Zagreb (Croatia), Sunday 6 July 2014
The Sljemenski maraton is a very challenging and unusual mountain running event that begins and ends at the radio transmission tower on Sljeme (1031m), the highest peak of Mount Medvednica which rises to the north of Croatia's capital Zagreb.
The event offers a 4km run, a 14km race, and a 42.2km marathon which consists of three laps. It's possible to form a team of three runners to run the marathon as a relay (3 x 14km). One member of each team must be of the opposite sex.
The route is a 14km loop on woodland trails. The first half is downhill, the second half uphill. Each lap includes 383m of descent and 383m of ascent!
You can get to Sljeme by car or public bus from Zagreb.
Venue (Map): Sljeme (Zagreb city centre 16km)
Date: 6 July 2014 (Sunday)
Race distance: 4km; 14km; 42.2km; 42.2km relay (3x14km; mixed teams only)
Start time: 10.30
Start and finish: at the radio transmission tower on the summit of Sljeme
Entries: online; late entries on the day
Entry fees (4km): 40 HRK
Entry fees (14km): 120 HRK (up to 20 June 2014); 140 HRK (up to 6 July 2014)
Entry fees (42km): 130 HRK (up to 20 June 2014); 150 HRK (up to 6 July 2014)
Entry fees (relay teams): 360 HRK (up to 20 June 2014); 420 HRK (up to 6 July 2014)
Exchange rate (June 2014): 100 HRK = ca. 13.20 EUR
Race centre: in the start area
You get (14km, 42km, relay): T-shirt, a mulltifunctional headwear (buff), a bag, finisher medal, lunch after the race,
Prizes: to the first 3 M/F in the marathon and to the first relay team
Number of finishers 2013: 24 (4km), 89 (14km), 75 (42km), 31 relay teams
Event website (in Croatian): Atletski klub Sljeme - Sljemenski maraton
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