Nymburk (Czech Republic), Sunday 26 April 2015
The Nymburský půlmaraton (‘Nymburk Half Marathon’) in the Czech Republic features a scenic course along both banks of the River Elbe (Czech: Labe).
The event offers a 10km race and a half marathon, starting and finishing at the old town walls of Nymburk, a town of 15,000 people, situated about 50km east of Prague.
Participants in the half marathon run two laps of the 10km course. The second lap includes a short out-and-back section along the river to make it a half marathon.
Although the route is mostly flat and fast on asphalt cycle paths it is a rather challenging race as the competitors have to run up and down the stairways of two Elbe bridges — 60 stairs at one bridge and then 30 stairs at the other bridge.
Nevertheless, with a generous time limit of two hours for the 10k and three hours for the half marathon the event is suitable for runners of all abilities.
Country: Czech Republic
Venue (Map): Nymburk (Prague 51km, Dresden 163km, Brno 189km, Wrocław 228km)
Date: 26 April 2015 (Sunday)
Race distance: 10km, 21.1km
Start time: 10.00 (10km and 21km)
Start and finish: Na Přístavě (in the park at the town walls)
Race centre: in the start/finish area (on the day 8.00-9.30)
Entries: onine with payment by bank transfer (up to 21 April 2015); late entries on the day
Entry fees (10km): 350 CZK (up to 21 April 2015), 500 CZK (up to 26 April 2015)
Entry fees (21km): 450 CZK (up to 21 April 2015), 600 CZK (up to 26 April 2015)
Exchange rate: 100 CZK = ca. 3.60 EUR (November 2014)
You get: chip timing, snacks and drinks, lunch, beer from the local brewery
Award ceremony: 13.00
Number of finishers 2014: 175 (10km), 193 (21km)
Event website (in Czech and English):
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