Engadine Summer Run 2015: training sessions on the original course
On May 27 training sessions for this year's Engadine Summer Run will start on the original course. Led by organization committee president Anne-Marie Flammersfeld and Gut Training, training will be held on four sections of the course until the event on August 23. Professionals will be on hand to give tips during training.
As soon as the last snow on the course melts, training starts for the Engadine Summer Run on August 23. Four evening training runs are held until then on the original course.
Training starts on May 27 along the Sils – Silvaplana stretch. The next training sessions will be on June 23, July 22 and August 5. Professional runners including Annemarie Flammersfeld, Sascha Holsten and Erik Vliegen will be giving advice on running rules and schooling, warm-up, training planning, interval training, nutrition, regeneration, and race planning.
All running enthusiasts are welcome to take part in these training sessions. No registration is required. Training sessions last 60 or 90 minutes. Details of meeting points and times will be published on the Engadine Summer Run website.
Early birds pay less
The earlier you register for the 36th Engadine Summer Run, the lower the entry fee. Until the end of June you only pay 50 Swiss francs for the long stretch (25 km) or 35 Swiss francs for the Muragl run (11 km). Then the fee increases to 60 or 45 Swiss francs respectively until the end of July. And those who wait until August before registering will have to pay 70 or 55 Swiss francs respectively. Furthermore, registrations until the end of July can win a prize draw: one night for two people at the Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains in St. Moritz.