The Tegernseelauf draws the crowds to the Tegernsee, a 6km-long lake that sits at the foot of the Alps in Germany's state of Bavaria.
Last year, more than 3,000 runners completed the half marathon course around the lake. Around 800 took part in the 10k race which is run out and back along the lake's eastern shore.
Starting and finishing in Gmund am Tegernsee, a small town at the northern tip of the lake, both races are run on asphalt roads. Some short sections are on gravel.
The 10k route is gently undulating. The half marathon route, however, is rather challenging as it features a couple of hills on the last five kilometres.
Update (7 July 2014):
The Tegernseelauf 2014 is sold out.
Venue (Map): Gmund am Tegernsee (Munich 47km, Innsbruck 98km, Salzburg 114km)
Date: 21 September 2014 (Sunday)
Race distance: 21.1km; 10km; 5km (children) 1.5km (children)
Start time: 10.30 (21km and 10km); 10.45 (5km); 10.55 (1.5km)
Start and finish: Bahnhofsplatz, Gmund am Tegernsee
Race centre: in the start/finish area (20 Sep 2014, 17.00-18.00; on the day 7.30-10.00)
Entries: online (up to 14 September 2014); entry limit: 5000 participants
Entry fees (10km): € 40
Entry fees (21km): € 46
Timekeeping: bibchip (included in the entry fees)
You get: technical T-shirt (to the first 4000 entrants); baggage storage; changing facilities in tents in the start area; showers in the 'Badepark Bad Wiessee' (7km from Gmund)
Prizes: to the best finishers and to the first 3 in each category
Number of finishers 2013: 3018 (21km), 780 (10km), 103 (5km), 111 (1.5km)
Event website (in German): www.tegernseelauf.de
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