NUMBER BIBS AND TIME CHIPS?
Be at the venue in time and claim your number bib and time chip. There may be some waiting time as we often have around 5.000 athletes in our races. Bring your valid ID. Each person must get his or her own starting kit personally. The time chip (that is in the kit) should be attached to your right foot ankle. If you are not sure how to, ask us and we will show you how.
HOW TO MAKE CHANGES – RACE FORM, NAME OF TEAM, PARTICIPANT ETC?
If you want to make changes of race form (team or individually) as well as change or add team name, please email [email protected].
To transfer a starting right to someone else, click here.
The transfer fee 195 SEK shall be paid by the receiver of the starting right.
Changes must be done no later than Wednesday before start.
HOW TO ADD NEW MEMBERS TO A TEAM?
Find the team in the team list by scrolling and add yourself as you sign up for the race. You chose how you want to compete – individually or as a team – in the sign up system.
Please note that it is not possible to add more team members to your team if that starting group is full. In this case if you wish to add more team members, the members of the team have to change starting group to a group that has open spots and then the new member can sign up for the team. We will not over fill starting groups as this does not benefit anyone.
TOUGH VIKING – LENGTH AND HOW HARD IS A RACE?
The length of the courses varies from venue to venue and each course is unique. The race at the Royal Djurgården is 15 km and the races in Gothenburg as well as Stockholm Stadium are around 8 km.
The courses are set in detail a few months prior to start and are publicized here and at our Facebook page.
Remember that a Tough Viking race is anything but a flat walk in the park. Be prepared. Train. Hard.