Trondheim > Trondheim
08/14/2022 - Stage 4 - 159,1 km - Hilly
|Road||Kilometers||Schedules Local Time|
|From the finish||From the start||Caravan||41km/h||43km/h||45km/h|
|TRONDHEIM Ficitive Start||159.1||0||12:35||14:05||14:05||14:05|
|FV715 TRONDHEIM RACE START RITTSTART||159.1||0||12:35||14:20||14:20||14:20|
|FV831 SPONGDAL (FV831-FV707)||133.1||26||12:35||14:58||14:56||14:55|
|E39 Crossing E39-FV||118||41.1||12:35||15:20||15:17||15:15|
|FV Crossing FV-FV800||117.9||41.2||12:35||15:20||15:17||15:15|
|FV800 WASTE ZONE||117.8||41.3||12:35||15:20||15:15|
|FV710 Løvset summit||80.4||78.7||14:46||16:15||16:10||16:05|
|FV737 FEED ZONE||75.9||83.2||12:35||16:22||16:16||16:11|
|FV704 Tanem (KLÆBU)||72.1||87||12:35||16:27||16:21||16:16|
|Brøttemsmoen (KLÆBU) (FV704-FV926)||61.1||98||12:35||16:43||16:37||16:31|
|FV926 Crossing FV926-FV||59.2||99.9||12:35||16:46||16:39||16:33|
|FV Ståggån summit||57.2||101.9||12:35||16:49||16:42||16:36|
|FV885 Klæbu (KLÆBU)||54.7||104.4||15:27||16:53||16:46||16:39|
|TRONDHEIM (1st crossing of the finish line)||32.5||126.6||12:35||17:25||17:17||17:09|
|Tyholt Tower summit||30.2||128.9||16:10||17:29||17:20||17:12|
|TRONDHEIM (2nd crossing of the finish line)||24.4||134.7||16:19||17:37||17:28||17:20|
|Tyholt Tower summit||22.1||137||12:35||17:40||17:31||17:23|
|TRONDHEIM (3rd crossing of the finish line)||16.3||142.8||12:35||17:49||17:39||17:30|
|Tyholt Tower summit||13.9||145.2||12:35||17:52||17:42||17:33|
|TRONDHEIM (4th crossing of the finish line)||8.1||151||12:35||18:01||17:51||17:41|
|Tyholt Tower summit||5.8||153.3||12:35||18:04||17:54||17:44|
FV710 Løvset summitKm 78.7 1,9kilometre-long climb at 7.7% Category 2
FV Ståggån summitKm 101.9 1,7kilometre-long climb at 4.7% Category 2
Tyholt Tower summitKm 128.9 1,4kilometre-long climb at 7.7% Category 2
Tyholt Tower summitKm 137 1,4kilometre-long climb at 7.7% Category 2
Tyholt Tower summitKm 145.2 1,4kilometre-long climb at 7.7% Category 2
Tyholt Tower summitKm 153.3 1,4kilometre-long climb at 7.7% Category 2
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