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Join more than 4,500 women who set the pace and run/walk through Sunnybrook Park and the Toronto Park system, in the heart of the city, in one of Toronto’s most popular running series and one of the largest women’s running series in the country. We are committed to creating opportunities for women to be healthy and active in an inspiring, fun, and friendly environment. You can decide to make the races as fun, recreational or as competitive as you want. Our races are very popular and fill quickly. Register now to secure your spot at the start lines and set the pace on race day. Register now for the 2020 Toronto Women’s Half Marathon/10k/5k on May 24, 2020 Register now for the 2020 Toronto Women’s 10k/5k on August 15, 2020 Register now for the 2020 Toronto Women’s 8k/5k on October 24, 2020 Please consider fundraising for our exclusive charitable partner, the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO) and help us raise more than $40,000 in 2020. Since we started the series in 2009, we have raised over $400,000 for POGO, thank you for helping make that happen. Come set the pace with us! We look forward to seeing you at the start […]

It is an annual point-to-point Boston Marathon qualifying marathon (42.195 km/26.219 mi) race between Lévis and Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. It has been held in August every year since 1998 and currently can reach up to 12,700 participants in all of the events combined. Along with the full marathon, a half marathon, a 10 km, a 5 km and children’s events are arranged as well. The course distinguishes itself from other races in that kilometer markers are posted in reverse order, indicating the remaining distance to the finish line. Among other things, this allows all events to start at the same time and on the same course, from the appropriate distance away from the finish line. The race is part of a series of races that go on around Quebec City each year called “Run Quebec City”, with the SSQ Quebec City Marathon being the most well known event. https://worldsmarathons.com/marathon/ssq-quebec-city-marathon

The Active Northumberland Kielder Marathon route follows an almost entirely off-road course around northern Europe’s largest man-made lake, Kielder Water, in Northumberland. Britain’s Most Beautiful Marathon is the finale to a weekend of events, starting with the Kielder 10K & Kielder Run Bike Run on Saturday 3rd October and followed by the Kielder Half Marathon and Junior races on Sunday 4th October. It all adds up to an electric atmosphere and a fabulous weekend in this beautiful part of the country. Marathon  

Be a part of Australia’s largest marathon and race alongside marathon legends. Circle around Albert Park Lake, Flinders Street Station, pass the St Kilda beach foreshore and cross the finish line at the MCG to cheers from supporters, family and friends. The Melbourne Marathon is a competitive, adrenaline-filled race for those experienced in marathon running who want to set a PB on our fast and flat course, and is also perfect for first-timers and less experienced marathon runners. EVENT INFORMATION Date Sunday October 4 2020 Distance 42.195km Start Time 7:00am Cut Off Time 2:00pm Field Limit 9,000 Start Line Batman Avenue (150m North of Rod Laver Arena) Finish Line Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) Age Limit 18 years or older on race day Registration Cut Off 12pm Saturday October 3 2020   ENTRY FEES & INCLUSIONS Please note entry fees are subject to change at any time, so sign up early to secure the best pricing. Adult $145.00  Inclusions: Entry Race Bib Safety Pins Race Information Booklet Competitor Gift* Optional Post-Run Massage Finishers Medal E-Certificate *Please note Competitor Gifts can only be collected from the Gift Collection Tent located at the MCG during Race Week Office opening hours. You must bring your bib with you […]

The Melbourne Marathon Festival is Australia’s premier Marathon event. There are five event distances to choose from, each finishing with a lap of the hallowed turf of the MCG. EVENT TIMES 42.195km Melbourne Marathon Starts 7:00am from Batman Avenue, finishes with a lap of the hallowed turf of the MCG SriLankan Airlines 21.1km Half Marathon Starts 8am from Batman Avenue, finishes with a lap of the hallowed turf of the MCG Asics 10km Run Starts 7:30am from Batman Avenue, finishes with a lap of the hallowed turf of the MCG Westin 5km Run Starts 11:30am from Batman Avenue, finishes with a lap of the hallowed turf of the MCG 3km Walk Starts 11:45am from Batman Avenue, finishes with a lap of the hallowed turf of the MCG The start location for all distances is on Batman Avenue, approximately 150m North of Rod Laver Arena Melbourne Marathon

In this point-to-point course, you’ll tour two cities for the price of one. The race starts in downtown Minneapolis, then crosses the Mississippi River into St. Paul, where you’ll finish at the State Capitol Grounds. The course bills itself as the most beautiful urban marathon in the country, and it might just live up to the hype—the route loops around four lakes and parallels the river, giving runners a nature fix in the middle of two big cities. Registration will open in early March 2020. https://www.tcmevents.org/events/medtronic-twin-cities-marathon-weekend-2020

The multi-award winning and UK’s only international marathon from the historic Roman/Medieval international destination City of Chester. We’re a qualifying race for the 2021 Abbott WMM Age Group World Championships! The 2021 world championship venue is yet to be announced. Check out how it works here. Both the 2019 and 2020 MBNA Chester Marathons are qualifiers. As runners ourselves we are passionate about delivering what for us would be the perfect race; a premier quality, competitively priced race which caters for the needs of runners of all abilities and speeds, combined with friendliness and personal touches which are unique to us. https://www.activeleisureevents.co.uk/marathon?RL=1&RL=1

The Standard Chartered Jersey Marathon is an established niche marathon situated on the stunning island of Jersey in the British owned Channel Islands. The race, which is split into three categories, Marathon, Relay Race and 3K Fun Run, attracted some 2,700 runners in 2019 with over 50% of marathon runners coming from off the Island. With a professional yet friendly atmosphere the event welcomes a variety of runner types, elite athletes compete for prize money and times, while corporate teams vie for the prestige of winning the trophy and many others compete to do something truly amazing for the benefit of others. http://www.jersey-marathon.com/home

With spectacular scenery, fantastic atmosphere and a truly memorable experience – it’s no wonder it was voted in the top 10 UK marathons by Runner’s World readers in 2016 and is on the bucket list for many runners from around the world. The Loch Ness Marathon follows a spectacular point-to-point route alongside world famous Loch Ness, starting in an atmospheric moorland setting and continues through stunning Highland scenery, taking you along the south-eastern shores of Loch Ness, across the River Ness, to finish in Inverness, capital city of the Highlands. https://www.lochnessmarathon.com

The event has grown into one of the largest and most exciting road races in the United Kingdom, promising to deliver the full works for the half marathon. It is now one of Europe’s largest half marathons and is Wales’ largest mass participation and multi-charity fundraising event. The event has grown significantly since it was founded by Barnardo’s in 2003 when 1,500 runners took part. It now attracts a mass race field of over 27,500 registered runners alongside world-class athletes in a trio of fiercely contested men’s, women’s and wheelchair elite races. It hosts the Welsh Half Marathon Championships annually and has hosted the World (2016) and Commonwealth (2018) Half Marathon Championships. The race is a member of the SuperHalfs, a global series of the world’s most prestigious half marathons including races in Lisbon, Prague, Copenhagen, Cardiff and Valencia. https://www.cardiffhalfmarathon.co.uk

One of the most stunning marathons in the world. With spectacular scenery, fantastic atmosphere and a truly memorable experience – it’s no wonder it was voted in the top 10 UK marathons by Runner’s World readers in 2016 and is on the bucket list for many runners from around the world. “Breathtakingly beautiful”, “friendly atmosphere”, “flawless organisation”, “felt like a festival not just a race” are just some of the comments we had from our runners in 2016 so why not come and experience it for yourself? The Loch Ness Marathon follows a spectacular point-to-point route alongside world famous Loch Ness, starting in an atmospheric moorland setting and continues through stunning Highland scenery, taking you along the south-eastern shores of Loch Ness, across the River Ness, to finish in Inverness, capital city of the Highlands. Why not make a Highland weekend of it and come with family or friends?  There’s plenty to entertain runners and spectators over the weekend with a free Sports Expo, Baxters Food & Drink Fayre, live music, kids’ activities and a Wee Nessie for under-5s. https://www.lochnessmarathon.com/event/loch-ness-marathon/

If you are looking for a marathon which is off road, picturesque and challenging then running the Clarendon is the ultimate. Our route takes you from Salisbury to Winchester along the ancient Clarendon Way with a few extra turns here and there to make up a full 26.2 miles. More than 90% is off road, with the trail following country tracks and paths – many of which have not changed since being travelled by the ancient Kings and Queens of England. In addition to the full marathon distance (26 miles), we also have a half marathon event (13 miles) and a mini (last 5 miles).  If you want to join us but are not able to run the full course, please feel welcome to get a team of 4 together and run in a relay or enter the mini and join us for the last 5 miles.  For spectators with children, we will also have a kiddie’s race around the grounds of Kings School. Our marathon event was first run in 1998. It was founded and organised by Paul Elderkin, a keen runner and member of a local Hash House Harriers Club. In 2012, Paul passed the management of the race […]