October, 2016 Austria´s most beautiful run in 2014

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October, 2016 Austria´s most beautiful run in 2014
45th
International
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Race
Salzkammergut
Marathon
/
Austria
16th
October,
2016
Austria´s
most
beautiful
run
in
2014
(Laufkalender24.at‐Vote)
27km
Classic
5.2km
Panorama
race
Salzkammergut
Marathon
Team‐Marathon
10km
Shoreline
race
Junior‐Marathon
Legendary
&
Intoxicating
Austria´s
Scenic
Racing
Adventure
www.wolfgangseelauf.at
DIRECTIONS
AND
LOCATION
Entfernungen (Distances)
CZE
> Wien
283 km
> München
182 km
> Prag
366 km
> Bratislava
388 km
> Budapest
535 km
> Laibach
278 km
Laibach
> Bozen
352 km
SLO
> Zürich
506 km
GER
SVK
Bratislava
Zürich
HUN
AUT
SUI
Bozen
ITA
RACES
–
COURSE
Kreutern
Hauptbewerbe
Int. Wolfgangseelauf – Salzkammergut Marathon
Pfandl
3
2
1
Bad Ischl
START
42,195 km
4
5
6
Wirling
5,2 km 10 km 27 km 42,195 km
Rußbach
9
8
7
Labestelle
GH Rega
10
11
12
Ischl
Labestelle Ried
Labestelle
0
1 km
2 km
Labestelle
GH Gamsjaga
Date
th
Saturday,
15 October,
2016
th
Sunday,
16 October,
2016
Starting
time
From
1.30
p.m.
9.20
a.m.
10.30
a.m.
10.30
a.m.
10.30
a.m.
Race
Junior‐Marathon
(0.2–1.2km)
Salzkammergut
Marathon
(42.195km)
27km
Classic
10km
Shoreline
Race
5.2km
Panorama
Race
Starting
place
Strobl
Bad
Ischl
St.
Wolfgang
Gschwendt
Strobl
Finishing
line
Strobl
St.
Wolfgang
St.
Wolfgang
St.
Wolfgang
St.
Wolfgang
DEAR
RUNNER!
We
invite
you
to
Austria’s
greatest
scenic
race
experience
to
be
held
traditionally
on
the
third
weekend
in
October,
2015,
and
with
4,703
entries,
2015
saw
a
new
participant
record!
Stunning
scenic
sections
on
delightful
paths
along
the
shoreline
–
between
water
and
rock
faces
–
offer
everything
the
runner’s
heart
desires,
and
with
the
four
main
competitions,
the
Salzkammergut
Marathon
(42.195km),
the
27km
Classic,
the
10km
Shoreline
Race
and
the
5.2km
Panorama
Race
–
there
is
an
appropriate
distance
for
everyone.
THE
ULTIMATE
RUNNING
EXPERIENCE
After
its
successful
debut
in
2011,
the
special
challenge
of
the
Salzkammergut
Marathon
is
in
the
programme
again.
After
starting
in
the
Imperial
town
of
Bad
Ischl
and
following
a
15km
lead
in,
it
follows
the
original
circular
course
of
the
27km
Classic
Lake
Wolfgangsee
–
with
the
“invigorating”
Falkenstein
(220
m
difference
in
altitude).
The
participants
were
unanimous
–
“A
cracking,
first
class
marathon”.
th
The
Classic
is
the
27km
Race
of
course,
which
took
place
for
the
first
time
44
years
ago
(on
the
26 October,
1972).
With
up
to
2,000
entrants,
it
is
the
competition
with
the
greatest
number
of
participants,
but
the
10km
Shoreline
Race
and
the
5.2km
Panorama
Race
th
are
getting
more
and
more
popular
–
not
forgetting
the
Junior‐Marathon,
that
take
place
on
Saturday
(15 October,
2016)
on
the
picturesque
lake
promenade
in
Strobl,
of
course!
A
MEDAL
FOR
EVERYONE
THAT
FINISHES
The
finishing
line
of
all
four
Sunday
competitions
is
situated
in
the
heart
of
St.
Wolfgang
–
about
100
m
away
from
the
“Weissen
Rössl”
(the
White
Horse
Inn).
All
those
who
finish,
over
whatever
distance,
receive
an
artistically
designed
medal.
The
Lake
Wolfgangsee
circuit
is
among
the
most
beautiful
running
challenges
on
the
European
running
scene.
Why
don’t
you
simply
enter
and
enjoy
…
PARTICIPATION
AND
REGISTRATION
Those
eligible:
Everyone
–
including
those
without
club
membership.
th
Registration:
Online
via
www.wolfgangseelauf.at
(up
to
13 October,
2016).
Entry
fees
incl.
Payment
Until
30th
June
1st
July–
31st
August
1st
September–
13th
October
Junior‐Marathon
5,2km
10km
27km
42,195km
€
6,–
€
15,–
€
20,–
€
28,–
€
43,–
€
7,–
€
17,–
€
23,–
€
31,–
€
48,–
€
8,–
€
19,–
€
26,–
€
34,–
€
53,–
Last‐minute
entries
Collection
of
Starting
number
th
€
9,–
15 October:
Strobl
th
th
€
21,–
15 October:
St.
Wolfgang
/
16 October:
Strobl
th
th
€
29,–
15 October:
St.
Wolfgang
/
16 October:
Gschwendt
th
th
€
37,–
15 –16 October:
St.
Wolfgang
th
€
58,–
15 October:
St.
Wolfgang
/
16.
10.:
No
last‐minute
entry
th
15 October:
Strobl
th
th
15 October:
St.
Wolfgang
/
16 October:
Strobl
th
th
15 October:
St.
Wolfgang
/
16 October:
Gschwendt
th
th
15 –16 October:
St.
Wolfgang
th
th
15 October:
St.
Wolfgang
/
16 October:
Bad
Ischl
Please
note:
On
failure
to
participate,
there
will
be
no
entitlement
to
any
refund
of
entry
fees.
We
recommend
the
reinsurance
via
Pentek
payment.
REGULATION
•
The
competition
is
licensed
by
the
ÖLV
(Austrian
Athletics
Association,
ÖLV‐No.
3017/16)
and
is
conducted
in
accordance
with
their
regulations.
•
The
instructions
of
the
police,
fire
service,
route
marshals,
etc.
are
to
be
followed.
Any
contravention
will
result
in
disqualification.
•
The
accompaniment
of
a
runner
by
anyone
not
registered
to
take
part
in
the
race
(including
cyclists,
inline/roller
skaters
or
those
using
any
other
sports
equipment)
will
lead
to
the
disqualification
of
the
runner.
REFRESHMENT
Water,
tee,
Gatorade
sportsdrink,
bananas,
apples
and
bread.
Race
provisions
at
11
refreshment
points
incl.
finishing
area.
Please
note:
Protect
the
environment
and
put
your
empty
cups
into
the
green
baskets
nearby
the
refreshment
points.
Refreshment
point
/
race
GH
Rega
Schwarzenbach
St.
Wolfgang
Ried
Fürberg
St.
Gilgen
GH
Gamsjaga
Gschwendt
Strobl
Schwarzenbach
St.
Wolfgang
5,2km
5,2
10km
4,5
7
10
27km
3,0
6,3
9,2
13,3
17,0
21,5
24
27
42,195km
6,6
12,2
15,2
18,2
21,5
24,4
28,5
32,2
36,7
39,2
42,2
Toilet
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
Music
/
Moderation
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
INCLUDED
IN
RACE
ENTRY
MONIES
+
Starting
package
+
Goody‐bag
+
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Race
magazine
+
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Race‐postcard
+
Prize
for
each
participant
at
the
Junior‐Marathon
+
Free
style
of
running‐check
on
Saturday
(1–5
p.m.)
+
Free
Pasta
at
Saturday’s
Welcome‐Party
„Griaß
Eich!“
with
Live‐Music
+
Free
drink
at
Saturday’s
Welcome‐Party
„Griaß
Eich!“
+
Creche
in
the
Kindergarten
in
St.
Wolfgang
(Markt
199)
on
Sunday
from
9
a.m.
to
3
p.m.
+
Free
showers
(women
and
men:
primary
school)
and
changing
rooms
(women
and
men:
primary
school
/
men
additional:
Town
hall)
+
Free
participation
in
the
Team‐Marathon
if
desired
(5,2
+
10
+
27
km)
+
One
boat
transfer
from
St.
Wolfgang
to
Strobl
(5.2km)
or
Gschwendt
(10km):
Voucher
and
timetable
in
the
starting
package
+
One
bus
transfer
for
Salzkammergut
Marathon‐runner
from
the
Michael
Pacher‐Haus
in
St.
Wolfgang
to
Bad
Ischl
(Voucher
and
timetable
in
the
starting
package)
+
Transfer
of
clothing
from
the
starting
places
Strobl,
Gschwendt
and
Bad
Ischl
to
St.
Wolfgang
+
6
Pacemaker:
27km
(1:59:59
/
2:29:59
/
2:59:59)
and
10km
(39:59
/
49:59
/
59:59)
+
Race
provisions
at
11
refreshment
points
incl.
finishing
area
(water,
Gatorade
sportsdrink
etc.)
+
Exclusive
Race
medal
for
all
who
finish
+
Massage
at
finish
(Pfarrsaal)
+
Medical
attendance
from
the
Red
Cross
and
St.
Wolfgang
and
Strobl’s
Mountain
Rescue
Services
+
Personal
certificates
downloadable
from
the
results
list
+
Results
list
incl.
statistics
for
collecting
from
December
2016
at
the
tourist
offices
(St.
Wolfgang,
St.
Gilgen,
Strobl)
TIMING
/
CERTIFICATES
/
RESULTS
•
PENTEK‐Timing
–
ChampionChip.
For
all
participants
not
holding
a
ChampionChip,
a
green
chip
can
be
obtained
at
the
distribution
of
starting
numbers
for
€
4,–
(please
have
correct
money
ready).
The
timing
equipment
will
only
read
yellow
and
green
ChampionChips.
Any
other
chips
(incl.
those
of
another
colour)
cannot
be
used.
Please
return
the
green
Chips
into
the
boxes
(finishing
area).
•
The
Junior‐Marathon‐timing
on
Saturday
is
only
taken
with
free
orange
ChampionChips
–
these
should
be
returned
immediately
after
the
race
to
the
finishing
line.
•
No
ChampionChip,
no
timing.
•
A
list
of
results
can
be
sent
if
required
on
supply
of
a
self‐addressed
envelope
and
€
4,–
postal
charge.
•
All
results
(including
certificates
for
free
download)
are
available
at
www.wolfgangseelauf.at
www.wolfgangseelauf.at
FINDING
YOUR
WAY
AROUND
Key
St.
Wolfgang:
1
Michael
Pacher‐Haus:
Basement:
Registration
office
and
distribution
location
of
starting
documentation;
T‐Shirt
collection,
10
km
race
clothing
return.
Ground
floor:
Griaß
Eich!
(Meet
&
Greet);
award
ceremonies.
Tent
(Expo):
Goody‐bags,
Information
on
other
racing
events.
Outside:
Departure
point
of
the
Marathon‐bus
to
Bad
Ischl;
children’s
meeting
point
for
creche.
2
Multi‐storey
car
park:
Parking
(limited)
and
WCs
I.
3
Town
hall
rear
entrance:
Men’s
changing
rooms
+
WCs
II.
4
Primary
School:
Women’s
and
men´s
changing
rooms
and
showers
+
WCs
III.
5
Ferry
stop
“Markt”:
Departure
for
5.2km
and
10km
starts.
6
Ferry
stop
“Schafbergbahn”:
Departure
for
5.2km
and
10km
starts
+
WCs
IV.
7
Market
Square:
Start
of
the
27km
Classic
race
and
finishing
line
(5.2
/
10
/
27
/
42.195km).
8
Florianigasse:
Marathon
passageway
and
finishing
area
refreshment
point.
9
Pfarrsaal
(church
hall):
Race
clothing
return
for
5.2km
and
42.195km,
massage.
Key
St.
Gilgen
(only
on
Sunday):
:
1
Inn
Fischerwirt:
Moderation,
WC
2
Mozarthaus:
Refreshing
point
3
International
school:
Live
music
Key
Gschwendt
(only
on
Sunday):
1
Parking
10km
Shoreline
race
and
visitors
(10,
27,
42,195km)
2
Ferry
stop
”Gschwendt“
(10km
participants
and
visitors)
3
Tent:
10km
Last‐minute
entries
and
collection
of
Starting‐numbers,
women’s
and
men´s
changing
4
WCs
5
LKWs:
clothing‐bags
delivery
10
km
6
Starting
place
10km
7
Refreshing
point
(27
+
42,195km)
Key
Strobl:
1
Tourism
office
on
Saturday:
Registration
office
and
distribution
location
of
starting
documentation
and
changing
room
for
Junior‐Marathon.
Tourism
office
on
Sunday:
Last‐minute
entries
and
collection
of
Starting‐numbers
and
starting
place
(5.2km).
Reading
hall
(Lesesaal)
on
Sunday:
Changing
room
(5.2km).
2
New
Secondary
school
(Neue
Mittelschule)
on
Saturday:
Showers
and
award
ceremonies
(Junior‐Marathon).
3
Promenade
on
Saturday:
Start‐
and
finishing
line
(Junior‐Marathon).
4
Parish
pasture
(Pfarrwiese)
on
Saturday:
Huge
slide
and
bouncy
castle
for
the
Junior‐Marathon‐participants
(if
the
weater
is
fine).
Key
Bad
Ischl
(only
on
Sunday):
1
Trinkhalle:
Distribution
location
of
starting
documentation,
changing
rooms,
toilets
and
start
(Salzkammergut
Marathon).
No
last‐minute
entries!
Tourism
office
on
Sunday:
Last‐minute
entries
and
collection
of
Starting‐numbers
and
starting
place
(5.2km).
Reading
hall
(Lesesaal)
on
Sunday:
Changing
room
(5.2km).
2
Salinenplatz:
Free
parking
on
Sunday.
CLUB
CONCESSIONS
Are
you
and
the
other
members
of
your
running
club
planning
a
trip
here
to
compete
in
the
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Race?
Your
th
enthusiasm
will
be
rewarded!
We
offer
free
entry
for
every
10 participant
in
the
distance
for
which
the
majority
of
your
members
are
entered.
Further
information:
+43(0)6138
/
80
03
PARKING
St.
Wolfgang:
Car
parks
and
parking
garage
(not
free).
Bad
Ischl:
Public
car
parks
(Salinenplatz
/
free)
and
underground
car
park
(not
free).
Strobl:
Public
car
park
in
Strobl
(free).
Gschwendt:
Area
around
the
10km
Shoreline
Race
start
(free).
RACE
T‐SHIRT
Exclusive
Kona
running
T‐Shirts
(Drypower‐technology)
with
the
original
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Race
logo
can
be
ordered
when
registering
online
for
the
special
price
of
€
17,–.
The
following
unisex‐sizes
are
available:
XS,
S,
M,
L,
XL.
The
T‐Shirts
can
only
be
th
th
collected
from
the
sales
stand
in
the
Michael
Pacher‐Haus
in
St.
Wolfgang
on
the
15 October
from
1–7
p.m.
and
on
the
16 October
from
7
a.m.–3
p.m.
(a
forwarding
is
impossible).
Please
note:
These
are
a
limited
edition
–
an
early
order
guarantees
a
lasting
souvenir
of
Austria’s
greatest
scenic
race‐experience.
RUNNER
TRANSPORT
…
…
BY
BUS
(42,195km):
Option
1:
Marathon
runners
can
use
the
bus
service
between
the
Michael
Pacher‐Haus
in
St.
Wolfgang
and
the
Marathon
start
in
Bad
Ischl
before
or
after
the
race.
This
single
trip
is
included
in
your
registration
fee.
The
voucher
for
the
bus
journey
between
St.
Wolfgang
and
Bad
Ischl
and
a
timetable
can
be
found
in
your
starting
package.
Option
2:
We
recommend,
you
leave
your
car
in
Bad
Ischl
and
return
after
the
marathon
with
the
bus
from
St.
Wolfgang.
Departure
times
from
the
Michael
Pacher‐Haus
in
St.
Wolfgang:
8.15
a.m.
/
1.30
p.m.
/
2.30
p.m.
/
3.30
p.m.
/
4.30
p.m.
/
5.30
p.m.
The
last
bus
is
waiting
for
the
visitors
of
the
winners
ceremony.
…
BY
BOAT
(5.2km
and
10km):
Option
1:
Because
parking
in
St.
Wolfgang
on
race
day
is
always
extremely
scarce,
we
advise
those
runners
participating
in
the
5.2km
and
10km
races,
to
leave
their
vehicles
at
the
free‐of‐charge
car
parks
in
Strobl
or
Gschwendt,
compete
in
the
race
and
then,
after
the
event,
return
to
the
car
park
using
the
free
boat
trip.
One
boat
transfer
included
in
race
entry
fee.
Voucher
and
timetable
included
in
your
starting
package.
Option
2:
Before
or
after
the
race
from
jetty
St.
Wolfgang
Markt
(car
park
P1
/
P2
/
P2a
/
P3
/
parking
garage)
or
Schafberg
(P4
/
P7
/
P8)
to
the
starting
places
Strobl
(5.2km)
and
Gschwendt
(10km).
There
are
two
places
to
board
boats
in
St.
Wolfgang
before
or
after
the
5.2km
and
10km
race
–
the
Schafberg
cog
railway
jetty
(Schiffsanlegestelle
Schafbergbahn)
or
at
the
jetty
called
„Markt”.
Please
note:
For
the
first
sailing
(at
9.02
a.m.)
and
fourth
sailing
(at
10.10
a.m.),
boats
can
only
be
boarded
at
the
Schafberg
cog
railway
boat
jetty
(Schiffsanlegestelle
Schafbergbahn).
Boarding
of
boat
2
at
9.10
a.m.
in
St.
Wolfgang
Markt
(9.25
a.m.
Schafbergbahn).
Furthermore,
boat
4
at
10.10
a.m.
will
only
sail
to
the
10
km
race
start
in
Gschwendt
and
then
only
if
necessary
(for
very
late
arrivals
for
the
10
km
race,
those
accompanying
them
and
their
spectators).
Tip:
Use
one
of
the
first
two
boats
to
give
yourself
enough
time
to
prepare
unhurriedly
for
your
5.2km
or
10km
race.
Before
the
race
from
St.
Wolfgang
to
Strobl
(5.2km
Starting
place)
and
Gschwendt
(10km
Starting
place):
Station
/
Boat
St.
Wolfgang
Schafberg
cog
railway
jetty
St.
Wolfgang
Markt
(27km
Starting
place)
Gschwendt
(10km
Starting
place)
Strobl
(5.2km
Starting
place)
1
2
3
4
9:02
a.m.
|
9:15
a.m.
9:30
a.m.
9:25
a.m.
9:10
a.m.
9:35
a.m.
9:50
a.m.
9:37
a.m.
9:50
a.m.
10:00
a.m.
10:15
a.m.
10:10
a.m.
|
10:20
a.m.
x
SPECTATOR
TRANSPORT
The
Lake
Wolfgangsee
ferry
boat
service
is
also
an
excellent
method
of
transport
for
spectators
and
those
accompanying
runners.
All
key
areas
of
the
races
can
be
comfortably
reached
by
boat
–
whether
you
want
to
follow
the
race
in
Ried,
Fürberg,
St.
Gilgen
Gschwendt,
Strobl
or
in
St.
Wolfgang!
Further
details
on
all
boat
timetables
(for
runners
and
spectators):
www.wolfgangseelauf.at
and
www.wolfgangseeschifffahrt.at
PRESENT
SOMEONE
WITH
FITNESS!
Are
you
looking
for
a
suitable
present?
No
problem!
We
can
send
you
a
starting
voucher
for
the
competition
of
your
choice.
With
its
own
registration
code,
participation
is
straightforward
–
a
simple
telephone
call
to
+43(0)6138
/
80
03
is
enough!
„GRIASS
EICH!“
–
MEET
AND
GREET!
Just
as
the
racers
on
Lake
Wolfgangsee
are
reinvigorated,
students
of
local
Salzkammergut
schools
of
tourism
are
bringing
in
a
breath
of
fresh
air
with
their
new
ideas.
On
the
evening
before
the
race
they
are
putting
on
a
welcome
pasta
party
in
the
Michael
Pacher‐Haus
and
are
actively
involved
in
the
kitchen.
On
Saturday
from
6
p.m.
to
8.30
p.m.,
race
participants
can
get
a
free
th
spaghetti
bolognese
and
drink
with
the
voucher
contained
in
their
start
package,
subject
to
availability.
The
45 International
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Race
–
Salzkammergut
Marathon
2016
will
begin
with
live
music;
pictures
from
the
past
44
races;
timely
tips
and
information
concerning
the
race
weekend
and
awards
for
runners
celebrating
an
“anniversary”
race.
CHANGING
FACILITIES
AND
SHOWERS
Race
Junior‐Marathon
5.2km
Panorama
Race
10km
Shoreline
Race
27km
Classic
Changing
facilities
Women
Tourism
office
Strobl
Council
reading
rooms
st
(1 floor),
Strobl
Tent
Starting
area,
Gschwendt
Primary
School
St.
Wolfgang
Showers
Women
Secondary
School
Strobl
Primary
School
St.
Wolfgang
Primary
School
St.
Wolfgang
Primary
School
St.
Wolfgang
Trinkhalle
Bad
Ischl
Primary
School
St.
Wolfgang
42.195km
Salzkammergut
Marathon
Changing
facilities
Men
Tourism
office
Strobl
Council
reading
rooms
st
(1 floor),
Strobl
Tent
Starting
area,
Gschwendt
Primary
School
St.
Wolfgang
and
Local
administrative
office
St.
Wolfgang
Trinkhalle
Bad
Ischl
Showers
Men
Secondary
School
Strobl
Primary
School
St.
Wolfgang
Primary
School
St.
Wolfgang
Primary
School
St.
Wolfgang
Primary
School
St.
Wolfgang
TIMING
MATS
At
the
27km
(St.
Wolfgang)
and
10km
(Gschwendt)
starting
points,
as
well
as
the
start
of
the
Marathon
in
Bad
Ischl
and
the
5.2km
Panorama
race
start
in
Strobl,
time
measuring
mats
are
in
operation.
Using
these,
all
main
race
runners
(5.2
/
10
/
27
/
42.195km)
can
be
timed
from
the
start
gun
and
be
timed
personally
from
the
time
they
cross
the
start
line.
A
split
time
in
Strobl
is
an
added
service
(for
10,
27
and
42.195km).
AGE
GROUPS
MAIN
RACES
/
SUNDAY,
16th
OCTOBER,
2016
Class
W/MU16
W/MU18
W/MU20
W/M20
W/M30
W/M35
W/M40
W/M45
W/M50
W/M55
W/M60
W/M65
W/M70
W/M75
W/M80
Year
of
birth
2001
and
younger
1999–2000
1997–1998
1987–1996
1982–1986
1977–1981
1972–1976
1967–1971
1962–1966
1957–1961
1952–1956
1947–1951
1942–1946
1937–1941
1936
and
older
5.2km
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
10km
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
27km
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
42.195km
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
BLOCK
STARTS
Because
of
the
growing
number
of
runners
in
the
Panorama,
Shoreline
and
Classic
race,
block
starts
will
be
offered
over
the
27km,
10
and
5.2km
races.
With
three
block
starts
you
have
a
less
stressful
start
procedure
–
so
all
participants
have
the
best
possible
conditions.
We
request
the
following
starting
line‐up:
Group
/
starting
time
27km
finishing
time
10km
finishing
time
5.2km
finishing
time
I
/
10.30
a.m.
1:25:00–2:15:00
30:00–50:00
15:00–27:30
II
/
10.34
a.m.
2:15:00–2:45:00
50:00–1:00:00
27:30–35:00
III
/
10.38
a.m.
2:45:00–4:00:00
1:00:00–1:40:00
35:00–60:00
Please
note:
•
The
front
starting
rows
are
reserved
for
the
fast
runners
(1:25:00–2:00:00/27km;
30:00–40:00/10
km;
15:00–20:00/5,2
km).
•
We
ask
each
27km
runner,
to
please
take
care
when
overtaken
by
marathon
runners
and
to
keep
right,
leaving
a
lane
free
on
the
left
(Lake
Wolfgangsee)
for
them
–
THANK
YOU!
PACEMAKER
Use
our
special
service
to
beat
your
goals.
Six
pacemakers
will
help
you
to
run
personal
best!
10km
finishing
time
39:59
49:59
59:59
27km
finishing
time
1:59:59
2:29:59
2:59:59
MAXIMUM
RACE
DURATION
AND
CLOSING
OF
FINISHING
LINE
Place
/
Race
27km
42.195km
Time
Fürberg
6.3
21.5
12.20
p.m.
St.
Gilgen
9.2
24.4
12.45
p.m.
Gschwendt
17.0
32.2
2.00
p.m.
Strobl
21.5
36.7
2.40
p.m.
St.
Wolfgang
27
42.195
3.30
p.m.
Please
understand,
that
if
you
overrun
the
specified
race
times,
you
must
discontinue
your
running,
because
there
will
be
traffic
on
the
roads.
A
free
return
trip
by
boat
is
available
from
Fürberg,
St.
Gilgen,
Gschwendt
and
Strobl
on
production
of
your
start
number.
This
applies
also
to
minor
injuries,
which
make
any
further
participation
impossible.
TRANSPORT
OF
CLOTHING
…
…
only
available
in
the
official,
numbered
blue
Sparkasse‐plastic
bag
(not
in
personal
sports
bags).
Race
Junior‐Marathon
5.2km
Handing
in
of
clothes
bags
in
the
start
area
before
the
start
until
…
x
10.15
a.m
10km
10.15
a.m
27km
42.195km
x
9.05
a.m
Clothing
retrieval
in
St.
Wolfgang
until
…
x
12
noon
(Pfarrsaal)
12.45
p.m
(Pacher‐Haus
/
basement)
x
3.30
p.m.
(Pfarrsaal)
The
winners
of
the
27km
Classic
Race
will
get
the
„White
horse“
from
Gudrun
Peter
(in
the
middle
between
Hans
Wieser
and
Franz
Sperrer).
COURSE
RECORDS
Race
27km
42.195km
10km
5.2km
Men
1:26:10
Hosea
Tuei
(KEN),
*1987
/
2012
2:49:21
Niklas
Kröhn
(AUT),
*1971
/
2011
32:15
Markus
Sostaric
(AUT),
*1986
/
2011
17:33
Jürgen
Aigner
(AUT),*1990
/
2013
Women
1:40:38
Helena
Barocsi
(HUN),
*1966
/
1990
3:13:50
Dr.
Veronika
Limberger
(AUT),
*1986
/
2014
35:59
Eva
Trost
(GER),
*1968
/
2005
19:18
Julia
Lettl
(GER),
*1995
/
2010
19:18
Anna
Baumgartner
(AUT),
*2001
/
2014
PRIZES
•
Each
runner
receives
the
exclusive
Wolfgangsee
Race
Medal
on
crossing
the
finishing
line.
•
300
Glass
trophies
for
the
first
three
runners
in
each
class.
•
Honorary
Awards
for
the
youngest
and
oldest
participants
in
the
27km
Classic
Race.
•
Prize
monies
–
27km
Classic
Race.
•
White
horse
for
the
overall
winners
–
27km
Classice
Race.
•
Junior‐Marathon:
60
Trophies
(Top‐3)
and
a
Mountainbike
(Lottery).
•
Instant
win
for
each
child
–
Junior‐Marathon.
•
Commodity
prices
for
the
three
biggest
groups
(Junior‐Marathon
and
main
races).
Please
note:
Prizes
to
be
collected
personally.
27KM
PRIZE
MONIES
Place
Women
/
Men
Austrian
overall
W
/
M
1
€
500,–
€
150,–
2
€
350,–
€
125,–
3
€
250,–
€
100,–
4
€
150,–
5
€
120,–
6
€
100,–
7
€
90,–
8
€
80,–
Course
record
€
500,–
FIVE
RACES
–
ONE
LEGENDARY
ATMOSPHERE
27KM
CLASSIC
RACE
th
Since
its
debut,
44
years
ago
on
the
26 October,
1972,
the
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Race
has
counted
as
one
of
the
most
scenic
and
most
loved
races
in
Europe.
More
than
60,000
runners
have
taken
part
in
this
special
race
which
connects
the
provinces
of
Upper
Austria
and
Salzburg.
The
classic
race
has
taken
place
on
the
third
Sunday
in
October
since
1977.
With
its
beautifully
scenic
sections,
along
the
shore
between
the
water
and
rock
faces,
and
its
delightful
pathways,
this
race
offers
everything
the
runner’s
heart
desires.
The
27km
Classic
Race
is
the
largest
competition
of
the
whole
event.
For
many
runners,
the
27km
long
Lake
Wolfgangsee
race
constitutes
the
ultimate
challenge
–
almost
comparable
to
a
Marathon.
Although
“only”
measuring
64%
of
the
classic
Marathon
distance
of
42.195km,
the
“invigorating”
Falkenstein,
(a
220m‐high
“hill”
between
3
and
6km)
certainly
contributes
to
this
demanding
race
and
is
the
special
challenge
that
makes
the
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Race
unique.
The
goal
of
making
it
once
around
Lake
Wolfgangsee
has
a
special
appeal
to
thousands
of
runners.
Top‐class
runners
take
less
than
90
minutes.
Running
enthusiasts
and
those
who
run
as
a
hobby
take
between
two
and
four
and
a
half
hours.
At
the
finishing
line
in
St.
Wolfgang,
just
100m
away
from
the
Weissen
Rössl
(White
Horse
Inn),
everyone
who
accomplishes
this
challenge
is
a
winner
and,
for
most
people,
the
artistically
designed
27km
Finisher’s
Medal
is
particularly
special!
th
th
On
the
16 October,
2016,
Austria’s
greatest
scenic
race
experience
takes
place
for
the
45 time.
Once
again
each
participant
is
in
for
a
real
running
treat
as
autumn’s
golden
hues
settle
over
Lake
Wolfgangsee
elevating
this
special
sporting
experience
to
a
natural
wonder.
The
race
around
Lake
Wolfgangsee
is,
of
course,
attractive
athletically
but
it
also
has
cultural
appeal.
When
running
on
the
oldest
pilgrimage
route
in
Europe,
various
pre‐christian
places
of
worship
can
be
seen
on
the
ascent
to
the
Falkenstein
church.
On
the
top
of
the
Falkenstein
mountain
there
was
once
a
Celtic
place
of
ritual
and
sacrifice
where,
in
976
AD
St.
Wolfgang,
the
man
of
legend
and
founder
of
the
town,
lived
as
a
recluse.
To
succeed
in
running
once
around
Lake
Wolfgangsee
is
therefore
something
very
special.
Elevation
profile
27km
Classic
Race
(Total
ascents:
295m
/
Total
descents:
295m):
SALZKAMMERGUT
MARATHON
A
scenic
Marathon
to
enjoy!
After
the
great
success
of
the
Salzkammergut
Marathon
from
2011–2015,
this
unique
challenge
over
the
classic
42.195km
distance
is
in
the
Lake
Wolfgangsee
race
programme
again.
A
special
marathon,
and
scenic
experience,
awaits
all
entrants.
The
Marathon
starts
in
the
centre
of
the
Imperial
town
of
Bad
Ischl,
in
front
of
the
„Trinkhalle”
building.
The
course
leads
through
Pfandl,
Wirling
(refreshment
point)
to
the
Bürglstein
guesthouse
and
then
joins
the
original
course
of
the
27km
Classic
before
continuing
on
through
St.
Wolfgang
(refreshment
point).
Between
kms
18
and
21
the
special
challenge
of
the
Falkenstein
cliff
awaits,
over
which
the
runners
climb
to
220m
before
coming
back
down
again.
Stunning
scenic
sections
on
delightful
paths
along
the
shoreline,
between
water
and
rock
faces,
offer
everything
the
runner’s
heart
desires
and,
after
passing
through
St.
Gilgen,
Gschwendt
and
Strobl,
the
Marathon
heads
towards
the
finishing
line
in
St.
Wolfgang.
The
participants
were
unanimous
–
„A
cracking,
first
class
marathon.”
Elevation
profile
Salzkammergut
Marathon
(Total
ascents:
417m
/
Total
descents:
335m):
Please
note:
During
the
first
part
of
the
marathon
(until
the
Bürglstein
guesthouse),
the
course
is
only
partly
closed
to
other
road
users.
Therefore
the
highway
code
is
to
be
followed.
If
the
highway
code
is
not
adhered
to,
the
race
organiser
undertakes
no
responsibility
for
any
accidents!
Race
marshals
will
be
placed
at
important
points.
10KM
SHORELINE
RACE
If
there
were
such
a
thing
as
a
classic
distance
for
an
amateur
“Enthusiasts
race”,
the
ideal
distance
favoured
by
millions
of
runners
worldwide,
would
be
10km.
Since
2003,
this
distance
has
been
included
in
the
International
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Race
programme
as
the
„10km
Shoreline
Race”.
The
start
of
the
10km
Shoreline
Race
is
located
at
the
Schiffsstation
(boat
jetty)
in
Gschwendt
in
Abersee
–
just
under
a
hundred
metres
away
as
the
crow
flies
from
the
27km
start
in
St.
Wolfgang
(admittedly
on
the
opposite
shore!).
On
the
way
to
the
finishing
line
the
runner
passes
through
a
wonderful
area
of
natural
beauty
which
is,
in
the
main,
on
flat
terrain
along
the
shoreline
of
Lake
Wolfgangsee.
At
4.5km,
the
run
passes
through
the
spectator‐lined
streets
of
Strobl
before
tackling
one
or
two
light
ascents
on
the
last
kilometres
into
St.
Wolfgang.
On
the
finishing
line
in
St.
Wolfgang
everyone,
whether
first
or
last,
is
enthusiastically
encouraged
by
the
moderator
Mr.
Hans
Wieser
and
the
many
spectators.
Of
course,
all
finishers
receive
the
artistically
designed
Shoreline
Race
medal.
Elevation
profile
10km
Shoreline
Race
(Total
ascents:
34m
/
Total
descents:
28m):
www.wolfgangseelauf.at
5.2KM
PANORAMA
RACE
At
5.2
km,
the
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Panorama
Race
is
the
ideal
competition
for
beginners,
or
a
fitting
event
for
all,
who
wish
to
enjoy
the
special
atmosphere
the
Lake
Wolfgangsee
race
offers,
but
who
prefer
to
run
a
shorter
distance.
The
start
of
the
Panorama
Race
th
takes
place
on
the
16 October,
2016
at
10.30
a.m
(group
1),
10.34
a.m.
(group
2)
and
10.38
a.m.
(group
3)
from
the
Dorfplatz
(Village
Square)
in
the
centre
of
the
Salzburg
parish
of
Strobl
at
the
eastern
end
of
Lake
Wolfgangsee.
Especially
scenic
just
after
the
start,
is
a
delightfully
picturesque
and
lightly
rolling
section
called
the
Bürglstein‐Promenade,
on
which
the
border
into
Upper
Austria
is
crossed.
Whilst
on
this
picture‐book
section,
the
race
passes
over
a
wooden
walkway
only
two
meters
above
the
turquoise
waters
of
Lake
Wolfgangsee,
with
the
striking
rock
formation
known
as
the
Bürglstein
on
your
right
and
Lake
Wolfgangsee
stretching
out
into
the
distance
to
your
left.
Then,
undulating
terrain
follows
as
the
race
progresses
towards
the
finishing
line
in
St.
Wolfgang.
In
the
programme
since
2005,
this
event,
the
5.2km
long
Panorama
Race,
is
enjoyed
mainly
on
a
personal
level,
because
of
its
scenic
beauty
–
with
any
thoughts
of
competition
seemingly
less
important!
Elevation
profile
5.2km
Panorama
Race
(Total
ascents:
61m
/
Total
descents:
55m):
SPECIAL
SCORES
A)
TEAM‐MARATHON
Threesome‐Team
Competition
for
families,
friends,
firms,
institutions
and
associations.
In
2009,
through
the
adding
together
of
three
course
distances,
(5.2
+
10
+
27
km
=
42.2km)
a
new
and
exciting
competition
was
created.
Often
called
„the
speedy
three”,
this
race
is
run
over
the
total
Marathon
distance
of
42.2km.
When
run
in
this
manner,
the
Marathon,
acknowledged
as
the
most
prestigious
race
of
all
long‐distance
challenges,
is
a
really
special
experience,
even
for
Lake
Wolfgangsee
race
regulars.
Your
additional
registration
for
the
Team‐Marathon
is
a
special
service
provided
by
the
promoter,
and
therefore
free
of
charge.
If
you
wish
to
take
part
in
the
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Team‐Marathon
as
a
threesome,
you
can
use
your
individual
performance
(5.2,
10
or
27km)
towards
a
combined
Marathon
team
time.
•
Three
specified
entrants
form
a
Team,
one
entry
for
each
of
the
three
races,
together
equalling
the
classic
Marathon
distance.
•
The
total
of
the
three
single
times
adds
up
to
your
Marathon
Team
time.
•
Three
classes
are
invited
(women,
men,
mixed;
without
age
classification).
•
Each
team
member
of
the
top
3
Teams
(women,
men,
mixed)
receives
a
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Team
Marathon
Glass
trophy.
•
The
participants
of
the
Team‐Marathon
will
also,
of
course,
be
ranked
in
their
selected
race
and,
if
applicable,
in
the
Salzkammergut
and
Lake
Wolfgangsee‐Trophies
within
the
27km
Classic
Race
too.
•
The
additional
registration
for
the
threesome
Team‐Marathon
is
only
valid
when
the
following
points
are
observed:
+
Common
Team
name.
+
All
three
participants
(5.2
+
10
+
27km)
have
to
click
“yes”
for
the
Team
Marathon,
when
registering.
B)
SALZKAMMERGUT
TROPHIES
(27km)
Those
eligible
are
people
who
have
their
main
residence
in
a
parish
within
the
tourist
region
of
the
Salzkammergut
(Upper
Austria,
Salzburg,
Styria).
There
will
be
one
trophy
for
men
and
one
for
women
regardless
of
their
age
groups.
Glass
trophies
will
be
awarded
to
the
men
and
women
coming
first,
second
and
third.
Please
note:
Only
those
who
clicked
“yes”
on
the
internet,
will
be
included.
Following
Main
residence
Postcodes
are
allowed
for
taking
part
at
the
Salzkammergut
Trophy:
4643,
4644,
4645,
4653,
4654,
4655,
4801,
4802,
4810,
4812,
4813,
4815,
4817,
4819,
4820,
4822,
4824,
4829,
4830,
4831,
4852,
4853,
4854,
4861,
4863,
4864,
4865,
4866,
4880,
4881,
4882,
4893,
4894,
5303,
5310,
5311,
5321,
5322,
5323,
5324,
5330,
5340,
5342,
5350,
5351,
5360,
8982,
8983,
8984.
C)
LAKE
WOLFGANGSEE
TROPHIES
(27km)
Those
eligible
are
people
who
have
their
main
residence
in
the
neighbouring
parishes
of
Lake
Wolfgangsee
or
who
are
registered
with
a
running
association
in
places
with
the
Postcodes
5340,
5342,
5350,
5351
or
5360.
There
will
be
one
trophy
for
men
and
one
for
women
regardless
of
their
age
groups.
Glass
trophies
will
be
awarded
to
the
men
and
women
coming
first,
second
and
third.
Please
note:
Only
those
who
clicked
“yes”
on
the
internet,
will
be
included
D)
SALZKAMMERGUT
TOP‐3‐CUP
th
Three
classic
races
from
the
Salzkammergut,
Mondsee,
Bad
Ischl
and
St.
Wolfgang
together
make
up
the
4 Salzkammergut
Top‐3‐
Cup
2016.
Mainly
for
leisure
runners
like
you
and
me,
there
is
no
class
assessment.
Instead
there
is
a
high
quality
Salzkammergut
Top‐3‐medal
and
a
downloadable
certificate
for
everyone
who
finishes
the
races.
A
separate
registration
for
this
cup
is
not
necessary
–
so
runners
have
no
further
costs.
The
promoter’s
motto
is
“Take
part,
enjoy
and
improve
your
fitness”.
Top‐3‐Races
2016:
th
th
5 June,
2016:
35 Int.
Mondseehaus
Halfmarathon,
Mondsee
(21.1km);
www.mondseelauf.at
th
th
25 September,
2016:
15 Raiffeisen
Halfmarathon
Kaiserlauf,
Bad
Ischl
(21.1km);
www.kaiserlauf.at
th
th
16 October,
2016:
45 Int.
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Race
(27
or
42.195km);
www.wolfgangseelauf.at
JUNIOR‐MARATHON
th
th
As
a
prelude
to
the
45 International
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Race”,
on
Saturday
15 October,
2016
from
1.30
p.m.
the
juniors
are
on
their
starting
blocks
once
again
this
year
–
on
the
picturesque
Lake‐Promenade
in
the
centre
of
Strobl.
As
the
slogan
„Running
is
Fun”
suggests,
it’s
not
the
performance
that
counts,
it’s
the
enjoyment.
Participants
in
this
age
group
(2003
and
younger
i.
e.
maximum
13
years
old)
run
200–1,200m.
We
invite
families,
kindergartens
and
schools
to
this
relaxed
test
of
talent!
Every
participant
that
reaches
the
finishing
line
receives
a
lovely
souvenir
medal
and
an
immediate
prize.
For
all
participants
(no
matter
how
fast)
there
will
be
a
raffle
for
some
great
prizes
–
the
main
one
being
a
mountain
bike.
The
collection
of
numbers
and
late
registration
are
both
possible
from
11.30
a.m.
up
to
45
minutes
before
the
respective
start
in
the
Tourism
office
in
Strobl.
Each
age
group
from
U5
to
U14
will
be
individually
classified
(females
and
males)!
The
first
three
of
each
class
will
win
one
of
60
trophies!
The
three
largest
groups
will
receive
extra
prizes.
Each
participant
can
download
and
print
a
personal
certificate
via
the
results
list
on
the
website
www.wolfgangseelauf.at
th
TIMETABLE
JUNIOR‐MARATHON
/
SATURDAY,
15 OCTOBER,
2016
Starting
time
1.30
p.m.
1.35
p.m.
1.40
p.m.
1.45
p.m.
1.50
p.m.
2.00
p.m.
2.10
p.m.
2.20
p.m.
2.30
p.m.
2.40
p.m.
2.50
p.m.
3.00
p.m.
3.10
p.m.
3.25
p.m.
3.40
p.m.
3.55
p.m.
Class
WU5
MU5
WU6
MU6
WU7
MU7
WU8
MU8
WU9
MU9
WU10
MU10
WU11/WU12
MU11/MU12
WU13/WU14
MU13/MU14
Year
of
birth
2012
and
younger
2012
and
younger
2011
2011
2010
2010
2009
2009
2008
2008
2007
2007
2006/2005
2006/2005
2004/2003
2004/2003
Distance
200m
200m
200m
200m
400m
400m
400m
400m
800m
800m
800m
800m
1,200m
1,200m
1,200m
1,200m
www.wolfgangseelauf.at
HISTORY
LAKE
WOLFGANGSEE
RACE
1972–2015
27km
Classic
Race
Date
/
Race
Winner
Men
Time
Winner
Women
26.
10.
1972
/
1
Franz
Zimmermann
(AUT)
2:19:00
26.
10.
1973
/
2
W.
Aigner
(AUT)
&
A.
Pichler
(AUT)
1:47:40
13.
10.
1974
/
3
Dkfm.
Georg
Förster
(AUT)
1:37:38
12.
10.
1975
/
4
W.
Kelsch
(BRD)
&
H.
Döhla
(BRD)
1:35:12
Helga
Goldmann
(AUT)
10,3
km
10.
10.
1976
/
5
Rüdiger
Grube
(BRD)
1:35:32
Anna
Horn
(BRD)
15
km
16.
10.
1977
/
6
Herbert
Tschernitz
(AUT)
1:36:26
Liane
Winter
(BRD)
15.
10.
1978
/
7
Anton
Gorbunov
(BRD)
1:32:11
Linda
Siprelle
(USA)
21.
10.
1979
/
8
Anton
Gorbunov
(BRD)
1:31:33
Linda
Siprelle
(USA)
19.
10.
1980
/
9
Josef
Steiner
(AUT)
1:33:18
Elke
Oetermann
(BRD)
18.
10.
1981
/
10
Martin
Kuster
(SUI)
1:32:51
Charlotte
Teske
(BRD)
17.
10.
1982
/
11
Gerhard
Hartmann
(AUT)
1:31:11
Sabine
Ladurner
(ITA)
16.
10.
1983
/
12
Gerhard
Hartmann
(AUT)
1:33:10
Sabine
Ladurner
(AUT)
14.
10.
1984
/
13
Gerhard
Hartmann
(AUT)
1:31:58
Hertha
Bayer‐Schmidt
(BRD)
20.
10.
1985
/
14
Helmut
Stuhlpfarrer
(AUT)
1:33:06
Waltraud
Egger
(ITA)
19.
10.
1986
/
15
Gerhard
Hartmann
(AUT)
1:30:31
Gundi
König
(AUT)
18.
10.
1987
/
16
Gerhard
Hartmann
(AUT)
1:30:29
Verena
Lechner
(AUT)
16.
10.
1988
/
17
Helmut
Stuhlpfarrer
(AUT)
1:29:42
Helena
Barocsi
(HUN)
15.
10.
1989
/
18
Jacob
Ledwaba
(TSW)
1:30:44
Galina
Ikonnikova
(UDSSR)
21.
10.
1990
/
19
Nivaldo
Filho
(BRA)
1:29:18
Helena
Barocsi
(HUN,
record)
20.
10.
1991
/
20
Heiko
Schinkitz
(GER)
1:30:07
Tanja
Ivanova
(USR)
18.
10.
1992
/
21
Heiko
Schinkitz
(GER)
1:29:48
Sabine
Stelzmüller
(AUT)
17.
10.
1993
/
22
Heiko
Schinkitz
(GER)
1:30:07
Vera
Horka
(CS)
16.
10.
1994
/
23
Jiri
Hnilicka
(CS)
1:33:07
Birgit
Andorfer
(AUT)
15.
10.
1995
/
24
Jan
Bláha
(CZE)
1:30:04
Helena
Javornik
(SLO)
20.
10.
1996
/
25
Helmut
Schmuck
(AUT)
1:31:14
Helena
Javornik
(SLO)
19.
10.
1997
/
26
Zsolt
Bacskai
(HUN)
1:29:53
Helena
Javornik
(SLO)
18.
10.
1998
/
27
Francis
Mbiu
(KEN)
1:32:02
Gudrun
Pflüger
(AUT)
17.
10.
1999
/
28
Richard
Kimeli
(KEN)
1:29:19
Ida
Surbek
(SLO)
15.
10.
2000
/
29
Zsolt
Benedek
(HUN)
1:32:19
Elisabeth
Rust
(AUT)
21.
10.
2001
/
30
Josephat
Ndeti
(KEN)
1:30:03
Simona
Staicu
(HUN)
20.
10.
2002
/
31
Barnabas
K.
Kenduiywo
(KEN)
1:27:15
Helena
Javornik
(SLO)
19.
10.
2003
/
32
Barnabas
K.
Kenduiywo
(KEN)
1:26:51
Lillian
Chelimo
(KEN)
17.
10.
2004
/
33
Barnabas
K.
Kenduiywo
(KEN)
1:28:53
Simona
Staicu
(HUN)
16.
10.
2005
/
34
Abraham
Tandoi
(KEN)
1:27:59
Izabela
Zatorska
(POL)
15.
10.
2006
/
35
Elijah
Keitany
(KEN)
1:28:47
Simona
Staicu
(HUN)
21.
10.
2007
/
36
Elijah
Keitany
(KEN)
1:32:27
Ednah
Mukhwana
(KEN)
19.
10.
2008
/
37
Hosea
Tuei
(KEN)
1:29:14
Pavla
Matyasova
(CZE)
18.
10.
2009
/
38
Hosea
Tuei
(KEN)
1:30:47
Tatiana
Vilisova
(RUS)
17.
10.
2010
/
39
Hosea
Tuei
(KEN)
1:26:47
Simona
Staicu
(HUN)
16.
10.
2011
/
40
Hosea
Tuei
(KEN)
1:29:45
Nancy
Koech
(KEN)
21.
10.
2012
/
41
Hosea
Tuei
(KEN,
record)
1:26:10
Chelangat
Sang
(KEN)
20.
10.
2013
/
42
Hosea
Tuei
(KEN)
1:28:42
Chelangat
Sang
(KEN)
19.
10.
2014
/
43
Robert‐Kipkoech
Kirui
(KEN)
1:30:10
Priscah‐Jemutai
Bartenge
(KEN)
18.
10.
2015
/
44
Hosea
Tuei
(KEN)
1:30:30
Stellah‐Jepngetich
Barsosio
(KEN)
Registrations
(all
races
1972–2015):
Time
Registrations
/
Nations
13
1
18
1
65
2
46:28
161
2
1:13:32
241
4
1:54:26
321
4
1:59:27
474
5
2:00:39
494
6
1:56:03
641
7
1:47:22
819
8
1:46:37
824
15
1:52:51
880
12
1:53:04
1.007
9
1:51:58
1.105
8
1:59:05
1.238
10
1:47:48
1.273
9
1:46:20
1.214
10
1:47:39
1.264
18
1:40:38
1.290
15
1:47:57
1.439
15
1:47:03
1.365
18
1:53:00
1.346
18
2:04:08
1.259
19
1:46:11
1.342
17
1:46:37
1.615
18
1:45:34
1.618
16
1:47:21
1.548
15
1:54:39
2.097
12
1:52:39
2.237
17
1:44:35
2.455
15
1:45:32
2.322
23
1:46:29
2.459
20
1:48:02
2.478
23
1:52:10
2.832
25
1:46:24
3.069
26
1:51:58
2.482
24
1:52:42
2.441
28
1:50:24
2.661
29
1:46:39
2.347
31
1:46:25
3.505
30
1:45:14
3.418
30
1:47:21
3.590
36
1:47:36
4.084
37
1:47:37
4.703
38
74.054
Salzkammergut
Marathon
Date
/
Race
Winner
Men
16.
10.
2011
/
1
Niklas
Kröhn
(AUT,
record)
21.
10.
2012
/
2
Andreas
Pfandlbauer
(AUT)
20.
10.
2013
/
3
Andreas
Pfandlbauer
(AUT)
19.
10.
2014
/
4
Andreas
Pfandlbauer
(AUT)
18.
10.
2015
/
5
Stefan
Greiner
(AUT)
Registrations
/
Finisher:
Time
Winner
Women
Time
Registrations
2:49:21
Alexandra
Heiml
(AUT)
3:41:49
234
2:49:48
Alexandra
Heiml
(AUT)
3:40:30
183
2:50:10
Dr.
Michaela
Habring
(AUT)
3:33:44
173
2:54:55
Dr.
Veronika
Limberger
(AUT,
record)3:13:50
226
2:53:49
Dr.
Veronika
Limberger
(AUT)
3:20:18
265
1.081
Finisher
196
164
151
205
227
943
10km
Shoreline
Race
Date
/
Race
Winner
Men
19.
10.
2003
/
1
Alexander
Weiß
(AUT)
17.
10.
2004
/
2
Vassili
Kraus
(GER)
16.
10.
2005
/
3
Thomas
Frühwald
(AUT)
15.
10.
2006
/
4
DI
Ulrich
Katzer
(AUT)
21.
10.
2007
/
5
Christof
Wastl
(AUT)
19.
10.
2008
/
6
Hermann
Oberbichler
(AUT)
18.
10.
2009
/
7
Thomas
Bosnjak
(AUT)
17.
10.
2010
/
8
Marko
Pintar
(SLO)
16.
10.
2011
/
9
Markus
Sostaric
(AUT,
record)
21.
10.
2012
/
10
Alexander
Weiß
(AUT)
20.
10.
2013
/
11
Alexander
Weiß
(AUT)
19.
10.
2014
/
12
Michael
Lang
(GER)
18.
10.
2015
/
13
Jürgen
Aigner
(AUT)
Registrations
/
Finisher:
Time
34:30
32:43
33:46
33:24
33:28
34:02
34:06
34:18
32:15
33:33
33:44
33:14
33:14
Winner
Women
Maria
Koch
(AUT)
Linda
Grieshaber
(GER)
Eva
Trost
(GER,
record)
Lauren
Martin
(AUT)
Pavla
Matyasova
(CZE)
Andrea
Oberbichler
(AUT)
Andrea
Oberbichler
(AUT)
Bernadette
Schuster
(AUT)
Bernadette
Schuster
(AUT)
Mag.
Sonja
Nigl
(AUT)
Bernadette
Schuster
(AUT)
Bernadette
Schuster
(AUT)
Bernadette
Schuster
(AUT)
Time
Registrations
37:29
450
40:44
540
35:59
589
37:27
638
37:03
583
40:02
626
40:17
717
37:20
635
37:30
1.075
39:46
930
37:33
1.056
37:55
1.280
37:29
1.546
10.665
Finisher
399
438
492
551
412
553
569
529
926
825
908
1.154
1.295
9.051
th
nd
26 October,
1973:
2 Lake
Wolfgangsee
Race
5,2km
Panorama
Race
Date
/
Race
Winner
Men
16.
10.
2005
/
1
–
15.
10.
2006
/
2
–
21.
10.
2007
/
3
–
19.
10.
2008
/
4
–
18.
10.
2009
/
5
Leopold
Wölflingseder
(AUT)
17.
10.
2010
/
6
Lukas
Pertl
(AUT)
16.
10.
2011
/
7
Franz
Reingruber
(AUT)
21.
10.
2012
/
8
Stefan
Aichinger
(AUT)
20.
10.
2013
/
9
Jürgen
Aigner
(AUT,
record)
19.
10.
2014
/
10
Andreas
Kaiser
(AUT)
18.
10.
2015
/
11
Julian
Kreutzer
(AUT)
Registrations
/
Finisher:
Time
17:50
18:00
18:24
18:07
17:33
18:37
17:34
Winner
Women
Sandra
Höllnsteiner
(AUT)
Vera
Maier
(AUT)
Anna
Hajdu
(HUN)
Victoria
Schenk
(AUT)
Bernadette
Schuster
(AUT)
Julia
Lettl
(GER,
record)
Anna
Glack
(AUT)
Irmi
Kubicka
(AUT)
Irmi
Kubicka
(AUT)
Anna
Baumgartner
(AUT,
record)
Waltraud
Berger
(GER)
Time
Registrations
Finisher
23:21
49
43
22:44
114
93
21:58
137
89
20:29
137
124
19:33
314
232
19:18
272
190
20:56
351
290
19:58
400
339
19:55
392
342
19:18
498
423
19:53
573
475
3.237
2.640
ALL
TIME
BEST
Salzkammergut
Marathon
Time
Men
2:49:21
Niklas
Kröhn
(AUT),
*1971
2:49:48
Andreas
Pfandlbauer
(AUT),
*1978
2:53:49
Stefan
Greiner
(AUT),
*1982
2:55:27
Daniel
Kirby
(AUT),
*1984
2:55:49
Alois
Radlmayr
(AUT),
*1961
Year
2011
2012
2015
2014
2014
Time
Women
3:13:50
Dr.
Veronika
Limberger
(AUT),
*1986
3:22:49
Anne
Hartmann
(GER),
*1980
3:24:54
Abby
Knight
(USA),
*1983
3:33:44
Dr.
Michaela
Habring
(AUT),
*1969
3:35:18
Mag.
Anna‐Susanne
Paar
(AUT),
*1981
Year
2014
2015
2014
2013
2015
Year
2012
2003
2005
2005
2006
Time
Women
1:40:38
Helena
Barocsi
(HUN),
*
1966
1:40:46
Márcia
Narloch
(BRA),
*1969
1:44:35
Simona
Staicu
(HUN),
*1971
1:45:14
Chelangat
Sang
(KEN),
*1985
1:45:32
Helena
Javornik
(SLO),
*1966
Year
1990
1990
2001
2012
2002
27km
Classic
Race
Time
Men
1:26:10
Hosea
Tuei
(KEN),
*1987
1:26:51
Barnabas
K.
Kenduiywo
(KEN),
*1974
1:27:59
Abraham
Tandoi
(KEN),
*1974
1:28:02
Mariko‐Kip
Kipchumba
(KEN),
*1976
1:28:47
Elijah
Keitany
(KEN),
*1983
„Mr.
Wolfgangsee“:
Hosea
Tuei
(KEN)
–
Classic
Race
winner
2008–2013,
2015
and
course
record
holder
since
2010.
10km
Shoreline
Race
Time
32:15
32:43
33:01
33:14
33:14
Men
Markus
Sostaric
(AUT),
*1986
Vassili
Kraus
(GER),
*1985
Benjamin
Klingler
(AUT),
*1983
Michael
Lang
(GER),
*1981
Jürgen
Aigner
(AUT),
*1990
Year
2011
2004
2011
2014
2015
Time
35:59
37:03
37:20
37:27
37:29
Women
Eva
Trost
(GER),
*1968
Pavla
Matyasova
(CZE),
*1980
Bernadette
Schuster
(AUT),
*1981
Lauren
Martin
(AUT),
*1973
Maria
Koch
(AUT),
*1980
Year
2005
2007
2010
2006
2003
Year
2013
2015
2013
2015
2009
Time
19:18
19:18
19:33
19:53
19:55
Women
Julia
Lettl
(GER),
*1995
Anna
Baumgartner
(AUT),
*2001
Bernadette
Schuster
(AUT),
*1981
Waltraud
Berger
(GER),
*1970
Irmi
Kubicka
(AUT),
*1960
Year
2010
2014
2009
2015
2013
5,2km
Panorama
Race
Time
17:33
17:34
17:40
17:49
17:50
Men
Jürgen
Aigner
(AUT),
*1990
Julian
Kreutzer
(AUT),
*1996
Stefan
Aichinger
(AUT),
*1985
Martin
Haas
(AUT),
*1988
Leopold
Wölflingseder
(AUT),
*1967
ORGANISATION
Organising
team:
Laufgemeinschaft
St.
Wolfgang
Race
Directors:
Maria
Eisl,
Hannes
Hillebrand,
Gisbert
Rabeder,
Christian
Sams
Speaker:
Hans
Wieser
Presenter:
Heinz
Hörhager,
Harald
Prohaska,
Hannes
Reindl,
Fritz
Steinparz,
Peter
Wundsam
Refreshing:
Kathi
Praschl‐Zimmermann
Logistics:
Hans
Hödlmoser,
Ernst
Windhager
Press
/
Social
Media:
Mag.
Edith
Zuschmann
Race
Offices/Tourist
Offices:
St.
Wolfgang:
Hans
Wieser,
Thomas
Möslinger,
Monika
Eisl,
Eva
Scheutz,
Katharina
Schweizer,
Susanne
Schweizer,
Melanie
Suppan
Strobl:
Robert
Gratzer,
Maria
Eisl,
Anna
Buchegger
St.
Gilgen:
Brigitte
Winkler,
Christine
Hausjell,
Theresa
Jocher
Bad
Ischl:
Siegfried
Lemmerer,
Patrick
DeBettin,
Harald
Ellmer,
Robert
Herzog,
Carina
Kienberger,
Doris
Laimer
Traffic:
Franz
Mühlbacher,
Heinz
Schuster,
Hans‐Peter
Bayr,
Robert
Ratzinger,
Hermann
Müllegger,
Günter
Pfandlbauer,
Georg
Grafinger,
Martina
Stallinger,
SV
Rußbach,
Wirlinger
Traditionsschützen
Medical
service:
Red
Cross
St.
Wolfgang,
Red
Cross
Strobl;
Mountain
Rescue
Services
St.
Wolfgang,
Strobl
and
St.
Gilgen
Voluntary
fire
brigades:
FF
St.
Wolfgang
–
Ernst
Windhager,
FF
St.
Gilgen
Löschzug
Abersee
–
Helmut
Gassner,
FF
Rußbach
–
Peter
Limbacher
jun.,
FF
Wirling
–
Andreas
Limbacher
Service:
WSV
Strobl,
USC
Abersee,
SV
Ried,
Bauhof
St.
Wolfgang,
Primary
school
St.
Wolfgang,
Secondary
school
Strobl,
rectory
St.
Wolfgang,
Kindergarten
St.
Wolfgang,
White
Horse
Inn,
Wolfganger
Prangerschützen,
Strobler
Prangerschützen,
AbArena,
Primushäusl,
GH
Fürberg,
GH
Gamsjaga,
bakery
Gandl,
cake
shop
Wallner,
St.
Konrad
Chor,
Jugendchor
Strobl,
Bauhof
St.
Gilgen,
Tourismusschulen
Salzkammergut,
Städtischer
Bauhof
Bad
Ischl,
Ischler
Faschingsverein
Photo
service:
Marathonphotos.com
Homepage:
Sportalpen
GmbH
Photos:
DI
Horst
von
Bohlen,
Anna
Buchegger,
Reinhard,
Marion
und
Simon
Hörmandinger,
Helga
Nagl,
DI
Lois
Nagl,
Trautner,
TV
Bad
Ischl,
Vierlinger,
Weinhäupl,
WTG
Technical
advice:
Franz
Zimmermann
Organiser:
Franz
Sperrer
EXEMPTION
OF
LIABILITY
&
INSURANCE
I
agree
to
the
organisers’
terms
appertaining
to
this
event.
In
the
case
of
my
participating
in
this
race,
I
accept
that
the
organiser
is
not
liable
for
damages
of
any
kind,
including
theft
and
damage
to
property.
I
will
not
make
any
claims
against
the
organisers
and
sponsors
of
this
race
or
their
representatives
for
damages
or
injuries
of
any
kind
which
could
result
from
my
participation
in
this
event.
I
confirm,
I
have
personal
insurance
cover
and
agree
to
follow
any
instructions
given
by
the
police
and/or
race
marshals.
I
declare
that
I
have
trained
to
the
correct
standard
to
take
part
in
this
competition,
that
I
am
physically
healthy
and
that
my
physical
condition
has
been
confirmed
by
a
doctor.
I
consent
to
the
use
of
the
following
without
any
rights
to
payment
and/or
compensation:
personal
data
collected
through
the
race
registration
process;
all
images
either
photographic
and/or
films;
interviews
(both
on
radio
and
TV);
advertising,
etc.
Furthermore,
I
agree
to
the
publication
of
my
registration
data
and
race
results.
I
confirm
that
my
stated
year
of
birth
is
correct
and
that
my
starting
number
will
not
be
passed
on
to
any
other
person.
I
acknowledge
that,
in
the
event
of
my
breaching
any
of
the
above‐stated
obligations,
the
event
organiser
reserves
the
right
to
exclude
me
from
participating.
Please
note:
data
protection
law
–
your
data
will
be
digitally
stored.
Those
prevented
from
taking
part
in
the
event
will
not
be
able
to
cancel
their
registration
and
will
have
no
claim
to
a
refund
of
amounts
paid.
The
event
will
go
ahead
in
any
weather
condition.
The
promoter
has
the
right,
for
any
reason
whatsoever
to
modify
the
event
or,
in
the
event
of
matters
of
a
serious
nature
eg
natural
catastrophe,
to
cancel
it.
In
this
case,
there
is
no
right
to
a
refund
of
entry
monies
paid
and
no
liability
for
the
promoter
to
pay
compensation
to
any
participant.
INFORMATION
–
ACCOMMODATION
–
PACKAGES
Wolfgangsee
Tourism
Au
140,
A‐5360
St.
Wolfgang
Tel:
+43
(0)
6138
/
8003
Fax:
+43
(0)
6138
/
8003
81
e‐mail:
[email protected]
Web:
www.wolfgangsee.at
www.wolfgangseelauf.at
www.arena‐wolfgangsee.at
TIMETABLE
Friday,
14th
October,
2016:
Warm‐up
(free)
with
the
LG
St.
Wolfgang‐team
Meeting
point:
Michael
Pacher‐Haus,
Michael
Pacher‐Straße
183,
A‐5360
St.
Wolfgang.
5.00
p.m.
Saturday,
15th
October,
2016:
11.30
a.m.–3.10
p.m.
Distribution
of
starting
packages
and
last‐minute
entries
for
the
Junior‐Marathon:
Tourism
office
Strobl:
Moosgasse
275,
A‐5350
Strobl.
1
p.m.–5
p.m.
Running‐Check
with
Peter
Wundsam:
Postplatz
St.
Wolfgang.
Limited
places,
we
advise
registering
via
www.wolfgangseelauf.at
1
p.m.–7
p.m.
Distribution
of
starting
packages
and
last‐minute
entries
(5.2
/
10
/
27
/
42.195km)
and
T‐shirt
collection:
Michael
Pacher‐Haus;
Michael
Pacher‐Straße
183,
A‐5360
St.
Wolfgang.
Lake
Wolfgangsee
Race‐EXPO.
st
1.30
p.m.
1 Start
Junior‐Marathon,
Lake‐Promenade
in
the
centre
of
Strobl.
4.30
p.m.
Winners
ceremony,
raffle
and
tribute
for
the
three
biggest
teams
(Junior‐Marathon):
Sports
hall
Secondary
School,
Strobl.
6
p.m.–8.30
p.m.
„Griaß
Eich!“
–
Meet
&
greet
–
pasta
party
with
live
music,
tribute
to
the
anniversary
runners,
infos
and
talks
(free
entrance).
th
Sunday,
16 October,
2016:
7
a.m.–9.30
a.m.
7
a.m.–3
p.m.
7.30
a.m.–9
a.m.
7.30
a.m.–9.30
a.m.
8
a.m.–10
a.m.
8.15
a.m.
8.30
a.m.
9
a.m.–3
p.m.
9.02
a.m.
To
9.05
a.m.
9.10
a.m.
9.20
a.m.
9.37
a.m.
10.10
a.m.
Until
10.15
a.m.
10.30
a.m.
10.34
a.m.:
10.38
a.m.:
11.37
a.
m.
1.30
p.m.
2
p.m.
2.30
p.m.
3.15
p.m.
3.30
p.m.
4.30
p.m.
5.30
p.m.
Distribution
of
27
km
starting
packages
and
last‐minute
entries
(only
27km):
Michael
Pacher‐Haus,
St.
Wolfgang
T‐shirt
collection:
Pacher‐Haus,
St.
Wolfgang
Distribution
of
Marathon
starting
packages
(no
last‐minute
entries)
in
the
Trinkhalle
building:
Auböckplatz
5,
4820
Bad
Ischl.
Distribution
of
10km
starting
packages
and
last‐minute
entries
(only
10km)
at
the
10km
Shoreline
Race
start
in
Gschwendt.
Distribution
of
5.2km
starting
packages
and
last‐minute
entries
(only
5.2km)
at
the
Tourism
office
Strobl,
Moosgasse
275,
A‐5350
Strobl.
Bus
transfer
for
the
Marathon
runners
from
the
Michael
Pacher‐Haus
in
St.
Wolfgang
to
Bad
Ischl.
Runners’
church
service
in
the
Pilgrim
church,
St.
Wolfgang.
Creche
in
the
Kindergarten
in
St.
Wolfgang
(Markt
199);
Meeting
point
at
9.00
a.m.
at
the
Michael
Pacher‐Haus.
First
boat
transfer
from
the
Schafberg
cog
railway
jetty
in
St.
Wolfgang
(no
stop
in
St.
Wolfgang
Markt)
to
the
10km
Shoreline
Race
start
in
Gschwendt
and
the
5.2km
Panorama
Race
start
in
Strobl.
Collection
of
Marathon
clothing‐bags
in
the
start
area
in
Bad
Ischl.
Second
boat
transfer
from
the
St.
Wolfgang
Markt
jetty
(9.25
a.m.:
calling
at
Schafberg
cog
railway
jetty)
to
the
10km
Shoreline
Race
start
in
Gschwendt
and
the
5.2km
Panorama
Race
start
in
Strobl.
Start
Salzkammergut
Marathon
at
the
Trinkhalle
building
in
Bad
Ischl.
Third
boat
transfer
from
the
Schafberg
cog
railway
jetty
in
St.
Wolfgang
(9.50
a.m.:
calling
at
St.
Wolfgang
Markt
jetty)
to
the
10km
Shoreline
Race
start
in
Gschwendt
and
the
5.2km
Panorama
Race
start
in
Strobl
(last
boat
transfer
for
runners
to
Strobl).
Fourth
and
last
boat
transfer
from
the
Schafberg
cog
railway
jetty
in
St.
Wolfgang
to
the
10km
Shoreline
Race
start
in
Gschwendt
(will
only
sail
if
necessary;
no
stop
in
St.
Wolfgang
Markt).
10km
Shoreline
Race
collection
of
clothing‐bags
in
the
start
area
in
Gschwendt.
5.2km
Panorama
Race
collection
of
clothing‐bags
in
the
start
area
in
Strobl.
st
1 Start
27km
Classic
Race
in
St.
Wolfgang
–
Group
1
(estimated
finishing
time
1:25:00–2:15:00)
st
1 Start
10km
Shoreline
Race
in
Gschwendt
–
Group
1
(estimated
finishing
time
30:00–50:00)
st
1 Start
5.2km
Panorama
Race
in
Strobl
–
Group
1
(estimated
finishing
time
15:00–27:30)
nd
2 Start
27km
Classic
Race
in
St.
Wolfgang
–
Group
2
(estimated
finishing
time
2:15:00–2:45:00)
nd
2 Start
10km
Shoreline
Race
in
Gschwendt
–
Group
2
(estimated
finishing
time
50:00–1:00:00)
nd
2 Start
5.2km
Panorama
Race
in
Strobl
–
Group
2
(estimated
finishing
time
27:30–35:00)
rd
3 Start
27km
Classic
Race
in
St.
Wolfgang
–
Group
3
(estimated
finishing
time
2:45:00–4:00:00)
rd
3 Start
10km
Shoreline
Race
in
Gschwendt
–
Group
3
(estimated
finishing
time
1:00:00–1:40:00)
rd
3 Start
5.2km
Panorama
Race
in
Strobl
–
Group
3
(estimated
finishing
time
35:00–60:00)
First
boat
return
journey
for
runners
(5.2
/
10km):
Schafberg
cog
railway
jetty
in
St.
Wolfgang–Gschwendt–Strobl
(each
hour
up
to
5.37
p.
m.).
Also
calling
at
St.
Wolfgang
Markt
jetty
at
11.50
a.
m.
/
12.50
p.m.
/
1.50
p.m.
/
2.50
p.m.
/
3.50
p.m.
/
4.50
p.m.
/
5.50
p.m.
First
bus
return
journey
for
Marathon
runners
from
the
Michael
Pacher‐Haus
in
St.
Wolfgang
to
Bad
Ischl.
Further
return
journeys
at
2.30
p.m.
/
3.30
p.m
/
4.30
p.m.
/
5.30
p.m.
(last
bus
is
waiting
for
the
visitors
of
the
winners
ceremony).
Victory
ceremony
5.2km
Panorama
Race
(all
ceremonies
will
be
held
in
the
Pacher‐Haus
in
St.
Wolfgang).
Victory
ceremony
10km
Shoreline
Race.
Victory
ceremony
Team‐Marathon
and
tribute
for
the
three
biggest
teams.
Victory
ceremony
27km
Classic
including
Salzkammergut‐
and
Lake
Wolfgangsee‐trophies.
Victory
ceremony
Salzkammergut
Marathon.
Last
bus
from
the
Pacher‐Haus
in
St.
Wolfgang
to
Bad
Ischl.
The
last
bus
is
waiting
for
the
visitors
of
the
winners
ceremony.
Please
note:
Minor
schedule
changes
are
possible.


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