MOZART 100 BY UTMB 2022 (18.06.): PROGRAM, RACE AND FAVOURITES. Our MOUNTAIN RACING CALENDAR 2022 section travels this weekend to Salzburg, the city of Mozart, where on Saturday the 18th the 10th edition of the legendary Austrian race will take place, which we have already told you about live here in other editions. RESULTS 

2,000 runners from 60 nations will gather in Salzburg from Friday to run one of the nine tests that make up the Mozart 100 by UTMB® and we at will be there live to tell you about it through our #patroncarrerasdemontana Héctor Rubio

Josef Materhoyer,  mozart 100 Race Director with Andreu Simón and Florian Neuschwander Photo: Héctor Rubio @hekruca

MOZART 100 BY UTMB 2022 (18.06.):


Friday, 17 June 2022

09:00 a.m. Opening of the Race Office
09:00 a.m. Opening of the Expo on Kapitelplatz Square
06:00 p.m. Presentation of the Top Athletes and Race Briefing on Kapitelplatz Square
08:00 p.m. Closure of the Race Office

Saturday, 18 June 2022

04:00 a.m. Opening of the Race Office
05:00 a.m. Start mozart 100 (individual and relay) on Kapitelplatz Square in Salzburg
07:00 a.m. Start mozart Ultra (individual and relay) in Fuschl am See
09:00 a.m. Start mozart Marathon in St. Gilgen
09:00 a.m. Opening of the Expo on Kapitelplatz Square
10:00 a.m. Start mozart City Trail on Kapitelplatz Square in Salzburg
11:00 a.m. Start mozart Light in Fuschl am See
12:00 a.m. Start mozart Half Marathon in Koppl
07:30 p.m. Awards Ceremony for all Competitions
03:00 a.m. Closure of the Finish Area (19 June)


Kapitelplatz Square, Salzburg. Photo: Héctor Rubio @hekruca


The trails of mozart 100 by UTMB® lead the participants through the diversity and beauty of the Salzburger Land and guarantee a unique and unforgettable trail running experience. With nine different competitions, mozart 100 by UTMB® offers the right distance for every level of experience.

MOZART 100 | 105KM | +/- 5,000 METERS |

mozart 100: the pinnacle event of mozart 100 by UTMB® and with over 800 registered runners, the competition with the highest number of participants. mozart 100 starts in the heart of Salzburg’s old town on Kapitelplatz at the foot of Hohensalzburg Fortress. The profiled route leads the participants via Hinterwinkel to the Zwölferhorn, at 1,500m the highest elevation of the competition.

The magnificent all-round view of Lake Wolfgang and the Salzburger Land rewards the effort of the ascent. Via St. Gilgen and along the shore of Lake Wolfgang, the runners can expect the second big climb up the Schafberg to the Schafbergalm after about 55km, before heading back towards Fuschl and along the north shore of Lake Fuschl. After 95km it’s time to mobilize your reserves again, because the second last climb up to the Nockstein up to 1,000m follows.

Once at the top, the fantastic view of the city of Salzburg will hopefully give the runners a last boost of motivation to tackle the final 10km over the Kapuzinerberg back to the old town of Salzburg with lots of energy, where they will be rewarded with an unforgettable finish and their hard-earned medal.

The fastest men complete the course in around 10.5 hours, the fastest woman finished after 13:19.21 hours in last year’s edition. A cut-off time of 22 hours is the maximum time available for all participants to complete the 105km.

MOZART ULTRA | 75 KM |+/- 4,000 M

mozart Ultra: the second ultra-distance for experienced trail runners and ultra-novices. The mozart Ultra starts in the center of the village Fuschl am See and leads the runners along the same trails as for mozart 100. The fastest men need 8.5 hours, the fastest women 9.5 hours to complete the course.

MOZART MARATHON | 41KM | + 1,800M/ -1,900M

mozart Marathon: after mozart 100, the mozart Marathon is the competition with the second highest number of participants of around 400 runners. The start is in St. Gilgen, right on the banks of the beautiful. Wolfgangsee, and takes runners to the old town of Salzburg on the same trails as mozart 100 and mozart Ultra.

The perfect introduction to the world of trail running for experienced road runners. Despite the many meters of altitude, the fastest men reach the finish line in about 3.5 hours, the fastest women in about 4.5 hours.

MOZART LIGHT |31KM | + 1,100M/ -1,300M

mozart Light:  starting in Fuschl am See – mozart Half Marathon: 21km, + 750m/ -1,000m, starting in Koppl – mozart City Trail: 9km, +/- 300m, starting in the old town of Salzburg, give all runners have the opportunity to get a first impression of the challenges of trail running.

Team competitions: For all fans of team competitions or for all those who would like to get a taste of the world of trail running, there is also the opportunity to complete the two ultra-distances mozart 100 and mozart Ultra in teams and to share the adventure with friends and colleagues. There is also a team ranking on the mozart City Trail, in which teams of three participants complete the 9 km and the total time of the three team members is added up.

All competitions have one thing in common: a personal adventure awaits through the breathtaking and diverse landscape of the Salzburg region, where you can test your personal limits, leave your comfort zone, and surpass yourself.


In the men’s category, among all these 200 competitors, there will be Andreu Simón (SPA), silver in Lavaredo 2021, the marathon runner Karl Aumayr (AUT), who won the Austrian National Championship in 2015 with a personal best of 2:23 hours.

Also joining the mozart 100 start line will be German ultrarunner Florian Neuschwander. While Neuschwander is no stranger to trail running, this will be his first time competing in the mozart 100. As well as several ultra-trail victories, Florian Neuschwander is also the current world record holder for the 100km treadmill in 6 :26:42 hours.

Photo: Instagram Florian Neuschwander @runwiththeflow

Likewise, the German professional triathlete, Fabian Rahn, will also celebrate his debut on the trail in Salzburg. With podium finishes at IRONMAN UK (3rd in 2018) and IRONMAN Wales (3rd in 2019), and a personal best of 8:20, he is highly motivated on his trail debut.

In the female category, Azahara García de los Salmones starts as the great favorite, without losing sight of Teresa Nimes or the Australian Louise Clifton.

Also in the marathon distance, four Ethiopian professional runners who will lace up their trail running shoes for the first time in the Mozart Marathon will fight for the podium and victory.

The two male athletes Melaku Mosisa Baysa and Mezgebu Alemu have half marathon times of 1:04 hours. In the women’s field, Addisalem Sleshi Alemu, who has a best half marathon time of 1:19hrs, will also make her trail debut and will run amongst compatriot Nehil Gezahagn Chali.



mozart 100 by UTMB® is part of the UTMB® World Series, which brings together the best races in exceptional locations while surrounding itself by unspoiled nature. A total of 25 events in 16 countries across Asia, Oceania, Europe, and the Americas have been confirmed for the 2022 UTMB World Series®.

This year’s mozart 100 by UTMB® offers exclusive access to the UTMB® World Series Finals 2023, which will take place in the 20 km, 50 km and 100 km categories of the UTMB® Mont-Blanc in Chamonix, France.

All finishers of the UTMB® World Series events receive Running Stones with the amount depending on distance and altitude. One running stone equals one entry in the lottery for the UTMB® World Series Finals.


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