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The race starts on Main Street. From there runners bear right along cobbles and through Sun Street towards Penistone Hill. After a brief uphill section, they pass the cricket ground and along Lee Lane to the nearby reservoir. The next four miles is on tarmac, over a stream and across an open moor to Withens Pub. The route continues across countryside, passing near Gatehouse and via Houghgate and Brookhouse reaching the halfway mark at the junction with the A629. The inward half starts along a footpath to Denholme Beck. Under a railway bridge to a reservoir, through allotments and over a viaduct, the route carries on through forest and across moorland to Hainworth Village. From there, runners pass along Black Moor Road, the nearby farmhouse and onto Penistone Hill. Then the last 1.2 miles onto the finish line. The Yorkshireman

City-Bay Fun Run Committee Inc. is a not-for-profit organisation. Our prime objective is to raise funds to support Athletics in South Australia and our efforts therefore assist athletes and clubs within the athletics community in South Australia. Local Service Clubs, as well as the Athletic community are supported with a donation based on the amount of volunteer help they provide both on race day and for pre-race administration. Race Events

Don’t miss out! Run one of the world’s most scenic #bucketlist marathons. It is run on one of the most spectacular courses in the world, taking in all of the Sydney iconic landmarks and providing all runners with a unique opportunity of crossing the Sydney Harbour Bridge traffic free.  Run across the Sydney Harbour Bridge and finish at the Sydney Opera House! Be quick and register today. CHOOSE YOUR EVENT Join in on the fun of the Blackmores Sydney Running Festival on Sunday, 20 September 2019 and enjoy Sydney, Australia’s most scenic course. All four running events start in Bradfield Park, Milsons Point travel over the main deck of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and finish at the Sydney Opera House (Marathon, Half Marathon and Bridge Run) whilst the Family Fun Run has its own unique finish at the Conservatorium of Music, the entrance of the Royal Botanic Gardens. https://www.sydneyrunningfestival.com.au/races

From the cannon used as a “starter’s pistol” to the “dog-tag” medals soldiers place around all participants necks at the finish line, this unique event is “military” from start to finish. More than anything, though, Canada Army Run, is about Canadians and the Canadian Armed Forces – Air Force, Army, and Navy – joining together in the spirit of camaraderie and community. It’s a chance for the troops to extend the military esprit de corps to Canadians and to thank them for their support. And, it’s an opportunity for Canadians to say thanks to the men and women who serve them in so many ways at home and abroad. No ordinary race. People run, walk or roll in Canada Army Run for many different reasons. Some are trying to break records or achieve personal bests. Some come in memory of parents or grandparents who spent their careers in the military, or of loved ones who lost their lives in the line of duty. Many are honouring sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, or mothers and fathers who are in the military today. Others come to salute Canada’s injured soldiers who participate in the 5K, 10K and half marathon events and demonstrate for all the […]

A Local Marathon running event taking place in Rutland since 2016. The Rutland Marathon is a family organised event at one of the most beautiful venues in the country. The race takes place around the shores of one of Europe’s biggest man made reservoirs. The route includes tarmac, gravel and dirt tracks and includes most the circumference of the lake including the peninsula. The route passes meters from the waters edge and weaves through some of the country’s most precious wetland habitats. You may be lucky enough to get a glimpse of a mighty osprey, even if you don’t you will still encounter some of the best views this picturesque county has to offer. Amenities and facilities are dotted around the route with established tourist spots including car parks, toilets and cafes. The course is incredibly spectator friendly with an excellent road network and series of large parking facilities at regular intervals. https://www.therutlandmarathon.co.uk/rutland-marathon-and-half-marathon?RL=1

The Surrey Hills Challenge charity event is one of the biggest sporting challenges in Surrey and returns for 2020. One day, six walking or running events, with six distances for people of all ages and fitness. The Ultra, a 60k run covering all terrains, the ultimate challenge; The Full, a 42k run or walk in the hills; The Half,a 21k walk or run over Leith Hil ; The Ten, a fast and furious 10k; The Five, a family challenge 5k, and a 1k kids’ fun run. All routes encompass some of the most picturesque views across the Surrey Hills along the Greensand Way, and are designed to test participant’s stamina and strength. https://www.surreyhillschallenge.com/?RL=1

The race starts and finishes in the shadow of Windsor Castle within Windsor Great Park, which is the only Royal Park managed by The Crown Estate. The Great Park was once part of a vast Norman hunting forest which was enclosed in the late thirteenth century. The antiquity of the landscape is enhanced by the scattering of great ancient oaks for which the Great Park and its forest are renowned. A truly inspiring venue for a very popular and long standing event! Entry from 1st December 2019 until 31st March 2020 UKA Club Member Half Marathon: £40.00 Half Marathon : £42.00 Corporate Challenge Entry: £42.00 Overseas Entry: £50.00 Home

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