Ski depository and shower

Once you’ve crossed the finish line, leave your skis at the ski depository in the finish area. Afterwards, you will be offered drink and snack in the finish area.

Showers are available at Prästholmens IP and Mora Gymnasium. Free buses run regularly between the finish area and the shower facilities. Follow the directions from functionaries and you won’t go wrong.

At the showers, you’ll find your packing sorted by start number. When you’ve showered and changed, the bus will take you back to the finish area and the ski depository.

Site map – Finish area Mora – Vasaloppet (pdf – 1 MB)

Your results

Your results are presented live at vasaloppet.se during the race, giving everyone the chance to follow your progress. You will be able to see your complete results after the race, including intermediate times.

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Medal

Placement medals – gold, silver and bronze – will be awarded to the first, second and third placed participant in men’s respectively women’s class.

If you complete the race at the winning time plus 50 percent (in ladies’ or men’s class) you will be awarded Vasaloppet’s achievement medal directly after the finish.

Participation medals are awarded to all who complete their races and who do not get placement or achievement medals. Medals are awarded directly after the finish.

Medal year

If you’ve completed Vasaloppet, Öppet Spår or Nattvasan 90 10 or 20 times you are eligible for a special medal which you will receive after submitting a filled out medal card at ”Diplomas and frames”. Only one race per year counts, and the result must be registered in your name.

Those who have completed Vasaloppet, Öppet Spår or Nattvasan 90 30 times are awarded a Veteran medal. Those who have completed 40 or 50 races are awarded a special plaque. These are bestowed at the annual meeting of Vasaloppet’s Veteran Club in September.

Nattvasan 90 is counted as medal year from 2020.

On the page Vasaloppet Veterans you can read more about our most loyal skiers.

Vasaloppet Veterans >

Engraving

You can have your medal engraved with the year, your name and finishing time.

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Awards ceremony

The awards ceremony takes place at Mora-Nisse’s Square in the finish area in Mora at 15.00.

Training grants

Training grants are awarded to the 15 first men and the 15 first ladies. Training grants for Swedish participants are paid to the participant’s club. When it comes to foreign participants the prize money is awarded to the participant but with a 15 percent tax deduction.

Placement Women Men
1 100,000 SEK 100,000 SEK
2 50,000 SEK 50,000 SEK
3 30,000 SEK 30,000 SEK
4 20,000 SEK 20,000 SEK
5 15,000 SEK 15,000 SEK
6 10,000 SEK 10,000 SEK
7 9,000 SEK 9,000 SEK
8 8,000 SEK 8,000 SEK
9 7,000 SEK 7,000 SEK
10 6,000 SEK 6,000 SEK
11 5,000 SEK 5,000 SEK
12 4,000 SEK 4,000 SEK
13 3,000 SEK 3,000 SEK
14 2,000 SEK 2,000 SEK
15 1,000 SEK 1,000 SEK
Spurt prize

Sprint prizes are awarded to the first to pass checkpoints in Smågan, Mångsbodarna, Risberg, Evertsberg, Oxberg, Hökberg and Eldris. The Evertsberg sprint prize is called the Hill Prize. To receive spurt prizes, participants must have completed the race.

Checkpoint Women Men
Smågan 5,000 SEK 5,000 SEK
Mångsbodarna 5,000 SEK 5,000 SEK
Risberg 5,000 SEK 5,000 SEK
Evertsberg 10,000 SEK 10,000 SEK
Oxberg 5,000 SEK 5,000 SEK
Hökberg 5,000 SEK 5,000 SEK
Eldris 5,000 SEK 5,000 SEK
Record bonus

If a participant sets a new record time in the men’s or women’s class in Vasaloppet they get a 50,000 SEK record bonus.

Current course record >

Diploma and race profile

As evidence of your achievement, you will receive a free diploma that can be collected in the finish area in Mora. Here you can also purchase a personal race profile and fine frames. Diploma and race profile can also be ordered later (with a fee) through My pages.

My pages >

Lost and found

Did you lose something during the race, or did you borrow backup materials when something broke? On the page Lost and found you can read how to find out if an item has been found, or how to return borrowed materials.

Lost and found >