23-24 April 2022
Held annually since 2002 in Poland's ancient capital of Kraków (also known as Cracow), a lively and beautiful city with a population of about 770,000, the Cracovia Maraton takes place over a weekend in April and features four races:
- 42.195km Cracovia Maraton na Rolkach (inline skating marathon)
- 4.2km Mini Cracovia Maraton (4.2k run)
- 10km Bieg Nocny (10k night run)
- 42.195km Cracovia Maraton (marathon)
The marathon attracts an international crowd of more than 5,000 runners. The start and the finish are on Rynek Głowny, Europe's largest medieval town square, and a real showpiece of a square.
The route is a certified and mostly-flat single-loop course through the city centre, along both banks of the Wisła river and through Nowa Huta, a model socialist district in the eastern part of Kraków.
Map of the venue:
Number of marathon finishers:
- 2021: Event cancelled
- 2020: Event cancelled
- 2019: 5,184
- 2018: 5,630
- 2017: 5,615
- 2016: 5,552
19. Cracovia Maraton:
- 23-24 April 2022
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