Remember! On the night from Saturday (March 25) to Sunday (March 26) there will be a change from winter to summer time, resulting in one hour less sleep!
How to get to the start?
We encourage you to use public transportation to get to the start. We recommend taking the metro to Dworzec Gdański station and walking to Konwiktorska Street. The number of parking spaces in the immediate vicinity of the start is very limited.
Public transport for free
On the day of the race, you can use public transportation for free based on your race bib. Free rides are only valid in the first zone on buses, trams, metro, and SKM. To use the ride, you must have your race bib with you.
The 17th Nationale-Nederlanden Warsaw Half Marathon will start on March 26 at 11:00 am.
The New Balance High Five Race will start on March 26 at 10:00 a.m.
Participants in manual wheelchairs start from the first line at 9:55 a.m. in the accompanying race and at 10:55 a.m. in the main race.
Both races start from Konwiktorska Street. A separate start gate is prepared for each of the two starts – arrive at the start earlier to position yourself in the appropriate place. Both start gates are about 150 meters apart.
Remember to position yourself in the appropriate time zone marked by flags at the start, according to the color marked in the corner of your race bib and the planned result.
Blue Flags – elit
Red Flags – max time 1:30
Yellow Flags – time from 1:30 to 1:45
Green Flags- time from 1:50 to 2:20