Charity meets Powerman Zofingen

Our Organizational Partner

Our oganizational partner for this year's Powerman CHARITY is Jumbo-Markt AG.

Highlights

  • Running – Walking – Hiking with mass start
  • No race, no ranking list
  • Time measurement with finishing time (new)
  • Finisher shirt for all participants
  • Certificate
  • Running-in the official Duathlon Word Championships arena
  • Catering in the finishing area
  • Lottery drawing for all Powerman CHARITY participants
  • Entry fee of CHF 50.00 will be fully donated
  • Value Cards for company donations (new)

Race

5km Running, Walking, Hiking - September 3, 2017, Start 10:45 Uhr

Registration

Please register online at www.powerman.ch/registration or directly via Datasport.

Late registration is also possible directly at the Powerman Zofingen site as of September 3, 2017, details see programme.

The fee is CHF 50.00.

Additional donations benefiting Schweizerische Muskelgesellschaft can be done best via info@powerman.ch to the following account:

Credit Suisse, Zofingen, Konto-Nr. 0814-553824-51-1 / IBAN CH34 0483 5055 3824 5100 1

Motivate your customers and employees to participate

Please order the value cards via info@powerman.ch, mark the amount your company wishes to donate, the participant will pay the difference and we will issue an invoice according to the received value cards.

Our Value Card 2016 (pdf)

 

Schedule

Sunday, September 3, 2017

Time   Activity   Location
06:00 - 10:00
 
  Issue of Starting numbers
and late registration
  Stadtsaal
 
         
10:30   Welcome of participants   Arena
         
10:45   Start Powerman CHARITY 2017 5km run   Arena
         
as of 11:05   First finishers Powerman CHARITY   Arena

Benefited Organization

The donated money from Powerman CHARITY goes this year to the organization "Schweizerische Muskelgesellschaft". Homepage: muskelgesellschaft.ch

Racing Course

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The following organizations have been benefited from Powerman Charity in the past years:

PlusSport / Right to Play / Stiftung Sternschnuppe