Rosenheim (Germany), Tuesday 3 October 2017
Held on the streets of Rosenheim, an old city of 60,000 people in Germany's state of Bayern (Bavaria), the Rosenheimer Citylauf comprises:
||Race distance||Number of finishers 2016
|15.00||2.55km||Schülerlauf (children's run)||58|
|2.55km||Walking (without trekking poles)||31|
|5.27km||Achtel-Marathon (1/8 marathon)||78|
|15.30||10.55km||Viertel-Marathon (1/4 marathon)||197|
|10.55km||Viertel-Marathon Staffel (1/4 Marathon relay; 4 runners)||14 teams|
Starting on Max-Josefs-Platz, Rosenheim's cobbled main square in the beautiful Old Town, the 10.55km quarter marathon is four laps of a mainly-flat course.
The route runs through the city centre, through parkland and along the Mangfall river.
Last year, more than 400 runners and walkers took part in the event. The winners of the quarter marathon were Lars Rößler (36 minutes 2 seconds) and Lena Barth (40 minutes 51 seconds). The time limit to complete the course is 80 minutes.
This year, and in 2018 as well, the Rosenheimer City-Lauf will be held on the Tag der Deutschen Einheit (Day of German Unity), Germany's national day, celebrated on October 3rd to commemorate the anniversary of German reunification in 1990.
Venue (Map): Rosenheim (Munich 60km, Salzburg 83km, Innsbruck 111km)
Date: 3 October 2017 (Tuesday; Day of German Unity; public holiday)
Start/finish area: Max-Josefs-Platz
Race centre: on Max-Josefs-Platz (on the day 13.00-14.30)
- online (up to 29 September 2017)
- late entries on the day (up to one hour before the start)
Entry fees (2.55km, 5.27km):
- € 7 (up to 29 September 2017)
- € 10 (on 3 October 2017)
Entry fees (10.55km):
- € 15 (up to 29 September 2017)
- € 20 (on 3 October 2017)
Timekeeping: Tiger-Timing chip timing (included in the entry fees)
You get: medal (2.55km, 5.27km), online certificate
Showers, changing facilities, bag storage: yes
Prizes (2.55km children's run): to the first three in each age group
Prizes (10km): to the first man and woman; to the first three in each age group
Prizes (10km relay): to the first three teams in each age group
Award ceremony (2.55km, 10.55km, relay): at ca. 17.00 on Max-Josefs-Platz
No guarantee is made as to the accuracy or thoroughness of the information on this page! Please visit the official event website to verify the above information.