Saturday 21 March 2020 - Postponed due to coronavirus outbreak! New date: 24 October 2020
The Półmaraton Ślężański (Ślęża Half Marathon) is a road running event held each March in the Lower Silesia Province in Poland.
It's a hugely-popular event with a capacity of 5,000 runners, and entries may fill up well before the closing date.
Starting and ending in the small town of Sobótka, the route is a scenic loop around Mount Ślęża (718m, pictured), an ancient holy place for local tribes.
Nowadays, Ślęża is a protected area and a popular hiking destination.
The route runs through rural areas and woods and pretty villages. It has been certified by the Polish Athletic Association PZLA. But it's not flat at all. The difference between the lowest and the highest point on the course is 208 metres!
The time limit to finish the half marathon is three hours.
Map of the venue:
Number of finishers:
- 2019: 4,059
- 2018: 4,078
13. Półmaraton Ślężański:
- 21 March 2020 (Saturday) - Postponed due to coronavirus outbreak! New date: 24 October 2020
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