History of Gotland Grand National

GGN was first run 1984.
Year 2000 was the first time over 2000 notified and 2016 was over 3000 reported.
Has long been regarded as the world's largest enduro competition during a single day.
Line length is about 22 km, a lap race.

Respective classes run for 3 hours. Today there are classes for all ages and even for MC age.
C: a 800 functionaries work with the competition from many sports clubs in Gotland.

History over the years

Year Announced Adopted Starting Target GGN winner

1984 580 500 463 340 Per Greenberg

1985 800 800 581 427 Dick Wiksell

1986 1070 1000 844 662 Peter Hansson

1987 1275 1200 1054 787 Thomas Gustavsson

1988 1492 1400 1288 1062 Peter Hansson

1989 1840 1500 1407 1321 Peter Hansson

1990 1900 1800 1513 1511 Dick Wicksell

1991 1684 1684 1521 1502 Joakim Hedendahl

1992 1663 1663 1523 1488 Joakim Hedendahl

1993 1767 1767 1746 1644 Peter Hansson

1994 1989 1989 1861 1735 Joakim Hedendahl

1995 1782 1782 1627 1524 Joakim Hedendahl

1996 1564 1564 1503 1458 Joakim Hedendahl

1997 1849 1849 1725 1691 Mats Nilsson

1998 1812 1812 1775 1715 Joakim Hedendahl

1999 1976 1976 1880 1834 Kenneth Gundersen

2000 2112 2112 2008 1883 Kenneth Gundersen

2001 2240 2240 240 2032 Jonas Edberg

2002 2200 2200 2084 2035 Mats Nilsson

2003 2214 2200 2200 2095 Kenneth Gundersen

2004 2300 2206 2206 2150 Mats Nilsson

2005 2300 2162 2162 2088 Samuli Aro

2006 2300 2120 2120 2034 Mats Nilsson

2007 2300 2181 2181 2109 Mats Nilsson

2008 2422 2186 2186 2086 Mats Nilsson

2009 2380 2152 2152 2086 Mats Nilsson

2010 2270 2219 2215 2041 Mats Nilsson

2011 2350 2300 2197 2146 Pierre-Alexandre Renet

2012 2350 2300 2188 2137 Pierre-Alexandre Renet

2013 2800 2648 2571 2445 Pierre-Alexandre Renet

2014 2478 2478 2164 Pierre-Alexandre Renet

2015 2806 2806 2620 Josh Strang

2016 3172 3172 2767 Kenneth Gundersen

2017 3121 3121 2811 2696 Kjetil Gundersen