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Chisinau International Marathon

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Quick facts

Location Chișinău, Moldova

Distance Marathon

Date 29 September, 2019

About Chisinau International Marathon

The Republic of Moldova is a small country in south-eastern Europe, with many traditions and beautiful customs. In Moldova you can find the largest collection of wines in Europe and the largest complex of wine galleries, a unique atmosphere in a rustic style and scenery unique. The people of Moldova are characterized by hospitality and generosity.

The Chisinau Marathon 2018 will include the following races:

– marathon (42 km 195 m)

– half marathon (21 km)

– 10 km race

– 5 km

– 1,5 km fun run

The route will be set around central streets of Chisinau (as per the Marathon map), the start and finish line will be located on the Great National Assembly Square.

The International Chisinau Marathon have the official status of AIMS, it is a member of the International Association of marathons and distant races

Race is a Boston qualifier. 

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Practicalities

After Race Services

- Relax zone; - Hydratation; - Fruits; - Massage

Age Limit

16 years

Aid Stations

3 Aid stations

Award Medals

Full weight

Equipment Storage

Yes

Maximum Time

6:00:00 hours

Parking

Yes

Provided Photo Service

Yes. 

Qualifications

No

Race Kit Includes

– Oficial backpack;– Oficial T-shirt;– entry number with a built-in electronic microchip;– newsletter.

Refreshments

Yes

Timing

– marathon - 6h 00min– half marathon (21 km) - 3h 00min– 10 km race - 1h 30min– 5 km- 45min

Transport

No

Chisinau International Marathon Route Map

Chisinau International Marathon Route Map

Start:

Great National Assembly Square (Piața Marii Adunări Naționale, PMAN)

Piaţa Marii Adunări Naţionale, Bulevardul Ștefan cel Mare și Sfînt, Chișinău, Moldova

Finish:

Great National Assembly Square (Piața Marii Adunări Naționale, PMAN)

Chisinau, Moldova

Difficulty

rolling

Highlights

The capital Chişinău is by far Moldova’s largest and liveliest city and its main transport hub. While the city’s origins date back six centuries to 1420, much of Chişinău was levelled in WWII and a tragic earthquake that struck in 1940. The city was rebuilt in Soviet style from the 1950s onwards, and both the centre and outskirts are dominated by utilitarian (and frankly not very attractive) buildings. That said, the centre does have a few architectural gems remaining, and is surprisingly green and peaceful.

Most visitors confine their stay to the centre, defined by two large, diagonally opposed parks: Parcul Catedralei, and Grădina Publică Ştefan cel Mare şi Sfînt. The best museums, hotels, restaurants and cafes are no more than a leisurely 10- or 15-minute walk away. The impressive main artery, B-dul Ştefan cel Mare, cuts right through the axis of the two parks.

Overview

The Start/Finish area and Expo are located on the Great National Assembly Square (Piața Marii Adunări Naționale, PMAN), in front of the Arc de Triomphe. After the start of the race athletes will run along Stefan cel Mare Boulevard, Ciuflea Street, Dacia Boulevard, to the intersection with Rose Street, then back along Dacia Boulevard, Ciuflea Street, Stefan cel Mare Boulevard, to the Great National Assembly Square, then continue along Stefan cel Mare Boulevard, to the intersection with Toma Ciorba Street and then back along Stefan cel Mare Boulevard, to the Great National Assembly Square.

The total length of the course is 10,5 km ( 4 laps for marathon runners and 2 laps for half marathon runners).

– Fun Run (1,5 km): the Great National Assembly Square – Stefan cel Mare Boulevard – Vasile Alecsandri Street – Mitropolit Varlaam Street – Pushkin Street – the Great National Assembly Square;

– 5 km race: the Great National Assembly Square – Stefan cel Mare Boulevard – Ciuflea Street – 31 August 1989 Street – Sfatul Tarii Street – Stefan cel Mare Boulevard – the Great National Assembly Square;

– 10 km race: the Great National Assembly Square – Stefan cel Mare Boulevard – Ciuflea Street – Dacia Boulevard ( up to Rose Street) – Dacia Boulevard – Ciuflea Street – Stefan cel Mare Boulevard (up to Toma Ciorba Street) – Stefan cel Mare Boulevard – the Great National Assembly Square;

– Half marathon (21 km): the Great National Assembly Square – Stefan cel Mare Boulevard – Ciuflea Street – Dacia Boulevard ( up to Rose Street) – Dacia Boulevard – Ciuflea Street – Stefan cel Mare Boulevard (up to Toma Ciorba Street) – Stefan cel Mare Boulevard – the Great National Assembly Square (2 laps x 10,5 km);

– Marathon (42,195 km): the Great National Assembly Square – Stefan cel Mare Boulevard – Ciuflea Street – Dacia Boulevard ( up to Rose Street) – Dacia Boulevard – Ciuflea Street – Stefan cel Mare Boulevard (up to Toma Ciorba Street) – Stefan cel Mare Boulevard – the Great National Assembly Square (4 laps x 10,5 km).


Chisinau International Marathon Ticket prices: €0.00 - €40.00

The race information has been found on the official website of the event or through publicly available sources. Always refer to the official website the latest race information. Please let us know if any data is wrong or missing, by emailing us.