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Join the Stockholm Tunnel Race on October 17, 2004
and skate, walk, or run your way through a unique underground
experience. This is turning out to be a very
popular event. More than 1500 tickets were sold in the first hour
and 7000 tickets were sold after only 4 days!
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About the Tunnel
The South Link is Sweden’s largest road tunnel project and
connects two of Sweden’s most heavily trafficked routes;
Essingeleden to the west and Värmdöleden to the east. Around
60 000 vehicles will be able to pass through the tunnels every
24 hours, reducing the impact on the surrounding environment
and Stockholm at large.
Grand Opening Race
The South Link will be opened for traffic on Sunday 24 October 2004,
but you can experience the tunnels first-hand before we let the
vehicles take over!
As part of the inauguration programme, Hammarby IF Athletics will
be organising the Tunnel Race on 17 October 2004. The race takes
you through all of the South Link tunnels, and those of you who
imagine them to be dark and inhospitable are in for a surprise!
INLINE SKATING - 42 KM and 12 KM
RUNNING - 12 KM
The start and finish lines will be at the Stockholm Globe Arenas
and the participants will be treated to a unique underground
experience. About 90 percent of the race course will run through
the South Link tunnels. And although the finishing line at the
Globe promises to be a magnificent experience, a number of other
exciting events are being planned along the route.
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Who Can Participate?
The Tunnel Race is open to everyone, whether you can manage 10
km in 40 minutes, would like to speed through the tunnels on
inlines or stroll along the route.
How to Register
Register on the Web:
and choose language. IMPORTANT: If you pay by credit card,
remember to bring the same card with you
when retrieving your tickets. If you do not live in Sweden,
the organizers recommend that you pay by credit card and pick
up your your event ticket when you arrive in
Sweden for the race (note that you cannot have the tickets
mailed to you if you enter this way).
Register by Telephone:
Call +46 (0)77 131 00 00 and be sure to have the details of
the participants you are planning to register close at hand.
See below for the details we will be asking for. If you
register by phone, Ticnet can send the ticket to your home
address for an extra fee.
For a group of 20 participants or more
it’s best to make a group reservation via telephone
by calling +46 (0)8 725 12 30.
You will need to provide the name of the primary contact,
but the names and details of the
other participants will be requested at a later time. Tickets
will be invoiced for payment within 7 days.
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Things to Keep in Mind:
All entries are managed via the Stockholm Globe Arenas and
Ticnet ticket systems.
You can book/buy tickets via telephone and the Internet as well
as at the ticket booth by the Stockholm Globe Arenas.
Booked tickets should be picked up and paid for within three
(3) days via your chosen ATG/Ticnet agency.
The ticket is you starting certificate. It states your
start-time and start-group, but not your starting number.
The ticket is a document of value. Purchased tickets will
not be refunded.
A name, address and day-time telephone number shall be
submitted for each purchased ticket. We also welcome email details.
Seeding is not applied. The first applicant will be the first to start.
Bring your ticket with you to the handing out of number
labels on Saturday 16 or Sunday 17 October 2004. The ticket
is valid for both a number label and entry to the roped-off
starting area at the Stockholm Globe Arenas.
Official Web Site:
Email Event Organizers:
Detailed Entry Terms:
Stockholm Globe Arenas
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