Jesenice (Slovenia), Saturday 18 March 2017
The Pomladni tek (‘Spring Run’) is staged in the steel town of Jesenice in the Upper Sava Valley, a steep valley in the alpine Gorenjska region in Slovenia.
Last year, 112 runners took part in the 10k race. The winners were Janez Mulej (32:31) and Petra Pogačar (42:18). The children's races had 189 finishers.
Starting and finishing at the protected Stara Sava ironworks complex ...,
... the 10k race takes the runners on asphalt roads out and back along the valley.
A short portion of the course is on gravel.
The route, which is popular with local runners, cyclists and inline skaters all year round, is mainly flat. For the time of the race it is closed to traffic.
Venue (Map): Jesenice (Villach 46km, Ljubljana 62km, Klagenfurt 67km, Udine 124km)
Date: 18 March 2017 (Saturday)
Start time and race distance:
- 10.00: races for children and hobby runners
- 11.00: 10km
Start and finish: at the Gornjesavski Muzej (Upper Sava Valley Museum) in the Stara Sava complex
Entries: online (up to 10 March 2017); late entries on the day
Entry fees (children's races): no entry fees
Entry fees (10km): € 8 (up to 10 March 2017), € 10 (on 18 March 2017)
You get (children): a medal and "a sweet surprise"
You get (10km): a souvenir gift, a meal
Prizes: trophies/medals/product prizes to the first three men and women and to the first three in each age group
Number of finishers 2016: 189 (children's races), 112 (10km)
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.