- Joining possible until
- Apr 18, 2018, 4:00:00 PM
About this event
- Event Committee 2017-2018
- Apr 20, 2018, 3:00:00 PM
- Apr 22, 2018, 3:00:00 PM
- Nijmegen & Enschede
The Batavierenrace is the largest relay race in the world. Every year over 8500 students participate in this race!
The race is more than 180 km long and divided in 25 different stages. The race starts on the campus of the University of Nijmegen and after the 180 km will end in Enschede, at the campus of Twente. You will run together with many other students from different universities and associations in the Netherlands, which makes for an unforgettable atmosphere. The stages range from 3.8 to 10.7 kilometres. Come join and help to defend the Clio Honour in the weekend of the 21st of April!
To make the weekend even better, the weekend is ended by the biggest student party in Europe, over 13.000 students will celebrate the winner of the race. But most importantly, you will have a great night with more than 13.000 students that you will never forget. Furthermore, we will spend the weekend on a camping site, where we will never get bored! Especially, because many other teams will also have a spot there.
The weekend takes place from the 20 to the 22nd of April. So, join this special weekend full of running, have some chill times with (new) friends and partying.
Do you want to join the biggest student event of the year? You can sign up on the 5th of March! The first 35 people will be assured of their preferred spot (running or not). The ticket will only be 35 euros for the weekend when you have a weekend ov card. If you don't have one, choose the option that is valid for you..
By subscribing to this event, you allow Study Association Clio to withdraw the participation fee of €35 , €41 or €47 of your bank account. In case of cancellation, you will have to pay the participation fee of €35, €41 or €47 if no substitute is found.
If you have any questions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to see a bit about the atmosphere, watch this video from last year:
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