34th Mohor Mountain Race 2014
Nemilje (Slovenia), Saturday 7 June 2014
Held in the wooded hills between Slovenia's capital Ljubljana and the Julian Alps, this mountain race (Slovene: gorski tek) features a 7km-long uphill course that includes about 450m of elevation gain from start to finish.
Starting in the hamlet of Nemilje near the town of Kranj, competitors run on mixed terrain (asphalt, gravel, and trails) to the finish line at the church of Sveti Mohor which stands at an elevation of 952m on top of a hill.
Amazing views (pictured above) open up as you approach the finish!
Last year, 86 runners finished the race, led home by Marjan Župančič (31:24) and Anica Klinar (41:12).
The event also offers children's races and a 7km bike race. Runners start off at 4pm, cyclists at 4.30pm.
The race ends at the church of Sveti Mohor.
- Nemilje (13km from Kranj, 37km from Ljubljana, 70km from Klagenfurt)
- 7 June 2014 (Saturday)
- 7km (+446m)
- children 440m/880m/1,320m
- 16.00-16.20: children's races
- 16.30: 7km runners
- 17.00: 7km cyclists
- Nemilje (506m)
- at the church of Sveti Mohor (952m)
- on the day at the start:
- runners: 14.30-15.45
- cyclists: 14.30-16.30
- children €5
- transport of personal clothing to the finish
- a souvenir gift
- a meal after the race
- entry into the post-race prize drawing
- trophies to the best finishers
- medals to the first 3 in each category
Number of finishers 2013:
- 7km: 86
- children: 51
Event website (in Slovene):
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