Noora Honkala is a Finnish ultrarunner. Noora has run Spartathlon three times, first in 2014 as the youngest woman of all time. Spartathlon is widely considered to be one of the world’s toughest races. In 2021 Noora finished Spartathlon in third place, and also set a new Finnish national record.
Voyantic has supported Noora since 2017 and has enabled her to become a full-time professional athlete. Noora lives and trains in Greece, however, she frequently visits the Voyantic office in Espoo to share her latest race results and plans.
Voyantic and Noora share the same dedication and passion
Noora builds her athletic career in ultra-distance running. It has taken her years of physical and mental training to compete on the world-class level. Imagine the amount of passion that has been required to exercise long-distance running throughout the year IN FINLAND.
The Voyantic team is proud of the long-term commitment and dedication we have to our customers. Our market is very specific, and success requires joint efforts of experts in many fields of engineering. We thoroughly understand that most wins require diligent teamwork. This work spans over the years, and there are no shortcuts.
We admire Noora’s dedication, smiling stubbornness, and continuous hard work. We are excited to support Noora in a sport that is far from mainstream, and not enjoying monetary support from public sources. Together we are stronger.
Where does the road to greatness start?
For Noora Honkala, the preparations have started a few years ago with the signing of a partnership agreement with Voyantic, followed by hours and hours of training. In 2017 Noora set a Finnish National Record of 234,941 km in 24 hours. In July 2020, Noora set a new Finnish National Record in 100 km running with 7:46:57.
Voyantic + Noora Honkala 2017-2019
Documentaries about Noora’s Story