33rd ‘Koprivnica Town Run’ 2011
Sixty-two adults and several hundred children took part in last year's flat and fast road running races in Koprivnica, a town of 25,000 people in northern Croatia.
Men run 5.6km (five laps) and women run 3.4km (three laps).
Starting and finishing on Zrinski trg, Koprivnica's spacious main square, competitors run on roads and footpaths through the town centre and through a public park.
There are no entry fees but plenty of prizes to the best finishers.
In 2010, the top finishers, Tamás Kovács and Lívia Tóth, both came from Hungary.
Race information: 33. Utrka grada Koprivnice 2011
Venue (Map): Koprivnica (Zagreb 94km, Maribor 114km, Budapest 276km)
Date: 6 November 2011 (Sunday)
- 100m - 1,200m (children)
- 3.4km (women)
- 5.6km (men)
- 10.00-10.50: children 18 years and under
- 11.00: 3.4km and 5.6km
- 11.45-12.35: children 10 years and under
Start and finish: Zrinski trg (Zrinski Square)
Entries: on the day until one hour before the start
Entry fees: no entry fees!
Race centre: Pivnica Kraluš (beerhouse and restaurant), Zrinski Square
Prizes: prize money to the first 10 men and 5 women; trophies to the first M/F; medals to the first 3 in each category; certificates to the first 5 in each category
Number of finishers 2010: 18 women, 44 men
Event website (in Croatian): www.zsu-kc.hr
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