The first edition of the Pogórze Ultra Trail was an excellent opportunity for the runners to get to know the beautiful corners of the Strzyżów-Dynów Foothills region. A souvenir of the sporting rivalry and great atmosphere were the prizes prepared by Modern Forms. Their list included sports trophies.
PUT trophies in numbers:
- 18 trophies in the OPEN category – these were distinguished by three sizes: 6 x 30 cm, 6 x 25 cm and 6 x 20 cm
- 72 trophies in the age categories – these were single-panel trophies 20 cm high
Modern Forms' place during the PUT
Modern Forms, as strategic sponsor of the PUT, provided not only impressive prizes for the runners – including trophies in several categories – but also organisational support for the event. In addition to a company stand, where runners could find unique designs of medals and sports trophies, leaflets, catalogues and gifts, our brand organised a chillout zone. The relaxation area with deckchairs, refreshments in the form of sweets and commemorative key chains attracted crowds.
What was the PUT?
The Pogórze Ultra Trail is a local initiative of running enthusiasts from the Strzyżów area. The first edition of the event took place on 24 July 2022. The event was organised by local runners from the Subcarpathia region with runners from all over the country in mind. The ambassadors of the event were Paulina Jemioła, Radosław Slaski and Gniewomir Skrzysiński.
More than 300 participants took part in the first PUT competition. The runners had to cover a route running through beautiful corners of the Strzyżów-Dynów Foothills. They competed over three varied distances – 60km PUT, 25km Concrete and 13km Novice. Each of these was adapted to the running abilities of the competitors. At the same time, the routes were designed not only to be challenging, but also to show the beauty of the corners of the Strzyżów region, its natural and historical assets.
There was no shortage of prizes either… In addition to the Modern Forms sports trophies and medals, the organisers also took care to offer a special prize. It went to the winner of the PUT run on the 60-kilometre route – Artur Jendrych. The runner received a pass for the Cirque Series run in Engelberg, which will already take place on 24 September 2022.