Saturday 9 October 2021
The Weimarer Stadtlauf offers races for all ages:
- 400m - 2km Kinderläufe (children's races)
- 11km (two laps)
- 22km (four laps)
Held each October in Weimar, a town of about 65,000 people in Germany's state of Thüringen (Thuringia), the Stadtlauf (Town Run) is a very popular running event that attracts approximately 2,000 or more participants.
Thousands of spectators line the course every year as the event forms part of the annual Zwiebelmarkt (Onion Market) festival which has been held since 1653 and which draws approximately 300,000 visitors over three days.
Dubbed "Stadt der deutschen Klassik", Weimar boasts an immense cultural heritage. Many literary and artistic geniuses like Goethe and Schiller (pictured above), Cranach, Bach and Liszt worked there, and in 1919 the famous Bauhaus art school was founded in Weimar.
Starting on Goetheplatz, the Stadtlauf route is a gently-undulating 5.5km loop through Weimar's very pretty Altstadt (Old Town) and through the Park an der Ilm, an English-style park where runners pass Goethes Gartenhaus (pictured below).
The course is run on mixed surfaces (asphalt, granite setts, gravel paths).
Map of the venue:
Number of finishers:
- Event cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak
- 11km: 1,403
- 22km: 179
- 11km: 1,556
- 22km: 216
30. Weimarer Stadtlauf:
- 9 October 2021 (Saturday)
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