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Winner of Tiomila 2011. Kalevan Rasti
Status active
Genre sporting event
Date(s) April-May
Frequency annual
Country Sweden
Inaugurated 1945 (1945) (men)
1977 (1977) (women)
1992 (1992) (youth)

Tiomila or 10-mila is an orienteering race held annually in Sweden since 1945, usually in late April or early May. It is a 10-man relay which includes both night and daytime legs. The women's race consists of five daylight legs. Tiomila attracts club teams from all the major orienteering nations. In 2008, both the men's and the women's race consisted of about 350 teams. In 2010, there were 361 women's teams, and 359 men's teams.[1]

The name means "ten [Swedish] miles" (100 km) and refers to the total distance run by each team. The actual distance however varies from year to year. The 2015 edition was measured to 116 kilometres (72 mi) along the straight line between the controls.


  • Upcoming events 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Upcoming events

  • 2011 Tullinge, Stockholm
Start of Tiomila 2011
Men Women

See also


  1. ^

External links

  • Tiomila
  • (YouTube) Tiomila 2008 - video presentation
  • The 1978 edition at SVT's open archive (Swedish)
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