Sunday 27 October 2019

Historic centre of Toruń, Poland (Author: Edyp at the Wikipedia project / public domain / photo modified by


Set in Toruń, a beautiful historic old city of about 200,000 people in Poland, the Toruń Maraton offers a 21.1km half marathon and a 42.2km marathon.

Formerly known as Maraton Toruński, it's a long-standing event that has been held every year since 1983.

Over the years, the race route has changed several times.

In 2018, a new marathon course was introduced, a mostly-flat single loop starting and finishing at the Arena Toruń, a modern multi-purpose arena that will host the 2021 European Athletics Indoor Championships.

Only the first five and the last five kilometres of the race are run within the city limits. For the most part, the route runs through forests, fields and villages north of Toruń.

The difference between the lowest and the highest point on the course is about 40 metres.


Map of the venue:


37. Toruń Maraton:


  • 27 October 2019 (Sunday)

 Race distance:

  • 21.1km półmaraton (half marathon)
  • 42.2km maraton (marathon)

Start time:

  • 9.00

Event website:


Number of finishers:

  • 2021:
    • 21.1km: 385
    • 42.2km: 317
  • 2020:
    • Event cancelled
  • 2019:
    • 21.1km: 412
    • 42.2km: 463
  • 2018:
    • 21.1km: 355
    • 42.2km: 516
  • 2017:
    • 21.1km: 361
    • 42.2km: 538


No guarantee is made as to the accuracy or thoroughness of the information on this page.