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Zug

Switzerland

Zug

13:00
Local time
Day run
Category
Scenic
Characteristics

Zug

Running in the heart of Switzerland

What is the Wings for Life World Run?

2019 will see the sixth edition of the Wings for Life World Run. The motto is the same as before: we run for those who can’t. It’s not a matter of fitness at all. From absolute beginner to competitive runner, from wheelchair athlete to power walker: anyone is invited to be part of the run.

The goal of the event is to raise money for the Wings for Life foundation who expedites spinal cord research. One hundred percent of all entry fees go towards projects that all have one common aim: one day, there has to be a cure for spinal paralysis.

REGISTRATION

To register for the run, click on the red button on this page. Once you are logged in, you will receive a confirmation email and your name will appear on our startlist. You will receive a newsletter and important information about the event via the Wings for Life Community.

Entry fee

One hundred percent of all entry fees go towards projects that all have one common aim: one day, there has to be a cure for spinal paralysis.

 

CHF 45.- (until December 31, 2018)

CHF 55.- (January 1 until March 31, 2019)

CHF 65.- (April 1 until May 5, 2019)

Participation

All participants have to be at least 16 years of age. Wheelchair athletes and runners start side by side in the same race. Sole provision: wheelchair athletes have to use their everyday wheelchairs for the race.

Important note to everybody: it is not allowed to wear earphones during the run because runners thus risk not hearing the catcher car approach.

Participant disclaimer

 

Further Information will follow soon.

 

Wheelchair Detailed Info

Be prepared

13°C Average temp
73% Humidity
20% Chance of rain

Averages for Zug
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100% of the entry fee goes to spinal cord research

45.00 CHFStarting fee
1.10 CHFVAT 2,5%

Note: From 31/12/18 the entrance fee will be 55.00 CHF

Zug

May 5, 2019

Local partner
PolarUPC MySportsRadio PilatusWatsonRenaultSchweizer Paraplegiker-StiftungGlencore