A regular speedskating track is 400 meters long. The Triavium can therefore be considered an irregular track, as it measures only 333 meters. The cornerlength is equal to regular tracks (100 meters), so the difference lies in the straights, which measure only 66 meters. It’s still possible to skate the same distances as on regular tracks, and racing results will be officially registered. The only difference is the amount of laps you have to skate. While many consider the short track of Triavium as disadvantageous, there is one major advantage,  namely the possibility to skate distances that are unique to this track (167 and 333 meters)!