Bagnoli della Rosandra, Trieste (Italy), Saturday 18 May 2013

Trail Jamarun 2011, Annalisa Muran (Copyright © 2011


The Jamarun is a wonderful trail running race in the north-eastern corner of Italy — 13 kilometres long with 600 metres of ascent and 600 metres of descent.

The start and finish are on the main square of Bagnoli della Rosandra, a small village situated on the edge of the Adriatic port of Trieste, very close to the border with Slovenia.

Competitors run through the spectacular Val Rosandra gorge, up to the 400-metre high Karst Plateau, through a village in Slovenia, and then downhill to the finish.

Most of the race is on trails. A few short sections are on asphalt roads.

Last year, the Jamarun had 187 finishers. The race limit is 250 runners.


Jamarun, downhill into the Val Rosandra (Copyright © 2013 Hendrik Böttger, Run International EU)


Race report and photos: 2013, 2012, 2011


Country: Italy (parts of the course are in Slovenia)

Venue (Map): Bagnoli della Rosandra (Trieste 13km, Udine 87km, Ljubljana 97km)

Date: 18 May 2013 (Saturday)

Race distance: ca. 13km (+600m/-600m)

Start time: 16.00

Start and finish: Piazza di Bagnoli della Rosandra

Entries: by fax or e-mail (up to 17 May 2013); payment by bank transfer; late entries on the day (14.00-15.00); race limit: 250 runners

Entry fees: € 15 (up to 17 May 2013), € 20 (on 18 May 2013)

Race centre: on Piazza di Bagnoli della Rosandra, in the centre of the village (from 14.00)

You get: chip timing, two aid stations on the course and one at the finish, goodie bag, pasta party after the race

Prizes: product prizes to the best finishers

Award ceremony: 18.45

Number of finishers 2012: 187

Event website (in Italian):


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