27th ‘Half Marathon Ivan Starek’ 2013

Zagreb (Croatia), Sunday 17 November 2013

Polumaraton Ivan Starek, Lake Jarun, Zagreb, Croatia (Copyright © 2011 runinternational.eu)


The Polumaraton Ivan Starek in Croatia's capital Zagreb features a pancake-flat, traffic-free, and certified half marathon course.

The route consists of three laps around Lake Jarun which is situated in the south-western part of the city. Created for the Summer Universiade 1987, Jarun is home to a rowing regatta course, sports facilities, shingle beaches, cafés and bars.

Competitors run on the road that encircles the lake. The first lap includes a detour to the ‘Island of the Croatian Youth’.

Last year, the half marathon had almost 400 finishers. About 150 runners took part in the supporting 5k race.


Race report, results and photos: 25. Polumaraton Ivan Starek 2011


Country: Croatia

Venue (Map): Lake Jarun, Zagreb

Date: 17 November 2013 (Sunday)

Race distance: 5km; 21.1km

Start time: 10.50 (5km); 11.00 (21km)

Start and finish: at the rowing centre at the western end of the lake

Entries: in person in the start/finish area (Saturday 16 Nov 12.00-15.00; on the day 8.30-10.30)

Entry fees (5km): 30 HRK (ca. 4 EUR)

Entry fees (21km): 100 HRK (ca. 13 EUR)

Prizes (5km): to the first 3 in each category

Prizes (21km): to the first 3 M/F and to the first 3 in each category

Showers and changing facilities: in the rowing centre

Number of finishers 2012: 146 (5km), 393 (21km)


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