Vittorio Veneto - Treviso (Italy), Sunday  27 March 2011

Treviso Marathon, along Viale Vittorio Veneto (Copyright © 2010


The Treviso Marathon has quickly established itself as one of the major marathons in Italy. In the last edition of the race, over 2200 runners crossed the finish line in the historic town centre of Treviso, located around 30 kilometres to the north of Venice.

The start of the marathon is 42 kilometres further north in Vittorio Veneto, a pleasant town at the foot of the Venetian Alps. The course across the densely populated Venetian Plain is traffic-free, certified, and very fast. Overall, it goes about 120 metres downhill.

Along the road into Treviso, runners pass a number of magnificent old villas, before they run through the old town with its canals, waterwheels, churches, piazzas and palazzos.

The event is well-organized and good value.

In 2010, Ottaviano Andriani and Daniele Caimmi broke the tape together in a time of 2:12:49. Amelework Fikadu Bosho of Ethiopia was first woman in 2:33:09 (see our race report 2010).


Remember that the night before the event the clocks jump one hour forward due to the start of 'European Summer Time', so don't be late!


Country: Italy

Venue (Map): Vittorio Veneto - Treviso

Date: 27 March 2011 (Sunday)

Race distance: 42.2km (AIMS/IAAF certified)

Start: 9.45 in Vittorio Veneto

Finish: Treviso

Entries: online (payment by credit card) or by post or fax (payment by bank transfer); entries close 17 March; you may have to provide a medical certificate at registration

Entry fees: 25 EUR (until 18 Nov 2010), 35 EUR (until 9 March 2011), 45 EUR (until 17 March)

Race centre: marathon expo in Treviso (Friday 25 March 13.00-21.00, Saturday 26 March 10.00-21.00)

You get: goody bag (to the first 4500 entries), timing chip rental, bus or train service from Treviso to Vittorio Veneto (before and after the race), transport of personal clothing from the start to the finish, finisher medal, certificate, massage service at the finish, pasta party after the race; runners who are unable to complete the course will be transported to the finish area

Prizes: prizes to the first 20 men and 10 women, to the winners of each category, and to the best disabled athletes

Number of finishers 2010: 2219 marathon runners and 29 disabled athletes

Event website:


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Treviso Marathon - at the Porta San Tomaso (Copyright © 2010