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Aalto 10km/5km is coming again 16 September 2018- Come along!

Aalto 10km/5km sports event is coming again on Sunday 16 September 2018!

Aalto 10km/5km event is traditional sports event for Aalto's staff, students and alumni.
Event is arranged mid-september as part of the Espoo Rantamaraton- weekend.

Approx. 1500 members of Aalto participate to the event every year. 

Saturday 15 September

  • Marathon and half-marathon with timing  (start 12:00) (40 free places for the fastest personnel and students to register). Regular discounted price for "aaltoites" is 40€/person.

Sunday, 16 September

  • Aalto 10km (10km) with timing (start 12:00). Free of charge for Aalto personnel, students and alumni.
  • Aalto 5km (5km) no timing (start 11:50 am ). Free of charge for Aalto personnel, students and alumni

    You can run, jog, walk, or Nordic walk the distance of your choice. You choose, no pressure!

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