Tuesday, October 2, 2012
2013 Maratona dles Dolomites: Registration
As the event is always oversubscribed the traditional random drawing for starting numbers will take place in the second half of November. Half of the approximate 9,000 slots will be for Italian participants and the other half for foreign participants. The list of participants drawn will be published online afterwards. Register at www.maratona.it, find the details for the registration under "How to register at the race".
Another way of entering, that offers guaranteed entry, is to book a holiday package through the official tour operator Holomites. These offers include the registration fee, accommodation in facilities of various categories beginning from a period of 4 nights, along with different benefits for participants and their accompanying persons. These packages will be available beginning October 15th at www.holimites.com.
Once again there will be some slots available next year with a surcharge; these surcharges go to a charitable organization.
Summary of key dates:
October 15th 2012: Availability of starting packages on-line on www.holimites.com
October 17th to November 7th 2012: Opening of pre-registrations
Second half of November 2012: draw (the list of participants drawn will be published on-line afterwards)
November 27th 2012: on-line availability of 190 starting numbers which surcharge will be assigned to charitable institutions
December 3rd 2012: first day for confirming the participation by paying the registration
March 27th 2013: on-line availability of 190 starting numbers which surcharge will be assigned to charitable institutions
April 17th 2013: last day for confirming the participation by paying the registration
June 30th, 2013: Maratona dles Dolomites
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