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Broloppet (Broløbet; the Bridge Run) was a running event that took place on the Øresund Bridge between 2000 and 2006.

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With over entrants and finishers it remains one of the largest running events ever held, and the world's largest half marathon ahead of Göteborgsvarvet and the Great North Run.

Øresund Bridge

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Broloppet (Broløbet; the Bridge Run) was a running event that took place on the Øresund Bridge between 2000 and 2006.
On 12 June 2000, two weeks before the dedication, 79,871 runners competed in Broloppet, a half marathon from Amager, Denmark, to Skåne, Sweden.

Half marathon

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With over entrants and finishers it remains one of the largest running events ever held, and the world's largest half marathon ahead of Göteborgsvarvet and the Great North Run.
The largest half marathon ever held was Broloppet (the Bridge race) between Copenhagen in Denmark and Malmö in Sweden with finishers, held in connection with the Øresund Bridge inauguration in 2000.

Malmö Allmänna Idrottsförening

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The event was organized by MAI and Sparta Atletik.

Sparta (athletic club)

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The event was organized by MAI and Sparta Atletik.

Göteborgsvarvet

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With over entrants and finishers it remains one of the largest running events ever held, and the world's largest half marathon ahead of Göteborgsvarvet and the Great North Run.

Great North Run

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With over entrants and finishers it remains one of the largest running events ever held, and the world's largest half marathon ahead of Göteborgsvarvet and the Great North Run.

Ethiopia

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The first race, which was won by Ethiopian runner Tesfaye Tola only three months before he won the bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics, started at the Danish end of the bridge on the island of Amager, continued through the tunnel under the artificial island of Peberholm, over the Öresund Bridge to the finish in Limhamn in Malmö.

Tesfaye Tola

The first race, which was won by Ethiopian runner Tesfaye Tola only three months before he won the bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics, started at the Danish end of the bridge on the island of Amager, continued through the tunnel under the artificial island of Peberholm, over the Öresund Bridge to the finish in Limhamn in Malmö.

Bronze medal

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The first race, which was won by Ethiopian runner Tesfaye Tola only three months before he won the bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics, started at the Danish end of the bridge on the island of Amager, continued through the tunnel under the artificial island of Peberholm, over the Öresund Bridge to the finish in Limhamn in Malmö.

Athletics at the 2000 Summer Olympics

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The first race, which was won by Ethiopian runner Tesfaye Tola only three months before he won the bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics, started at the Danish end of the bridge on the island of Amager, continued through the tunnel under the artificial island of Peberholm, over the Öresund Bridge to the finish in Limhamn in Malmö.

Amager

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The first race, which was won by Ethiopian runner Tesfaye Tola only three months before he won the bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics, started at the Danish end of the bridge on the island of Amager, continued through the tunnel under the artificial island of Peberholm, over the Öresund Bridge to the finish in Limhamn in Malmö.

Peberholm

The first race, which was won by Ethiopian runner Tesfaye Tola only three months before he won the bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics, started at the Danish end of the bridge on the island of Amager, continued through the tunnel under the artificial island of Peberholm, over the Öresund Bridge to the finish in Limhamn in Malmö.

Limhamn

The first race, which was won by Ethiopian runner Tesfaye Tola only three months before he won the bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics, started at the Danish end of the bridge on the island of Amager, continued through the tunnel under the artificial island of Peberholm, over the Öresund Bridge to the finish in Limhamn in Malmö.

Malmö

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The first race, which was won by Ethiopian runner Tesfaye Tola only three months before he won the bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics, started at the Danish end of the bridge on the island of Amager, continued through the tunnel under the artificial island of Peberholm, over the Öresund Bridge to the finish in Limhamn in Malmö.