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We know your new marathon destination! It is Tallinn!

18.01.2017

We welcome you to join the SEB Tallinn Marathon 2017 during 8-10 September!

Distances: marathon & half, 10 km and 5 km.

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Have you ever run in Tallinn, city that combines the modern and ancient?

The route of Tallinn Marathon depicts well Estonia and the lives of the Estonian! The route takes you through the modern CITY CENTRE as well as to one of the best preserved medieval cities in Europe, Tallinn OLD TOWN, which is also part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 

Exclusive medal, Nike T-shirt and personalized BIB

Every half-marathon runner will receive a MEDAL with Tallinn’s silhouette as a meaningful memory to take home.
Every marathon runner will get a memorable NIKE T-SHIRT, a MEDAL and an exclusive PERSONALIZED BIB number, with your own NAME printed on it plus your COUNTRY’S FLAG! This makes it easier for the crowd to
cheer in the right language:

Keep going! Hyvä, jaksaa jaksaa! Давай, Давай молодец! Gute lauf! Geras tempas! Idziemy, idziemy! Labs temps! Heja, heja kämpa på! Bueno Bueno Bueno! Være stærk!


Meet and Run with the fastest triplets in the World

Meet and run with the only triplets in the world, who have participated in the Olympic Games Marathon, Rio 2016 – LUIK SISTERS (translated Swan sisters). Can you tell which one is Liina, Leila and Lily without their nametags?

Be fast

Due to Estonia holding the presidency of the EU Council in 2017, we urge you to book your hotel accommodation in time! Alternatively, we have put together Tallinn Marathon TOURIST PACKAGES including the essentials for your best convenience. More info


Take a look at Tallinn Marathon’s preview and join us in the biggest running festival in Estonia!

 

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The best price until end of May 2017:

marathon 50€, half marathon 35€, 10 km 20€, 5 km 10€.

 

For the first time ever, the marathon course takes the runners through the Tallinn Zoo.

Tallinna Maraton is held traditionally over the second weekend of September as a three-day event. Locations of starts and finishes, as well as the running tracks have undergone significant changes.