Start in the monastic village of Glendalough - one of Ireland's most popular tourist destinations.Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
Its fast and flat route is perfect for your first half marathon or a new 21K personal best!Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
Full, Half, 10k, 5k and 1k, all the races offer a different experience for runners with different ages and abilities.Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
100% of the profit will be donated to Hearts to Hearts International. Run between 13-16 Aug 2020!Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
Run the 73k in the Florence province, Italy to discover the history of Chianti.Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
The spectacular mountain scenery, a 360° panoramic view at the finish will take your breath away.Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
Run the distance of your choice between the 29th of October and the 1st of November. Tickets for 5k, 10k, Half, and Full Marathon are available!Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
The YETI BIKE RACE Nepal is a stage MTB race which summit is the Thorong la Pass, the highest cycle path in the world at 5316m.Show more! keyboard_arrow_right
If you are a newbie to the running world or an old seasoned veteran, there is the perfect event waiting for you in the UK. For those looking for the best UK marathons, the Bubble Rush ran through the East London area or the famous Tough Mudder are both amazingly unique events that add just a little more uniqueness to enhance your Raceday experience.
For those looking for a higher purpose to push them along, the Virgin Money London Marathon allows you to choose a cause to run for and hit the pavement with purpose. The best UK marathons will allow you to raise funds to do some good on this earth.
Whatever your personal reason for running a marathon is, the UK has the perfect event waiting to allow you to beat your personal best, support a beloved charity, or just to have a whole lot of run running around in the mud. Check out all the races that there are to choose from in the great running destination haven that the UK is.
It only takes about 24 weeks to go from couch to finish line
On the average, it takes a runner about 4 hours and twenty minutes to complete a marathon
A marathon is 26.2 miles or 42.195 kilometers
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