J.P.Morgan City Jogging and picnic

On 6th July 2014 we would like to enjoy together with you a sightseeing tour of another kind, namely a race!

It is time for the next…

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The JP Morgan City Jogging is a popular race through the city of Luxembourg. You can choose between the 6 or 10 kilometre routes, both of which are closed to traffic for the races, and both go via the Place d’Armes, Grand-rue and Pont Grand-Duchesse Charlotte. The start is located near COQUE, the aquatic centre in Luxembourg city.
The same route is also available to fans of Nordic walking and city walking either with or without a companion.

Last year a total of 4,000 runners took part in the JP Morgan City Jogging event on Saturday morning, with many runners signing up spontaneously on the day.

You can find some impressions of the last year’s event here.

Further information to the city jogging is available here: http://www.fla.lu/cityjogging/.

The idea is as well to have a nice Sunday morning meet-up and all the others not interested in participating actively are invited to cheer for the runners J After the race we may have a summerly lunch together!

In order to be prepared properly we would also like to have some training sessions in advance, with various courses – through the green spots as well as through the city.

We hope to see you there, either as a runner on Sunday, as a faithful support for our competitors or simply at the loose training sessions in advance.

The Sports SC

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2 thoughts on “J.P.Morgan City Jogging and picnic

  1. Dijana Krizanovic says:

    Great initiative, thanks for sending out the info, I have already signed up and will participate in both the training sessions and the run! Hope as many as possible will join!! 🙂

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