Senftenberg (Germany), Saturday 12 July 2014

Lausitzer Seenland, Germany (Source: Peter Radke / Author: LMBV / / public domain / photo modified by


The Lausitzer Seenland 100 offers a summer weekend of sports for runners, walkers, cyclists, swimmers, inline skaters, and kickbike riders.

The event is held in the Lausitzer Seenland (Lusatian Lakeland), a former East German coal mining area which is being transformed into Europe's largest artificial lakeland region.

Runners can choose between various flat road races for all ages and abilities, from a 400m run for children up to the 42.2km marathon.

All races are run out and back, except for the half marathon which is a point-to-point run. The start/finish area is at the brand-new marina of Senftenberg, an old town of 25,000 people, situated on the shores of the Senftenberger See.

In 2013, the event welcomed more than 2000 participants.


Country: Germany

Venue (Map): Senftenberg (64km from Dresden, 136km from Berlin, 222km from Prague, 256km from Wrocław)

Date: 12 July 2014 (Saturday)

Race distance: 400m (children); 2km, 5km, 10km, 21.1km, 42.2km

Start time: 17.00 (42km); 18.00 (400m); 19.00 (10km, 21km); 19.05 (5km); 19.10 (2km)

Start and finish: Stadthafen Senftenberg (the half marathon start is at the northern shore of the Sedlitzer See)

Entries: online or by post; payment by bank transfer (participants from outside Germany can pay the entry fees on the day in cash); late entries on the day (until 90min before the start)

Entry fees (5km): €9 (up to 6 July 2014)

Entry fees (10km): €13/14/15 (up to 3 April/1 July/6 July 2014)

Entry fees (21km): €24/26/30 (up to 3 April/1 July/6 July 2014)

Entry fees (42km): €34/39/44 (up to 3 April/1 July/6 July 2014)

Timing: Lausitz Timing — €20 deposit for the timing chip (fully refundable)

Race centre: Stadthafen Senftenberg (on the day 15.00-19.00)

You get: chip timing, finisher medal, certificate; shuttle bus service for half marathon runners; free camping in Kleinkoschen

Prizes: trophies to the first 3 M/F

Number of finishers 2013: 24 (400m), 28 (2km), 91 (5km), 143 (10km), 177 (21km), 96 (42km)

Event website (in German):


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