Bratislava (Slovakia), Saturday 13 September 2014
The Night Run in Slovakia's capital Bratislava is a hugely popular running event with 3550 finishers last year. The event accepts not more than 4000 entries.
Previously, the race was 9km long. This year, it will be 10km, starting at 8pm at the modern Eurovea multi-purpose centre, which is situated approximately 1km east of the city centre on the River Danube.
The route consists of a 4km-loop through the port area in the eastern part of the city, followed by a 6km-loop which takes the runners through the Old Town, through the tunnel under the imposing Bratislava Castle, and along the Danube.
Venue (Map): Bratislava (Vienna 65km, Budapest 200km, Prague 330km)
Date: 13 September 2014 (Saturday)
Race distance: 10km
Start time: 20.00
Start and finish: Eurovea, Pribinova ulica (Pribinova Street)
Entries: online (up to 4 Sep 2014) or in person in Bratislava (from 5 Sep up to 13 Sep 2014); entry limit: 4000 runners
Entry fees: € 14 (for the first 2000 entries), € 16 (for the next 2000 entries)
Timekeeping: VOS-TPK bib chip timing (included in the entry fees)
You get: finisher medal, a photo (by e-mail), entry into the post-race prize drawing; entrants can order a technical T-shirt for € 18
Changing facilities, baggage storage: yes
Prizes: to the first three men and women; category prizes
Award ceremony and prize drawing: ca. 21.30
Number of finishers 2013: 3550 (2343 men, 1207 women)
Event website (in Slovak, English and German): bratislavamarathon.com