A TEST EVENT for only 2000 runners!


The event is open to all athletes being at least 20.
If you run with tourist-sporting goals in the not agonistic race it will be enough to register online and then sign and upload the Venicemarathon liability waiver form.
If you prefer to take part in the agonistic race, and have the chance to compete for a prize and be included in the FIDAL/IAAF ranking list you have to:
• hold membership of a foreign Sports Federation affiliated with IAAF and in this case you have to provide Venicemarathon with a copy of the association license or a self declaration in which you declare that you are affiliated with a sports club;
• get the FIDAL Runcard and provide Venicemarathon with a copy of the medical certification which allows you to take part in competitive races according to the Italian law.
Download the Rulebook.
2022 entry fees
• 40€ from 1 to 1000 entries
• 45€ from 1001 to 2000 entries

Registration fee includes:
• Bib number
• Medical assistance
• Refreshments along the course
• Goody bag with UYN official T-shirt
• Official programme and information publications
• Rent of timing chip
• Results by e-mail
• Finisher's commemorative medal
• Pre-race and Post-rave transportation
• Personal clothes transportation from start to finish area


Check your registration! Have a look at the square reported by your name, if the light is green no problem, if it is yellow or red click on it and read the missing documents. Do not get to Venice without having all documents in order.


Sunday, 23rd October 2022.
Start time
Marathon will start at 9:00am approximately.
The exact start time will be decided the day before the race, according to organization needs and TV broadcasting.
average high: 15°C / 59°F
average low: 7°C / 44°F
Bib pick-up
Pick up your bib and race pack on Friday 21st October and Saturday 22nd October at the Exposport Venicemarathon Village.
Venicemarathon Expo Village will be located in Venezia Mestre, inside the San Giuliano Park.
Opening hours: 
• Friday from 9am until 8pm
• Saturday from 9am until 8pm.
How to get there: directions will be included in the confirmation letter.
No bib pick-up on Sunday morning before the race. No bib sent at home before the race.
Bib numbers distribution
Bib numbers will be distributed in a progressive way depending on the registration date (those who register early will get a lower bib number).
Pre-Race Transportation
There will be a free shuttle service to reach the start line, reserved to participants only. The organization strongly advises all participants to use said service because the start area is difficult to access by personal means of transportation.

Shuttles will leave from:

· Venezia Mestre (railway station) from 7:00am to 7:30am (last bus).

Should you go to the start by your own car, remember that the area could be busy and the streets partially closed, try to be there early.
Bags for personal belongins
Athletes will be allowed to use the kit bags provided by the organization ONLY (they will be distributed with the bibs).
Note! Other types of bags will not be accepted.
Race timing will be managed by Timing Data Service.
Thanks to the chip applied to the back of athlete's bib number, sensors will record the actual time in which each runner finishes the race.
Times and rankings will be available in real time during the race on the web site www.venicemarathon.it
Along the route
Refreshement stations with water are available on the course every 5 kilometers starting from km 5. Sports drinks, fruit and cookies will be available from the 10th kilometer.

For competitors who withdraw, pick-up buses will carry them to the first-aid stations.
Maximum Times
Maximum time - km 10: 1h10'
Maximum time - finish: 2h30'
After these times the organization cannot guarantee complete closing of the race course.
Finish Area
The finish line is in Venice, in Riva dei Sette Martiri.
Beyond the finish line, athletes will find: the medal delivery area, the refreshment station, the bags pick-up area, restrooms and toilets.


The race will start from the 'living room' of Mestre, Piazza Ferretto, in the shadow of the tower, after which the competitors will pass through the renovated central area of ​​Piazzetta Coin and via Poerio, and then touch the new M9 museum complex and reach 'Piazza XXVII Ottobre', commonly known as 'Piazza Barche'. From here, you enter the traditional route of the Venicemarathon which passes along the Salso Canal, the green avenues of the San Giuliano Park and the Ponte della Liberta, to then enter the heart of Venice, where the athletes will face the extraordinary route flush with the water. water, appreciated all over the world for its uniqueness, up to the finish line in Riva Sette Martiri. The route was designed together with the Municipal Administration and the Local Police to cause as little discomfort as possible to citizens and avoid the prolongation of changes to the road network.