A COMMUNITY FOR ALL OCEAN LOVERS

A COMMUNITY FOR ALL OCEAN LOVERS

The Race for Oceans Relay 2023

The Race for Oceans Relay 2023

The Race for Oceans Relay combining sports, beach clean-ups and knowledge in a unique way will leave the island of Sylt on Saturday 10th June and reach its finish line in Skagen on Saturday 24th June.

The route along the coastline covers 456 k divided into 55 sections. The disciplines are primarily running/walking (approx. 15 min./per k.) but SUP and kayaking is also possible. The length of each section varies between 2 – 49 k, depending on section and discipline.

Everyone, who enters this event, are on the same team and will jointly bring the baton from Sylt to Skagen. The baton must be in movement either on shore or in the water.
Please notice that security is priority. This means that there might be sections, where activities on water will be cancelled due to conditions and the baton must instead be transferred by running or walking when possible.

On chosen locations along the route there will be a beach clean-up. These will be organised in cooperation with organisations, companies as well as local ocean lovers.

The Race for Oceans Relay combining sports, beach clean-ups and knowledge in a unique way will leave the island of Sylt on Saturday 10th June and reach its finish line in Skagen on Saturday 24th June.

The route along the coastline covers 456k divided into 55 sections. The disciplines are primarily running/walking (approx. 15 min./per k.) but SUP and kayaking is also possible. The length of each section varies between 2 – 49 k, depending on section and discipline.

Everyone, who enters this event, are on the same team and will jointly bring the baton from Sylt to Skagen. The baton must be in movement either on shore or in the water.

Please notice that security is priority. This means that there might be sections, where activities on water will be cancelled due to conditions and the baton must instead be transferred by running or walking when possible.

On chosen locations along the route there will be a beach clean-up. These will be organised in cooperation with organisations, companies as well as local ocean lovers.

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THE ROUTE

THE ROUTE

The Race for Oceans Relay 2023 starts in Sylt and ends in Skagen. The route covers 456 k and consists of 55 sections spread across 15 days.

The Race for Oceans Relay 2023 starts in Sylt and ends in Skagen. The route covers 456 k and consists of 55 sections spread across 15 days.

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Walk & Talks & Beach Clean-ups 2023

Walk & Talks & Beach Clean-ups 2023

In 2021 we started to invite people from our ocean loving community to Walk & Talks & Beach Clean-Ups. So far families, friends, companies, schools and scouts have joined us for an inspiring experience on the beach adapted to each different group’s individual needs.

Do you want to join us on a Walk & Talk & Beach Clean-up, then send us an e-mail: contact@raceforoceans.org

In 2021 we started to invite people from our ocean loving community to Walk & Talks & Beach Clean-Ups. So far families, friends, companies, schools and scouts have joined us for an inspiring experience on the beach adapted to each different group’s individual needs.

Do you want to join us on a Walk & Talk & Beach Clean-up, then send us an e-mail: contact@raceforoceans.org

Virtuel Beach Clean-up 2021

Virtuel Beach Clean-ups 2021

In the beginning of 2021 we invited our ocean loving community to join us for the first virtual Beach Clean-up in Denmark – due to the Covid-19 restrictions. The concept was simple and everyone with passion for the ocean could participate by going to their local beach and collecting ocean waste. All participants were encouraged to take a picture with some of the collected plastic in their hands and share it with us. We experienced a wide support across Denmark and people found the event both meaningful and inspiring.

In the beginning of 2021 we invited our ocean loving community to join us for the first virtual Beach Clean-up in Denmark – due to the Covid-19 restrictions. The concept was simple and everyone with passion for the ocean could participate by going to their local beach and collecting ocean waste. All participants were encouraged to take a picture with some of the collected plastic in their hands and share it with us. We experienced a wide support across Denmark and people found the event both meaningful and inspiring.

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The Line of Ocean Plastic 2020

The Line of Ocean Plastic 2020

In September 2020 we received the Danish SDG Award 2020. We celebrated the award together with our ocean loving community by building Denmark’s first line of ocean plastic between Blokhus and Løkken – a 15 k. stretch.

In 7 days we built The Line of Ocean Plastic with an incredible support from friends, family, partners and a bunch of ocean loving people.

The Line of Ocean Plastic 2020 was named “project of the week” in week 42 by DR Ultra.

In September 2020 we received the Danish SDG Award 2020. We celebrated the award together with our ocean loving community by building Denmark’s first line of ocean plastic between Blokhus and Løkken – a 15 k. stretch.

In 7 days we built The Line of Ocean Plastic with an incredible support from friends, family, partners and a bunch of ocean loving people.

The Line of Ocean Plastic 2020 was named “project of the week” in week 42 by DR Ultra.