9. Halbmarathon Kalterer See 2014

Lago di Caldaro (Italy), Sunday 30 March 2014

Kalterer See - Lago di Caldaro, Italy (Copyright © 2019 Anja Zechner / runinternational.eu)


The Mezza Maratona Lago di Caldaro is held every year at the end of March at Lake Kaltern in South Tyrol, an amazingly beautiful alpine province in the far north of Italy where native speakers of German and Italian live side by side.

Two race distances are on offer — the 21.1km half marathon (two laps around the lake) and the 10.55km ‘Corsa panoramica’ (one lap).

The route is certified, undulating, and very appealing as it runs all the way through orchards and vineyards and lovely scenery.

In 2013, the fastest half marathon finishers were Hannes Rungger (1:08:46) and Monica Carlin (1:25:03). The time limit to complete the course is 2hr 30min.


Remember that the night before the event the clocks jump one hour forward due to the start of 'European Summer Time', so don't be late!


Country: Italy

Venue (Map): Lago di Caldaro - Kalterer See (Bolzano 19km, Verona 141km, Innsbruck 151km)

Date: 30 March 2014 (Sunday)

Race distance: 21.1km half marathon; 10.55km ‘Corsa panoramica’ (competitive race); 10.55km ‘Gara non competitiva’ (non-competitive fun run)

Start time: 9.55 (10.5km handcyclists); 10.00 (21km); 10.05 (10.5km)

Start and finish: at the restaurant ‘Gretl am See’

Entries (21km, 10.5km race): online or by fax; late entries on 29 March 2014; no entries on the day; entrants may have to provide a medical certificate at registration and pay an extra € 7 if they are not members of an Italian athletics club

Entries (10.5km fun run): entries on the day (no timekeeping, no need for a medical certificate)

Entry fees (21km): € 25 (up to 24 March 2014), € 35 (up to 29 March 2014)

Entry fees (10.5km race): € 15 (up to 24 March 2014), € 20 (up to 29 March 2014)

Entry fees (10.5km fun run): € 15 (on 29/30 March 2014)

Race centre: at the start (Saturday 29 March 2014, 15.00-18.00; on the day 7.30-9.00)

You get (21km, 10.5km race): goodie bag; chip timing

Prizes (21km): product prizes to the first 10 M/F and to the first 3 in each category (prizes are not cumulative)

Prizes (10.5km race): product prizes to the first 10 M/F

Award ceremony: 14.00

Number of finishers 2013: 552 (21km), 189 (10.5km race), 5 (handcycling)

Event website (in German and Italian): www.kalterersee-halbmarathon.com


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