Gorizia (Italy), Sunday 5 March 2017
The Maratonina Transfrontaliera Città di Gorizia features a gently-undulating and traffic-free half marathon course through two countries, Italy and Slovenia.
The race begins and ends in the Italian town of Gorizia, a very pleasant and pretty border town of about 35,000 people.
Approximately 9.5 kilometres of the race are run on Slovenian soil (through the towns of Šempeter and Nova Gorica).
Entrants to the 21.1km maratonina must be registered with an athletics club that is an affiliated member of an athletics federation (for instance the FIDAL in Italy, AZS in Slovenia, ÖLV in Austria, DLV in Germany, UKA in the United Kingdom, ...).
The non-competitive 7km "Stracittadina" fun run, which starts off five minutes after the half marathon, is open to everyone.
Last year, the half marathon had 648 finishers. The winners were Tamás Kovács of Hungary (1:06:12) and Sonja Roman of Slovenia (1:15:52). The time limit to complete the course is 2 hours 30 minutes.
Race report and photos:
Venue (Map): Gorizia (Udine 37km, Trieste 44km, Ljubljana 107km, Venezia 140km)
Date: 5 March 2017 (Sunday)
Start time and race distance:
- 9.30: 21.1km
- 9.35: 7km ("Stracittadina" non-competitive fun run)
Start and finish: Piazza Cesare Battisti (in the town centre of Gorizia)
Race centre: Unione Ginnastica Goriziana, Piazza Cesare Battisti (Saturday 15.00-18.00, on the day 7.30-9.15)
Entries (7km): in person in the race centre (on Saturday 4 March 2017 and on the day of the race (up to 9.30))
Entries (21km): online or by post, fax or e-mail; entries close on 2 March 2017, 9pm); no entries on the day; entrants must be registered with an athletics federation
Entry fees (7km):
- € 5 (on 4 March and 5 March 2017)
Entry fees (21km):
- € 18 (up to 31 December 2016)
- € 23 (up to 25 February 2017)
- € 28 (up to 2 March 2017)
You get (7km): T-shirt, pasta party after the race (from 11.30)
You get (21km): chip timing, long-sleeved technical T-shirt (to the first 800 entries), refreshments on the course, finisher medal, pasta party after the race (from 11.30), massage service
Timekeeping: Timing Data Service chip timing (included in the entry fees)
Prizes (21km): to the first 8 men and 5 women; to the first 3 men and 3 women from Italy; to the first 3 men and 3 women in each FIDAL category (prizes are not cumulative)
Showers, changing facilities, bag storage: yes
Award ceremony: 11.30 (21km overall), 12.00 (7km), 12.30 (21km age groups)
Number of finishers 2016: 648 (21km)
Event website (race information in Italian and Slovene):
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