On the route from Nikšić to the Ostrog Monastery, the Ostrog half marathon was held, featuring over 300 athletes from seven countries - Montenegro, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Ukraine, Afghanistan and Macedonia, reports Vijesti on April 1, 2018.
The organizer announced that the oldest competitor in the half marathon was Spaso Palovski from Podgorica, born in 1944, and the youngest Goran Vujković from Nikšić, born in 2003.
The best in the men's overall standings was Alija Imamović from Bosnia and Herzegovina (1:14.54), ahead of Croatian Ante Živković (1:17.47) and Bruner Mikloš from Serbia (1:21.50), while on the women's side, Montenegro's Slađana Perunović won.
Perunović ran with a time of 1:24.59. Second place was awarded to Lucija Kimani (BiH, 1:25.02) and Ana Subotić (Serbia, 1:25.06).
Among the men, Miloš Mikić (Nikšić, 1:23.00) triumphed in the competition from Montenegro, followed by Goran Petrić (Podgorica, 1:24.31) and Igor Đapić in third (Nikšić, 1:25.32).
Perunović had the best time of the Montenegrin half-marathoners (1:19.59), ahead of Vesna Pavličević (Podgorica, 1:37.08) and Miluša Bošković (Kotor, 1:44.11).
This article was translated from an article on Vijesti.me Alija Imamović and Slađana Perunović the best at second Ostrog half marathon