Vittorio Veneto - Treviso (Italy), Sunday 4 March 2012
The Treviso Marathon in northern Italy welcomes over 2000 runners every year.
The route is a point-to-point course which is closed to traffic, certified, and very fast. Overall, it goes about 120 metres downhill.
The start is in the pleasant town of Vittorio Veneto, situated at the foot of the Venetian Alps. Competitors run southwards across the vast Venetian Plain to the finish in the historic centre of Treviso, which is located around 30km to the north of Venice.
Along the road into Treviso, runners pass a number of magnificent old villas, before they run through Treviso's old town with its canals, waterwheels, churches, piazzas and palazzos.
In 2011, the winners were Ahmed Nasef of Morocco (2:13:57) and Italy's Martina Celi (2:36:14).
Race report and photos: 7. Treviso Marathon 2010
Venue (Map): Vittorio Veneto - Treviso
Date: 4 March 2012 (Sunday)
Race distance: 42.2km (AIMS/IAAF-certified)
Start: 9.45 in Vittorio Veneto
Entries: online (payment by credit card) or by post or fax (payment by bank transfer); entries close 25 Feb 2012; entrants must provide a medical certificate at registration
Entry fees: 28/34/38/48 euros (until 30 Oct 2011 / 31 Dec 2011 / 17 Feb 2012 / 25 Feb 2012)
Race centre: marathon expo in Treviso (Friday 2 March 13.00-21.00, Saturday 3 March 10.00-21.00)
You get: goody bag (to the first 4500 entries), timing chip, shuttle bus service from Treviso to Vittorio Veneto (before and after the race), transport of personal clothing from start to finish, finisher medal, massage service at the finish, pasta party after the race
Number of finishers 2011: 2203
Event website: www.trevisomarathon.com
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