Here you can find several videos from previous Laugavegur Ultra Marathon races. More videos can be found on the race Youtube channel.

Laugavegur Ultra Marathon 2019

2018 - Laugavegur Ultra Marathon

2018 - Interview: Rannveig Oddsdóttir, female winner

2018 - Interview: Þorbergur Ingi Jónsson, male winner

2017 - Laugavegur Ultra Marathon

2017 - Interviews - runners from Canada and France

2017 - Interviews - first Icelandic runners 

2017 - Runners video: Barb and Ray from Canada

2017 - Video from one of our sponsors, Reykjavik Excursions

2016 - Runners video: Martin Sjöberg

2016 - - First runners at the finish line

2016 - - Interview: Jo Meek, female winner

2016 - Lost Worlds Travel video from Laugavegur Ultra Marathon and few shots from Þórsmörk and Seljalandsfoss waterfall after the race.

2015 - Runners video: Kerry Ward from Canada

2015 - - Interview: Amber Ferreira, female winner 

2014 - Runners video: Anne-Claire Corral-Birot and Jean-guillaume Birot 

2013 - Runners video: Hrannar Jóhannsson. The conditions where extreamly difficult this year with lot of snow and cold weather. 

2011 - Runners video: Hans Hufnagl, Germany 

2011 - Runners video: Disa Åhman

2011 - Runners video: Helgi Þór Arason, Iceland

Petur Helgason took these nice video clips while running the Ultra Marathon 2009. Petur´s film starts when the runners take the bus from Reykjavik to the start in Landmannalaugar and ends when he finishes the race. If you are thinking of running the Ultra marathon this film gives you a good idea about what you should expect. The film was sponsored by Powerade.

  • Reykjavik Excursions
  • Hoka - Sportís
  • Garmin
  • 66 Norður
  • Suzuki
  • Margt Smátt
  • Volcano Huts
  • Ferðafélag Íslands
  • Gatorade
  • Hey Iceland
  • ITRA member

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The Laugavegur Ultra Marathon is organized by Reykjavik Sports Union, a union of sports clubs in Reykjavik. Other events organized by the Reykjavik Sports Union are: Íslandsbanki Reykjavik Marathon in August, Suzuki Midnight Sun Run in June, Reykjavik International Games in January and the Northern Lights Run in February.