Sunday 15 November 2020
Held for the first time in 1969, the Maraton Dębno is Poland's oldest 42.195km marathon race.
It is a prestigious road running event that has attracted many international top runners, for instance England's Ron Hill who won the 1975 race in 2:12:35, or Christa Vahlensieck of Germany, the first woman winner in Dębno in 1979 (2:41:57).
Entries are limited to 2,700 runners, and the race usually fills up quickly.
The start and the finish are in the small town of Dębno which is situated in the West Pomerania Province near the border with Germany, approximately 110 kilometres from Berlin.
The route consists of four laps (two short loops and two long loops) through the town, through forests and rural areas and through the villages of Dargomyśl and Cychry.
The course is flat and fast and closed to traffic during the race, and it has been accurately measured and certified.
Map of the venue:
Number of finishers:
- 2019: 2,296
- 2018: 2,291
- 2017: 2,180
- 2016: 2,100
47. Maraton Dębno:
- Sunday 15 November 2020 (Postponed from 5 April 2020)
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