Information

Time schedule

Sunday, May 5, 2024

10:0042.195-minute run – Volksgarten
19:00“The course of life” – Salzburg State Theatre
Warm-Up Day

Thursday, May 9, 2024

09:00GipfelTreffen – Volksgarten/Gaisberg
from 10:30A nice time together – “Goasn Alm”
Nature Mountain Day

Friday, May 10, 2024

13-19SportMall with registration, start number collection (women's race until 6 p.m.) and medical service – Eisarena Volksgarten
16-22Salzburg Marathon City – Volksgarten
from 16Event catering with organic quality – Volksgarten
from 16Tennengau Hiking Market – Volksgarten
16:30/17:30/18:30USI exercise program – Volksgarten (10–20 min. each)
18–18:15Short performance “The course of life” – Volksgarten
18:55–19:10Warm-Up with the Salsa Studio Salzburg – Volksgarten
19:15Start Salzburg Women's Run & "Frau läuft!" by BioAustria (5.5 km) – People’s Garden
from 19:45medal engraving – Volksgarten
20–22Winners’ ceremony, After-Race Party – Volksgarten
Women's Day

Saturday May 11, 2024

08:30Start breakfast run – Entrance to the Volksgarten ice arena
10-18SportMall with registration, start number collection and medical service – Eisarena Volksgarten
12-16Salzburg Marathon Corner – Volksgarten Ice Arena
12-19Bunte Sportpalette – Volksgarten
from 3:15 p.mMini Marathon & Junior Marathon (multiple starts) – Volksgarten
from 15:45medal engraving – Volksgarten
18:30Start #OneMileForASmile—Inclusion Run – Volksgarten
19-20Award ceremony – Volksgarten
20-21:30Integration party with the group Vocal Riot – Volksgarten
Family Day

Sunday May 12, 2024

06:30–8Last minute registration – Volksgarten Ice Arena
08:15Start Hervis-10K CityRun – Hofstallgasse
08:30Start 21st Salzburg Marathon – Staatsbrücke
08:30Start Salzburg Sparkasse Half Marathon – Staatsbrücke
08:36Start Powerade Relay Marathon – Staatsbrücke
away 08:45Finish Area & medal engraving – Max Reinhardt Square
away 09:30Flower Ceremony – Max Reinhardt Square
approx. 14:20Finish line – Max Reinhardt Square
approx. 16end of event
Race Day

Your running route

Let yourself be inspired by Salzburg's most beautiful running route! Flat, fast, beautiful - run right past world-famous sights and enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Highlights of the route

Let yourself be inspired by Salzburg's most beautiful running route!

Start number & time tracking

Start number & chip

Datasport uses the RFID UHF transponder Mylaps to measure the time. The UHF chip is integrated in the start number.
The chip fee is already included in the entry fee. There are NO additional costs when picking up the start number.

  • No additional costs
  • No loss while running
  • Easy handling
  • Modern technology

Arrival & Parking

Travel relaxed, carefree and above all sustainable to Salzburg. You actively help shape the day with the least traffic in the city of Mozart.

© ÖBB / Georg Pölzleitner

Charity – running & doing good

One Mile For A Smile - The Inclusion Run is the stage for your running heart. Together with our charity partners and their initiatives, support those children and young people in Austria, Asia or Africa who really need your donations.

Charity partners based in Salzburg
Trusted Initiatives
Targeted help for needy children

Sustainable Event

Sustainability is very important to us. The organizer has been implementing a strict ecological concept for years, which has been continuously developed. The running festival in the city of Mozart has already been organically certified eleven times – this is unique in the world of marathons.

FAQ General

Do you have questions? We'll be happy to give you an answer. Find the specific FAQs on the respective application page (scroll down).

At this point we will answer three of the most important questions from our participants.

Any wishes left? Alternatively, please send us an email office@salzburg-marathon.at.

What are the characteristics of the route?

The Salzburg half marathon route has to be completed twice for the marathon. According to the survey report, it is "flat" and leads past the most famous sights of the city of Mozart. It contains unique passages such as Hellbrunner Allee or the palace area of the pleasure palace Hellbrunn as well as the finish line in front of the Great Festival Hall.

The running route of the Salzburg Women's Run with start and finish in the Volksgarten is also flat and leads along the banks of the Salzach. The running circuit for the Junior Marathon and the Inclusion Run is embedded in the green and shady Volksgarten, a local recreation area close to the center.

Why is there an age limit for all competitions?

With the age restrictions of the Salzburg Marathon and the Sparkasse half marathon, the Salzburg Marathon is based on the recommendations of the World Athletics Association (World Athletics)!

At least in terms of their physical condition, children can achieve amazing things. Their small, light bodies are predestined for endurance sports, their organism can adapt to regular training just as well as that of an adult. But children need the freedom to determine the intensity.

Because even if their bodies can achieve great endurance, monotonous sports such as long-distance running and triathlon are hardly suitable for children in the long run. The movement drive of this age group is characterized by short periods of attention and spontaneous intermittent activities. If performance is not conveyed in a playful and varied way, there is a risk that young people interested in sports will quickly lose interest or that joints, tendons and cartilage will be overburdened.

The training that adults complete is not suitable for children and young people. Speed and coordination can best be trained at a young age, and this can best be implemented in varied, playful and appealing endurance training. With the junior marathon and other competitions, the running festival in the city of Mozart offers a number of options that meet the needs of young runners.

Do I have to register from the marathon to the half marathon?

If you are registered for the Salzburg Marathon but would rather take part in the Sparkasse half marathon, you do not need to change your registration. That has to do with the route characteristics. Just run to the finish after one lap (and don't bend over to the second lap) and claim your finisher's medal. You will automatically be included in the half marathon ranking.

How can I cancel or change my registration?

If you have not taken out cancellation insurance, the Salzburg Marathon offers a special service. You can find more information under the menu item Cancellations and Changes in Registration.

Booked additional services such as medal engraving, the purchase of BibBits or the functional shirt are automatically transferred to the substitute runner.

It is also possible to re-register between different competitions. Just get in touch with us by sending an email to office@salzburg-marathon.at. It is not necessary to change your registration from the marathon to the half marathon - just run to the finish after one lap and you will automatically be included in the correct ranking.

Please note: If you change your registration for a competition, any insurance you have taken out expires, as this is related to both the person and the competition.

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