Vienna (Austria), Tuesday 29 September 2015
With almost 16,000 finishers last year, the Vienna Night Run is one of Central Europe's largest 5k races.
The route is one loop around the city centre.
Starting at the magnificent Hofburg (Court Palace), the race follows the imperial Ringstraße which is home to many of Vienna's grandest buildings, including the Austrian Parliament, the State Opera, and the Burgtheater.
In 2014, the fastest finishers were Lemawork Ketema (13min 45sec) and Nada Ina Pauer (16min 7sec).
Runners will pass the Burgtheater on Ringstraße.
Race information: Vienna Night Run 2015:
Venue (Map): Ringstraße, Vienna
Date: 29 September 2015 (Tuesday)
Race distance: 5km
Start time: 19.45 (handcyclists), 19.50-20.50 (runners: start in four waves), 20.55 (athletes with special needs), 21.00 (nordic walkers)
Start area: Burgring (near Heldenplatz)
Finish area: Opernring (near Burggarten)
Race centre: in a tent on Heldenplatz (Sunday 10.00-17.00; Monday 9.00-20.00)
Entries: online (up to 23 September 2015); late entries on 27 and 28 September 2015
Entry fees: € 24/27/30/33/36 (up to 31 March/30 June/31 Aug/13 Sep/23 Sep 2015)
Timekeeping: bibchip timing (included in the entry fees)
You get: long-sleeved technical T-shirt, clothing storage (in provided bags), water in the finish area
Number of finishers 2014: 15336 runners and 601 nordic walkers
Event website: viennanightrun.at
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