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International Women's Day 2019

Ladies - Celebrate with us!

10% off for female runners on all marathons booked via World's Marathons.

Just use following code during checkout: WORLDSWOMEN

The voucher is valid only until the 10th of March.

Get inspired by our guide below or start discovering your challenge here

GUIDE TO THE BEST WOMENS ONLY RUNNING EVENTS

The fastest growing group of long-distance runners is women. Some race events have even surpassed 50% female runners and the trend is here to stay. To jointly celebrate the power of all fantastic women out there – mums, sisters, girl friends and daughters join a running event together. We have gathered our top selection of femmetastic races.

Tjejmilen 21K

  • Who is the typical runner?

    A group of friends combing a great race with a shopping weekend in Stockholm

  • About the race

    Tjejmilen 10K is the most popular running event for women in northern Europe and attracts 25 000 runners! The new distance for 2018 is a half marathon which will take you through beautiful Stockholm. The race is renowned for its great atmosphere - almost 40% of the runners have participated 3 times or more.

Vilnius Women Run

  • Who is the typical runner?

    Women who are looking to participate in a friendly 5k among other newbies or seasoned athletes

  • About the race

    This wonderful 5k was created for visitors and local women alike who want to race around the beautiful City Hall square in the heart of Vilnius. There is even a petite 200m course for youngsters who want to join in the fun. Not just about the race event, there is entertainment and a celebration of womanhood abound. Come join friends, sisters and other competitors from around the world who travel great lengths to be a part of something special!

Nanjing Pukou Women's Half Marathon

  • Who is the typical runner?

    Seasoned and newbie runners who want to empower themselves through friendly competition

  • About the race

    The Nanjing Pukou Women’s Half Marathon is a 13.1-mile course created to celebrate the power of women. It is a symbol of femininity in China. Held by Amazing China Sports Management and Amazing China Company who have organized marathons for over 13 years, and the organizers of the first women’s only marathon in China beginning in 2013, this half marathon can be a precursor to pursue a full marathon. Or it can just be a way for women to show their competitive side and celebrate their feminine power.

EDP Lisbon Women's Marathon

  • Who is the typical runner?

    Survivors, and those who love them, who want to race to fight breast cancer and to create awareness of it

  • About the race

    The EDP Lisbon Women’s Marathon is a race that was created to help fight breast cancer and to raise awareness of it. The lovely Portugal city of Lisboa comes alive with survivors of breast cancer, alongside those who love them, to race toward the finish line. The proceeds from the race contribute to purchasing breast cancer screening devices and all the revenue raised is donated directly to the Portuguese League Against Cancer. Join fellow fighters to make breast cancer a thing of the past by competing in this awesome event.

Osaka Women's Marathon

  • Who is the typical runner?

    A fast and record breaking runner

  • About the race

    If you are an advanced runner who wants to run in an even faster race - the Osaka Womens Marathon is the number once choice. You will be joining lots of talented fellow runners from Japan and many other countries globally. The race starts and finishes at the Yanmar Nagai Stadium located in the South of Osaka, and covers the most scenic and historic areas of Osaka City. The course is mostly flat with little change in elevation and protected from wind by buildings and trees along the streets.

Malaysia Women Marathon

  • Who is the typical runner?

    Women athletes and non-athletes celebrating International Women’s Day


  • About the race

    The Malaysia Women Marathon is an event that is specifically designed to celebrate the International Women’s Day in March. The theme of the race differs from year to year depending on the most current issue affecting women. It isn’t just a half marathon celebration; there is also a full marathon, a 10km, and a 5km. Although some men are allowed entrance, they have to qualify to do so. They must both be connected to one of the female participants and they can’t outpace the person that they are committed to running with.