9. Półmaraton Warszawski 2014

Warsaw (Poland), Sunday 30 March 2014

Krakowskie Przedmieście Royal Avenue, Warsaw, Poland (Author: Slawk L / commons.wikimedia.org / Public Domain / photo cropped by runinternational.eu)


Organized by the Warsaw Marathon Foundation, the Półmaraton Warszawski is a massive event with more than 10,000 finishers last year.

The start/finish area is at Poland's new National Stadium. The race takes runners along the ‘Royal Route’ which passes many of Warsaw's historic sights (pictured), along the River Vistula, and around the magnificent Łazienki Park.

In 2013, the fastest finishers were Martin Mukule of Kenya (1:02:47) and Olga Kalendarova-Ochal of Poland (1:14:01).


Country: Poland

Venue (Map): Warsaw

Date: 30 March 2014 (Sunday)

Race distance: 21.1km (IAAF-certified)

Start time: 10.00 (Remember that on the day of the race at 2am the clocks jump one hour forward due to the start of 'European Summer Time', so don't be late!)

Start and finish: at the National Stadium (Stadion Narodowy)

Entries: online (up to 26 March 2014) or by post; payment by credit card or bank transfer; late entries in the race centre (up to 29 March 2014)

Entry fees: 80/120/160 PLN (up to 28 February/26 March/29 March 2014)

Exchange rate: 100 PLN = ca. 24 EUR (November 2013)

You get: T-shirt, chip timing, finisher medal, massage service; free accommodation option in a gym (before the race; on reservation)

Showers, changing facilities, baggage storage: yes

Prizes: to the first 3 men and women, to the first 3 in each category, and to the best 3 teams

Number of finishers 2013: 10,077

Event website (in Polish and English): www.polmaratonwarszawski.pl


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