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Szimpatika 10 kilometer

It will be 10... Can stay?

A flat and fast track with Budapest's magnificent panorama

The 10 km distance is a nice round number. For some, it may be their dream distance, while for others, it is just a regular training volume. It is the longest distance in track and field athletics and one of the most popular race distances in road races. It is an achievable distance for anyone and serves as a great entry point into the world of longer distances. Perhaps this is your distance?

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Routes and maps

Browse through our site plan and get familiar with the race venue for the weekend so that everything goes smoothly on the big day!

On our interactive Google map, you will find not only the important units of the venue but also the precise route and checkpoints. Share the map with your supporters and also your Google position using the location sharing feature so that your fans can track your exact location along the route. They can even plan their own routes to reach the selected spectator points:

registration, informations

We ask for your patience. We will publish the entry fees at the opening of the registration.

for prices and deadlines! We may introduce a participant limit for the half marathon in the future.

  • participation in the race
  • BIB number
  • a unique  technical T-shirt with the race logo
    • with a size scale of S-XXL for women
    • with a size scale of XS-XXL for men
  • a unique finisher’s medal for finishers
  • 20 € Wizz Air value voucher
  • refreshment points along the course
  • finisher’s goodie bag
  • medical service
  • course closed to traffic
  • chip timing
  • other programs before and after the race
  • 21.26% VAT

Online registration: On the BSI organizer’s online registration platform ( until September 5, 2023, at midnight (unless the participant limit is reached earlier). The invoice will be sent to you via email in .pdf format.

In-person registration: At the BSI events, at the information tent. On-site during the race number pick-up, following the schedule, if the participant limit has not been reached in advance.

Wheelchair and handbike racers can only register in advance, pre-registration is required.

  • Students discounted registration fee is available. It can be used up to the age of compulsory education (16 years), and afterwards, it can be claimed by presenting a valid full-time student ID. For students with a valid International Student Identity Card (ISIC). The card has to be valid on the day of the race and must be shown upon start number pick-up. Discount does not apply for on-site registration. Click here for acceptable ISIC cards.
  • CEE countries: Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine.

    Members of running clubs from the above countries are eligible for the discounted entry fee. Proof of membership must be presented upon bib pick-up.

  • Returnee (Applicable if you have ever participated in races organized by BSI – Run In Budapest.)

For entries submitted until July 30th, the first name will be automatically displayed on the race number below the digits.

We can only deviate from this upon the specific request of the participant. In the case of online registration, please enter the text „I do not want” in the designated section for the inscription on the race number.

There is also an option to have a different inscription (e.g., a nickname) instead of the first name on the race number, with a maximum length of 12 characters. This request must be indicated at the time of registration.

Only participants who specifically request an alternative inscription will have it on their race number; otherwise, the first name will be automatically displayed.

Participants who use their husband’s name with the suffix „-né” are kindly requested to provide their own first name.

We are unable to display image characters or emoticons on the race numbers.

There will be space for the inscription of the name below the digits on the race number for participants who register at a later time.

List of already registered participants: Click here.

The organiser of the race: 

BSI Sport Kft.
1138 Budapest, Váci út 152.
[email protected]

At the race, all well-prepared runners, wheelchair users, handbike racers, and runners with strollers can participate if they accept the information provided in the event details and meet the registration requirements.

Wheelchair users or handbike racers who complete the distance under their own power can start from the front of the field. They will start 1 minutes ahead of the main field with a motorcycle escort. They will be accompanied by a leading motorcycle and can leave the field after passing the designated point once the route is finalized. If they complete the distance with assistance, they can start from the designated start zone according to their planned pace.

All participants must wear the race number visibly and fully on the front, even when wearing a top. The use of triathlon-style race number fasteners is allowed.

A 10-minute time penalty can be given to a participant who folds or obscures their race number or fails to wear it clearly during the race.

If an individual participant is also the first member of a team (pair or trio), they do not need to wear the individual race number with an index assigned to the team.

A participant may be disqualified if they repeatedly violate the race number wearing rule despite warnings, fail to complete the full course designated by the organizers, provide inaccurate or incomplete information on the registration form, or misuse the timing chip.

For their own safety and the safety of fellow runners, it is not recommended for participants to listen to music or use any other audio player simultaneously in both ears during the race. There are cyclists and motorcycle organizers working within the field, as well as medical teams if needed. Wearing headphones can block out external sounds, potentially hindering communication with fellow runners, organizers, and medical staff.

Inline skating, cycling, running without a race number, and running with a dog are prohibited during the race. Participants who run with a cyclist or inline skater escort can be disqualified from the race.

We do not take responsibility for the safekeeping of personal belongings at the event venue.

Any commercial or advertising activities at the event venue are subject to prior approval and must be conducted in accordance with the guidelines and arrangements agreed upon by BSI.

BSI reserves the right, for organizational reasons, to limit the number of participants and close registration at any time.

BSI reserves the right to modify the route, program, and schedule of the event.

Infos for the race day

You can find the timetable here.

The event venue is Pázmány Péter Promenade, near the ELTE Budai Campus.

From Déli Railway Station: Take tram 17 or 61 to Móricz Zsigmond Square, then switch to tram 4 to Petőfi Bridge Buda side, and walk along Pázmány Péter Promenade (approximately 600 m).

From Keleti Railway Station: Take M4 metro to Móricz Zsigmond Square, then switch to tram 4 to Petőfi Bridge Buda side, and walk along Pázmány Péter Promenade (approximately 600 m).

From Nyugati Railway Station: Take M3 metro to Corvin Quarter, then switch to tram 4/6 to Petőfi Bridge Buda side, and walk along Pázmány Péter Promenade (approximately 600 m), or take tram 4/6 directly to Petőfi Bridge Buda side, and walk along Pázmány Péter Promenade (approximately 600 m).

Click here to see the Budapest Public Transport (BKV) schedule.

Plan your journey with BudapestGO!

Arrive by bike; we will provide supervised bike storage on the day of the competition. Use the community MOL BUBI bikes!

Parking: There are few parking spaces in the surrounding streets, and they fill up early in the morning. It’s advisable to choose more distant but secure parking. Larger parking lots near the competition center:

  • Paid parking at Kopaszi-gát parking lot, from there it’s approximately 800 meters on foot to the competition center.
  • Free parking at Lurdy Ház parking lot, from there take tram 1 across Rákóczi Bridge for 2 stops (Infopark stop), and then walk approximately 500 meters to the competition center.

We will establish the competition center in the northern block of ELTE Lágymányosi Campus.

The entrance will be on the side facing Pázmány Péter Promenade, and the exit will be on the southern side of the building.

At the event venue, in the competition center:

  • On September 6th, between 12:00 and 17:00
  • On September 6th, between 9:00 and 17:00
  • On September 8th, between 9:30 and 11:30

You will be allowed to enter the bib pick-up tables when one of the tables becomes available. The bib distribution tables are not organized by bib numbers; you can queue up at any available table. It is IMPORTANT to know your bib number when you line up at the tables.

If you don’t know your bib number, you can search for your name in the starting list under the appropriate distance, and your bib number will appear.

Participants who complete their first 10 km race are entitled to wear a special bib with the inscription „FIRST 10 KM.” This bib should be requested during bib number pick-up (those who indicated it during registration will automatically receive it along with their individual bib number), and it should be worn on the back.

Changing Rooms: The men’s changing room will be located in the southern block of the ELTE Lágymányosi Campus. The entrance will be through the doors on the side of the building closer to the Danube. The women’s changing room will also be in the same building. The entrance will be through the doors on the side of the building farther from the Danube.

For relay participants, dressing facilities will be provided at the exchange points, but there will be no cloakroom available.

Cloakroom: The cloakroom tents can be found by turning right from the exit of the race center and proceeding about 200 meters to the grassy area. Inside the tents, there will be designated areas based on ranges of bib numbers, which will be indicated with signs. The cloakroom ribbon will be attached to the bottom of the bib numbers. Participants should detach the ribbon from the bib number in advance and secure it to their belongings using the safety pin provided in the race pack, making sure it doesn’t fall off. To facilitate easy detachment, it is recommended to fold the ribbon along the perforation line multiple times. Belongings can be left in the tent area enclosed by barriers without having to wait for the staff to receive them. After reaching the finish line, our colleagues will hand out the belongings according to the bib numbers.

Opening Hours:

  • Drop-off: between 6:00 and 7:30
  • Pick-up: between 12:30 and 13:45

Please note that the cloakroom does not provide storage for valuables.

Bicycle Storage: Bicycle storage will be set up on the riverside of the southern block of the ELTE Lágymányosi Campus.

Toilets: The toilets in the basement near the men’s and women’s changing rooms can be used. Mobile toilets will be available near the start/finish area. Mobile urinals will also be provided for men. Along the route, you will find mobile toilets at the refreshment stations and the exchange point. Mobile urinals will also be available for men.

Race Zones:

  • 1st zone: Within 4:30 min/km – 10 km time between 45:00 min and below
  • 2nd zone: Between 4:30-5:00 min/km – 10 km time between 45:00-50:00 min
  • 3rd zone: Between 5:00-5:30 min/km – 10 km time between 50:00-55:00 min
  • 4th zone: Between 5:30-6:00 min/km – 10 km time between 55:00-1:00:00 h
  • 5th zone: Between 6:00-6:30 min/km – 10 km time between 1:00:00-1:05:00 h
  • 6th zone: Above 6:30 min/km – 10 km time above 1:05:00 h

Please note that if you encounter a runner with an incorrect sticker in your race zone, kindly advise them to choose a race zone that corresponds to their planned finishing time in order to avoid confusion, chaos, and potential accidents.

Wheelchair and handbike participants completing the distance under their own power will start 1 minute ahead of the main field and can line up at the starting gate no later than 5 minutes before the start. They will be accompanied by a lead motorcycle and may pass the motorcycle at a designated point after the final route has been confirmed.

Participants in the 10 km distance will start in multiple waves, with each wave starting every 1 minute. After reaching the starting line, the next wave will start 2 minutes later.

At the front of the next wave, organizers will be standing to guide and lead the field to the starting line.

Any equipment left in the race zone will be collected immediately after the start and donated to the Hungarian Red Cross for charitable purposes.

Distance: 10,000 m

Route: Pázmány Páter Promenade – TURNAROUND – Buda Lower Quay – Halász Street Ramp – Bem Quay – Ice Pit Street – Main Street – Clark Ádám Square – Chain Bridge – Széchényi István Square – Eötvös Square Quay Descent – Pest Lower Quay – TURNAROUND (After Chain Bridge) – Pest Lower Quay – Közraktár Street Quay Ramp – Fővám Square – Liberty Bridge – St. Gellért Square – University Quay – Pázmány Páter Promenade

Kilometer Markers: Each kilometer will be marked with a sign placed 2 meters high along the route. This will help you track your progress and ensure that you maintain the desired pace according to your planned route and preparation.


Distance (km)LocationOffering
3,1On the lower embankment of Buda, after the Erzsébet Bridge.water
6,7Lower Embankment of Pest, under Vigadó Squarewater, Powerade, banana, glucose
8Fővám Square, in front of BCE (Budapest Corvinus University)water

If the weather conditions warrant it, additional temporary water stations will be set up along the route.

There is no option for individual refreshment drop-off.

At the designated refreshment stations along the route, multiple 1-cubic-meter collection containers will be placed primarily for collecting empty cups. You will find these containers on both sides of the route after the last refreshment table. The last container will be located 50 meters after the end of the station, and this will be indicated with a separate sign. Please dispose of any waste from the refreshment station into this container at the latest.

We kindly ask you not to litter any waste along the route but to dispose of it in the containers provided at the refreshment stations. Selective waste collection containers suitable for recycling will be placed at the finish line and throughout the event area. The containers will be labeled to indicate the type of waste to be deposited.

Useful tips: At the refreshment stations, we can only hand out cup refreshments to the front and back of the field. When runners are arriving in large numbers, please do not expect us to take your drink. Refreshment stations are often the source of the most problems. Do not try to slip in between two runners for a quick drink or snack. Follow basic etiquette rules even during the race, wait for your turn, and remember that there are often fewer people at the remote end. Do not take more than you need, as there are likely many runners behind you who may need the refreshment even more. After crossing the finish line, you can collect your medal first, then your finisher package. You can refresh yourself with water at the water stations located at the start/finish area.

The successful finish will be assisted by pace runners with the following planned finishing times:

  • 50 minutes
  • 1 hour
  • 1 hour 10 minutes
  • 1 hour 20 minutes
  • 1 hour 30 minutes

You can find the downloadable pace charts here.

Based on the last starting time of 1 hour 30 minutes, the field will be followed by a sweep bus maintaining that pace. If the pace of the last runner falls below the pace of the sweep bus, they must board the bus, their bib number will be crossed out, and they will not be allowed to enter the finish area.

The timing service provider is AGNI-Timing.

The timing is done using UHF chips attached to the back of the bib number. Please read the following information about chip usage!

Rules for wearing the bib number:

Timing is done using timing mats (antennas) placed on the ground, which detect the transmitter placed on the bib number from a distance of approximately 2-3 meters. The timestamp is recorded at the strongest signal (when passing over the mat).

To ensure successful individual timing, please observe the following rules:

The bib number must be worn visibly on the front of the torso throughout the race. (Bib number belt is allowed) Covering the bib number is prohibited. Do not remove, fold, or puncture the chip attached to the back of the bib number. Ensure that you wear your own bib number during the race. After crossing the finish line, please leave the timing point as soon as possible.

The 1st to 3rd place male and female athletes in the Manna ABC 10 km race will be awarded. The award ceremony will be based on the order of arrival at the finish line (gross time). The online results list may show different rankings based on net time.

1st to 3rd place wheelchair and handbike male and female competitors: material gift.

after you finished

The results are continuously updated in the results list after crossing the finish line. Participants who do not have recorded times at any of the route checkpoints are listed in the results without a placement number. Participants who received a 10-minute time penalty for irregular bib number wearing are marked with an asterisk (*) next to their name.

You can pre-order a medal insert engraved with your name and finishing time to avoid waiting in line on-site. We will mail it to you approximately one and a half weeks after the event.

The insert is engraved on a self-adhesive plastic plate that fits perfectly into the recess on the back of the medal. You don’t need to search for money after the race, wait in line on-site, or send it for engraving later. We will create and mail the insert to you. Once it arrives, you simply stick it onto the back of your medal, and your personal keepsake of your achievement is ready.

The insert can be ordered online together with your race registration or through the „Products” section of the BSI registration system. 

The price of the insert, including postage is 12 €. Order deadline: September 15, 2024.

You can find our photo selection from the event on our social media page.

You can find our video selection from the event here.

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frequently asked questions

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