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Arctic Race of Norway generating values in the millions
A spectator survey and analysis by Sponsor Insight shows that Arctic Race of Norway generated economic ripple effects totaling over NOK 50 million in Northern Norway in 2021. Out of these, the organiser accounted for NOK 17 million, whilst spectators contributed the most with its NOK 34 million in direct economic impact.
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Arctic Race of Norway continues the collaboration with Idretten Skaper Sjanser
When Arctic Race of Norway kicked off in august, Idretten Skaper Sjanser took part with a very special cycling team.
Through a collaboration between the cycling race and the Idretten Skaper Sjanser, 22 athletes cycled all four stages ahead of the race. With support staff and coaches the group counted 35 people in total. In the group there were people with challenges...
Arctic Race of Norway to Nordland and Trøndelag in 2022
Trøndelag County Council wants to take part in the Arctic Race of Norway in 2022, and has decided to facilitate for parts of next year's race to pass through the county. This means that Arctic Race of Norway in 2022 will run through Trøndelag and Nordland counties.
- A fantastic opportunity
Director Knut Eirik Dybdal in Arctic Race of Norway is pleased...
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