The Pečecká desítka is a popular 10k race that has been held every year since 1980 in Pečky, a small town of about 4,500 people, located near the town of Kolín in the Czech Republic, approximately 50km to the east of Prague.

Last year, almost 1,100 athletes finished the 10k race, 200 children took part in the kids' races through the ‘Park Svobody’, and 20 runners participated in the 1-mile fun run.

Starting and finishing at Pečky's fire station, the 10k route runs out and back through agricultural areas and through the village of Ratenice. The turning point is on the edge of the village of Cerhenice. The course is mostly flat.


Country: Czech Republic

Venue (Map): Pečky (Kolín 17km, Prague 50km, Brno 180km)

Date: 14 March 2015 (Saturday)

Race distance: 60m/200m/400m/800m/1609m (children's races); 1609m (1 mile); 10km

Start time: 8.30-10.00 (children's races); 10.10 (1 mile); 12.00 (10km)

Start and finish: at the fire station on ulice V.B.Třebízské in Pečky

Race centre: in the sports hall at Park Svobody (on the day 7.45-11.00)

Entries (children's races; 1 mile): entries on the day

Entries (10km): online; no entries on the day; race limit: 1300 runners

Entry fees (children's races): no entry fees

Entry fees (1 mile): 50 CZK

Entry fees (10km): 150/200/250 CZK (up to 20 January/1 March/after 1 March 2015)

Exchange rate: 100 CZK = ca. 3.60 EUR (January 2015)

You get (10km): Mizuno shirt (to the first 600 entries); certificate; entry into the prize drawing

Showers and changing facilities: yes

Prizes (10km): to the first 8 men and 6 women; category prizes

Number of finishers 2014: 200 (children's races), 20 (1 mile fun run), 1096 (10km)

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