Faak am See (Austria), Sunday 5 July 2015
Participants in the Faakerseelauf run either one lap (10.55km Panoramalauf) or two laps (21.1km Halbmarathon) around the Faaker See, a bathing lake in Austria's state of Kärnten, situated at the foot of the Karawanks mountain chain on the border with Slovenia.
The route is rather hilly (about 85m of ascent per lap).
Competitors run through lovely scenery and pretty villages, mostly on asphalt roads or cycleways. Approximately one kilometre of each lap is run on forest trails.
Last year, the Panoramalauf and the half marathon combined had 770 finishers.
Venue (Map): Faaker See (Villach 11km, Ljubljana 92km, Udine 131km, Vienna 360km)
Date: 5 July 2015 (Sunday)
Start time: 9.00
Race distance: 10.55km (Panoramalauf); 21.1km (Halbmarathon)
Start and finish: at the campsite Arneitz on the eastern shore of the lake
Race centre: Eventgelände Arneitz, Seeufer Landesstraße 53, 9583 Faak am See (Saturday 17.30-20.00; on the day 7.00-8.30)
Entries: online (up to 26 June 2015); late entries on Saturday 4 July and on the day of the race
Entry fees (10.5km): € 15/18/24 (up to 30 April/26 May/5 July 2015)
Entry fees (21km): € 20/24/30 (up to 30 April/26 May/5 July 2015)
‘Gäste Package’: reduced entry fees for runners who book accommodation in the region for at least one night
Timekeeping: ChampionChip — use your own chip or rent a GREEN-Chip (€ 3)
You get: goodie bag; fruit and drinks on the course and at the finish
Showers and changing facilities: Camping Arneitz
Number of finishers 2014: 532 (10.5km), 238 (21km)
Event website: www.faakerseelauf.at
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