REGULATION SKYRUNNER NATIONAL CALENDAR 2023 NORWAY
The Skyrunner National Calendar® is an international circuit with a score that adds to the world ranking.
In Norway, the calendar consists of 7 races, all in the sky mode, selected by Nordic Skyrunning Federation.
The objective of the Skyrunner National Calendar is to promote the Skyrunning mountain racing modality to determine who the top runners in the league are.
The Skyrunner Calendar Norway® is composed of 2 categories:
Races under 50 km with an estimated finishing time of under five hours for the winner.
For athletes under the age of 20.
The races distance is approximately 15 km, inclusive summit, with an estimated finishing time of a maximum of two hours for the winner.
*U20 category open for athletes age born from January 1, 2003, to December 31, 2008
The Skyrunner Calendar Norway competitions are open to runners of at least 18 years of age* in possession of a medical certificate valid for the law of the country where the race is held. Competitors declare they have read and accepted these rules and the general ISF rules. *(The age limit in Sky races below 3,000m may be lowered).
*U20 category is open for athletes age 15.
Titles & prizes
Titles and prizes are awarded to individual skyrunners based on the sum of the best results.
1st price in the calendar is awarded after Torvikbukt 6 topper. The race is mandatory to win 1st prize.
The final prize purse is decided year by year.
Ranking points breakdown:
Men (down to the 10th position)
Women (down to the 10th position)
It is compulsory for all competitors to adhere to the rules and the local race rules and to observe good sportsmanship towards the other competitors, organisers, public and representatives.
Clothing & equipment
Competitors must wear and/or carry the clothing or equipment required by the race organisers’ rules.
In addition to individual race rules, it may be necessary to include tights, gloves, windproof jackets, hydration packs, helmets, sunglasses, etc, depending on the course and/or weather conditions. The compulsory or recommended need for these materials must be displayed before each race and explained in the pre-race briefing. The use of ski poles is regulated by each race organiser by allowing their use for the entire race, in a specific section, or even prohibiting their use. The points must be protected.
The Norwegian Skyrunning Champions must wear the Champions Jersey on the podium.
Winners of Champions must remain on the podium/stage to receive any other awards assigned to them.
In case of dispute, ISF rules will prevail.