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794 employees participated in Lundaloppet, see their results

Nicolas Fiessinger was the winner of the run.

On Saturday 6 May, Lund's inner city was filled with 6255 runners who ran (or walked) Lundaloppet. Many of the participants were employees from the university, almost 792 people were participating, which meant that we made up a large part of the race. See your colleagues' results and pictures from the day.

The winner of the entire Lundaloppet race was a LU's representative, Nicolas Fiessinger. He won the 10 km race with a time of 30:57. It is the fastest time since 2016 and the second fastest time ever on today's track. In fourth place among the ladies was another LU participant Tova Hermodsson (from immune technology at LTH). She ran 40:06 at the same distance.

In total, there were 794 registered participants from Lund University with the following distribution:

10 KM
Women: 198
Men: 305

5 KM
Women: 274
Men: 202

Women and Men: 103

In the half distance, 5 km, Mads Jeppesen (Biochemistry) was the fastest of all participants and he won that race with his 16:32 (best time since 2018). On the women's side, Ofelia Karlsson (EMV, Faculty of Medicine) ran fastest of the university's participants with a time of 21:58.

Of the 1082 entries, only 794 actually started the race, but 278 that registered did not participate in the run, a 26 % drop-out.