The Long Distance Ski Championship

Kaiser Maximilian Lauf

Kaiser Maximilian Lauf was held as a test event for the first time in 2016. Now the event is written in the Visma Ski Classics calendar on a regular basis and offers an impressive ski experience. Beautiful nature and great snow conditions in one of the world's best places for skiing.

Seefeld has a well known history hosting international events. The cross-country competitions during the Olympic Games both in 1964 and 1976. The Nordic World Championships in 1933 and 1985 and they will also host the Nordic World Championships in 2019.

“After the prologue weekend in December Season IX gives the Pro Teams one month of training and adjusting the shape as well as the technique before the first traditional long distance event- also open for recreational skiers, takes place. Kaiser Maximilian Lauf is held for the third time but already ranked as the fourth most popular event in the tour by the Pro Teams.  The Kaiser starting in down town Seefeld is a varied course over 60 km with both flat and hilly parts, through the Seefeld, picturesque Mösern, Wildmoos and Leutasch areas before heading back to the finish line in Seefeld, where the great Tyrolian after ski is awaiting."



Facts about Kaiser Maximilian Lauf

Live Center 2018/19

GPS tracking

Kaiser Maximilian Lauf

Saturday January 12th 2019
60km classic Technique
Seefeld Austria

Start Time
Women CET 08.45
Men CET 09.00

Visma Ski Classics Climb
7km Wildmoosalm

Visma Ski Classics Sprints 
22km Leutasch
41km Leutasch

RESULTS 2017/18

1. Tord Asle Gjerdalen SAN 2:27:49
2. Andreas Holmberg SER 2:28:03
3. Ilya Chernousov BST 2:28:21

1. Britta Johansson Norgren LAG 2:49:16
2. Sara Lindborg SER 2:49:53
3. Masako Ishida KOT 2:50:14