25th Half Marathon "Ivan Starek" 2011

Zagreb (Croatia), Sunday 13 November 2011

Polumaraton Ivan Starek, Lake Jarun, Zagreb, Croatia (Copyright © 2011 runinternational.eu)


The Polumaraton "Ivan Starek" in Zagreb features a pancake-flat, traffic-free, and certified half marathon course.

The route consists of three laps around Lake Jarun, which was created for the Summer Universiade 1987. Jarun is home to a rowing regatta course, sports facilities, shingle beaches, cafés and bars.

Competitors run on the road that encircles the lake. The first lap includes a detour to the "Island of the Croatian Youth".

In 2010, the winners were Dražen Dinjar (1:10:59) and Matea Matošević (1:22:18).


Race report, results and photos: 25. Polumaraton Ivan Starek 2011


Country: Croatia

Venue (Map): Lake Jarun, Zagreb

Date: 13 November 2011 (Sunday)

Race distance: 21.1km; 5km (juniors born 1992 and younger)

Start time: 10.50 (5km); 11.00 (21km)

Start and finish: at the rowing centre at the western end of the lake

Entries: at the start (Saturday 12 Nov 12.00-14.00, on the day 8.30-10.30)

Entry fees (21km): 100 HRK (ca. 13.35 EUR)

Entry fees (5km): 30 HRK (ca. 4 EUR)

You get: (?)

Prizes (21km): trophies and prize money (1000-700-500 HRK) to the first 3 M/F; medals to the first 3 in each category

Prizes (5km): medals to the first 3 in each category

Showers and changing facilities: in the rowing centre

Number of finishers 2010: 325 (21km), 37 (juniors 5km)


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