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Fantu Tekla, Ethiopia, won Tjejmilen 2016

Fantu Tekla, Ethiopia, won Tjejmilen in 33:56. Second was Roman Mengistu, Ethiopia in 34:21 and third place went to , Annie Bersagel, USA 35:39. Congratulations.
To the results >>

See the video from the race

Check the video that takes you on a lap around the course and to the festivities before and after the 2015 race, all in about four minutes.
To the video >>

Early Bird - Welcome to Tjejmilen 2 September 2017

Tjejmilen is Sweden’s largest sports event for women with over 30,000 participants. It will be just as much a festival as a race when the 34th Tjejmilen is held on 2 September 2017. Welcome to a fantastic day full of energy, enjoyment and competition nerves. The race takes place on Gärdet and the National Park of Djurgården right in the centre of Stockholm!
Information and registration >>

295 photos from Tjejmilen 2015

Our photographers Thomas Windestam, Ryno Quantz and Rickard Forsberg worked hard during the race. See their best photos!
To slide show >>

The scenic course kilometre by kilometre

Tjejmilen runs around the beautiful scenery of the Royal National City Park “Djurgården” in central Stockholm. The distance in 10,000m.
Information about the course >>

Stockholm – the Capital of Scandinavia

Welcome to Stockholm and one of the world’s most beautiful capitals. Built on 14 islands around one of Europe’s largest and best-preserved mediaeval city centres, the Swedish capital is superbly positioned, with stunning and extremely varied scenery in every direction.
More information >>

Tips for the economical tourist

Stockholm need not be an expensive city. Here are some things you can do which cost (almost) nothing.