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Pedersen leads the all-round CHAMPIONSHIP before the last day

With the chairman Pedersen ahead of Bøkko before a fishing are nominated.

Bøkko started the day well and won with hardly possible margin when he went 37,22 on the men's 500 metres. It was a poor one hundredth of a second in front of Simen Spieler Nilsen. He took annenplassen nearly four hundredths ahead of Pedersen.

On the 5000-metre won the Pedersen superb with a time of 6.35,09. Bøkko took annenplassen over seven seconds behind, and thus lies behind Pedersen the overall standings before Sunday's distances.

surname went Ida Njåtun 40,71 at 500 metres and crushed the competition in Arendal. Ragne Wiklund was closest to, the whole of 1.02 inches of a second behind the winner. Only four other runners were set to start.

In the 3000-metre won the Asker-runner again with a time of 4.33,49. She was with it during the one second in front of Camilla Lund which was number two.

Njåtun head with the best and after that one of the two days is carried out.

Sunday, both the women and the men's 1500 metres. The women finish with the 5000 metres and the gentlemen with 10,000. Norgesmesteren bill after all the results are added together.

Håvard Bøkko won the world allround CHAMPIONSHIP eight times in the past. The victories came in a row from 2008 to 2015.

Ida Njåtun went victorious out of the all-round CHAMPIONSHIP in 2011 and each year from 2013 to 2016.


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