Event info

Vansbrosimningen

Useful information for participants

Entry

Use our online entry to register to our races in open water, swimrun and cycling. Registration for Vansbro Triathlon is made via the Swedish Triatlhon Federation website. Learn more how to to register ”step-by step” below.

How to enter


Entry fees

We apply a price model for most of our races. That means that the participation fee is more affordable for those who register early, with an ”early bird offer” until to October 31. Regular price is until April 30, 2017, and late entry applies from May 1st, 2017, with a increased fee.

Entry fees


FAQ

Common questions and answers are gathered here. Whether you have participated several times before or if it’s your first time, we want you to have a pleasant experience of our event. Please read our advice for your participation and some of the most common questions below.

Questions & answers


Event map

Map


Start Waves

Start waves are divided in non-elite competition and elite competition. No previous results or qualifications are required for other start waves than the early start waves (seeding apply) and you may choose a starting time that suits you. Vacant start waves are shown in the entry. Please note that no changes of start waves are made once the start numbers are set – this is for security reasons!

Start Waves


Seeding

Seeding is done to Vansbrosimningen start wave 1-6, Vansbro Halvsim start wave 1-2 and Vansbro Tjejsim start wave 1-2. This means that the entry system automatically places you in a start wave if you have previous results that correspond to the seeding times. If you do not have a result (three years back in time), you may enter other qualifications to be seeded. Please enter what race you have participated in and the results.

Seeding limits


Race Walkthrough

Read about necessary information about the race before, during and after.

Walkthrough


Rules of Competition

The open water events is divided into non-elite (recreational) and elite competition. All participants are asked to approve the competition rules while entering an event.

Rules


A Swedish Classic

Ever since the start in 1971, has a Swedish Classic (En Svensk Klassiker) been a prestigious award for recreational and elite athletes alike. To earn it, you must carry out a classic within a 12-month period:

One of the ski competitions: Engelbrektsloppet, 60 km, or Vasaloppet, 90 km

The bicycle race Vätternrundan, 300 km

The swimming competition Vansbrosimningen or Vansbro Öppen Älv, 3 km

Running, Lidingöloppet, 30 km

A Swedish Classic


Transfer of Start Certificate

Transfer of the start certificate can be done from May 1st. If you can not attend, there is a possibility to make a transfer of start certificate via My Pages. Transfers can also be made at the Race Office at the arena (at the finish area). The cost of the transfer via My Pages is 100 SEK and 200 SEK on site in Vansbro. Please note, that a signed start certificate must be shown.

Transfer