Sunday 9 December 2018
The Santa Klaus Running draws around 1,500 or more Santas to Belluno, a 2,200-year-old town that sits in a photogenic location at the foot of the Eastern Dolomites in the Veneto region in Italy, approximately 100 kilometres north of Venice.
It's a marvellous fun event that attracts runners and walkers of all abilities.
Here are the options available in 2018:
- 5km "non competitiva"
- 12km "non competitiva"
- 12km "competitiva"
- 21.1km half marathon "competitiva"
The non-competitive runs are open to all runners whereas participants in the competitive races must be registered with a recognized athletics club, or they must provide a medical certificate for athletics at registration.
All routes start and end on Belluno's main square, Piazza dei Martiri (pictured).
The 5k run is a loop through the picturesque town centre, suitable for the whole family.
In contrast, the 12k and the half marathon feature challenging multi-terrain routes that take the runners through Belluno's Old Town as well as through rural areas and villages. The difference between the lowest and the highest point on the half marathon course is about 120 metres.
- 9 December 2018 (Sunday)
Race report, results and photos:
Map of the venue:
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