Jesenice (Slovenia), Saturday 21 March 2015

Stara Sava, Jesenice, Slovenia (Copyright © 2015 Hendrik Böttger / Run International EU)


The Pomladni tek (‘Spring Run’) is staged in the steel town of Jesenice which sits in the steep Upper Sava Valley in Slovenia's alpine Gorenjska region.

The event comprises a 10k race, a 3k fun run and children's races.

Starting and finishing at the protected Stara Sava ironworks complex (pictured), the 10k is an out-and-back run on asphalt roads along the valley.

Popular with local runners, cyclists and inline skaters all year round, the route is mostly flat and — for the time of the race — closed to traffic.


Country: Slovenia

Venue (Map): Jesenice (Villach 46km, Ljubljana 62km, Klagenfurt 67km, Udine 124km)

Date: 21 March 2015 (Saturday)

Race distance: 10km; 3km non-competitive fun run; children's races

Start time: 10.00 (children's races), 11.00 (10km), 11.05 (3km fun run)

Start and finish: at the Gornjesavski Muzej (Upper Sava Valley Museum) in the ‘Stara Sava’ complex

Race centre: in the start area (on the day 9.30-10.45)

Entries: by e-mail or phone (see event website); late entries on the day

Entry fees (children; 3km fun run): no entry fees

Entry fees (10km): € 10

You get (children): a medal and pancakes

You get (3km fun run): pancakes

You get (10km): T-shirt (not guaranteed for late entries); a meal, drinks

Prizes: to the first 3 in each category

Number of finishers 2014: 127 (10km), 112 (children's races)

Event website:


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