Ilirska Bistrica (Slovenia), Saturday 4 June 2016
Participants in the Bistrški tek run 10 kilometres on gravel roads through pine forests and beautiful open grassland in Slovenia's Notranjska (Inner Carniola) region, a densely-wooded region that is best known for its gigantic karst caves.
The race begins and ends at the Črne Njive bar in the forested hills above the town of Ilirska Bistrica which lies on the road from Slovenia's capital Ljubljana to the port of Rijeka in Croatia.
The route is very challenging as it climbs approximately 150 metres over the first four kilometres. After that, it's mostly downhill.
Last year, 95 runners took part in the race. The fastest finishers were Emil Pašič (37:14) and Sergeja Lipušček (43:00).
- 4 June 2016 (Saturday)
- ‘Bar Črne njive’, Ilirska Bistrica (29km from Postojna, 40km from Rijeka, 52km from Trieste, 76km from Ljubljana)
- 300m-2000m children's races
- 14.00: children's races
- 17.00: 10km
Start and finish:
- ‘Bar Črne Njive‘ (ca. 3km uphill from the town centre of Ilirska Bistrica, past the church and the quarry)
- by e-mail or phone (with payment by bank transfer up to 30 May 2016)
- late entries on the day (up to 30 minutes before the start)
Entry fees (children's races):
Entry fees (10km):
- €8 (up 30 May 2016)
- €10 (up to 4 June 2016)
- a souvenir gift
- drinks on the course and at the finish
- a meal after the race
- prize money to the fastest man and woman
- trophies and souvenirs to the best finishers
- medals to the first 3 in each age group
- at 18.30 (ca.)
Number of finishers 2015:
- 10km: 95
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