31. Grenzlauf 2015

Kruså (Denmark), Saturday 19 September 2015

Skomagerhus border crossing between Denmark and Germany (Author: Moonwalker74 at German Wikipedia / public domain / photo modified by runinternational.eu)


Approximately 1,300 runners took part in last year's Grænseløbet (German: Grenzlauf) in Kruså, a Danish village on the Denmark-Germany border.

Two races are on offer: 5.15km and 11.7km. Both routes are undulating on mixed terrain (asphalt, gravel and trails), mostly through woods and farmland.

The 5.15km run is held entirely on Danish soil whereas the 11.7km race takes the runners across a footbridge (pictured) into Germany and then, after about two kilometres, through another border crossing back into Denmark.

Entrants to the 11.7km cross-border run must provide their passport details at registration. It is not necessary to carry the passport with you during the race.


Country: Denmark

Venue (Map): Kruså (8km from Flensburg, 164km from Hamburg, 305km from Copenhagen)

Date: 19 September 2015 (Saturday)

Race distance: 5.15km, 11.7km

Start time: 14.00

Start and finish: at the Grænsehallerne, Harkærvej, 6340 Kruså

Race centre: Grænsehallerne, Harkærvej, 6340 Kruså (on the day from 11.00)

Entries: online (up to 13 Sep 2015); late entries on the day (up to 13.00)

Entry fees (up to 13 Sep 2015): 110 DKK or 15 EUR

Entry fees (up to 19 Sep 2015): 130 DKK or 18 EUR

Timekeeping: Sportstiming bib chip timing (included in the entry fees)

You get: entry into the prize drawing, supervised bag storage, changing facilities

Prizes: to the first 3 M/F, to the best teams, to the largest group

Number of finishers 2014: 768 (5.15km), 505 (11.7km),

Event website (in Danish and German): www.graenseloebet.dk


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