Sunday 18 April 2021 - Postponed!
The Poznan Half Marathon (Polish: Poznań Półmaraton) in Poland is a massive road running event with more than 10,000 finishers each year.
It is held annually in the spring in Poznań, a dynamic and thriving city of over half a million people.
Poznań is not only an important trade centre on the railway line between Berlin and Warsaw, the city is also well known for its vibrant arts and culture scene.
Starting and ending at the Poznan International Fair (Międzynarodowe Targi Poznańskie, MTP, pictured above), which is near the central station in the city centre, the route loops, mainly on main roads, through western, southern and central parts of the city.
The course is a bit undulating. It has been accurately measured and certified by AIMS, IAAF and PZLA, the Polish Athletic Association.
The time limit to finish the race is three hours.
Map of the venue:
Number of finishers:
- 2020: Event cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak
- 2019: 10,285
- 2018: 10,983
- 2017: 10,398
- 2016: 11,347
13. Poznan Half Marathon:
- 18 April 2021 (Sunday) - Postponed to a later date!
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