Athletics June 4th 2019 

Program

Preliminary time Schedule as of May 1. st.

 

The Clean Air Games is based on a focus on sustainability, environment and friendship all the way back to 1988. Friends from all over the world have competed at Lambertseter and enjoyed the social and environment events together with the athletic competition. All athletes are welcomed into the Lambertseter IF families homes for accommodation.
We will give some travel contributions to specific athletes, but never any appearance fee. Great athletes like Colin Jackson, Linford Christie, Jan Zelezny, Sally Gunnell, Trine Hattestad, Mette Bergmann, Vebjørn Rodal, and many more has enjoyed this hospitality and the friendly competitio.  We are confident that also athletes who decide to come in 2019, would like to come back in the years to come.

 

The coming year we have been granted the EAA Classics status, including a prize money structure. This is:

EUR 1000, 600, 400, 300, 200 for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th place for A events, and

EUR 500, 400, 300, 200, 100 for B events

In addition we award meet records with EUR 500 (300 for new events). For meet records, please see below.

Athletes interested in participating, please contact meet director Vegard Rooth, vegard.rooth@gmail.com or +47 974 94 798

 

 

Høydepunkter / Highlights 2018 

Tickets

Link to tickets, click here.

Results from 2018:
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Historikk
Det var unikt i perioden 1988-1994 at verdensstjernene stilte opp gratis og bodde hos vertsfamiliene i
Lambertseter IF motivert av vennskap og miljø. «Verdensstjerner på turistklasse» var overskriften i Aftenposten 17. juni 1992. Mange, den gang unge lovende norske utøvere, fikk anledning til å prøve seg på et internasjonalt toppnivå. I dag kjenner vi alle Geir Moen, Steinar Hoen, Vebjørn Rodal m.fl., men den gangen var de på vei opp og fikk delta i stevner sammen med stjerner som Linford Christie, Colin Jackson, Jan Zelezny m.fl.