5-6 October 2019

Jerzy Ziętek Rondo and Spodek Arena, Katowice, Poland (Author: Antekbojar / commons.wikimedia.org / CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication / photo modified by runinternational.eu)


The Silesia Marathon is a road running event held annually over an autumn weekend in the Upper Silesian urban area, a conurbation of more than 2.5 million people in the Silesia region in Poland.

Four race options are available:

  • Saturday:
    • 4.5km Mini Silesia Marathon
  • Sunday:
    • 21.1km Silesia Półmaraton
    • 42.2km Silesia Marathon
    • 50km Ultra Silesia Marathon

All races begin at Stadion Śląski (Silesian Stadium), a modern 55,000-seat stadium in the city of Chorzów. The finish line is on the athletics track inside the stadium.

The 4.5km route takes the runners through the vast Park Śląski (Silesian Park), one of Europe's largest city parks.

The longer races are undulating and varied single-loop courses through a mix of urban and green areas in four cities: Katowice (the biggest city in the Silesian Metropolis), Mysłowice, Siemianowice Śląskie and Chorzów.

Both the marathon and the half marathon route have been certified by IAAF and PZLA, the Polish Athletic Association.

The 50k ultramarathon is a new event. In 2019, it will be held for the first time.


Map of the venue:


Number of finishers:

  4.2km 21.1km 42.2km
2018 1,445 3,008 2,092
2017 1,383 2,895 1,810
2016 1,446 1,749 1,451



  • 5-6 October 2019

Event website:

Silesia Marathon - Event website: silesiamarathon.pl


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