Face off - pace on! The Tug-O-Run comes to Munich!
Ready for a run with a difference? Tug-O-Run turns running into a team sport. It’s crew against crew, racing in opposite directions over 5K. And for once it’s not the fastest runner, but the fastest team that takes the glory. Pull each other over the line as you push for the finish at your own pace. Run your city like never before. Test the latest On shoes. Then celebrate with an epic post-race party.
The timing tracking takes place via the Strava App. Please download the Strava App to your smartphone and register.
Olympia-Regattaanlage München, Dachauer Str. 35, 85764 Oberschleißheim
You have the possibility to use our bus shuttle service from Oberschleißheim station to the rowing regatta facility.
Thursday, September 12th, 2019
6.30 pm: Get your Race Bib and your pair of On shoes to try
7 pm: Race time!
9.15 pm: Honor of the winner! After Party with Food, Drinks, Music and more
Sign Up with your name and your running crew (Each team needs to start with at least 10 people). If you don't have a crew – no worries! Come solo and challenge the crews of Munich with our On team!
Win honor and glory, show that you are the fastest crew in Munich and win the Tug-O-Run trophy! Cool On prizes are waiting for the fastest boys and girls in the individual competition!
For each participant we donate 2 Euro to regional social projects.
For upcoming questions write a mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
More Information to follow here.
We are looking forward to having you!
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Regatta München e.V.
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Since the 1972 Olympic Games, the regatta course has become a well-known name in the rowing and canoeing world. The Olympic Games competition venue for rowers and canoeists is located six kilometres north of the Olympic Park, half on Munich soil, half on Oberschleissheim soil, in the Dachauer Moos and covers an area of 850,000 square metres.