2nd Radoboj Marathon

A marathon doesn't need to be 42.195km long in the Zagorje in northern Croatia, a delightful area of wooded hills, lush vineyards, cornfields, vegetable plots, old cottages and the odd castle.

This race features a course of 18.77km. The route is quite challenging as it's very hilly and some climbs are pretty steep. About 80 per cent of the course is on asphalt roads. Some sections are on dirt roads and trails which can get a bit slippery in case of rain. You can expect drinks stations every 4km.

It's a small event without any entry fees but with many prizes and presents, and after the race all runners will come together for a ‘hunter's goulash’.

Radoboj is a village situated 5km from the town of Krapina, which is on the motorway Maribor-Zagreb.

In 2008, the course was about 3.5km shorter. The winners were Dražen Dinjar and Dubravka Šimetski Samoblec.


Country: Croatia

Venue (Map): Radoboj (5km from Krapina, 60km from Zagreb, 62km from Maribor, 111km from Nagykanizsa)

Date: 18 October 2009 (Sunday)

Race distance: 18.77km

Start time: 13.00

Start and finish: in the centre of Radoboj

Entries: in person on the day of the event

Entry fees: no entry fees!

Race centre: school sports hall Radoboj (from 11.30 to 12.45)

You get: goody bag with souvenirs from Radoboj; T-Shirt; goulash and drinks after the race

Prizes: to the first 5 M/F; category prizes: medals and presents

Presentation: at 16.30

Number of finishers 2008: 45

Event details (in Croatian): utrke.net


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