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Welcome to run on Friday 4 May, 7pm, Espoo Iltajuoksu. Discounted fees for Aalto University!

Opening of the Spring season in good company at Espoo Iltajuoksu.

We have a suitable running distance for all: 7k, 14k, 21,1k and Relay (3 persons x 7k).

The Event Centre is in Tapiola  Sports park, Urheilupuistontie 1, around 600 metres from the metrostation Urheilupuisto.

 

Registration and more information www.iltajuoksu.fi

 

Cheaper entry fees for Aalto students and personnel, with following codes:

7km              20€               AALTO7

14km            20€               AALTO14

21,1km         30€               AALTO21

Iltaviesti       55€               AALTOVIESTI (3 persons relay team x 7k)

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