The Ski Classics Challengers event Alliansloppet is a 48km long-distance roller ski race in classic technique taking place this Saturday, August 26, in Trollhättan, Sweden.
Alliansloppet is the world’s biggest roller ski event, gathering around 1300 participants yearly. The race is taking place in Trollhättan, Sweden, a well-known city for its impressive waterfalls. The mythic 16km loop, to be roller skied three times, leads the skiers across appealing landscapes.
Alliansloppet gathers the world’s best Pro Tour athletes and several World Cup athletes eager to measure their strengths during their summer training season. The relatively easy course regarding downhills will also fit perfectly for beginners and recreational skiers participating in their first roller ski event. The event was also the very first official seeding roller ski race for Vasaloppet.
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Alliansloppet has three distances to choose from, 16, 32, and 48km, with the longest event being part of the Ski Classics Challengers circuit.
Come along on Alliansloppet to discover the Scandinavian summer and visit the beautiful Swedish West Coast! Alliansloppet is also part of a multi-day event of intense competitions, the Trollhättan Action Week, in many different sports.
Alliansloppet – Facts
- Date: Saturday, August 26
- Location: Trollhättan, Sweden
- Start Time: Elite Women 14:30 CET & Elite Men 15:03 CET
- Distance: 48km Roller ski Classic Technique
- Website: Alliansloppet
- Registration: Alliansloppet
Alliansloppet – Course Map
Alliansloppet – Course Profile
As Alliansloppet is a Ski Classics Challengers event, Pro Team registered athletes could collect points for the Ski Classics Champion and Youth competitions in their respective genders.
A list of Ski Classics Challengers events with confirmed dates for season 2023/2024 can be found at Ski Classics. The list is updated continuously with new events.
Everyone participating in Ski Classics, Pro Tour, or Challengers events, professional and recreational skiers, can connect their profile to the results database of Ski Classics, called MyPages.
MyPages can be connected when subscribing to Ski Classics online community proxcskiing.com. In the profile, you can view your Ski Classics event results, collect pins, print diplomas, and analyze your results with friends in the SC ranking system. In your profile, you collect points according to your performance and are rewarded with pins and diplomas.
One of the central features of MyPages is that you get your global SC ranking. The SC Ranking is a live updated international ranking, unique in combining women and men, professional and recreational skiers in one single list.
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Top Photo: Alliansloppet/Trollhättan Action Week