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Emplacement Rome, Italy

Distance Marathon

Date 29 mars 2020

À propos run Rome the Marathon 2020

Running the "Run Rome the Marathon" is like running in an open-air museum!

Rome is an eternal and unique city, full of charm and surprises. And the 42 195m Rome Marathon will take you to the most incredible sights, following the steps of Roman gladiators as well as those of hundreds of thousands of marathoners in the past 25 years. And even though the Rome Marathon we know today started in 1995, it has very ancient roots. Indeed, Dorando Pietri crossed its finish line on April 2, 1906.

Picture yourself, running the infamous Maratona Di Roma on antique cobblestones, passing by the Colosseum, along the Fori Imperiali, up to the Vatican and through St. Peters Square as Pope Francis might be taking the Sunday Morning Mass.

The Rome Marathon is a once in a lifetime experience, different from anything you’ve ever done or seen before. Not only do you get to see incredible monuments, but you will also be cheered by a loving and highly enthusiastic crowd, while gladiators will be waiting for you at the finish line.
Getting your tickets for Rome marathon will ensure you don’t miss out on this life changing experience and become a part of history.

Every step will make you feel like a glorious marathoner, and we are pretty sure you will fall in love with the Italian capital city straight away!

The Run Rome The Marathon is certified with the “FIDAL Gold Label” and the “IAAF Road Race Silver Label”.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: 

Pursuant to art. 34 of the Rules for the Organization of Events issued by FIDAL, the race is open to all athletes, from 20 years of age, who belong to one of the following categories: 

1. Italian and non-Italian athletes registered with a club affiliated with FIDAL and belonging to the categories "Promesse"

2. Athletes registered with an Athletics Federation (other than FIDAL) affiliated to IAAF Submitting, in case they are not enrolled by their Federation or Club or Assistant, a special form for selfdeclaring their membership.

 3. Italian and non-Italian athletes registered with a club affiliated with a Sports Promotion Authority (EPS) that has signed an agreement with FIDAL, only if in possession of a RUNCARD-EPS. Italian and non-Italian athletes living in Italy, who are 20 years old or older and are members of a Sports Club affiliated with a Sports Promotion Authority that has signed an agreement with FIDAL, may participate if they hold a valid (not expired) RUNCARD-EPS issued directly by FIDAL. Warning: holding RUNCARD it is not sufficient. Participation is also subject to possession of a valid medical certificate (i.e. a valid medical certificate of eligibility for the practice of competitive “Athletics” (no other wording)

 4. Italians (whether resident in Italy or not) and non-Italian citizens living in Italy holding a RUNCARD. Italians (whether resident in Italy or not) and non-Italian citizens living in Italy, who are 20 year old or older but are not a member of a Sports Club affiliated either with FIDAL or with IAAF, may participate if they hold a valid (not expired) RUNCARD issued directly by FIDAL. Warning: holding RUNCARD it is not sufficient. Participation is also subject to possession of a valid medical certificate (i.e. a valid medical certificate of eligibility for the practice of competitive “Athletics” (no other wording)).

 5. Non-Italian citizens living outside Italy holding a RUNCARD. Non-Italian citizens living outside Italy, who are 20 year old or older and are not members of a Sports Club affiliated with FIDAL or IAAF, may participate if they hold valid (not expired) RUNCARD directly issued by FIDAL. Warning: holding RUNCARD it is not sufficient. Participation is also subject to possession of a valid medical certificate 

Informations pratiques

Limite d'âge

You must be 20 or older on the race day

Postes de Secours

technical and medical assistance provided

Médailles

finisher's medal (for classified athletes)

Stockage d'équipement

personal clothes deposit (with appropriate bag provided by the Organizers);

Le Kit De Course comprend

race number;insurance against civil liability, goody baf  containing sponsor's products;official technical jersey;refreshments and sponging along the route;official program and informational materials

Chronométrage

timing service provided 

run Rome the Marathon 2020 ITINERAIRE

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Rolf Kjärsgård

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Joe Ranucci

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Dennis Haskins

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Début:

Coliseum

Via dei Fori Imperiali, 1, 00186 Roma, Italy

Terminer:

Domus Aurea

Via dei Fori Imperiali, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy

Difficulté

flat

TEMPS FORTS

Few cities can rival Rome's astonishing artistic heritage. Throughout history, the city has starred in the great upheavals of Western art, drawing the top artists of the day and inspiring them to push the boundaries of creative achievement. The result is a city awash with priceless treasures. Ancient statues adorn world-class museums, Byzantine mosaics and Renaissance frescoes dazzle in the city's art-rich churches, baroque facades flank medieval piazzas. Walk around the centre and without even trying you’ll come across masterpieces by the giants of the artistic pantheon – sculptures by Michelangelo, canvases by Caravaggio, Raphael frescoes and fountains by Bernini.

VUE D'ENSEMBLE

The Rome Marathon starts at on the Via dei Fori Imperiali in the shadow of the Coliseum. proceeds through the city passing such famous landmarks as the Piazza di Spagna, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the Saint Peter's and Piazza Venezia. Molto bello! Despite Rome being the 'City of Seven Hills' the race is very flat. This gives runners the chance of a PB. However with cobblestones en route some participants will struggle. For all those who make it to the end they will end the race close to the start, back at the Coliseum.


run Rome the Marathon 2020 Trivia

In 2010, winner Siraj Gena of Ethiopia finished the race barefoot to honour his countryman Abebe Bikila who won the Olympic marathon in Rome exactly 50 years earlier. Throughout the years, Rome Marathon has made good use of its unique status as the capital of the Catholic Church. For example, the turn of the millenium was celebrated by moving the start area to Saint Peter’s Square and having the Pope himself wish all the runners good luck before the run.


run Rome the Marathon 2020 Prix des Billets: €60,00 - €70,00

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