Park Stromovka, Prague, Czech Republic (Author: User: Dareba / / public domain / photo modified by


The Pražský maraton is a marathon running event in Prague, Czech Republic.

Held for the first time in 1963, it is the oldest marathon race in Bohemia. The Prague Marathon was established in 1995, thirty-two years after the Pražský maraton.

Starting on the athletics track of the Stadion PSK Olymp Praha, competitors run eight laps (8 x 5,274m) of a flat course through Stromovka, Prague's largest public park, located in the district of Praha 7 (Bubeneč) in the northern part of the city.

Also known as Královská obora (‘Royal Game Reserve’), Stromovka is an English-style park that is protected as a natural and cultural monument.

The 42.2km race is open to individual runners and relay teams of either four or eight runners.

Since 2021, the event also offers a half marathon option (four laps).


Update 2022:

The event has been cancelled and will not be held any more in the future.


Map of the venue:


58. Pražský maraton:


  • 30 October 2022 (Sunday) - Event cancelled!

Event website:


Number of finishers:

  • 2021:
    • 21.1km: 25
    • 42.2km: 96
    • 42.2km relay: 4 teams
  • 2020:
    • Event cancelled
  • 2019:
    • 42.2km: 127
    • 42.2km relay: 6 teams
  • 2018:
    • 42.2km: 216
    • 42.2km relay: 7 teams
  • 2017:
    • 42.2km: 159
    • 42.2km relay: 7 teams
  • 2016:
    • 42.2km: 157
    • 42.2km relay: 8 teams


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