Wien (Austria), Sunday 15 October 2017
Staged on the northern outskirts of Austria's capital Vienna, the Kahlenberglauf is a very scenic 8.4km multi-terrain race that begins in Kahlenbergerdorf on the River Danube and ends at the transmission tower on the summit of the Kahlenberg (pictured).
The route includes 490 metres of ascent and 196 metres of descent.
After the race, participants can take a shorter route to get down to the award ceremony in Kahlenbergerdorf.
Last year, 141 runners crossed the finish line on the Kahlenberg. The fastest finishers were Tim Robertson of New Zealand (35 minutes 44 seconds) and Catriona Buchanan of Great Britain (42 minutes 51 seconds).
Venue (Map): Kahlenbergerdorf - Kahlenberg, Wien (Vienna)
Date: 15 October 2017 (Sunday)
Race distance: 8.4km (+490m/-196m)
Start: at 10.00 on Kuchelauer Hafenstraße (near the marina) in Kahlenbergerdorf
Finish: at the ORF transmission tower on the Kahlenberg (484m)
Race centre: Pfarrheuriger (wine tavern), Zwillinggasse 2, Kahlenbergerdorf (on the day 8.00-9.00)
- by e-mail
- late entries on the day (8.00-9.00)
- € 19 (up to 13 October 2017)
- € 25 (on 15 October 2017)
You get: transport of personal bags to the finish; refreshments in the finish area
Prizes: to the first 3 in each age group
Award ceremony: at ca. 12.00 at the Pfarrheuriger in Kahlenbergerdorf
Number of finishers 2016: 141
Number of finishers 2017: 155
- Alfred Sungi (37 minutes 2 seconds)
- Sandrina Illes (38 minutes 28 seconds)
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