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Standard Chartered Hanoi Marathon - Heritage Race

Hanoi, Vietnam

03 Nov 2024 (Sun)

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Marathon, Half marathon, 10 km, 5 km

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Join Standard Chartered Hanoi Marathon - Heritage Race 2024

Standard Chartered Hanoi Marathon - Heritage Race 2024 is Vietnam's leading professional marathon which is held annually in November in Hanoi, the capital of the fastest-growing, most beautiful and peaceful country in Southeast Asia.

The marathon has been accredited by the World Athletics, officially certified by Grade A Measurers of the Association of International Marathons and Distance Races (AIMS) and affiliated with the Vietnam Athletics Federation (VAF). The race has become an AIMS official member since 2019.

Taking place for the first time under the name of Hanoi International Heritage Marathon, the 2018 race has immediately garnered the attention of more than 3,000 runners from Vietnam and all over the world. In 2019 the municipal authority declared the competition "the Official International Marathon of Hanoi", seeking to place the event on the world's map of major marathons, along with those in Berlin, Boston, Chicago, London, New York City and Tokyo. The race is a one-of-a-kind event that serves as both a traditional marathon, as well as a unique tour of the five major districts and almost all historical and cultural landmarks of the Old Quarter of Hanoi. More than 11,000 runners who joined the race in 2023 ran to discover the peaceful, charming, and historic city with 11 heritages and landmarks.

In 2024, the cooperation between Standard Chartered (SC) and DHA Vietnam is expected to bring new breakthroughs with outstanding developments for the Standard Chartered Hanoi Marathon - Heritage Race. This is the 10th marathon in the world-famous Standard Chartered Marathon system with the goal of honoring perseverance, solidarity, efforts to break the limits and applying international standards.

1. Hoan Kiem Lake (Lake of the Returned Sword): It’s famous for the Turtle Tower, a small, ancient and quiet tower located on an island in the middle of the lake. Right nearby is Ngoc Son Temple, situated on a different island and connected to the mainland by a small, red, wooden bridge that highlights the fresh green lake water.
2. Hanoi Opera House: Built in 1901, the Hanoi Opera House is a miniature copy of Opéra Garnier Theater. The Opera House is characterized by the French New Age and is one of the most important cultural centers of Hanoi.
3. St. Joseph's Cathedral Hanoi: St. Joseph's Cathedral Hanoi was built in 1884, in the medieval Gothic architectural style, with an arched dome facing the sky, much like the Notre Dame in Paris.
4. The Flag Tower of Hanoi: The Flag Tower of Hanoi was built in the early 19th century by the Nguyen dynasty, the last dynasty of Vietnam. This is also the most preserved historical landmark of Hanoi.
5. The Temple of Literature, the Imperial Academy: The Temple of Literature is a collective of complex monuments built in the 11th century in the ancient East Asian architectural style. This is also a monument that symbolizes the cultural development process of Vietnam with 82 steles honoring its graduates from the 15th to the 18th century.
6. Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is the resting place of President Ho Chi Minh, the first president of Vietnam. It is located in the Ba Dinh square, where the President read the Declaration of Independence, inaugurating the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in 1945.
7. Tran Quoc Pagoda: Tran Quoc Pagoda is a Vietnamese Buddhist center from the 11th to the 15th century. It is an 11-story-tall tower with a height of 15 meters. Each floor has six fenestra’s and in each, a statue of Amitabha (the celestial Buddha) made from mineral stone.
8. Quan Thanh Temple: The Quan Thanh temple is one of the four ancient towns of the antique Thang Long Citadel, built in the 11th century.
9. Cua Bac (The Northern Gate): Cua Bac is one of the few remaining traces of the ancient citadel of Hanoi. Opposite to Cua Bac is the Cua Bac church, built in a unique Asian–European fusion architectural style.
10. Long Bien Bridge: Built in 1898 across the Red River, Long Bien Bridge is akin to a witness to one of the most turbulent periods of Hanoi’s history. It was built by the French and considered their pride of in Indochina, and was also where French troops finally withdrew from Hanoi after the Dien Bien Phu victory.
11. O Quan Chuong: O Quan Chuong is an ancient city’s gate situated in the middle of modern Hanoi. It used to be a security checkpoint for the commercial district of ancient Hanoi, what is now known as the Old Quarter.

Standard Chartered Hanoi Marathon - Heritage Race represents the peaceful country and amicable people of Vietnam. We believe that, attending the race in Hanoi, a thousand-year-old capital, runners will find it well fit in their bucket list race.

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Course details

Course profile
flat
Course surface
Road
Other tags
Bridge
Capital
City
Closed Road
Family Friendly
Historical
Lakeside
Residential
AIMS certified
Single Loop
10000-24999 Participants
ECO Friendly
Boston Marathon Qualifier
Course highlights
The race has a loop course, starting and finishing at Hoan Kiem Lake, Hanoi's centermost landmark. It is a one-of-a-kind event that serves as both a traditional marathon, as well as a unique tour of the six major districts and almost all historical and cultural landmarks of the Old Quarter of Hanoi, allowing the runners to discover the peaceful, charming, and historic city with 11 heritages and landmarks they can’t miss.
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Start address: Thong Nhat Park, Đường Lê Duẩn, Le Dai Hanh, Đống Đa, Hanoi, Vietnam

Finish address: Thong Nhat Park, Đường Lê Duẩn, Le Dai Hanh, Đống Đa, Hanoi, Vietnam

Route map

Standard Chartered Hanoi Marathon - Heritage Race Route Map

Register

Registration closes on 19 September (211 days left)

The current price step is valid until 26 April, 2024

5km

5.00 Km

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38 EUR

-24%

29 EUR


10KM

10.00 Km

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53 EUR

-18%

43 EUR


Half Marathon

21.10 Km

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77 EUR

-31%

53 EUR


Marathon

42.20 Km

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91 EUR

-31%

62 EUR


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You can, within 24 hours after your registration, get a full refund if you change your mind.

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What’s included

These are included in your entry
  • done Finisher medal

  • done Goodie bag info

  • done Event T-shirts

  • done Cash prizes

  • done Timing chip (single use) info

  • done Pacers

  • done Photo Service

  • done Video Service

  • done Expo entry

  • done Drink Stations

  • done Medical Assistance info

  • done Bag drop info

  • done Toilets

  • done Accident insurance

  • done Custom BIB number

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Frequently asked questions

When and where can I collect my BIB/race pack?

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Location: The pedestrian area of Tran Nhan Tong Street and the main gate of Thong Nhat Park, Hai Ba Trung district. Time: From November 3, 2024.

Can I change the distance after I purchase a ticket?

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Changing the running distance is allowed if it is requested before the deadline. The runner will have to pay the differences if the fee for the new distance is higher than that for the initially registered distance, while there will be non-refundable amount if the fee for the new distance is lower.

What is the cancelation/refund policy for this event?

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Runners will not get refund of the registration fee should the race be cancelled/delayed under any reason. After completing registration and fee payment, runners cannot ask for refunds relating to the registration for any reason. In case of unfavorable weather or unforeseen circumstances, ROC will notify the runners of the cause before the Race day. ROC can delay the event and are responsible for notifying the runners of the date to which the event is delayed.

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