Friday 27. Sept. 2019

from 12.00 venue is open

Saturday 28. Sept. 2019

from 08.00  open for parking spaces

10.30 -11.45 pick up starting number

12.00 start of 24 h race

22.45 -23.30 pick up starting number 12h race

Sunday 29. Sept. 2019

00.00 start of 12h race

05.15-5.45 collect starting number 6h race

06.00 start of 6 h race

12.00 end of the race

Around 13.30 award ceremony

General information:

The 12/24 hour race is integrated with a sponsored run for the benefit of Pro Infirmis (non-profit organization for the benefit of people with disabilities)

All participants of 12/24 hours race can participate. On-site registration at the Pro Infirmis tent, sponsors card to fill out under  link

IAU rules are applied. It is e.g. not allowed to accompany a runner outside of the marked foodzone.

A tent 4X6 meters is available for the runner from Friday 12 o'clock - Sunday 12 o'clock,

Sleeping bag and / or air mattress, bring your own!

Food for runners:
Water, hot tea, Cola, Sponser Isotonic drink, broth, malt beer, Red Bull, coffee
Pasta, potatoes, bread with cheese or jam, pretzel, chips, peanuts, Sponseriegel, cakes, chocolate, biscuits, fruit (bananas, apples, oranges, watermelon)
Meals available for helpers:
In the starting area there is a cafeteria with drinks and snacks, and a sausage stand. Saturday noon and night and Sunday noon, a hot meal is available.
Bemer Therapy:

Free Bemer therapy available during the hole race, use the opportunity to recover inbetween 8 Min.
BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy uses electromagnetically transmitted signals to stimulate the pumping action of the smallest blood vessels, enabling the re-normalization of microvascular blood flow. The body's cells are better supplied and are able to perform their various functions. On the whole, BEMER Physical Vascular Therapy supports the body's control mechanisms for regeneration and rehabilitation processes. The therapy can be used as an alleviating measure, for example to:

  • improve the supply to organs and tissue, thereby aiding regeneration,
  • reduce susceptibility for infection,
  • support the immune system,
  • increase physical performance,
  • increase mental performance,
  • generate physical and mental performance reserves,
  • reduce the consequences of stress,
    Supporting metabolism for increased performance, strengthening the response capacity, reducing the risk of sports injuries, and faster regenerati

The Samaritans Brugg are responsible for medical care during the race
Dressing rooms, showers:
The dressing rooms and showers are located in the sports complex Au, 300 m from racetrack (see diagram).
Sunday after race a shuttle bus brings the runners to the showers and back.