Tour de Tirol

08-10 October 2021 | Söll

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Tour de Tirol

08-10 October 2021 | Söll

Conquer every peak...
For the 15th time, the Tour de Tirol will take place in, around and high above the village of Söll. The Söller Zehner, Kaiser Marathon, Pölven Trail and Hohe Salve Ultra Trail events (taking place for the first time this year) ensure that there’s an ideal running challenge for participants of all ages and ability level.

Over 1,500 runners from almost 30 nations are expected to once again attend the ‘running event of the year’ from 08 to 10 October 2021 in Söll.

The most important questions

about the postponement of the Tour de Tirol

What happens to the already paid starting places for 2020?

All starting positions for the race this year remain valid for the Tour de Tirol 2021. This applies to all categories and competitions. The regulations of the Tour de Tirol 2021 apply.

Do I have to register again?

No. The starting place remains valid for 2021. Participants who want to run in 2021 do not need to do anything.

What if I can't or don't want to participate in 2021?

Should someone not be able to start in 2021, they must be canceled by October 31, 2020 using the form that all starters received by email. IMPORTANT: The unsubscribe options are only valid until October 31, 2020! Thereafter, the regulations and the provisions of the Tour de Tirol 2021 apply.

In that case, will I get my entry fee back?

All those who are registered for the Tour de Tirol 2020 will receive the information and the application form for deregistration in a personal email. There are three options to choose from:

  • Signing off 2021: Money returns minus processing fee (All: -29€ / Ultra: -22€ / Zehner: -8€ / Staffel: -15€ / Kaiser: -19€ / Pölven: -12€)
  • You support our event by foregoing a repayment and transfer, in return you will receive the limited Tour de Tirol-shirt worth 49 €
  • Signing off 2021: JOLsport coupon with your entry fee







Looking back at the 2019 Tour de Tirol

fast.hard.wet - Söller Zehner

For some participants, the Söller Zehner competition was an opportunity to go big and pull out all the stops. Others instead used the race as as a warm up lap for the Kaiser Marathon the following day. Still others enjoyed a comfortable 10 km run through Europe’s most beautiful flower village.

In the end, Olympian Gábor Józsa won the Söller Zehner men’s event (04 October 2019) with a time of 34:02 while Sintayehu Kibebo from Ethiopia won the women's event with a time of 39:43.

The day was extreme... The Kaiser Marathon

In lieu of ‘start-finish-victory,’ the sequence of this year’s Kaiser Marathon on 05 October 2019 was instead ‘start-finish-rain!’ The conditions that participants had to battle were simply unbelievable. In addition to the rain and cold, there were also very strong winds on the mountain. In the end, the organisation team decided to shorten the distance for all participants for safety reasons.

Unfortunately, the race didn't end all the way up the Hohe Salve mountain. Instead, the "finish line" was lowered to the Hexenwasser area. The finishers who were best able to cope with this weather were Gábor Józsa (HUN) for the men and Sintayehu Kibebo (ETH) for the women!

Looking back at the 14th Tour de Tirol! Pölven Trail

That’s all folks! 3 days of extreme, cold and yet wonderful weather have come to a close!

The Pölven Trail and the Kids' Run were the ideal way to round off a wonderful weekend on Sunday, 06 October 2019. Even the weather was a bit better on the last day of the competition... Up and down: The Kids' Run was an incredible experience for both participants and spectators. With happy smiles on their faces, nearly 400 children crossed the finish line to receive their medals.

Meanwhile, participants of the Pölven Trail event ran over hill and dale. In the end, no one was happier than the day's winners, Andi Rieder from Austria and Sintayehu Kibebo from Ethiopia, who was also the overall women’s winner. After a hard fought competition, the overall winner in the men's races was Hungarian Gábor Józsa.

Congratulations to all finishers of the Pölven Trail! Respect is also due the many starters of the Tour de Tirol. Congratulations on all your achievements!
We hope you enjoyed the events as much as we did. See you next year! ‘Pfiat eich!’

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