Ras Al Khaimah,ae
The course will start and finish at the same place just about opposite to the City Hotel and at the end of the Manar Mall car park next to the Carrefour sign and run south along Al Muntasir Road to the first crossroads where it will turn right and run along the edge of the Mangrove Swamp to the Police Officers Club (3.5km) where runners will turn right and run along and past the Sheikh Zayed Mosque along the Al Qawasim Corniche Road. The route will then turn left and head south again down Al Nahda Street (6-7km) and then left to the Al Shuhada Roundabout with a gentle curve around (8km) to bring runners on to the south side of the Mangrove Swamp Road and will continue until and turn right at the Ruler's Palace (11km) and run along Khuzam Road to the Sheikh Abdullah Bin Muhammed Al Qasimi Roundabout (with a large lamp on it) (13.5km). Runners will then run straight (over) the roundabout and continue up to the next roundabout outside RAK Hospital, again run straight (over) to the intersection of Sultan Al Kabeer Road where they will U-turn (15km) and return along the north side of Khuzam Road, past the Ruler's Palace (18km) and turn right back onto the south side of the Mangrove Road to the first crossroads where they will turn left and head back to the Finish Line with a good final sprint (we hope!).
The 2013 saw a race first with three men under 59 minutes, while winner Geoffrey Kipsang was two seconds off the course record. The women's race re-wrote the all-time rankings as Lucy Kabuu ran the second fastest time ever to win in 66:09 minutes and Priscah Jeptoo and Rita Jeptoo (second and third) both entered the top five all-time fastest. Demonstrating significant depth, records for the fastest women's times by finishing position were broken from second place up to eleventh place.
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