The Tet Riga Marathon's 10 km race will take place on Sunday, May 19, 2019.
The entry fee varies from the time of registration starting at € 15.00 in September and reaching € 28.00 in May. The registration is open and will be available until May 18, 2019.
The registration fee includes:
|42 km||21 km||10 km||6 km||Family Run|
|Bib number and ChronoTrack B-tag||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Personalization of Bib number (with name if registered until April 15, 2019)||✓||✓||✓|
|The official Runners' Handbook (full race information)||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Care and refreshments on-course||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Live web and mobile runner tracking||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Finishers' goodie bag with refreshments and snacks||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Post-race massage (upon availability)||✓||✓|
|Shower (upon availability)||✓||✓||✓|
|Finishers' lounge with complimentary refreshments and snacks||✓|
|Photo service (sportfoto.com with no extra charge)||✓||✓||✓||✓|
- Tet Riga Marathon art collection t-shirt (adidas Supernova collection)
The course lies in the very centre of Riga City and all runners can enjoy the charm of the largest city in the Baltic States. The course allows all visitors to run on both sides of the Daugava River, the largest river in Latvia and with the help of Vanšu Bridge the participants can enjoy some of the most beautiful spots in Riga – the Art Nouveau district, the amazing panorama of Old Riga and Pārdaugava, as well as the paved streets of the Medieval Hanseatic Old Town. Riga is rather flat without significant hills or ascents; therefore the only major challenge is crossing the Vanšu Bridge. All courses are traffic-free.
Start and finish area
Location and times
The start and finish area for all races will be located in 11. novembra krastmala between Daugava River and Old Riga. See the location on Google Maps here. A detailed start and finish area map will be provided in the official Runners' Handbook, which will be handed out at the EXPO together with the bib number.
|42 km elites||8:30|
|42 km un 21 km||8:40|
|10 km 1st wave||12:30|
|10 km 2nd wave||12:45|
|6 km 1st wave||14:30|
|6 km 2nd wave||14:45|
Start lanes for the 10 km runners will be organised by starting numbers.
|Elite lane||Reserved for elite and fast runners|
|Wave 1 12:30||191−220, 9501−13000|
|Wave 2 12:45||13001−18000|
Please note that start lanes are subject to change. Refer to the Runners' Handbook for the latest information.
Energy points and care on course
Aid stations and refreshments
Refreshments will be served in the following sequence:
(1) individual drinks of elite runners
(3) Isostar Hydrate & Perform Orange isotonic drink
(4) bananas and oranges
(6) container with sponges
Emergency medical aid (EMA) vehicles with medic brigades will be located in various locations of the course throughout the event and Medical Staff will be available in all energy points and in-between them. If medical assistance is needed at the start and finish area, a First Aid tent next to the finish arc will be at your service.