Zagreb (Croatia), Saturday 26 August 2017
The Noćni Maraton (Night Marathon) in Zagreb is Croatia's quickest-growing running event — 468 finishers in 2014, 988 finishers in 2015, and then 1,446 finishers in 2016.
The entry limit for the fourth edition of the Night Marathon has been set at 2,000 runners, so you'd better register soon if you think about taking part in one of these races:
||No. of finishers 2016
||No. of finishers 2017|
|4.2km (1/10 marathon)||231||347|
|10.55km (1/4 marathon)||708||790|
|21.1km (1/2 marathon)||341||335|
|31.65km (3/4 marathon)||100||116|
All races begin and end at Bundek, a lake on the right bank of the Sava which flows from west to east through the southern part of the city.
The route is a 10.55km-long loop along both banks of the river. So, the half marathon is two laps, the three-quarter marathon is three laps, and the full marathon is four laps.
The majority of the route is on gravel paths which are flat and smooth and illuminated during the race.
Race information: 4. Noćni Maraton 2017
Venue (Map): Bundek, Zagreb
Date: 26 August 2017 (Saturday)
Start time: to be announced
Start and finish: at Lake Bundek in Park Bundek, Novi Zagreb, Zagreb
Entry limit: 2,000 runners
Entry fees (4.2km):
- HRK 60 (up to 19 June 2017)
- HRK 80 (up to 19 July 2017)
- HRK 100 (up to 10 August 2017)
Entry fees (10.55km, 21.1km, 31.65km, 42.2km):
- HRK 125 (up to 19 June 2017)
- HRK 155 (up to 19 July 2017)
- HRK 185 (up to 10 August 2017)
Exchange rate: HRK 100 = ca. € 13.50 (June 2017)
Timekeeping: bib chip timing (included in the entry fees)
You get: LED wristband (not for 4.2km runners); technical T-shirt, silicone wristband, finisher medal, fruit and drinks on the course and at the finish
Bag storage: yes
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