11th Parndorf Road Race 2010

Parndorf (Austria), Saturday 19 June 2010

Parndorf, Burgenland, Austria (Copyright © 2011 Hendrik Böttger / runinternational.eu)


Parndorf is a village in the low-lying Burgenland province in the far east of Austria, located just about 10 kilometres from the northern shore of Lake Neusiedl.

Day-tripping shopaholics and bargain hunters from Vienna, Hungary and Slovakia know it as the home of the huge "Designer Outlet Parndorf" with 150 shops.

Runners like to go there for the fast 10k road race, held in June on a certified 3.3km course through the village. The race consists of three laps.

In 2009, Ashenafi Erkolo of Ethiopia, who is based in Hungary, won the race in a time of 31:34, missing the course record by 15 seconds. Slovakia's Dana Janeckova led the women home in 37:26. She also holds the course record (36:20).


Country: Austria

Venue (Map): Parndorf (Bratislava 33km, Vienna 48km, Győr 76km)

Date: 19 June 2010 (Saturday)

Distance: 10km (AIMS-certified), 3.35km ("Volkslauf"), 0.4/1.1km (14yrs and under); 6km (nordic walking)

Start time: 9.00 (children); 9.30 (nordic walking); 9.45 (3.3km, 10km)

Start and finish: Kirchenplatz in Parndorf

Entries: online (payment by bank transfer until 11 June); late entries on the day

Entry fees (3.3km, 10km): 11/13 EUR (until 11 June/late entries)

Entry fees (14 years and under): 5/7 EUR

Entry fees (nordic walking): 5 EUR

Race centre: at the start (from 7.30am)

You get: goody bag to the first 300 entries; finisher medal to children 14yrs and under

Prizes: prize money to the first 3 M/F (75-40-25 EUR); prize money for a new course record in the 10k race (75 EUR); trophies

Presentation: 12.00

Number of finishers 2009: 182 (10km), 60 (3.3km); 104 (children), 19 (nordic walking)

Event website (in German): www.lc-parndorf.com


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