16K & 51 Bridges

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The CMP Venice Night Trail will take place in the city center of Venice through its calli (the typical street), 16K up and down 51 bridges between the mystery and charm of Venice by night.

Registration

The event is open to all athletes being at least 16. The race is open to everybody, included fans of fitwalking and nordic walking.
Each athlete is free to complete the course going at the pace which suits him better, accordingly to his physical preparation.
With the registration each participant declares to be in a healthy condition to take part in the race. With this form the athlete exonerates the organization from any liability, civil or penal, in case of accident during his/her participation in the race.
Download the rulebook.
2021 Entry fees - NEW REGISTRATIONS
• 35€ from 1 to 1000 entries
ATHLETES REGISTERED FOR THE 2020 EDITION
All athletes who were already registered for the 2020 edition will have the opportunity to participate at no additional cost at the CMP Venice Night Trail 2021 or 2022 edition. They will receive an email with instructions for the confirmation of their personal informations and the choice of the edition to participate. Once the choice is made it will not be possible to change it and the registration will be effective in all respects.
Entry options
Entry can be made using the online registration, in this case the payment will be made at the moment of registration by credit card.
Registration fee includes:
• Race number with timing chip included
• Medical assistance
• Refreshment at the finish line
• Changing rooms both at the start and at the finish line
• Toilets both at the start and at the finish line
• Race pack with technical T-shirt by CMP; gadgets from the sponsors and informative material
• Timing service

Race details

Date
Saturday, 28th August 2021.
Start time
9 p.m. from Venice-San Basilio
Bib numbers distribution
Race numbers are assigned progressively.
Material required
For safety reasons it is mandatory to participate wearing a headlamp.
Timing
Timing Data Service (TDS) is in charge of the timing of the competition.
The timing device (chip) will be attached to the back of your race number and it will record the net time that each athlete will require to complete the course. Detection points will be set along the course.
Timings and ranking tables will be available at any time during the competition on the website www.venicenighttrail.it.
The transponder is disposable so you DO NOT HAVE to give it back after the race.
Maximum Times
You can complete the course at most in 3 hours.
Medical assistance
The organization provides an adequate medical service thanks to the collaboration of local sanitary services.