Parndorf (Austria), Saturday 15 June 2013

Parndorf, Burgenland, Austria (Copyright © 2011 Hendrik Böttger /


Participants in the Parndorfer Strassenlauf 10k road race run three laps of a flat and fast, AIMS-certified course through Parndorf, a village of about 4000 people, situated in Austria's Burgenland state between Vienna, Bratislava and Lake Neusiedl.

The event also features a 3.3k run, a 6.6k team run, children's races, and a 6k nordic walking competition.

Over 320 runners from nine countries took part in the event last year. Elisha Kiprotich Sawe of Kenya won the 10k in a time of 30min 21sec. Fruszina Szekeresné Bakonyi of Hungary was the first woman across the line (38min 3sec).


Country: Austria

Venue (Map): Parndorf (Bratislava 33km, Vienna 45km, Brno 161km, Budapest 200km)

Date: 15 June 2013 (Saturday)

Race distance: 10km; 3.3km; children 1100m/400m; 6.6km team run (3 runners), 6km (nordic walking)

Start time: 9.00-9.20 (children); 9.30 (nordic walking); 9.45 (3.3km, 6.6km, 10km)

Start and finish: Kirchenplatz (in the centre of the village)

Entries: online or by fax (payment by bank transfer until 7 June 2013); late entries on the day

Entry fees (3.3km; 10km): € 13 (until 7 June 2013); € 16 (until 15 June 2013)

Entry fees (children): € 7 (until 7 June 2013); € 10 (until 15 June 2013)

Entry fees (nordic walking): € 7

Timing: ChampionChip (chip rental fees apply)

Race centre: at the start (from 7.30am)

You get: goodie bag to the first 300 entries; medal to all children (14 years and under)

Prizes: to the first 3 M/F (10km), to the first 3 in each category, and to the largest nordic walking group

Award ceremony: 12.00

Number of finishers 2012: 131 (10km), 36 (3.3km), 108 (children), 33 (6.6km), 14 (nordic walking)

Event website (in German):


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