Belluno - Feltre (Italy), Sunday 24 March 2013

Belluno, Italy (Copyright © 2011 Hendrik Böttger /


The Belluno Feltre Run follows a scenic and challenging 30k point-to-point course along the Piave River Valley in the Veneto region in northern Italy.

The start is in the ancient town of Belluno (pictured) which sits at the foot of the Eastern Dolomites, around 100km north of Venice. The finish line is in the hill-top town of Feltre. The route is on undulating asphalt roads which are closed to traffic.

Entrants to the 30k race must provide a valid medical certificate at registration. Runners do not need it, however, for the 30k non-competitive run (without time-keeping), for the 3x10k relay race, or for the 14k nordic walking competition.

In 2012, the event drew approximately 1,200 runners and 300 nordic walkers. The 30k winners were Said Boudalia (1:36:55) and Giovanna Ricotta (1:51:23).


Country: Italy

Venue (Map): Belluno - Feltre

Date: 24 March 2013 (Sunday)

Race distance: 30km; 3x10km relay; 14km nordic walking

Start time: 10.00 (30km race); 10.05 (30km non-competitive run), 10.15 (3x10km relay)

Start (30km): Piazza dei Martiri, Belluno

Finish: in the town centre of Feltre

Entries (30km race): online; entry fees € 20/25/35 (until 31 Jan/17 Mar/21 Mar 2013); entries close 21 March 2013 at 18.00hrs; entrants must provide a medical certificate at registation and pay an additional € 7 if they are not members of an Italian athletics club

Entries (30km non-competitive run): entries online or in person in Belluno until 30 minutes before the start; entry fees € 15

Entries (3x10km relay): online; entry fees € 60/80/90 (until 31 Jan/17 Mar/21 Mar 2013); entries close 21 March 2013 at 18.00hrs

Race centre: in Belluno (23 March 2013, 9.00-19.00; on the day 7.00-9.30)

Chip timing: included in the entry fees (30km race, 3x10km relay, nordic walking)

You get: transport of personal clothing to the finish, bus service between start and finish (before and after the race), goodie bag, pasta party

Prizes (30km race): to the first 10 men and 5 women; category prizes

Prizes (3x10km relay): to the first 3 male, 3 female, and 3 mixed teams

Showers and changing facilities: near the finish

Number of finishers 2012: 599 (30km race), ca. 300 (30k non-competitive run), 101 relay teams, 345 (nordic walking)

Event website (in Italian):


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