Mizuno KRSUltra 60 is a 60 kilometer/ 37 miles long trail race with a total climb of 2000 meters. The start and finish of the race is at Aquarama in the center of Kristiansand. The course consists of 7 km asphalt, 15 km gravel/dirt road and 38 km technical trail. The course is technically demanding and takes you on a tour of Bymarka and Skråstadheia.
KRSUltra 60 will start at 08:00* but this might change due to restrictions that are in effect on race day.
*Participants who think they may have problems making the cutoff may by request start at 07:00.
|January 1th 2021 – March 31th 2021||NOK 800,-|
|Aptil 1st 2021 – April 11th 2021||NOK 1.000,-|
|April 12th 2021 – April 17th 2021||NOK 1.200,-|
The following is included in the registration fee: Live tracking, drink/food stations along the way, transportation of dropbag, a hot meal after finish and participant prize. Be aware that the services provided on raceday can be altered due to restrictions by local authorities.
Event shirt can be ordered when entering for NOK 300.
The registration can be transferred to others free of charge before April 1st and after by paying a NOK 100 transfer fee. No refunds.
All participants in Norwegian races need to have a valid license. For more information about licensing, see NIF’s website.
You will find the following servicestations along the course.
|Fluids (Water, Squeezy sportsnutrition og lemonade)|
|Food (Coke, bread, salty sausage, chips, fruit og buns)|
After finishing, you will be served a hot meal (gluten free and vegetarian options available).
You will receive a drop-bag with a corresponding label which can be used to store any equipment you wish to have available at checkpoint Hommeren. Private bags or backpacks are not accepted.
Your bib must be fastened on your front side without being folded. All of the bib must be visible during the entire race. During registration you will receive a tracking unit that you fasten around your ankle. There will be a fee of NOK 300,- if you lose your tracking chip.
Your bib and tracking chip is used to help us keep track of your time during the race. At some checkpoints we will do manual registrations. We appreciate your co-operation with our volunteers if they request to check your bib or tracking chip.
The course will be marked with signs, marking bands and posters. There is no need for map, compass or prior knowledge of the courses. If you run more than 200 meters without seeing a marking band, turn around and return to the last marking band. The participants are required to keep to the marked track at all time and running outside of the marked course may lead to disqualification.
The only required equipment is a mobile phone which should be on during the entire race, but it is also recommended to dress according to the weather conditions and bring some food and drink for the distances between the food and drink stations.
The maximum allowed time for the race is set to 12 hours. This is to make sure that all participants have finished before darkness. Participants will be stopped at checkpoint Hommeren at 18:00. The last runner leaving the checkpoint will be followed by a runner from the race organizer to make sure all runners get to the finish line safely. Participants who think they may have problems making the cut-off may request to start early at 7:00. NB! Participants who start early will not be able to fight for the spots on the podium. Participants who have to retire from the race must inform the race director at once on phone number 958 36 581. We will try to assist with transportation if possible.