The midnight sun run has taken place in Laugardalur valley in Reykjavik close to Midsummer or summer solstice since 1993.
Upcoming races are:
2019 Suzuki Midnight Sun Run - Thursday evening June 20th
2020 Suzuki Midnight Sun Run - Thursday evening June 25th
Registration for the 2019 race will start in January 2019. Information about entry fee, program, etc. will be available here at midnightrun.is at the beginning of January 2019.
The 2018 Suzuki Midnight Sun Run took place tonight and this was the 26th race. Elín Edda Sigurðardóttir from Iceland broke the course record in the female 10 km race and a new participation record was also set, 2.857 registrations. Around 1200 international runners from 46 countries took part this year.
Half marathon men
1. Arnar Pétursson, ISL, 01:09:59
2. Marius Skeide Ruth, NOR, 01:10:07
3. Matthew Thomas Wilber, USA, 01:13:42
Half marathon women
1. Andrea Kolbeinsdóttir, ISL, 01:23:51
2. Sigrún Sigurðardóttir, ISL, 01:31:31
3. Anna Karen Jónsdóttir, ISL, 01:33:35
10 km men
1. Rimvydas Alminas, LTU, 33:07
2. Jacob Halloran, CAN, 35:56
3. Alan Hume, GBR, 37:22
10 km women
1. Elín Edda Sigurðardóttir, ISL, 36:19
2. Fionna Fallon, USA, 38:28
3. Agnes Kristjánsdóttir, ISL 40:13
5 km men
1. Þórólfur Ingi Þórsson, ISL, 16:20
2. Vilhjálmur Þór Svansson, ISL, 16:28
3. Vignir Már Lýðsson, ISL, 16:47
5 km women
1. Íris Anna Skúladóttir, ISL, 19:25
2. Vaka Njálsdóttir, ISL, 20:04
3. Hrönn Guðmundsdóttir, ISL, 20:27
Click here to find the results from the 2018 Suzuki Midnight Sun Run.
Photos from the prize ceremony can be found on Facebook. More photos will be added within few days.