Szczecin (Poland), Sunday 26 June 2016

The port of Szczecin, Poland (Author: Kapitel / / Public Domain / photo cropped by


The Maraton Szczeciński is held in the port of Szczecin, Pomerania's largest city with a population of more than 400,000.

Szczecin (German: Stettin) is situated in the Odra river delta in the far north-west of Poland, near the border with Germany.

In 2015, two local runners, Bartosz Jurgiewicz (2:36:52) and Ewa Huryń (3:09:18), won the first edition of the Maraton Szczeciński. The race had almost 900 finishers.

Starting at the Azoty Arena, a brand-new 5,400-seat indoor arena in the north-western part of the city, the 42.195km marathon features an undulating single loop course which is certified by the Polish Athletic Association PZLA.

The route runs through residential, commercial, industrial and green areas, and it passes many of Szczecin's sights.

The first part of the race runs through the city centre and then across three arms of the Odra to the south-eastern part of Szczecin. From there, competitors run back to the city centre, northwards through the harbour (pictured) and home to the finish line at the Azoty Arena.

In addition to the marathon the event features a kids' race and a 4.2km fun run.


Country: Poland

Venue (Map): Szczecin (Berlin 142km, Poznań 241km, Hamburg 375km, Warsaw 569km)

Date: 26 June 2016 (Sunday)

Race distance: 42.195km marathon (certified by PZLA)

Start time: 9.00

Time limit: 6 hours

Start and finish: Azoty Arena, ul. Władysława Szafera 3/5/7, 71-245 Szczecin

Race centre: Azoty Arena (Saturday 10.00-21.00; on the day 6.00-8.00)

Entries: online (up to 10 June 2016); late entries on Saturday 25 June 2016 (late entry limit: 30 runners); no entries on the day

Entry fees: PLN 80/100/150/200 (up to 17 April/25 May/12 June/25 June 2016)

Exchange rate: PLN 100 = ca. EUR 23 (February 2016)

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

You get: technical T-shirt (not guaranteed for entries after 10 June 2016), fruit and drinks on the course, medal, pasta party, supervised bag storage; free accommodation option in a sports hall before the race (on reservation)

Showers and changing facilities: yes

Prizes: to the first 6 men and women; to the first 3 in each age group; category and team prizes

Number of finishers 2015: 889

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