Saturday, February 22, 2020, ski stadium Kniebis
|4:00 – 5:00 pm||Bib number pick up and late entries|
Sunday, February 23, (new date), start and finish line: ski stadium Kniebis
|from 8:00 am||Bib number pick up and late entries|
|9:30 am||Start 42 km free technique
with «Duravit» sprint classification at 2 km
track: 2 short loops and 2 big loops
|9:35 am||«Duravit» sprint classification of 42 km competition|
|9:45 am||Start 21 km free technique
with «Anger Gartenanlagen» sprint classification at 2 km
track: 1 short loop and 1 big loop
|9:50 am||«Anger Gartenanlagen» sprint classification of 21 km competition|
|9:55 am||5 km Pupils race with school classification, free technique|
|from 10:25 am||Pass 42 km|
|from 10:35 am||Finish 21 km race|
|from 11:00 am||Technique parcours at ski stadium|
|from 11:15 am||Finish 42 km race|
|12:30 am||1 km «Bunter Hund» children’s race at ski stadium, free technique|
|13:00 am||Award ceremony with tombola, Kniebis Skistadion|
Online registry open from October 1, 2019 until February 20, 2020, 2 pm.
|Date||42 and 21 km||pupils race||kids race||technique parcours|
|10/1 – 12/15 including||20 Euros||10 Euros||3 Euros||free|
|12/15 – 02/20 2 pm including||25 Euros||12 Euros||5 Euros||free|
|02/20 – race day (02/23)||30 Euros||15 Euros||5 Euros||free|
Late entries: Saturday before the race day from 4:00 to 5:00 pm and on the race day from 8:00 am at the bib number pickup in the ski stadium.
Max. number of participants: 42 km and 21 km: 350 participants overall
There are two starting blocks each with the 21 km race and 42 km race: In the first starting block a maximum of 25 participants start and in the second start block all other participants. A participant is automatically assigned to the first starting block if he has achieved one of the following results with the Lemming Loppet 2019 on the short or long distance:
- Place 1-10 men’s overall rating
- Place 1-5 Men’s Sprint
- Place 1-5 women overall rating
- Place 1-3 women sprint
In addition, participants can apply for one of the remaining free places in the first starting block. Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the name according to current results.
Important: Only pre-registered participants are considered for the allocation of the starting points in the first starting block! This means that follow-up registrations can only be started in the second start block.
Award ceremony and classifications
Award ceremony takes place at 1:00 pm in the ski stadium Kniebis
|42 km and 21 km||Prizes for the 6 fastest men and women|
|Sprint Classifications||Prizes for the 3 fastest men and women|
Pupil group 1 (up to 14 years): Prizes for 3 fastest schoolboys and schoolgirls
Pupil group 2 (15 to 19 years): Prizes for 3 fastest schoolboys and schoolgirls
Main age group (as of 20 years): No awards
School classification: Prizes for the 3 best schools with the most participants (pupils or teachers)
|“Bunter Hund” Children’s Race||Every child receives a present at the finish line (children participate with a bib number, but there is neither timekeeping nor classifaction)|
|Result Lists||With age group classifcation|
|Records||Available online after the event|
For the participants of the children’s race: before the award ceremony.
For the participants of the two main races (21 km / 42 km) and the 5 km pupils race after the award ceremony.
In each round and at the finish line.
Should the Lemming Loppet cannot take place at all because weather conditions do not allow any cross-country skiing, the entry fee cannot be refunded due to organizational reasons.
Awards and tombola prizes will only be issued to those who are present.
The race track is not closed for other cross country skiers. Participants of the Lemming Loppet have to respect those peoples.
The location does neither offer showers nor changing rooms. Toilets are available.
Snow situation / Technical snow
Within the recent years, at the end of January we have typically experienced best cross-country skiing conditions at the venue Kniebis.
Additional snow security is provided by the artificial snow generation at Kniebis.