The Marathon 42km and Half Marathon 21km courses are measured and prepared in accordance with the rules of the World Athletics and the requirements of the Road Running Association (AIMS)
Marathon course certificate Half-Marathon course certificate
Drinks of the 21km and 42km participants will be collected for the water stations on April 24th. at the number pickup pavilion from 7:15 to 7:30am. The participant must clearly indicate the water station number on the bottle and use its own distinguishing mark to distinguish it from other participants' bottles. Water stations numbers are marked on the route maps. Participants' bottles at the water stations will be built first. During the run at the water stations, the participants pick up the bottles themselves or hand them over to the participants by the members of the participant's support team. The organizer cannot guarantee that the bottles will be handed over to the participants and that their bottles will not be picked up by other running participants.Download maps
Accurate course measurement is a basic requirement of AIMS membership so runners can enter an AIMS road race with the full knowledge that the course will be accurate.
Kaunas marathon is AIMS member and the coarse are measured by an accredited IAAF-AIMS Grade B measurer .
Three levels of standards encompass all types and sizes of races.:
To achieve their standards, we assess races on a total of 54 categories that cover:
Kaunas marathon certificated 5 star mark.
|V 1984–2005||M 1984–2005|
|V40 1974–1983||M40 1974–1983|
|V50 1964–1973||M50 1964–1973|
|V60 1954–1963||M60 1954–1963|
|V70 1953 and older||M70 1953 and older|
|1 place 600EUR||1 place 600EUR|
|2 place 300EUR||2 place 300EUR|
|3 place 200EUR||3 place 200EUR|
|Kaunas marathon course record 600EUR|
|Lithuanian marathon record 10 000EUR|
|1 place 150EUR||1 place 150EUR|
|2 place 100EUR||2 place 100EUR|
|3 place 50EUR||3 place 50EUR|
|Half-marathon course record 400EUR|