Rondo 1 Run Up is a competition in running up the office stairs, in which both professional sportsmen and amateurs are to participate. The finishing line of the run is placed on the 37th floor of the Warsaw Rondo 1 office.
We are really glad that we can invite you to Rondo 1 once again on 11 March 2017. The main goal of the competition has not changed, it is all about helping children of the SOS Children's Villages Association in Poland. The total income from the fees of the competitors will be raised for charity. We have already collected nearly 150 thousand zlotys – says Marek Jakubiak, Head of Real Estate, Central & Eastern Europe of Deutsche Asset Management.
Although Rondo 1 Run Up is to be held on March 2017, the Internet registration is to start in January. The starting list offers 500 places for competitors. The fee amounts to 40 zlotys.
If you want to know more information, we invite you on our Facebook profile “Rondo 1 Run Up” in the nearest weeks. At present, works on a completely new page view of www.biegnaszczyt.pl. are being conducted. After its launching, the competitors will find all necessary information as well as numerous film and photo materials from the previous years – says Piotr Jakóbik, press secretary of the competition.
Rondo 1 Run Up has been organized since 2011. The last edition of the event held the range of Towerrruning European Championship granted by Towerruning World Association. The winner of the Old Continent was a German, Christian Riedl, who overtook a Polish specialist in this field, Piotr łobodziński. A Pole, Anna Ficner, triumphed among women.
Rondo 1 Run Up in numbers:
- Total height of the building: 192 m
- Number of floors to be climbed: 38
- Outrunning: 142 m
- Number of stairs to be climbed: 836
- Number of stairs on one landing: 11
- Number of returns: 76