The Isle of Wight Marathon celebrated it’s 60th Anniversary in 2016, so 2020 will be the 64th running of this historic race. It has been run continuously since 1957, making it the longest running (and one of the first to be held) in the U.K.
A brand new course (first used 2013) of one lap featuring the much quieter roads on the west of the island
These are the undulating town and rural roads through Cowes, Gurnard, Rew Street, Porchfield, Shalfleet,
Yarmouth, Afton, Willmingham, Thorley, Wellow, Shalfleet, Porchfield, Northwood, Cowes.