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  • START LINE: Piazza del Duomo
  • Via Mengoni
  • Via Santa Margherita
  • Piazza Scala
  • Via Case Rotte
  • Largo Mattioli
  • Via Catena
  • Piazza Meda
  • Corso Matteotti
  • Piazza San Babila
  • Corso Venezia
  • Via Palestro
  • Via Marina
  • Via Senato (corsia bus)
  • Via Sant'Andrea (contromano)
  • Via Montenapoleone
  • Via Manzoni
  • Piazza Scala
  • Via Santa Margherita
  • Via Mengoni (contromano)
  • Via Mercanti
  • Piazza Cordusio
  • Via Dante
  • Largo Cairoli
  • Via Beltrami (lato sinistro)
  • Piazza Castello
  • Vialetti Interno Parco Sempione
  • Entrance to Arena Civica: Porta Trionfale
  • FINISH: Arena Civica
  • START LINE: Piazza del Duomo
  • Via Mengoni
  • Via Santa Margherita
  • Piazza Scala
  • Via Case Rotte
  • Largo Mattioli
  • Via Catena
  • Piazza Meda
  • Corso Matteotti
  • Piazza San Babila
  • Corso Venezia
  • Piazza Oberdan
  • Viale Majno
  • Piazza del Tricolore
  • Viale Bianca Maria
  • Piazza V Giornate
  • Viale Regina Margherita
  • Viale Caldara
  • Viale Filippetti
  • Viale B.d'Este
  • Piazzale Porta Lodovica
  • Viale Gian Galeazzo
  • Piazza XXIV Maggio
  • Viale G.d'Annunzio
  • Piazza Cantore
  • Viale Papiniano
  • Piazzale Aquileja
  • Viale di Porta Vercellina
  • Piazzale Baracca
  • Viale Toti
  • Piazza Conciliazione
  • Via XX Settembre
  • Via Curie
  • Viale Moliere
  • Viale Alemagna
  • Viale Gadio
  • Vialetti Interno Parco Sempione
  • Entrance to Arena Civica: Porta Trionfale
  • FINISH: Arena Civica
  • START LINE: Piazza Castello
  • Via Gerolamo Gadio
  • Viale Legnano
  • Porta Tenaglia
  • Viale Elvezia - (Going up on the left-hand side)
  • Viale Giulio Douhet - (Going up on the left-hand side)
  • Via F. Melzi d’Eril - (Going up on the left-hand side)
  • Corso Sempione - (Going up on the left-hand side)
  • Giro di boa Corso Sempione prima di Via Ezio Biondi
  • Corso Sempione - (Coming back on the left-hand side)
  • Viale F. Melzi D’Eril - (Coming back on the left-hand side)
  • Viale Giulio Douhet - (Coming back on the left-hand side)
  • Viale Elvezia - (Coming back on the left-hand side)
  • Piazza Lega Lombarda
  • Piazzale Biancamano
  • Bastioni di Porta Volta
  • Viale Francesco Crispi
  • Piazza XXV Aprile
  • Bastioni di Porta Nuova
  • Via Melchiorre Gioia
  • Viale della Liberazione
  • Piazza San Gioachimo
  • Via Ferdinando di Savoia duca di Genova
  • Piazza della Repubblica
  • Viale Tunisia
  • Corso Buenos Aires
  • Piazza Guglielmo Oberdan
  • Viale Luigi Majno
  • Piazza del Tricolore
  • Viale Bianca Maria
  • Piazza Cinque Giornate
  • Viale Regina Margherita
  • Viale Emilio Caldara
  • Piazza Medaglie d’Oro
  • Viale Beatrice d’Este
  • Piazzale di Porta Lodovica
  • Viale Gian Galeazzo
  • Piazza XXIV Maggio
  • Viale Gabriele d’Annunzio
  • Piazzale Antonio Cantore
  • Viale Papiniano
  • Via Antonio Dugnani
  • Via Vincenzo Foppa
  • Via Giorgio Washington
  • Piazza Piemonte
  • Via Michelangelo Buonarroti
  • Piazza Riccardo Wagner
  • Via Michelangelo Buonarroti
  • Piazza Michelangelo Buonarroti
  • Via Tiziano
  • Viale Cassiodoro
  • Piazza VI Febbraio
  • Viale Severino Boezio
  • Largo Domodossola
  • Viale Duilio
  • Piazzale Carlo Magno
  • Via Alcuino
  • Piazzale Damiano Chiesa
  • Via Emanuele Filiberto
  • Corso Sempione
  • Via Francesco Melzi D’Eril
  • Viale Giulio Douhet
  • Viale Repubblica Cisalpina
  • Viale Congresso Cispadano
  • Viale Legione Lombarda
  • Entrance to Arena Civica: Porta Trionfale
  • FINISH: Arena Civica

Atletica Stramilano A.S.D.

Running is a way of life

Running has always been the driving force behind the work of Atletica Stramilano A.S.D., which helps to coach athletes in a range of categories (competitive youth athletes, amateurs and “Masters”) and organizes training every year to prepare beginners and more experienced runners for the Stramilano International Half Marathon.

The competitive season always starts with the addition of new youngsters to the ranks. Efforts to include new members are at the heart of the association’s sporting philosophy. Initially, the new recruits have to learn about the correct techniques and movement, in a process which must fit around their studies and social lives. They must attend 2 or 3 training sessions a week. The days and times are agreed with the young athletes and their families. As is to be expected, we take part in provincial and regional FIDAL events, where we tend to put in solid performances. Training and races are seen as enjoyable steps on the way to achieving the desired results. Atletica Stramilano is always happy to hear from families and young people who are interested in training for athletics (including running, jumping, throwing and relay events). Please feel free to contact the secretary’s office if you would like further information or you would like to talk to the coaches about the best way to plan study and training times.
Training takes place at the XXV Aprile Sports Centre at 24 Via Cimabue in Milan, which is easily accessible from the QT8 station on Metro Line 1.

The competitive athletes in the “Amateur” and “Master” categories take part in FIDAL regional and national championship events and do both themselves and the club proud.

 

Stramilano Training
Every Sunday from November to March, Atletica Stramilano organizes the now-traditional Stramilano Training sessions for amateur and “Master” athletes. During these sessions, the association’s coaches hold group lessons on running techniques and training methods.

For information
Atletica Stramilano Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica
Head office: Via L. Valla, 16 – Milano – Italy
Tel.: +39 02 84742380