Worldloppet races

Ski-24 | 2021

SKI-24 on 27st and 28nd March 2021

The ski-24 is a cross-country relay race by teams, which takes place every year towards the end of March at the Espace Nordic in Col des Mosses. The origin of the ski-24 adventure dates from 2011, when in Scandinavia eight friends challenge each other to ski non-stop for 24 hours, taking it in turns. Once back to Switzerland, an organization committee was founded and the first edition of the ski-24 was born in 2013.

After 7 editions, ski-24 is proud of being part of the Nordic calendar, with an increasing number of participants (more than 5000 since 2013) and a festive end-of-the-season atmosphere, perfect for skiers and everyone else. Indeed, this race gathers elites and amateurs skiers on two 4 km loops. Teams of 1 to 10-people will relay as they wish in order to make as many km as possible from Saturday noon, till Sunday noon. The present record is held by the Team Gel Interim-Rossignol: 572 km. A record prize has been created, and if the winning team cannot beat the record, its km total is added in Swiss Francs (CHF) to the prize of the following year. For this 7th edition, the prize money amounts to CHF 1968.-

A kids race is organized as well on Saturday morning, a 1km loop for teams of 3 to 5 participants.

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