This year’s fifth anniversary edition of the ORLEN Warsaw Marathon has come to a close. An annual favorite among spectators and runners from all over the world, Poland’s biggest running event once again drew crowds of sports fans. While the weather was chilly, the atmosphere along the ORLEN Warsaw Marathon route was hot, thanks to the dream team of runners and spectators. Felix Kimutai from Kenya came in first place in the marathon, while victory in the OSHEE 10K run went to Dmytro Lashyn from Ukraine. Artur Kozłowski once again managed to secure the winning title in the Polish Men’s Marathon Championship. A grand total of 36 thousand participants took part in the National Sports Days, which comprised the ORLEN Warsaw Marathon and the ORLEN Warsaw Games.
On 23 April 2017, thousands of runners will take part in the ORLEN Warsaw Marathon to test their capability over two distances: the royal 42,195 km and 10 km. The registration has just started for the largest running event in Poland.
Poland's largest and fastest running event is returning to the streets of the capital city of Warsaw on 23 April 2017. As in four previous years, runners will choose between the marathon distance of 42.195 km and 10 km. A family charity run will traditionally take place on the eve of the main run.