10 km Run
The 10 kilometre Run is an additional sporting competition held during ORLEN Warsaw Marathon. With the three distinct runs offered during ORLEN Warsaw Marathon and the competitive character of the event, the National Running Day is more appealing to a wider audience.
Taking part in the individual 10 km competition is not only an excellent opportunity to gain valuable experience and put one's abilities to test during ORLEN Warsaw Marathon – it can also serve as an introduction to long-distance running and an opportunity to beat one’s personal best results.
Moreover, a team competition will also be held during this run. Each team may consist of both female and male members. The winning team will be determined by adding up the times achieved by the 4 fastest runners in every team. The more runners you convince to join your team, the greater your chances of victory!
Money prizes will be awarded to the first 10 male and the first 10 female runners to reach the finish line. Prizes are the same for both sexes. The fastest male and female runners will receive an additional bonus of PLN 6 thousand! Prizes will also await the six fastest teams. Members of the winning team will receive PLN 6 thousand to share among themselves. Every registered participant will additionally receive an attractive starting pack.
In order to take part in the 10 km run you must be 16 or over on 26 April 2015 and accept the relevant Terms and Conditions.
Deadline for submitting registration applications through the website: 19 April 2015
Registration at the Competition Office: 23-25 April 2015
Minimum age limit: 16 years (the consent of a legal guardian is required)
- PLN 59.00 the basic fee shall apply when paid by 19 April 2015
- PLN 50.00 the discounted fee for participants in Warsaw’s 26th Independence Run after entering the discount code received via e-mail
- PLN 100.00 the special fee applicable at the Competition Office between 23 and 25 April 2015
Disabled persons and persons over 70 years of age are exempt from the starting fees.
Start date: 26 April 2015, 9:30 AM
Time measurement: Yes, every 5 kilometres
Time limit: 01:40min:00s
Event record: OWM 2014, Martin Mukule (Kenya), time: 29:03
This year during the 10 Km Run the participants will be led by two professional athletes running the most popular predicted finish times. 17 pacemakers, in total, will help the runners hit the following target times:
* 2 pacemakers
To find out more about the 10 km run, please see the Terms and Conditions.