About the runs
When do the runs start?
ORLEN Warsaw Marathon: 26 April 2015 (Sunday), 9:30 AM
Handbike category start date: 26 April 2015 (Sunday), 8:45 AM
10 km Run: 26 April 2015 (Sunday), 9:30 AM
4.6 km Biegam, Bo Lubię POMAGAM Charity Walk-Run: 25 April 2015 (Saturday), 5:00 PM
Is there a limit of participants?
Yes. The following limits have been set:
ORLEN Warsaw Marathon: 10,000 participants
10 km Run: 10,000 participants
4.6 km Biegam, Bo Lubię POMAGAM Charity Walk-Run: 10,000 participants
The applications are processed in order they are received and based on the time of fee payment.
Are persons under 18 allowed to take part in the runs?
Persons under 18 may take part in the 10 km run and in the 4.6 km Biegam, Bo Lubię POMAGAM Charity Walk-Run. The marathon run is aimed ONLY at adults.
Minimum age limits:
ORLEN Warsaw Marathon: 18 years or over on the day of the run
10 km Run: 16 years or over on the day of the run
4.6 km Biegam, Bo Lubię POMAGAM Charity Walk-Run: no age limit
Can I take part in more than one run?
Yes. Persons taking part in the marathon run or the 10 km Run may also participate in the 4.6 km Biegam, Bo Lubię POMAGAM Charity Walk-Run.
Who can take part in the 85th Polish Men’s Marathon Championship?
There are no special restrictions on participation in the Championship. Every man aged above 18 with Polish citizenship, who has properly registered for ORLEN Warsaw Marathon, accepted the Terms and Conditions and paid the starting fee, can take part in the marathon run and will be classified, provided that he reaches the finish line within the set time limit.
Who can take part in the Pasta Party?
The Pasta Party is ONLY for properly registered participants who take part in the ORLEN Warsaw Marathon (the marathon run).
PLEASE NOTE: Participation in the Pasta Party is possible ONLY if you have collected your starting pack at the Competition Office.
Can I bring my family and friends to the Pasta Party?
What are the classification categories in the ORLEN Warsaw Marathon run?
Individual classification of women and men will cover the following categories:
19 – 29 years
30 – 39 years
40 – 49 years
50 – 59 years
60 – 69 years
70 – 79 years
80 and over
The oldest female / male marathon finisher
Disabled persons – Blind persons assisted by a guide
Disabled persons – Visually impaired persons
Disabled persons using handbikes
Polish debut in the ORLEN Warsaw Marathon run
Male participants with Polish citizenship will be additionally classified in the following category:
85th Polish Men’s Marathon Championship
What are the classification categories in the 10 km Run?
Is the team classification planned only for the 10 km Run?
Yes. A team will be classified if at least 4 its members in the 10 km Run reach the finish line (within the set time limit). The team classification will concern the results of those participants who have been classified above the 10th place in the OPEN classification. The team classification is not planned for other runs.
How many members should a team have?
How will the winning team be determined?
Will there be pacemakers in the marathon run?
* 3 pacemakers
Will there be pacemakers in the 10 km Run?
* 2 pacemakers