result

2017

 #

Name

From

Country

50 km

52,33 km

 1.

Mattias Frank Helsingborg Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Roger Löfström Södra Sandby Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Björn Svensson    Helsingborg Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Ross Nugent Tyringe U. K.  8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Jörgen Forsbacka     Perstorp Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Annika Rosell Helsingborg Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Mats Olson Lund Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Thom Leiding Vallåkra Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Fredrik Lähnn Fjelie Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Johnny Månsson Helsingborg Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Anders Ahlgren Helsingborg Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Mikael Engqvist Helsingborg Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Zingo Andersen     Lund Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Lars Christensson Helsingborg Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Catrine Barkentin Helsingborg Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48
 1. Åsa Broberg Helsingborg Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Agneta Roos Lund Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Hue Nguyen

Helsingborg Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Karin Ander

Helsingborg Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Ramesh Swain Helsingborg India 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Sushant Kumar Devata

Helsingborg India 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Jonas Dahlström

Hyllinge Sweden 8:03:58 8:25:48

 1.

Johanna Raning Helsingborg Sweden 5:44:56 39 km

 23.

Kristina Nihlgård Asmundstorp Sweden 4:57:55 32 km

 23.

Ulrika Segerlund

Helsingborg Sweden 4:57:55 32 km

 23.

Charlotte Kramer   Landskrona Sweden 4:57:55 32 km

 26.

Mikael Sjöholm

Helsingborg Sweden 2:33:41 19 km

 26.

Pernilla Engqvist

Helsingborg Sweden 2:33:41 19 km

 26.

Louise Drenth

Helsingborg Sweden 1:29:19 13 km

 26.

Spinghar Ptak

Hässlöv Sweden 1:29:19 13 km

 26.

Ikram Ullah

Helsingborg Sweden 1:29:19 13 km

 26.

Ajse Sandqvist

Helsingborg Sweden 1:29:19 13 km

 26.

Jörgen Forsberg

Ödåkra Sweden 1:29:19 13 km

 34.

Daniel Wester

Helsingborg Sweden 0:10:11 2 km

 

An all time record of 34 participants . Considering it still was mid winter - a little rain and pretty much no wind was very berable. Six participants transcended themselves by running longer than the standard marathon distance for the first time. The route started in Helsingborg and went both through fields and forests, paths and beside Oresund. The run finished before dark and all came to the Central Station together.Very. Nice.

 

2016

 #

Name

From

Country

50 km

51,2 km

 1.

Richard Andersson Lund Sweden 7:42:41 7:50:07

 1.

Zingo Andersson Lund Sweden 7:42:41 7:50:07

 1.

Mats Olson  Lund Sweden 7:42:41 7:50:07

 1.

Cecilia Olsson Hjärup Sweden 7:42:41 7:50:07

 1.

Henrik Kockum Lund Sweden 7:42:41 7:50:07

 1.

Lisa Flower T. Hällestad U. K.  7:42:41 7:50:07

 1.

Ross Nugent Tyringe U. K.  7:42:41 7:50:07

 1.

Roger Löfström Södra Sandby Sweden 7:42:41 7:50:07

 1.

Thom Leiding Vallåkra Sweden 7:42:41 7:50:07

 1.

Lotta Thörn Lomma Sweden 7:42:41 7:50:07

 1.

Dan Fredriksson Lund Sweden 7:42:41 7:50:07

 1.

Malin Olsson Malmö Sweden 7:42:41 7:50:07

 1.

Fredrik Lähnn Fjelia Sweden 7:42:41 7:50:07

 1.

Gustaf Mellerup Genarp Sweden 7:42:41 7:50:07

 1.

Uve Reichenauer Stensby Denmark 7:42:41 7:50:07
 16. Peter Bengtsson Lund Sweden 1:08:59 9 km

 16.

Robert Bellinger Linköping Sweden 1:08:59 9 km

 

A record 17 local participants. Despite it being winter it was such perfect running weather, a bit damp but quite warm. The breakfast buffet was perfect and the afternoon "fika" wac crowded. Quite awesome. Everybody ran the kilometers they had decided but 15 out of 17 opted for the full monty. The route this year was new - being a full circle rather than a out-and-back with a few loops around a race HQ/café. Most thought it was even better!

 

2015

 #

Name

From

Country

50 km

51,23 km

 1.

Cecilia Olsson Hjärup Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Zingo Andersson Lund Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Björn Svensson Helsingborg Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Mattias Grundelius Lund Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Charlotta Sjöberg Helsingborg Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Per Rudqvist Helsingborg Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Mikael Svensson Helsingborg Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Josefine Carlberg Helsingborg Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Lars Christensson Helsingborg Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Ajse Sandqvist Helsingborg Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Lotta Thörn Lomma Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Åsa Broberg Helsingborg Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Mikael Engqvist Helsingborg Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Mattias Frank Helsingborg Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Peter Wiklund Helsingborg Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53
  1. Per Olsson Helsingborg Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Ross Nugent Tyringe U.K. 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Catrine Barkentin

Helsingborg Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Ulrika Andersson

Helsingborg Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Björn Svensson

Bjuv Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 1.

Karolina Tjernberg

Höganäs Sweden 7:56:01 8:03:53

 22.

Lupita Svensson

Malmö Sweden 8:03:53 50 km

 23.

Jill Bengtsson

Helsingborg Sweden 8:03:53 41 km

 23.

Stefan Samuelsson

Lund Sweden 8:03:53 41 km

 25.

Thomas Nilsson

Billesholm Sweden 6:02:44 40 km

 26.

Ikram Ullah Helsingborg Sweden 4:22:18 30 km

 27.

Per Olsson 

Helsingborg Sweden 2:12:50 20 km

 27.

Erik Olsson

Helsingborg Sweden 2:12:50 20 km

 27.

Fredrik Engholm

Helsingborg Sweden 2:12:50 20 km

 30.

Jaana Nehez

Helsingborg Sweden 1:44:23 15 km

 

A record 30 participants - a 20 % increase - was more than imagined. Despite the weather showing strong winds the weather showed it's good side. The winds were quite weak and even the sun shone down on a few of us. The temperatures rarely went below zero. Everybody ran the kilometers they had decided but most opted for the full monty. The route started in Helsingborg and went north through the suburbs and forests to a café where we afterwards spent all our breaks - a breakfast buffé and a la carte dinner. We finished the run before dark and all came to the Central Station together.Very. Nice.

           

2014

 #

Name

From

Country

50 km

50+ km

 1.

Alexander Jamhour Kristianstad Sweden 8:38:55 -

 2.

Niels Holm Staffanstorp Sweden 8:40:49 55+ km

 2.

Peter Bengtsson Lund Sweden 8:40:49 55+ km

 2.

Per Rudqvist Helsingborg Sweden 8:40:49 55+ km

 2.

Uve Reichenauer Birkerød Denmark 8:40:49 55+ km

 2.

Fredrik Lähnn Ängelholm Sweden 8:40:49 55+ km

 2.

Charlotta Sjöberg Helsingborg Sweden 8:40:49 55+ km

 2.

Jimmy Larsson Vallåkra Sweden 8:40:49 -

 2.

Anton Jönsson Helsingborg Sweden 8:40:49 -
 2. Stefan Larsson Malmö Sweden 8:40:49 -

 2.

Zingo Andersson Lund Sweden 8:40:49 -

 2.

Anna-Sofia Sjölin

Helsingborg Sweden 8:40:49 -

 2.

Anders Ström

Malmö Sweden 8:40:49 -

 2.

Ross Nugent

Tyringe U.K. 8:40:49 -

 2.

Mats Olson

Lund Sweden 8:40:49 -

 2.

Erik Olsson

Helsingborg Sweden 8:40:49 -

 2.

Stefan Samuelsson

Lund Sweden 8:38:52 -

 2.

Dan Fredriksson

Lund Sweden 8:40:49 -

 2.

Josefine Carlberg

Helsingborg Sweden 8:40:49 -

 2.

Cecilia Olsson

Hjärup Sweden 8:40:49 -

 2.

Lars Christensson

Helsingborg Sweden 8:40:49 -

 2.

Åsa Broberg

Helsingborg Sweden 8:40:49 -

 2.

Mattias Grundelius

Lund Sweden 8:40:49 -

 2.

Magnus Bodin

Eslöv Sweden 8:40:49 -

 25.

Tommy Jensen

Klågerup Sweden 3:13:58 21 km

 

Starting traditionally at 08:00 in a warm waiting room it felt especially harsh to get out in minus ten degrees to run. But not nearly as hard as it felt to hit the whining winds on Hardebergaspåret. Time flew by really quickly and at exactly 10:00 we went in to the warmth and coffe of Skryllegården. Back again to hit the trails of woods all 25 of us - new participant record. Unfortunately the road stopped to early for one of us. Tommy Jensen slipped badly on a patch of ice and luckily a car just came right there and then in the woods and drove him straight to the emergency room in Lund! A crushed malleolus was diagnosed and a big red plaster was attached and he was sent home after five hours with crutches. The rest of the party struggled on and as the weather got warmer (-5 °C) time flew by faster. After a big hearty dinner and another coffee break we arrived in Lund just when it got dark. All but the one unlucky guy ran (at least) 50 km and had a hell of a great day.

           

 2013

 #

Name

From

Country

 50 km

 50+ km

 1.

Pär Sikö Lund Sweden 7:21:10 -

 2.

Peter Bengtsson Lund Sweden 7:23:00 -

 3.

Andreas Kerren Åkarp Sweden 8:20:30 56 km

 4.

Jaana Nehez Helsingborg Sweden 8:20:30 54 km

 4.

Lotta Sjöberg Helsingborg Sweden 8:20:30 54 km

 6.

Ross Nugent Tyringe U. K. 8:20:30 52 km

 6.

Johan Reberg Furulund Sweden 8:20:30 52 km

 6.

Uve Reichenauer Birkerød Sweden 8:20:30 52 km

 6.

Per Rudqvist Helsingborg Sweden 8:20:30 52 km

 10.

Zingo Andersson Lund Sweden 8:20:30 -

 10.

Anders Ström Malmö Sweden 8:20:30 -

 10.

Karl Walett Lund Sweden 8:20:30 -

 10.

Mattias Grundelius Lund Sweden 8:20:30 -

 10.

Josefine Carlberg Helsingborg Sweden 8:20:30 -

 10.

Åsa Broberg Malmö Sweden 8:20:30 -

 10.

Lars Christensson Helsingborg Sweden

8:20:30

-

 10.

Stefan Samuelsson Lund Sweden 8:20:30 -

 10.

Björn Svensson Helsingborg Sweden 8:20:30 -

 19.

Magnus Jägerrman Mölndal Sweden 40 km

 20.

Magnus Bodin Eslöv Sweden 26 km -

 20.

Markus Rytterkull

Flyinge Sweden 26 km -

 22.

Walter Dobric

Hallaröd Sweden 20 km -

 

Weather was sadly just very wintery and pretty, just below zero and beautiful snow without slush. No machismo needed at all. We exceeded previous record of 21 participants (last year) with one runner who joined us at Skrylle. Nine runners tried the format/event for the first time, most were repeat offenders. The run to the Nature Reserve went perfect and after a short run around the Elljusspår we came to the restaurant precisely at 10:00 when it opened. After coffee and another ten km we all got our own room for lunch and after another ten km and more coffee/dessert we were 16 runners who took the Hardebergaspår home. A lot of walking followed and the more avid runners ran in circles all or at least half the way. We all arrived to the Central Station together. For my part (Event Director) – this just keeps getting better and better. Two runners have run all four editions of the gax training pass and will for sure come back next year.


 2012

 #

Name

From

Country

 50 km

 50,572 km

 1.

Calle Robertsson Stenhall Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Karin Lundin Helsingborg Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Pär Sikö Lund Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Emelie Eklöf Staffanstorp Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Mattias Grundelius
Lund Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Franz Mateo Malmö Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Åsa Boberg Malmö Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Anders Ström Malmö

Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

André Sinclair Klippan

Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Charlotta Sjöberg Helsingborg Sweden  7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Niels Holm Staffanstorp

Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Erik Alnevik Helsingborg

Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Jim Degrenius Lund Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Zingo Andersson

Lund Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Magnus Bodin Eslöv

Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Leif Nilsson Helsingborg Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Daniel Tengberg Bjärred Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Per Rudqvist Helsingborg Sweden  7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Mikael Svensson

Helsingborg Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 1.

Anna Ivarsson

Helsingborg Sweden

 7:39:11

 7:46:29

 21.

Tobias Pettersson

Lund Sweden

 6 km

 -

 

The organizer could not be there due to the flu so two volunteers took care of the whole sweet ordeal! Jim Degrenius and Zingo Andersen ran with the lot the whole day and organized everything so that the gax training pass could be held for the third year in a row. And from what I have heard from the other participants - they did it perfectly. The weather was pretty great being a Swedish winter day and everything went smooth. A few runners ran a little distance further.



 2011

 #

 Name

 From

 Country

 50 km

 50,572 km

 1.

 Lotta Sjöberg

 Helsingborg  Sweden

 8:14:12

 53,568 km

 1.

 Niels Holm

 Staffanstorp  Sweden

 8:14:12

 53,568 km

 2.

 Franz Mateo

 Malmö

 Sweden

 8:14:12

 8:18:03

 2.

 Åsa Broberg  Malmö  Sweden

 8:14:12

 8:18:03

 2.

 Anders Ström

 Malmö

 Sweden

 8:14:12

 8:18:03

 2.

 Per Lilja

 Malmö

 Sweden

 8:14:12

 8:18:03

 2.

 Uve Reichenauer

 Birkerød

 Denmark

 8:14:12

 8:18:03

 2.

 Anders Löfgren  Malmö  Sweden  8:14:12

 8:18:03

 2.

 André Sinclair

 Klippan

 Sweden

 8:14:12

 8:18:03

 2.

 Björn Svensson

 Helsingborg

 Sweden

 8:14:12

 8:18:03

 2.

 Jim Degrenius

 Lund  Sweden

 8:14:12

 8:18:03

 2.

 Calle Robertsson

 Stenhall  Sweden

 8:14:12

 8:18:03

 2.

 Per Rudqvist

 Helsingborg  Sweden

 8:14:12

 8:18:03

 2.

 Stefan Samuelsson

 Lund

 Sweden

 8:14:12

 8:18:03

 2.

 Emelie Eklöf

 Staffanstorp  Sweden

 8:14:12

 8:18:03

 2.

 Annika Lundqvist

 Helsingborg  Sweden

 8:14:12

 8:18:03

 17.

 Bo Andersson

 Båstad  Sweden

 24 km

 -

 18.

 Anders Hedlund

 Båstad  Sweden  23 km

 -

 19.

 Fredrika Gullfot 

 Simrishamn  Sweden

 20 km

 -

 

Contrary to last year this day might have been the finest winter day this one around - crisp and clear, spring feeling and no wind. Very enjoyable and very smooth running (at least the first few hours before some fatigue set in). Everybody ran the kilometres they had chosen before the event and it seemed that everybody thoroughly enjoyed themselves. After a few k:s of city sightseeing we ran straight ahead for almost an hour through the plains of Scania before we came to the Nature Reserve. Three k:s on a marked trail followed before it was time for the first break, coffee and cakes, water and rest. After this we ran 10 k:s was before a real long lunch break which was followed by another 10 k:s which in turn (again - as planned, this was half of the idea) was followed by the long road home again. A rookie took "lines honour" just one k in front of another youth because she ran 31 k:s longer than her previous length record. Evidence can be seen on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnSsnnG7hIk.


 2010

 #

 Name

 From

 Country

 50 km

 52,047 km

 1.

 Ross Nugent 

 Tyringe

 U. K.

 8:27:07

 8:42:19

 1.

 Anders Ström

 Malmö

 Sweden

 8:27:07

 8:42:19

 1.

 Anders Löfgren

 Malmö

 Sweden

 8:27:07

 8:42:19

 1.

 Uve Reichenauer

 Birkerød

 Sweden

 8:27:07

 8:42:19

 1.

 Jim Degrenius

 Lund

 Sweden

 8:27:07

 8:42:19

 1.

 Björn Svensson

 Helsingborg

 Sweden

 8:27:07

 8:42:19

 1.

 Robert Brinck

 Västerås

 Sweden

 8:27:07

 8:42:19

 1.

 Tobias Backgård

 Malmö

 Sweden

 8:27:07

 8:42:19

 1.

 Per Rudqvist

 Helsingborg

 Sweden

 8:27:07

 8:42:19

 1.

 Stefan Samuelsson

 Malmö

 Sweden

 8:27:07

 8:42:19

 2.

 Zingo Andersson

 Lund

 Sweden

 8:27:07

 8:58:11

 12.

 Johan Liedberg

 Svedala

 Sweden

 36 km

 -

 13.

 Anders Fritz

 Saxtorp

 Sweden

 26 km

 -

 13.

 Thomas Johannesson

 Bara

 Sweden

 26 km

 -

 

The race organizer and another runner nervously waited at the appointed place from 7:45 runners as one by one the runners arrived just minutes before starting to defy the rarely seen real winter of Scania, very cold and temperature down to minus nine degrees. The start went smoothly and after just four minutes the (sole) audience cheered us on. The last runner joined the group in Rosengård and on the plains the wind came and almost swept us away. Through a bicycle path coverd in half a metre of snow we ran towards Torup Castle and Torups Friluftsgård where we had coffee and warmth. The first 10 km-loop went pretty slow in the deep snow aswell as the lunch afterwards. The next loop was followed by yet another coffee break. Everybody was pretty much soaked to the bone by the slush now  but on the way back everybody seemed even happier. All of a sudden we reached the finished and had even more coffee and potatochips, souvenirstickers and coca cola. Evidence can be seen on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sn84DiOlJ8o.