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This event has been rescheduled from 22 Mar 2020

Stramilano Run Generation

Milano, Italy

28 Mar 2021 (Sun)

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10km, 21.10km, 5km

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The Stramilano is an annual athletics event which takes place in Milan, Italy in spring. The event comprises three parts: the Stramilano International Half Marathon (a professional road running competition over 21.0975 km), the La Stramilano dei 50.000 (English: Stramilano of the 50,000; a 10 km non-competitive run/walk open to the general public) and the Stramilanina – a 5 km event for younger people.

The first Stramilano took place on 14 March 1972, as a nocturnal walk which ran along the entire outer ring road (about 22 km) and saw over 4,000 participants. Subsequently organisation was taken up by the sports group Fior di Roccia, and participation rose steadily until it settled at an average of 50,000 participants: for this reason the non-competitive race is called “Stramilano of the 50,000”.

Over time, the event changed: the route was shortened (in 2008 it was cut down to 12 km and in 2009 it was further reduced to 10 km) and the non-competitive race was complemented, from 1976 by the “Stramilano Agonistica”, reserved to professional athletes, run on the same distance as the “half marathon” (21 km and 97 m).

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The route is entirely flat is very fast: starting from the Castello Sforzesco crosses the city center, and ends in the picturesque setting of the Arena Civica. 
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