‘Baltic Sea Run’ 2015

Timmendorfer Strand (Germany), Sunday 22 March 2015

Seebrücke, Timmendorfer Strand, Germany (Copyright © 2014 Hendrik Böttger / Run International EU)


Held on a flat, accurately-measured, and very scenic course along the Bay of Lübeck on Germany's Baltic coast, the Ostseelauf draws approximately 1500 participants.

Entrants can choose between the 5k, the 10k, or the half marathon (two laps). Children run one nautical mile (1852 metres).

The start/finish area is at the ‘Seebrücke’ pier of Timmendorfer Strand, one of Germany's most popular beach resorts (pictured).

All races are run out and back the beach promenade (partly on gravel and partly on asphalt) between the fishing village of Niendorf and the resort of Scharbeutz.


Country: Germany

Venue (Map): Timmendorfer Strand (Lübeck 20km, Kiel 67km, Hamburg 80km)

Date: 22 March 2015 (Sunday)

Routes: 1.852km (children 8-13 years); 5km (run and nordic walking); 10km; 21.1km

Start time: 9.30 (10km); 10.50 (5km run); 11.00 (21km), 13.00 (5km nordic walking), 14.00 (1.85km)

Start and finish: Seebrückenvorplatz (at the pier)

Race centre: Trinkkurhalle (near the start/finish area): Saturday 17.00-19.00; on the day from 8.00

Route: course map

Entries: online; entries close 18 March 2015 or when the entry limit has been reached (10km: 800 runners; 21km: 800 runners); late entries on Saturday 21 March 2015; no entries on the day; reduced entry fees for young athletes

Entry fees (1.85km): € 4 (up to 18 March 2015); € 7 (on 21 March 2015)

Entry fees (5km): € 9 (up to 18 March 2015); € 12 (on 21 March 2015)

Entry fees (10km): € 12 (up to 18 March 2015); € 15 (on 21 March 2015)

Entry fees (21km): € 14 (up to 18 March 2015); € 17 (on 21 March 2015)

Timekeeping: STGK chip timing (included in the entry fees)

You get: drinks on the course and at the finish; entrants can order a technical T-shirt for the price of € 13

Showers and changing facilities: Sporthalle Strand-Arena (at the P2 car park)

Prizes: to the first 3 M/F (5km, 10km, 21km) and to the first 3 in each category (1.85km, 10km, 21km)

Award ceremony: 11.15 (10km: top 3), 11.40 (5km run: top 3); 11.45 (10km: categories), 13.30 (21km), 13.45 (5km nordic walking), 14.15 (1.85km)

Number of finishers 2014: 102 (1.85km), 346 (5km), 577 (10km), 422 (21km)

Event website (in German): Ostseelauf


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