Sunday 26 April 2020 - Cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak!
The Półmaraton Henrykowski is a half marathon road race held annually since 2012 in the Lower Silesia Province in Poland.
The route begins and ends in the village of Henryków which has been named after Duke Henry the Bearded who in the year 1222 authorized the founding of an enormous Cistercian abbey in the village, the Klasztor Henryków (pictured).
Starting at the railway station and finishing at the monastery (approximately two kilometres from the start), the route is a very hilly (almost 200 metres of ascent) and scenic loop through farmland, woods and a string of little villages.
The course has been certified by PZLA, the Polish Athletic Association.
In addition to the half marathon, the event offers a 10k race (with 50 metres of ascent) and a kids' run.
Map of the venue:
Number of finishers:
- 10km: 113
- 21.1km: 114
- 10km: 95
- 21.1km: 190
9. Półmaraton Henrykowski:
- 26 April 2020 (Sunday) - Cancelled!
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