31st Mohor Mountain Race 2011
Nemilje (Slovenia), Saturday 4 June 2011
The road to Sveti Mohor
The Gorski tek na Mohor offers 7-kilometre uphill races for runners and mountain bikers. For the most part, the route features gentle climbs through forest. The elevation gain from start to finish is approximately 450 metres.
Start is in the small village of Nemilje, situated in the hills between Slovenia's capital Ljubljana and the Julian Alps, about 13 kilometres west of the town of Kranj.
The route runs approximately 4 kilometres on dirt roads, then 2.5 kilometres on asphalt roads, and finally 500 metres on trails.
The finish line is at the church of Sveti Mohor on top of a hill (952m). Lovely views open up as you approach the finish!
In 2010, the fastest runners were Boštjan Hrovat (30:25) and Valerija Mrak (37:12).
The finish line is at the church of Sveti Mohor.
Venue (Map): Nemilje (Kranj 13km, Ljubljana 37km, Klagenfurt 70km)
Date: 4 June 2011 (Saturday)
Race distance: 7km (+446m); children 440/880/1320m (1-3 laps)
Start time: 16.00 (children), 16.30 (7km run), 17.00 (7km mountain bike race)
Start: Nemilje (506m)
Finish: at the church of Sveti Mohor (952m)
Entries: on the day until 15 minutes before the start
Entry fees: 10 euros; children 5 euros
You get: a present, a meal after the race, post-race prize drawing
Prizes: trophies to the winners, medals to the first 3 in each category
Showers and changing facilities: no
Number of finishers 2010: 167 (7km run), 19 (7km mountain bike), 72 children
Event website (in Slovenian): www.agp-pro.si/tek_mohor
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