Göteborgsvarvet and Varvetveckan 2022 will be arranged in May.
This is the overall perception we have together with the authorities we collaborate with to be able to carry out one of the world's largest running events. The current restrictions which the Swedish Public Health Agency presented on Monday January 10 2022 applies to indoor events and activities. Thus, we plan to continue to carry out Göteborgsvarvet half marathon on May 21, and all of our subsidiary races during Varvet Week on their regular event dates 2022.
Should this nevertheless not happen, there is a readiness to complete the race on a back up date this autumn where your registration will be moved free of charge.
This year we are fully prepared to adapt the event to laws, advices and restrictions that may exist during implementation.
For the 2022 event, the event area with associated flows for both runners and the general public will be adapted to unsure a better and safer experience.
We are also prepared to adapt the event to meet any government requirements, for example, vaccination passes and / or presentation of a negative test result.
Our main responsibility is to enable a safe and secure event for healthcare, all staff, runners and the general public based on current laws, advice and restrictions.
For current information on restrictions and covid-19, we refer to krisinformation and the Public Health Agency of Sweden.
Our most common questions right now
Will Göteborgsvarvet 2022 be carried out?
At the time of writing, everything indicates that all our races are carried out as planned in May.
This is the overall perception we and the authorities we work with have.
What happens if you have to cancel?
Should we, against all odds, be forced to cancel in May, we will move your registartion to the next Göteborgsvarvet half marathon free of charge. The same principle also applies to all our other races in 2022.
Are there any back upp dates?
We are at the moment, together with authorities and the City of Gothenburg, investigating suitable back up dates this autumn. When we have more information, this will be communicated.
Will you require a vaccine pass or a negative PCR test?
We will adapt to the regulatory requirements placed on organizers of outdoor events of our size. At the time of writing, there are no such requirements, but we are fully prepared to adapt to any extended regulations.