TWO NEW COUNTRIES AT ARCTIC CIRCLE RACE

Two new countries at the Arctic Circle Race (ACR) 

By greenland today

Participants from 14 countries have signed up for the ACR race in Sisimiut, where both the volunteers and race-management are as exited as if it was the first time, says Peter Evaldsen from ACR’s race office.

Starts March 23

 

– By now ACR has 55 participants from abroad, including two new countries, Poland and Brazil. It’s nice as ACR are constantly working on getting the race known worldwide, continues Peter Evaldsen.
  The other participants are – so far – from the following countries: New Zealand, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Russia, UK, USA, Norway, Greenland, Sweden and Austria.

The world’s toughest skirace
ACR is 160 km of cross-country skiing over three days. There are still space available, but the sooner runners register, the better chance they have to get  here, Peter Evaldsen says.