Bioagra at the jubilee, 10th Nysa Run

This Saturday (June 10th) the jubilee 10th edition of the Nyski Run, one of the best-rated running events in Poland, will start. It already has a record turnout. Theoretically, up to 1 000 people and Mr. Corn can stand at the starting line.

In the 7th edition of the event, before the pandemic, 828 participants took part. This year, nearly 1,000 participants signed up for the run. This means that the current attendance record may be broken.


The event will be held with the active support of Bioagra. As in previous years, the company has prepared ecological bags for the participants of the run, in which the runners will receive food products from local companies. Motivating cheering will be provided by Mr. Corn – the official mascot of the company.

The jubilee edition of the run, which start and finish line is located at ul. Sudecka (at the height of HALA NYSA), confirms that the event is growing in strength. The starting list includes runners from the following countries: Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary and Turkey.

Before the main 10 km run, the beloved by the youngest “Family Mile” will be held. This is an additional, free run without age limits, addressed to entire families, during which fun is the ultimate goal. Participants of the “Family Mile” will receive commemorative starting numbers. Those who reach the finish line will also receive commemorative medals. “Family Mile” will start at 6:00 p.m. The time limit for covering the approximately 1.5 kilometer route is 30 minutes.

The main race will start at 7:00 p.m. The route of the run, which has been certified by the Polish Athletics Association, is fast, flat and fully asphalted, without an excessive number of turns.

The organizers of the event are the Interschool Student Sports Club “GIM 2” from Nysa, the “In Action” Foundation and the “NYSA RUNS” group.


Previous winners of the “Nyski Run”


2022 – Beata Michałków, POL – 36:25
2021 – Joanna Griman, POL – 38:29
2019 – Tanui Euliter Jepchirchir, KEN – 35:30
2018 – Oigo Christine Moraa, KEN – 36:40
2017 – Biwott Gladys Jepkurui, KEN – 36:58
2016 – Tatyana Kozubova, UKR – 36:38
2015 – Sylwia Ejdys-Tomaszewska, POL – 34:36 – RECORD TI
2012 – Ewa Kucharska, POL – 35:28
2011 – Katarzyna Durak, POL – 35:56.


2022 – Dmytro Didovodiuk, UKR – 31:07
2021 – Sebastian Leśniak, POL – 34:41
2019 – Kamil Karbowiak, POL – 30:20
2018 – Tuei Hosea Kiplagat, KEN – 30:56
2017 – Kibire Moses Kipruto, KEN – 32:38
2016 – Kamil Makoś, POL – 31:51
2015 – Anatolii Demyda, UKR – 32:47
2012 – Arkadiusz Gardzielewski, POL – 29:57 – RUNNING RECORD
2011 – Adam Draczyński, POL – 30:33.


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