51st Engadin Skimarathon sold out!

40 days before the 51st Engadin Skimarathon, all starting places have already been assigned. 14,200 people have registered for the second largest cross-country event in the world. Thus, the "Engadiner" is for the second time in history fully booked. There are still starting places available for the 20th Engadin Women's Race and the 3rd Engadin Night Race.

For the second time in its history, the Engadin Skimarathon announces the sale of all available starting places. "Our most important goal is the high quality and safety of our events. That's why we cannot accept more than 14,200 applications for the Engadin Skimarathon” explains Managing Director Menduri Kasper. “The huge interest in the race makes us all very proud. It is a great compliment to the work done since 1969 and to the Engadin as a unique cross-country skiing area.”

After the jubilee year the organizers still hold the participation restriction. The limit of 14,200 participants was reached on January 29th 2019; the registration was closed.

The Engadin Women’s Race is also on a record course

The starting positions for the other two races in the framework of the Engadin Marathon Week 2019 are also in great demand:

The 20th Engadin Women's Race on Sunday, March 3rd, currently has 19% more registrations over the same time last year, making a new participant record possible there as well. The registration status for the 3rd Engadin Night Race on Thursday, March 7th is at the same level as in 2018.

The 39th Engadin Night Sprint will also provide a unique atmosphere. On the evening of Friday, March 8th, the Marathon Village in the spa park of St. Moritz-Bad will again be hosting world-class athletes and young talent from Grisons as they sprint for fame, honour and prize money.

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