In addition to the different distances and running and (Nordic) walking categories, there is also a Girls’ Sprint (0.5 kilometers) for young runners as well as the “Girls’ Mile” (1.6 kilometers). Those who prefer running in a group can register as a team. The Women’s Run gets off to a hilarious start with the “High Heel Run”, when the runners first show off their skills with a sprint (in high heels!) over the Bundesplatz (Parliament Square).
Ambitious but still undecided runners can check out the event website for more detailed information about all the categories. Training plans can be downloaded, and running workshops will help with your preparations. Don’t forget: When registering for the Swiss Women’s Run, participants have the option of supporting a charitable organization.