Terme Snovik (Slovenia), Sunday 1 December 2013

Miklavžev tek, finish at Sv. Miklavž, Slovenia (Copyright © 2013 Hendrik Böttger / runinternational.eu)


The Miklavžev tek (‘Nicholas Run’) is a 5.3km uphill race that is held annually in early December in the foothills of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps in northern Slovenia.

The route features approximately 300 metres of ascent.

Starting at the thermal spa of Terme Snovik, competitors run on a mix of asphalt roads and trails up to the church of Sveti Miklavž (Saint Nicholas) which stands at about 750 metres above sea level on top of a wooded hill.

After the race, participants get free entry to the thermal pools of Terme Snovik.

In 2012, the Miklavžev tek had almost 200 finishers. The winners were Slovenia's international elite athletes Mitja Kosovelj (20:57) and his sister Mateja (24:42).


Miklavžev tek, Terme Snovik, Slovenia (Copyright © 2013 Hendrik Böttger / Run International EU)


Country: Slovenia

Venue (Map): Terme Snovik (Kamnik 9km, Ljubljana 32km, Maribor 102km)

Date: 1 December 2013 (Sunday)

Race distance: 5.3km (+300m); children 1.4km (+90m)

Start: 10.00 at Terme Snovik (children start higher up the course)

Finish: at the church of Sv. Miklavž (Saint Nicholas)

Entries: online (up to 27 Nov 2013); late entries on the day (8.00-9.30); race limit 400 runners

Entry fees: € 10 (up to 27 Nov 2013); € 12 (on 1 Dec 2013)

You get: transport of personal clothing to the finish (at 9.30); T-shirt; snacks and drinks after the race; entry into the post-race prize drawing; free entry to the thermal pools of Terme Snovik

Prizes: to the first 5 M/F and to the first 3 in each category

Award ceremony: 12.15 at the finish

Number of finishers 2012: 198 (5.3km), 83 (1.4km)

Event website (in English and Slovene): St. Nicholas Race


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