Udine (Italy), Sunday 20 September 2015
The Maratonina Città di Udine features a flat and fast half marathon course which begins and ends on the stunningly beautiful Piazza Libertà in the historic centre of Udine, a city of about 100,000 people in the Friuli area in the north-east of Italy.
Last year, the half marathon had more than 1,200 finishers. Italy's elite marathon runner Ruggero Pertile won the men's race in a time of 1:04:48. Laila Soufyane was the fastest woman in 1:13:20.
The route, which is certified by FIDAL and IAAF, takes the runners around the city centre and through the densely populated area to the north of Udine.
In addtition to the half marathon, the event offers a 7.5km non-competitive fun run (StraUdine) and a 21.1km relay race (Staffetta 10k + 10k).
The time limit to complete the course is 2hr 45min for the half marathon and 1hr 15min for the StraUdine.
Race report, results and photos: Udine Half Marathon 2010
Venue (Map): Udine (77km from Trieste, 130km from Venice, 150km from Ljubljana, 160km from Klagenfurt)
Date: 20 September 2015 (Sunday)
- 21.1km (maratonina)
- 21.1km relay (‘Staffetta 10k + 10k’ — 9.4km + 11.7km)
- 7.5km (‘StraUdine’ non-competitive run)
Start (21km and relay): at 9.30 on Piazza Libertà
Start (7.5km): at 11.00 on Piazza Marconi
Finish: on Piazza Libertà
Race centre: on via Mercatovecchio (19 Sep 2015, 9.00-20.00; on the day 7.30-8.30)
Entries (21km): online or by fax, post, or e-mail; late entries on Saturday 19 September 2015; entrants must be registered with a recognized athletics club or they must provide a medical certificate at registration (extra fees apply, see event website)
Entry fees (21km): € 12/22/27/40 (up to 30 June/6 Sep/18 Sep/19 Sep 2015)
Entry fees (Staffetta 10k + 10k): € 20 per person (up to 12 Sep 2015)
Entry fees (7.5km): € 10 (up to 20 Sep 2015)
You get (21km): chip timing, a souvenir gift, medal, massage service, pasta party, showers, changing facilities, supervised bag storage
You get (7.5km): T-shirt
Prizes (21km): to the first 10 men and 10 women and to the first 3 in each category (prizes are not cumulative)
Number of finishers 2014: 1207 (21km), 21 relay teams
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