Join a breathtaking landscape and a versatile program.Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
If like many other runners from the north of Europe you are searching for a great winter escape and a race set in a beautiful location then Maratón Málaga may be what you are looking for.Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
First held in 1931, Seoul Marathon is the oldest marathon event continuously held in Asia, and the second oldest in the world following the Boston Marathon.Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
Next to the salt lakes where flamingos take a breath during the fall is sure to excite every runner, from the more experienced ones to the newcomers.Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
Pirin Ultra is a mountain ultramarathon held in the heart of Pirin National Park. The park is part of UNESCO World Heritage list and it offers extremely suitable terrain for skyrunning, as well as amazing, breathtaking views.Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
EPIC Azores by Decathlon is a trail race that takes place on the biggest island of the archipelago: São Miguel.Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
This year you also have a chance to take part in the race virtually, wherever you are in the world! Remember to track your run with an app of your choice. The organizer will provide a link where you'll be able to submit your result.Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
Enjoy one of the most panoramic races of the Planet. The YETI BIKE RACE Nepal, around the Annapurna Tour, crossing the highest rideable pass in the world at 5416m over sea level.Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
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For the majority of first-time marathon participants, the goal is not to win the race but to finish. However, for the more experienced marathon runner, he or she may set an exceptional goal to strive for a new personal best time by attempting to run multiple marathons over one’s lifetime. Even more so, another popular goal for a seasoned marathon runner may be to eventually obtain the coveted 6-st...
As a marathoner you probably have heard the phrase “the big 5” before. It refers to the biggest 5 marathon races in the world: Berlin, Boston, Chicago, London and New York City. These big 5 are about so much more than just the race themselves. They are about the camaraderie, the event itself, and the enthusiasm of people from all around the world. These marathons are the epitome of people from...
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