Cervignano del Friuli (Italy), Sunday 11 December 2016
The Dicembrina Cervignanese is a non-competitive event that is held annually in December in Cervignano del Friuli, an old town of about 11,000 people, founded by the Romans in the year 181 BC on the Bassa Friulana Plain in the north-east of Italy, approximately 17km from the Adriatic Sea.
More than 650 runners and walkers took part in the the 25th edition of the event in 2015.
Three very flat routes are on offer — 6km, 12km and 21km long.
Starting and finishing at Cervignano's football stadium on the edge of town, all routes run on mixed terrain (asphalt roads, gravel roads and trails) through farmland and vineyards and through the lovely park of the Villa Chiozza which is home to many exotic plants (pictured above).
The 12km and 21km routes also take the runners through rural areas and villages to the east of Cervignano.
Venue (Map): Cervignano del Friuli (Palmanova 12km, Grado 17km, Udine 31km, Trieste 47km)
Date: 11 December 2016 (Sunday)
Routes: 6km, 12km, 21km
Start time: 9.00 (until 10.00)
Start and finish: at the Stadio Comunale, Piazzale Lancieri d'Aosta, Cervignano del Friuli
Entries: in the start area (on the day from 8.30)
Entry fees: € 3 (€ 2.50 for FIASP members)
You get: snacks and drinks on the course and at the finish
Prizes: to the largest groups
Number of participants 2015: 654
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