We would like to inform you that the starting list for the 4.6 km Charity Walkathon ‘Bieg na TAK! Biegam Bo Lubię’ has been closed today after the maximum possible number of participants – 10,000 – was reached.
In response to the overwhelming popularity of the 10 km run during ORLEN Warsaw Marathon, the event’s organiser has decided to raise the limit of its participants to 12,500 runners. The special trophy cup for the winner of this run has been funded by the President of the Republic of Poland, Mr Bronisław Komorowski.
On 13 April the starting line of ORLEN Warsaw Marathon will see the world’s top long-distance runners. The Elite group will include not only African runners, such as Tadese Tola (personal best 02:04:49) or Levy Matebo Omari (personal best 02:05:16), but also Polish representatives, led by Henryk Szost.
To meet the expectations of our participants, the runners in the 10 km run will be also led by a group of experienced pacemakers! The pacemakers will be running at a pace to achieve the following times:
The map of start zones for marathon runners – that is the spots from which they will take off to complete the distance of 42.195 kilometres – has already been published. Participants have been assigned to specific zones based on their declared results.