A Nordic Millers Run – King/Queen of the Fiord

This Saturday 11th or Sunday 12th (depending on weather) the Kungsbacka Fiord near Gothenburg is the scene of the second version of the surfski race King/Queen of the Fiord.

header Emma Levemyr on the Fiord

The hugely poluplar Strava feature KOM King/Queen of the Mountain doesn’t apply to on-the-water sessions Strava answered me lately – although you can actually easily create segments and compete with yourself.

But now you can compete for the title King/Queen of the Fiord in this magnificent race which is organised by surfski enthusiast Emma Levemyr. Check out Emma’s Swedish blog Surfskidagbogen “The Surfski Diaries” full of interesting posts about her training and racing.


The Kungsbacka Fiord

In the event of southerly winds the race will follow a notherly route though the fiord from “Draget” to “Daggudden” and according to Emma is a bit similar to a Millers Run with consistent stacked runs easy to catch.

The Kungsbacka Fiord is about equidistant to the capitals of all three Scandinavian countries.


Half a day’s drive from Oslo, Copenhagen and a bit more from Stockholm

Last year saw Emma as the winner of the title “Queen of the Fiord” and “King of the Fiord” was Norwegian Anders W. Andersen, Norwegian and Swedish Fenn dealer and not least ICF Master Class Marathon World Champion in K2 in 2013.


2013 winners

Race report from the 2013 “King/Queen of the Fiord” from Vimeo

Blogpost about the race (Swedish)

Final decision on race day and course TBA on Emma’s Blog.