Zagreb (Croatia), Sunday 3 April 2016

Ban Jelačić Square, Zagreb, Croatia (Copyright © 2014 Hendrik Böttger /


The 61.35km Supermaraton from Croatia's capital Zagreb to the old town of Čazma is one of Croatia's oldest and most prestigious running events.

Held since 1976, the race has attracted a large number of Central and Eastern Europe's best ultra marathon runners, most notably from Hungary, Russia, Ukraine and Poland.

Starting at the Ban Jelačić statue on Zagreb's main square (pictured), the first 27km are run on a busy main road which is not closed to traffic.

The second half of the race is run on much quieter roads through rolling rural countryside. The final kilometre is uphill as the finish line is at Čazma's imposing Romanesque 13th-century church which stands on top of a hill.

Last year, the Supermaraton had 80 finishers. The winners were Robert Radojković of Croatia (3:54:35) and Neža Mravlje of Slovenia (4:18:48).

The time limit to complete the course is seven hours.


Country: Croatia

Venue (Map): Zagreb - Čazma

Date: 3 April 2016 (Sunday)

Race distance: 61.35km

Start: at 8.00 on Trg bana Jelačića (Ban Jelačić Square) in Zagreb

Finish: in the town centre of Čazma

Entries: online; entries close 29 March 2016; no entries on the day

Entry fees: no entry fees

You get: transport of personal clothing to the finish, finisher medal, certificate, a meal after the race, bus service from Čazma back to Zagreb after the race

Prizes: to the first 3 men and women and to the fastest finishers in each age group

Award ceremony: at 15.30 in Čazma

Number of finishers 2015: 80

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