People in Stockholm love long-distance running. 17163 people, taking up 2% of Stockholm’s population, took part in Stockholm Marathon on June 1st, 1985. For the temperature reached 25℃ that day and the terrain rises and falls, the results turned out to be mediocre—the first runner finished in 2 hours, 17 minutes. However, a wonder did happen. Hasen is a little town which lies beside Melaron Lake, separated only by a strip of water from Queen Island where the king lives. It has a population of only 5,000. With lots of trees and grass, Hasen is a famous spot for long-distance running. Among the first 10 runners of that race, 3 were from S.K Marathon Club in Hasen, and 9 runners finished in below 2 hours, 20 minutes. It would be another world record counted by the population.