The Transjurassienne Race
Those who organize the Transjurassienne require—no exceptions—that every participant in the race, no matter what distance you are doing, must present a medical certificate that indicates that you are fit to undertake a Nordic ski race. On this form, it must be duly noted that you are fit to both train and race, the latter being of utmost importance. On this form, which is standard in France, your family name, first name, and birth date must be clearly specified.
This medical certificate cannot be more than one year old at the date of the race February 10 or 11, 2018. Don’t ruin your race by forgetting this, for the French will not accept any excuse whatsoever.
The Transjurassienne is part of the Worldloppet tour and you have two choice:
- On Saturday, the 10th, you can ski classic style, it is 25 km or 56 km long.
- Skating style is for Sunday, the 11th, and the race course is 48 km or 68 km.
Cost to sign up for the races:
- Long races classic and skating: From Euro 80,-
- Shorter races classic and skating: From Euro 50,-
These courses can be added to your Worldloppet passport:
Gold Master: Each long distance
Silver Master: Each short distance
You will be guaranteed a place at the departure line.
Course profile for the 56 km and 25 km classic races
Course profile for the 68 km and 48 km skating races