Saturday, 17th of May 2014
The Tallinn Song Festival Grounds
10.00 Competition centre opening
11.30 Draakon children races
12.45 MyFitness warm up
13.00 7 km START run with timing I group (nr 1-2000)
13.05 7 km START run with timing II group (nr 2001-4000)
13.10 7 km START run without timing I group (nr 5001-7000)
13.15 7 km START run without timing II group (nr 7001-9000)
13.20 7 km START walking without timing I group (nr 10001-12000)
13.25 7 km START walking without timing II group (nr 12001-14000)
13.30 7 km START walking without timing III group (nr 14001-16000)
13.35 7 km START walking without timing IV group (nr 16001-18000)
13.40 7 km START Nordic walking without timing (nr 20001-22000)
16.00 Finish closing
Biggest public sports events of the year broke the records once again
43 512 running and walking enthusiasts from 42 countries participated this year in eight rehabilitative sports events held by MTÜ Spordiürituste Korraldamise Klubi, the organizer of biggest Estonian running and public sports events.
The distances of the SEB Tallinn Marathon and the Tallinn City Run which have been attended by the biggest number of participants in Estonia and the Baltic States during the last five years were run by 20 562 people from whom 1726 run the marathon.
SEB Maijooks which was held for the 26th time this year made 14 154 participants to run, thus being the biggest rehabilitative sports event of all times aimed at women.
The biggest family sports series of North Estonia, RMK Kõrvemaa Neliküritus consisting of four events brought together 3928 enthusiasts on the skiing, running, triathlon and cycle tracks.
Narva Energy Run, an original cultural and sports event attracted 3429 participants to attend the most eastern sports event in the European Union during its third year.
Olympic Run held in Tartu brought together 1439 runners and walkers of different ages being the opening event for the local running series, the Estonian City Runs.
A total of 43 512 athletic people, from whom 37 299 were adult rehabilitative sportsmen, participated in eight events organized this year. 6213 children took part in the children’s events. In terms of these numbers we are the biggest organizer of public sports events both in Estonia and in the Baltic States. In 2012, all in all 39 528 people took part in the public sports events organized by MTÜ Spordiürituste Korraldamise Klubi.
The growth rate of rehabilitative sport allows to predict a 10-15 % increase in the number of participants also next year which gives the biggest Estonian organizers of public sports events hope to achieve for the first time the number of 50 000 rehabilitative sportsmen.
In 2014, MTÜ Spordiürituste Korraldamise Klubi will organize the following public sports events:
25 January RMK Kõrvemaa Skiing Marathon
27 April RMK Kõrvemaa Spring Run
17 May SEB Maijooks
24 May Tartu Olympic Run
15 June Narva Energy Run
19 July RMK Kõrvemaa Triathlon
13-14 September SEB Tallinn Marathon and the Tallinn City Run
27 September RMK Kõrvemaa Bike Marathon
Participants can register for the public sports events organized by Spordiürituste Korraldamise Klubi at www.jooks.ee