The ÖTILLÖ Swimrun 1000 Lakes will see its second edition on 1 October, in the beautiful area of “Mecklenburger Seenplatte”, north of Berlin, Germany. The scenic ÖTILLÖ 1000 Lakes mixes a total of 41,4 km forest trail running and lake swimming. It is the last race of the 2017 season, concluding the ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Series 2017with a winner of each category: Men, Women and Mixed.
The Mecklenburger Seenplatte in north east Germany is an area with over a thousand lakes surrounded by dense fairy tale beech tree forests. The total distance of the race course is 41,4 km with 10 different sections of flat swims in pristine lakes mixed with fast runs on the hard-packed, technically easy sand trails in magical forests.
The German ÖTILLÖ edition is the last World Series race of the 2017 swimrun season and by the end of the event it will be clear which teams in each category Women, Mixed and Men will win the ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Series 2017. The winners are based on the most amount of points collected after the ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Series events 2017: ÖTILLÖ Hvar, ÖTILLÖ Utö, ÖTILLÖ Isles of Scilly, ÖTILLÖ Engadin, and ÖTILLÖ 1000 Lakes.
Check out the Standings of ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Series 2017 pre 1000 Lakes. Click here to see which teams have a chance to grab the world series win.
Apart from winning the ÖTILLÖ World Series 2017, eight top teams at ÖTILLÖ Swimrun 1000 Lakes qualify to the ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Championship 2018, on 3 September 2018, in the Stockholm Archipelago; top 3 men, top 3 mixed, top 2 women.