On the fifth day of the Christmas race, we have had several good times in the different distances. Thousands of runners will be in the period 25-31. December embark on a run.
The first results update shows that many have run well. The list will change along the way, and you can run as many times as you want and replace your existing time.
We just as easily start chronologically from the shortest to the longest distance.
THE CHRISTMAS TREE 3K
On the men's side, Mathias Køhn currently leads at 10:14. This is 32 seconds faster than Jens Andreas Melheim. Just behind is Tom Tuhus. It will be exciting to see if these times hold, or if there will be challengers.
On the women's side, Jane Peeterso from Estonia is currently leading at 12:18. Peeterso ran in Cork, Ireland. Just behind, Kjersti Pleym is wondering. Simone Ingeberg holds third place. But a lot can happen, more results will tick in the next few days, and everyone can try to improve their own time as many times as they want.
One of the world's best veteran runners on the women's side, Inger Dagny Saanum leads with 40:13, closely followed by Mari Brox. By the way, Brox's husband leads the men's class, so here we have a proper running family. Her mother, Synnøve is also a very good veteran runner.
Lasse Blom thus leads the men's class ahead of Ole Kristian Sørland. Blom clocked in at 35:26 on his 10 kilometers. It is rumored about 10 seconds of wind and slightly windy conditions!
One of the most popular distances during the Oslo Marathon's races is the half marathon, and currently the distance is led by Inga Mageli at 1:33:02. She has acquired a hatch for the next places, so the question is whether anyone can challenge Mageli's time?
On the men's side, the Oslo Marathon has its own ambassador also called the Triple King, Sebastian Conrad Håkansson the lead time with the incredible time of 1:09:41. A full 13 minutes down to Andreas Ulvær's second place so far.
Oslo Marathon's Jack Waitz is full of admiration for Sebastian. What he is doing is absolutely enormous! What he is doing is incredibly impressive. Where does he get the willpower from? Waitz wonders
To this Sebastian replies;
If you have signed up, you must do it properly. I have a very good form during the day, so it actually cost surprisingly little the two races. But it's easier with virtual races this year when everything else is canceled. And if you have signed up, you have to implement it, says Sebastian
In the marathon distance "Snowman", triple king Sebastian Conrad Håkansson leads in the time 2: 3: 14. In tough conditions, he shows enormous strength and will. Kjetil Engen-Fadnes is in second place. Many updates are expected here along the way, and we can see more strong times. It will probably take something to tip Sebastian down from the top, but nothing is impossible!
In the time 3:41:27 Eleni Xiros leads in the women's class, over half an hour faster than Hilde Johansen in second place. Anything can happen here, the next few days will show if Xiros' time will hold all the way in.
The times will probably change in the next few days. There are very many runners who have not yet registered their time, and it can be expected that things will be turned upside down. We are following with excitement, and will come with a new update. See who is leading your distance, or see if the neighbor has been out running. Follow the results list live here!
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