Bolzano/Bozen (Italy), Sunday 3 April 2011

Piazza Walther in Bolzano (Copyright © 2010


The 28th Vivicittà will take place in 43 cities in Italy, as well as in various places around the world. The event promotes "sport for all", international solidarity, and respect for the environment.

Around 500 runners are expected to take part in the Vivicittà in Bolzano/Bozen, capital of the autonomous alpine province of "South Tyrol" in the far north of Italy.

The 12km race consists of two laps. Participants will run on cycle paths and roads, mostly out and back along the River Eisack.

There will also be a non-competitive 4km fun run.

In 2010, the 12K winners were Martin Toroitich of Uganda (37:37) and South Tyrol's Renate Rungger  (43:03).


Country: Italy

Venue (Map): Bozen / Bolzano (Trento 59km, Innsbruck 118km, Verona 152km)

Date: 3 April 2011 (Sunday)

Race distance: 12km (competitive race), 4km (non-competitive run)

Start time: 10.30 (12km), 10.35 (4km)

Start and finish: Stadio Druso (Viale Trieste/Triester Strasse)

Entries: in person or by phone, fax or e-mail; late entries on the day at the start (8.00-9.00)

Entry fees: 12 euros (until 2 April, 12.30), 15 euros (entries on the day)

Race centre: at the start

You get: T-shirt, a present

Prizes: (?)

Number of finishers 2010: 284 (12km)

Event website (in Italian):


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