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Organisational information

Montafon Arlberg Marathon powered by Sparkasse

Age groups 2022

  • General class m and f (panorama trail, T33, marathon) 1993-2004
  • Women W30; W35; W40; W45; W50; W55; W60; W65; W70 (panorama trail, T33, marathon)
  • Men M30; M35; M40; M45; M50; M55; M60; M65; W70 (panorama trail, T33, marathon)
  • Youth Class m and f (panorama trail) 2005-2007

Routes and route selection

  • Marathon: 42.195 km, 1,500 vm
  • Trail T33: 33,5 km, 780 vm
  • Panorama trail: 15 km, 650 vm

The choice of route must be made within the scope of the entry and cannot be changed during the race.

ATTENTION: The start of the Marathon and T33-Trail is in St. Anton am Arlberg. The start of the Panorama Trail, Children's Trail and the finish area are in Silbertal in Montafon. For participants staying overnight or parking in Silbertal and the surrounding area, we offer a shuttle service in the morning from the finish to the start. For participants staying overnight or parking in St. Anton am Arlberg, we offer a shuttle service from the finish back to the start in the afternoon. You can find all the information HERE

Scores & prizes

Individual scoring: according to age groups

Prize money for the three best women & men (overall) on the marathon route
1st place € 250.00 | 2nd place € 150.00 | 3rd place € 100.00
Prizes for the three best women & men per class on every route
Each finisher receives a medal as well as a certificate to download

Results & Photo Service

Our timing partner RaceResult will continuously update the run times, you will find all results online at raceresult.com from the first finishes.
Our photographers from Alpha Foto will be spread out on the best spots on the course again this year and will take some souvenir photos of each participant. These will be available online on the homepage alphafoto.com in approx. 1-2 days after the event.

Equipment

No compulsory equipment is prescribed, but we appeal to the common sense of each individual. It is helpful to have a mobile phone switched on in order to be able to call for help for yourself or others if necessary.

The weather and temperature can change very quickly in high Alpine terrain. Good protection against the sun, cold and rain is necessary. Poles may be used during the T33-Trail and on the panorama trail, but there will be no special rating!

Catering on the Route

Along the entire marathon route, we are able to set up a varied offer at our refreshment stations.
In addition to water, fruits and sugary berverages from our regional suppliers, our cooperation partner „Hammer Nutrition“ offers a wide variety of gels, bars and isotonic drinks.

Rules & liability

By registering, each participant declares their consent to the competition conditions for the various competitions as well as the code of conduct. It is once again expressly indicated that part of the route takes place in Alpine terrain and that the participants are aware of the risks of injury from falling. In addition, all participants are subject to the stipulations of the StVO, the Federal Austria Street Traffic Regulations. No liability is assumed for cases of theft or other losses. Participation takes place at one’s own risk. Each participant is especially responsible for their physical suitability. The instructions of race management, route marshals, doctors and helpers must always be observed. Any external performance support is forbidden for the duration of the race. Violations of the competition rules will lead to disqualification. All participants born in the year 2004 and before are eligible to participate (panorama trail: those born in the year 2007 and earlier). Participants under the age of 18 may only start at the panoramic trail with the written consent of a parent or guardian.

Image and film material

Image and film material will be created during the event and the supporting programme. The participants declare their consent that this image and film material be used for advertising and marketing purposes without restriction. The participants have no claim to compensation for the image and film recordings.

Disqualification

Fairness is a fundamental concern for all competitions within the Montafon Arlberg Marathon. Disqualifications may be declared by the race management without right of objection in the event of irregularities (taking shortcuts, ignoring official instructions, leaving marked routes) or seriously unsportsmanlike conduct.

Race organiser adjudications and conditions

The race management has the option of changing the routes or interrupting a race due to weather conditions.

Training

The Montafon Arlberg Marathon and the T33 present special challenges to the performance of the participants as multi-hour endurance events at 1,250 and/or 780 vertical metres. Only a well-trained runner with an absolutely healthy body can meet these prerequisites.

Shower facilities

Sufficient shower and changing facilities are available in the finish area. We especially recommend a refreshing dip in the mountain water of the Litz.
PS: Don't forget your towels and swimming equipment!

Organisation committee

Organisers:
Tourismusverband St. Anton am Arlberg
Montafon Tourismus GmbH
Gemeinde Silbertal

Athletic director:
Günter Ernst

Timekeeping and result service:
RaceResult

Rescue services: 
Mountain rescue services Silbertal
Mountain rescue services St. Anton am Arlberg

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