COME ONBOARD WITH THOR HUSHOVD

Friday, June 23rd

Returning to the island of Andørja will take the Arctic Race of Norway back to its roots for its fifth edition. For the occasion, the course will once again feature splendid scenery but also a... Read more

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Monday, April 24th

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Back to the origins

Wednesday, January 4th

The route of the fifth edition of the Arctic Race of Norway, scheduled for 10-13 August, was unveiled this morning in Oslo in the presence of last year's champion, Italian prodigy Gianni Moscon,... Read more

Half a ton of Norwegian salmon to Team Sky

Thursday, December 15th

The winner of this year's Arctic Race of Norway, Gianni Moscon, received 500 kg of Norwegian salmon during his team's training camp in Mallorca this week. Read more

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Returning to the island of Andørja will take the Arctic Race of Norway back to its roots for its fifth edition. For the occasion, the course will once again feature splendid scenery but also a tougher race than in past years. The route that will lead the riders to Tromsø will not be easy and three stages should be best-suited for punchers who can thrive on short uphill finishes.

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Arctic Race of Norway 2016 – 13/08/2016 – Troisième étape : Nesna/Korgfjellet (160 km) – Norvège - Le peloton © ASO/R.Dahl

Share your best photo from the past four years of Arctic Race and join the contest where you can win 5 kg Norwegian smoked salmon.

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Back to the origins

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The route of the fifth edition of the Arctic Race of Norway, scheduled for 10-13 August, was unveiled this morning in Oslo in the presence of last year's champion, Italian prodigy Gianni Moscon, and race ambassador, Thor Hushovd. After riding around the Arctic Circle for the 2016 edition, the northernmost cycling race in the world will once again explore the undiscovered wonders of northern Norway. The four-stage route should give rise to different scenarios in which sprinters, punchers and...

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The winner of this year's Arctic Race of Norway, Gianni Moscon, received 500 kg of Norwegian salmon during his team's training camp in Mallorca this week.

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A royal sprint concluded the fourth Arctic Race of Norway with John Degenkolb beating Alexander Kristoff and Arnaud Démare on the finishing line in Bodø while Team Sky's Gianni Moscon defended his blue and orange jersey with the serenity of an accomplished champion although he claimed his first two pro victories in Northern Norway: the queen stage and the overall classification. The Italian rejoined Thor Hushovd, Steven Kruijswijk and Rein Taaramäe on the record book of the recently...

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Jersey wearers after the stage 4

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