2. June 2018
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This year Rimi Eesti Food AS, NPO Estonian Association of Large Families, and the running event organizer MTÜ Spordiürituste Korraldamise Klubi (Sport Event Team) join forces to set up the first ever fundraiser Rimi June Run, held in Kadriorg on June 3. On the event day, also on Kadriorg Stadium, kids enjoy a free-of-charge sports program and a concert featuring performances from singer Laura Prits and many others. The running event is held to collect support for the children’s sports fund of NPO Estonian Association of Large Families.

Rimi June Run features an accomplishable-for-all five kilometer track for runners, walkers, and Nordic walkers. To register, go to www.juunijooks.ee. The start and finish as well as the competition center are situated on Kadriorg Stadium with the track running along roads in Kadriorg city district. Until the end of March, the entry fee is 10 euros for the timed distance and 8 euros for the untimed distance. 30% of the entry fee is donated to the sports fund of NPO Estonian Association of Large Families. The sports fund was set up to ensure that no endeavor is abandoned due to lack of money and that children from large families may truly rejoice in sports and an active lifestyle: purchase required equipment, pay monthly fees for exercise classes or competition entry fees. In addition to contributing to...

Register now for Rimi June Run

Rimi June Run is held as a 5 km race. Participants may cover the distance running, walking, or Nordic walking. To register, complete a registration form and pay the entry fee.

30% of the entry fee goes to charity.

The track is open to runners, walkers, and Nordic walkers starting from 10 years of age that are sufficiently trained to cover the distance. Younger participants are allowed on the track as accompanied by a parent or another adult.


Separate rankings are kept at Rimi June Run for individual competitors and teams.
To be included in the individual ranking, register as an individual competitor.
Team ranking includes four-member teams participating in timed competition. The ranking is based on the summative time of a team’s four members. All team members are automatically included in individual ranking.