FAQ - runs

21.12.2012

FAQ - runs

About the Runs:

The ORLEN Warsaw Marathon is the largest running event in Poland. Each year, runners can test their skill in one of two distances: full marathon and 10 km. The ORLEN Warsaw Marathon includes the Polish Men Marathon Championship.

1. When and where does the ORLEN Warsaw Marathon take place?

The ORLEN Warsaw Marathon takes place in Warsaw on 22-23 April 2017

2. What distance can I register for?

You can register for either of the two ORLEN Warsaw Marathon distances: marathon (42,195 km) and 10 km.

3. When do specific ORLEN Warsaw Marathon runs start?

The Marathon and the OSHEE 10 km Run take place on Sunday, 23 April 2017.

4. What time do specific ORLEN Warsaw Marathon runs start?

Specific start times and locations will be announced later.

5. Is there a time limit for running the marathon?

Yes. Participants are expected to run within 05h:30min:00s, counted from the starting shot (gross time).

6. Is there a specific time limit for participants with disabilities or hand-bikers taking part in the marathon?

Yes. Participants are expected to run within 01h:15min:00s, counted from the starting shot (gross time).

7. Is there a specific time limit for running the OSHEE 10 km Run?

Yes. Participants are expected to run within 01h:40min:00s, counted from the starting shot (gross time).

8. Can minors take part in the runs?

Minors are allowed in the 10 km run, provided they present a consent signed by their parent/legal guardian. The marathon is for adult runners ONLY.
Age limits:
Marathon: 18 years of age on the day of the Run
OSHEE 10 km Run: 16 years of age on the day of the Run and a signed parent/legal guardian consent.

9. What categories will be classified in the marathon?

The following marathon categories will be classified:

  • men and women OPEN
  • men and women age classifications: 18-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80 and older
  • 87th Polish Men Marathon Championship (Polish Track and Field Association classification)
  • oldest female participant to complete the Marathon
  • oldest male participant to complete the Marathon
  • people with disabilities: blind with a guide and visually impaired
  • people with disabilities: hand-bikers:
    women OPEN; men (H1-1/ H1-2 group); men OPEN (H2/ H3/ H-4 group)
  • Polish debut in the ORLEN Warsaw Marathon (first time participants who have not run on marathon distance in earlier ORLEN Warsaw Marathon editions).

10. What categories will be classified in the OSHEE 10 km Run?

The following OSHEE 10 km categories will be classified:

  • men and women OPEN
  • team classification open to sports clubs, running groups, representation teams of institutions, companies, local governments and other entities. The classification will be mixed, i.e. there will be no separate classification of men and women.

11. Will team classification be available only in the OSHEE 10 km Run?

Yes. The classification will be based on the sum total of net times achieved by 4 (four) best team members.

12. How big must be a team in the OSHEE 10 km Run?

Teams should have at least four participants. You may only represent only one team. Teams may be formed by men and women registered for the OSHEE 10 km Run.

13. How do I know which time zone to choose?

You will be assigned to a specific time zone based on the time you declare on the entry registration form.


Zone No.

Time Zone Range

1.

up to 3:00:00

2.

03:00:01 - 03:30:00

3.

03:30:01 - 03:45:00

4.

03:45:01 - 04:00:00

5.

04:00:01 - 04:15:00

6.

04:15:01 - 04:30:00

7.

04:30:01 - 05:00:00

8.

05:00:01 - 05:30:00

 

14. How do I know which time zone to choose before the OSHEE 10 km Run?

You will be assigned to a specific time zone based on the time you declare on the entry registration form.


Zone No.

Time Zone Range

1.

up to 00:35:00

2.

00:35:01 –00:40:00

3.

00:40:01 –00:45:00

4.

00:45:01 –00:50:00

5.

00:50:01 –00:55:00

6.

00:55:01 –01:00:00

7.

01:00:01 – 01:10:00

8.

over 01:10:01