Competitors run down the streets of ruined Warsaw.
|00:00:01:18||Runners at the starting line.|
|00:00:07:21||The competitors run down the streets of ruined Warsaw.|
|00:00:32:16||Runner Wacław Peryniec crosses the finish line.|
|00:00:34:20||Runners at the finish line.|
|00:00:37:20||The winner and the other contestants receive congratulations and prizes.|
|00:00:53:14||The crowd raises up the winner.|
One hundred and twenty competitors arrived at the start of the street race from plac Zamkowy [Castle Square] to Belweder. An impressive run down the streets of the ruined capital, organized by the editing office of “Kurier Codzienny” [The Illustrated Courier]. The first across the finish line was Wacław Feryniec, a student of the Officer’s School of Armoured Weapons in Modlin. Out of the one hundred and twenty runners only one didn’t finish the course. All the others ended the race in a great form. The winner received a “Leica” camera from minister Wincenty Rzymowski. The street run organized by “Kurier Codzienny” was a beautiful manifestation of popular support for Polish sport.