14° Soltn Maratonina in Montagna 2014
Jenesien-San Genesio (Italy), Sunday 28 September 2014
The Soltn Berghalbmarathon (‘Soltn Mountain Half Marathon’) is held annually in September on the beautiful Salten Plateau near the city of Bozen (Italian: Bolzano) in Italy's autonomous province of South Tyrol where most people speak German as a first language.
The course begins and ends at an elevation of 1226m in the village of Jenesien (Italian: San Genesio). The highest point on the course is at 1514m.
Overall, the route includes 520m of ascent and 520m of descent.
The race is run almost entirely on trails through lovely woods and mountain pastures. Only the first 2km are on asphalt roads.
Last year, more than 300 runners took part in the Soltn Berghalbmarathon. The winners were Gabriele Abate (1:15:30) and Antonella Confortola (1:27:34).
The time limit to finish the race is 2hr 50min.
Venue (Map): Jenesien/San Genesio (10km from Bolzano, 126km from Innsbruck, 165km from Verona)
Date: 28 September 2014 (Sunday)
Race distance: 21.1km; 21.1km relay (2 runners: 10.6km+10.5km); new: 12km "Just for Fun Lauf"
Start time: 10.00
Start and finish: at the football pitch Jenesien (1226m)
Race centre: in the start/finish area (on the day 8.00-9.30)
Entries: online or by fax or e-mail (up to 25 September 2014, 17.00hr); late entries on the day (8.00-9.00)
Entry fees (21km): € 20/25/30/35 (up to 31 July/14 Sep/25 Sep/28 Sep 2014)
Entry fees (relay teams): € 30/40/45/50 (up to 31 July/14 Sep/25 Sep/28 Sep 2014)
Entry fees (12km): € 20
You get: a souvenir gift; entry into the post-race prize drawing
Showers and changing facilities: yes
Prizes (21km): to the first 5 men and women and to the first 5 in each category
Award ceremony and prize drawing: at 14.00
Number of finishers 2013: 243 (21km); 41 relay teams
Event website (in German and Italian): www.soltnflitzer.it/halbmarathon
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