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Warm up for the 10th Triglav Run

Running enthusiasts can begin to get in shape for September’s Triglav Run with training exercise sessions at nine locations across the country

Experienced and recreational runners aiming to attend the 10th Triglav Run on 10 September can already start warming up. In sport, good preparation counts for a lot, which is why the organisers of the only run that opens the gates of the Brdo pri Kranju estate are again providing free training sessions under the guidance of experienced trainers. The sessions, graded according to difficulty, will take place in nine Slovenian towns and cities from Tuesday 17 May.

The sessions are suitable for all generations and for varying levels of fitness. Under the watchful eye of experienced trainers, the sessions will take place, right up until the run itself, in Ajdovščina, Celje, Koper, Ljubljana, Maribor, Murska Sobota, Novo Mesto, Slovenj Gradec and Brdo pri Kranju, on the following dates:

• in Ajdovščina, every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 pm. Sessions led by Lucija Krkoč. Runners meet at Športni Park Pale;
• in Brdo pri Kranju, every Thursday at 6 pm. Sessions led by Klemen Dolenc. Runners meet in front of the Elegans Hotel;
• in Celje, every Tuesday at 6 pm. Sessions led by Aljaž Igor Topole. Runners meet at the stadium by Gimnazija 1, Celje;
• in Koper, every Tuesday at 7 pm. Sessions led by Niki Antolović. Runners meet by the children’s playground in Bonifika Park;
• in Ljubljana, every Thursday at 7 pm. Sessions led by Blaž Kavčič. Runners meet in the car park in front of Ljubljana Zoo;
• in Maribor, every Wednesday at 6.30 pm. Sessions led by Borut Podgornik. Runners meet in the Studenci neighbourhood, in front of Srednja Lesarska in Gozdarska Šola Maribor;
• in Murska Sobota, every Wednesday at 7 pm. Sessions led by Boris Kaučič. Runners meet at the stadium at Primary School 1;
• in Novo Mesto, every Monday at 6 pm. Sessions led by Aleš Lindič. Runners meet at Portoval Stadium;
• in Slovenj Gradec, every Tuesday at 7.15 pm. Sessions led by Uroš Verhovnik. Runners meet at Športni Center Vinka Cajnka.

Good preparation leads to relaxed running
Anyone wishing to get themselves in good shape for one of the running challenges at September’s Triglav Run can register for the training sessions on the event website. Experienced trainers will be on hand to ensure that you come to the event properly physically prepared and equipped with tips on how to lead a healthier lifestyle. This will make the run a more relaxed (and safer) experience.

This year the event will offer different runs of varying levels of difficulty: a half-marathon, a 10 km run, a 5 km run (for the first time), a three-person 3.4 km relay run, a 3.4 km family run and the “Kuža Pazi” children's run over 350 and 700 metres.

Running enthusiasts can check the differing demands of the various challenges on the website, choose the challenge that suits them and register. Early-bird registration, which is the cheapest option, is possible until 19 August 2022. After this date, the registration fee will rise. Registration will be open up to and including 2 September 2022, and on the day of the event until all the places have been taken.

Onwards to victory alongside top athletes
The Triglav Run is one of the activities through which Zavarovalnica Triglav promotes the advantages of exercise and a healthy lifestyle to the general public and its staff throughout the Triglav Group. They are helped in this endeavour every year by a large posse of Slovenian athletes, or Triglav Run ambassadors, who will also take part in the public training sessions during the summer. Among others, this year will see the return of Klemen Bauer, Anamarija Lampič, Peter Prevc, Cene Prevc, Žan Košir, Špela Rogelj and Nika Križnar. You can follow their activities on the Triglav Run website.

Sustainable and for a good cause
The Triglav Run is a run for a good cause, as Zavarovalnica Triglav have given donations to healthcare institutions at the event for several years. This year, donations totalling EUR 15,000 will be given to the Ultrasound Association for the Slojenčki project.

The event, which every year features a large number of sporting and social activities, also contributes towards the realisation of the objectives of the Let’s Secure the Future project, and thus constitutes a part of Zavarovalnica Triglav’s sustainable operations.

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