News date31.01.2021

Sweden dominated a tough race due to a fresh snowfall overnight
Gjerdalen finished second just missing out on his fourth Marcialonga victory
Stefania Corradini and Mattia Armellini of Italy won the Marcialonga Light
President Corradini: “…We can’t stop!”

“Never give up” – the 48th Marcialonga was a real success. Despite all the difficulties caused by the pandemic and the many snowfalls – with a fresh snowfall last night – that forced the organisers to work hard over the last few weeks, the organising committee of Marcialonga managed to stage a true “miracle”. This year, 1,250 people took part in the traditional ski marathon of Val di Fiemme and Val di Fassa. Even though they couldn’t train regularly, they wanted to take part in this great competition – what is surprising is the high number of foreign participants, who had to cope with the travel restrictions. In the long distance race, the athletes set a slow pace due to the fresh snow in the tracks, with a long snake of athletes from the start in Moena to Molina di Fiemme. The competition began to heat up in the last kilometre, with four skiers breaking away on the Cascata climb. Sweden’s Emil Persson crossed the finish line in Cavalese in first place, getting Sweden back on the top spot of the men’s podium after 10 years: “I felt really good this morning and I knew I could win. I had a good position on the Cascata climb and managed to take the first place in the last 200 metres”.
Tord Asle Gjerdalen was chasing his fourth win at Marcialonga after his straight victories in 2015, 2016 and 2017, but finished second, 0.3 behind the winner. Russia’s Ermil Vokuev completed the podium.
Sweden dominated even on the women’s side, with Lina Korsgren winning ahead of Norway’s Emilie Fleten and Sweden’s Ida Dahl. The first Italian athletes were Mauro Brigadoi (24th) and Ilenia De Francesco (18th).
The Marcialonga Light – the shorter race – finished in the Ski Jumping Stadium in Predazzo, with Italy taking gold in both the men’s and the women’s races. Mattia Armellini won ahead of Max Olex and Davide Facchini. In the women’s race, despite breaking a ski, Stefania Corradini finished 20 minutes ahead of Thea Schwingshackl and Anna Bolzan.
The president of the organising committee Angelo Corradini was very satisfied: “I had some worries before the race, but today everything went like clockwork. It was a very complicated edition, there was a lot of tension and stress. To the other organisers I say: life must go on. We have keep working, we can’t stop!”

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Marcialonga maschile
1 PERSSON Emil SWE 03:11:10; 2 GJERDALEN Tord Asle NOR 03:11:10; 3 VOKUEV Ermil RUS 03:11:13; 4 KARDIN Oskar SWE 03:11:14; 5 ELIASSEN Petter NOR 03:11:27; 6 HOELGAARD Stian NOR 03:11:32; 7 JOHANSSON Marcus SWE 03:11:35; 8 MATHISEN Runar Skaug NOR 03:11:39; 9 PEDERSEN Morten Eide NOR 03:11:41; 10 VYLEGZHANIN Maxim RUS 03:11:41

Marcialonga femminile
1 KORSGREN Lina SWE 03:27:14; 2 FLETEN Emilie NOR 03:27:24; 3 DAHL Ida SWE 03:28:00; 4 LARSSON Jenny SWE 03:29:41; 5 TSAREVA Olga RUS 03:29:52; 6 MOHLIN Elin SWE 03:29:54; 7 ELEBRO Sofie SWE 03:30:18; 8 LACROIX Roxane FRA 03:31:02; 9 GRAEFNINGS Maria SWE 03:32:53; 10 RYGALINA Anastasia RUS 03:33:19

Light maschile
1 ARMELLINI Mattia G.S. Fiamme Oro 02:04:13; 2 OLEX Max Germania 02:05:08; 3 FACCHINI Davide G.S. Fiamme Oro 02:05:09; 4 DAL MAGRO Stefano Robinson Ski Team A.S.D. 02:06:32; 5 MARIANI Ivan G.S. Fiamme Oro 02:07:34; 6 POLI Fabrizio G.S. Fiamme Oro 02:08:52; 7 FANTON Paolo C.S. Carabinieri 02:09:07; 8 SCHWINGSHACKL Matthias Robinson Ski Team A.S.D. 02:10:41; 9 MAENPAA Robin Finlandia 02:11:17; 10 CERUTTI Lorenzo Robinson Ski Team A.S.D. 02:12:43

Light femminile
1 CORRADINI Stefania Sottozero Nordic Team A.S.D. 02:23:09; 2 SCHWINGSHACKL Thea Team Futura 02:43:21; 3 BOLZAN Anna S.C. Orsago A.D. 02:57:35; 4 INVERNIZZI Aurora Asd Nordik Ski Valsassina 03:09:27; 5 JOEBSTL Barbara Austria 03:23:20; 6 MIORELLI Giulia Sci Nordico Pragelato A.S.D. 03:23:26; 7 PELLEGRINON Mariastella S.C. Val Biois 03:24:04; 8 MAENPAA Cajsa Finlandia 03:26:23; 9 PEDRETTI Giulia Marzola G.S.D. 03:43:09; 10 ZANOTTO Anna Sci C.A.I. Schio 1910 A.S.D. 03:47:34;

Young femminile (Aspiranti-Junior-Allieve)
1 LOSS Valentina Us Primiero Asd 00:33:45.09; 2 NICOLODI Sabrina Sc Fiave' Asd 00:33:59.50; 3 CAMPIONE Silvia Asd Cauriol 00:34:27.54; 4 BONETTI Angelica Sc Rabbi 00:34:55.12; 5 GABRIELLI Gloria Us Dolomitica 00:35:42.41; 6 REVOLTI Francesca Marzola Gsd 00:35:44.55; 7 ZANETEL Gabriella Us Primiero Asd 00:35:53.39; 8 BROCH Arianna Us Primiero Asd 00:36:13.73; 9 PRADEL Anna Us Primiero Asd 00:36:27.77; 10 DEBERTOLIS Maria Eurosia Asc Sesvenna 00:36:52.79

Young maschile (Aspiranti-Junior)
1 MASTROBATTISTA Simone Gs Fiamme Gialle 00:44:13.50; 2 MASIERO Riccardo Lorenzo Valdobbiadene 00:44:38.55; 3 SCHWINGSHACKL Benjamin Cs Carabinieri 00:45:01.09; 4 VARESCO Giacomo Castello Fiemme 00:45:12.99; 5 FORADORI Riccardo Marzola Gsd 00:45:13.69

Young maschile (Allievi)
1 ROMAGNA Nicola Us Primiero Asd 00:32:47.72; 2 LONGHI Raffaele Fondo Val Sole 00:32:53.66; 3 MAESTRI Sebastiano Marzola Gsd 00:32:53.77; 4 LORENZONI Andrea Sc Rabbi 00:32:53.97; 5 SARTORI Tommaso Marzola Gsd 00:33:01.05


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