Rostock-Warnemünde (Germany), Saturday 28 April 2012

Warnemünde, Germany (Copyright © 2012 Kristin Rentzsch)


Held on a very attractive and scenic multi-terrain course along the Baltic coast, the Stoltera Küstenwaldlauf attracts over 500 runners and walkers every year.

The event offers a 10km and a 3km run, as well as an 8km walking loop.

The route follows the seafront of Warnemünde, which is one of Germany's most popular Baltic Sea resorts with wide sandy beaches, many elegant 19th-century villas, picturesque small fishermen's houses, and an old fishing harbour.

Starting and finishing on the athletics track near the beach, competitors run on the paved Seepromenade, on bikeways and footpaths, and on forest trails up to the "Stoltera" cliffs, which rise up to 20 metres at the highest point. Participants in the 10km race run out-and-back to the lighthouse, and then two loops to the cliffs.

Last year, the 10k winners were Steffen Peters (33:21) and Carmen Siewert (37:08).


Country: Germany

Venue (Map): Warnemünde (Rostock 14km, Hamburg 190km, Berlin 242km)

Date: 28 April 2012 (Saturday)

Race distance: 10km, 3km; 8km walking without time-keeping

Start time: 9.45 (8km walking); 10.00 (3km run); 10.30 (10km run)

Start and finish: Sportplatz, Parkstrasse 44, Warnemünde

Entries: online or by post (up to 21 April 2012); payment by bank transfer; late entries on the day (3km and walking until 9.30; 10km until 10.00)

Entry fees (10km run): € 7 (up to 21 April 2012), € 9 (entries on the day) 

Entry fees (3km run, 8km walking): € 2

Race centre: at the start (on the day from 8.00)

You get: free parking, chip timing, drinks on the course (10km) and at the finish; finisher certificate

Prizes: trophies to the first M/F (10km); certificates to the first 3 in each category (10km, 3km)

Showers and changing facilities: yes

Award ceremony: from 11.00

Number of finishers 2011: 358 (10km), 91 (3km)

Event website:


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