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    1.9 km  Lake Maggiore – 2 loops


    It starts from Piazza del Popolo (behind the race finish line). Athletes must swim in a clockwise direction, keep all marker buoys on their right. After the first loop, athletes must exit water, cross the timing mats, and repeat the loop into the water.

    Exit on Piazza del Popolo, about 30 metre far from the transition area.



    90 km – one lap


    The bike course begins as athletes exit the transition area over an easy climb to reach the road along the lake and then follow this course:

    Athlete will go towards Meina and continue to Lesa; through Belgirate they will arrive in Stresa and then up to Baveno where there will be the turning point that will lead the athletes to Stresa again. From there athlete will go past Belgirate and Lesa again and, turning to frazione Calogna, they will reach Brovello, Carpugnino, Gignese, Armeno, Miasino, Bolzano Novarese and Invorio. From Invorio, via Meina, athletes will get back Arona.



    To see the map and the altitude profile of the bike course click here



    21 km - 4 laps



    To begin the half-marathon, athletes will exit transition, travel up Piazza del Popolo and reach the lakeside along Corso Guglielmo Marconi, Corso della Repubblica, up to Piazzale Moro. From here, athletes will turn into Corso Europa and continue along Via Alcide De Gasperi, Via Lago d’Iseo, Via Huy, and again Corso Europa where there will be the FIRST turning point to get back over the same roads, along the lakeside.

    Athletes must run in an anti-clockwise direction.

    The SECOND turning point will be at the beginning of Piazza del Popolo and about 100 metre far from the finish line.

    At each turning point there will be the timing mats.

    After completing the four laps, the athletes will be able to cross the finish line.

    The first three men, women and relay teams will be under escort of a cyclist over the entire course.


    There will be aid stations over the run course offering:

    -          Liquids and food soon after the transition exit

    -          Liquids and food at the beginning of Corso Europa, to be taken there and back

    -          Liquids at the turning point at the end of Corso Europa


    Last Updated (Sunday, 21 June 2020 20:09)

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