Trnava (Slovakia), Saturday 22 April 2017

The plague column on Trojičné námestie (Trinity Square) in Trnava, Slovakia (Copyright © 2016 Hendrik Böttger /


This City Run offers a flat and fast 10k race through Trnava, a very pleasant town of about 66,000 people, situated fifty kilometres from Slovakia's capital Bratislava.

Starting on Trojičné námestie, the main square in the heart of the old town (pictured above), the route runs through the historic centre with its many awe-inspiring churches, along the medieval town walls, through residential areas and around the former cukrovar, a sugar refinery which operated for 159 years until 2004:


Cukrovar, Trnava, Slovakia (Copyright © 2017 Hendrik Böttger /


Last year, Šimon Wahlandt (44min 44sec) and Jana Škanderová (40min 41sec) led a field of 453 runners across the finish line. The entry limit for 2017 has been set at 600 runners.


Country: Slovakia

Venue (Map): Trnava (50km from Bratislava, 116km from Vienna, 133km from Brno, 169km from Budapest)

Date: 22 April 2017 (Saturday)

Start time and race distance:

  • 13.00: 100m-200m-400m (children 15 years and under)
  • 14.00: 10km (runners born 2001 or earlier)

Time limit: 90 minutes

Start and finish: Trojičné námestie (Trinity Square)

Race centre: in the start/finish area (on the day 9.00-13.30)


  • children's races: entries on the day
  • 10km: online (up to 20 April 2017); late entries on the day if the entry limit of 600 runners has not been reached

Entry fees:

  • children's races: no entry fees
  • 10km: € 10

Timekeeping: VOS-TPK chip timing (included in the entry fees)

You get (10km): goodie bag, medal, drinks on the course and at the finish, snacks

Prizes: to the first three in each age group

Number of finishers 2016: 453 (312 men and 141 women)

Race information (in Slovak) and registration:


No guarantee is made as to the accuracy or thoroughness of the information on this page! Please visit the official event website to verify the above information.