Conegliano (Italy), Sunday 5 March 2017

Treviso Marathon, Italy - runners pass a villa on the road into the city centre of Treviso (Copyright © 2017 Hendrik Böttger /


The Treviso Marathon takes place in the Province of Treviso, not in the city of Treviso. Until 2015, the 42.2km marathon was held on a point-to-point course that finished in Treviso's Old Town. Now, the route does not visit the city any more.

Both races, the marathon and the half marathon, are single-loop courses that begin and end in the Prosecco-producing town of Conegliano which sits on the northern edge of the Pianura veneto-friulana, a vast plain in the north-eastern part of Italy.

The route runs through agricultural areas and villages south of Conegliano.

The Venetian-Friulian Plain slopes gently southward toward the Adriatic Sea, so the first half of the course is a bit downhill and the second half is uphill.

But the elevation change is just about 40 metres in the marathon and 30 metres in the half marathon, so we would call the route flat and fast.

In 2016, Yohannes Gebrekidan of Eritrea (2:17:30) and Marija Vrajić of Croatia (2:40:39) led a field of 1,180 marathon runners and 58 relay teams (3x14km) across the finish line. The half marathon had 973 finishers.

The time limit to complete the course is six hours for the marathon and three hours for the half.


Race report and photos. Treviso Marathon 2010


Country: Italy

Venue (Map): Conegliano (Treviso 28km, Venice 58km, Verona 135km, Trieste 140km)

Date: 5 March 2017 (Sunday)

Start time and race distance:

  • 9.40: 42.2km marathon
  • 9.50: 21.1km half marathon

Race centre: Expo Run, Conegliano (Friday 12.00-20.00, Saturday 10.00-20.00, on the day 7.30-9.20)

Entries: online or by fax or email; entries close 28 February 2017; entrants must be registered with a sports club that is affiliated to an athletics federation or they must provide a medical certificate and a FIDAL Runcard

Entry fees (21km): € 19 - € 35

Entry fees (42km): € 29 - € 50

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

You get: goodie bag, refreshments on the course, finisher medal, massage service after the race, a meal (pasta and beans) after the race

Showers, changing facilities, bag storage: yes

Prizes (21km): to the first 5 men and 5 women (Italian runners registered with FIDAL)

Prizes (42km): to the first 10 men and 10 women; to the first 3 men and 3 women from Italy

Number of finishers 2016: 973 (21km), 1180 (42km), 58 teams (3x14km)

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