Seaquarium beach of the Lions Dive & Beach Resort
Bapor Kibrá, Willemstad, Curaçao
The Marathon course will take you along the waterfront of Curaçao, across the “swinging old lady”, the famous Queen Emma pontoon bridge and even over one of the highest bridges in the world, the Juliana Bridge, at 185 feet above sea level
The KLM Marathon and Amstel Bright half Marathon will take you along the waterfront of Curaçao, across the “swinging old lady”, the famous Queen Emma bridge pontoon bridge and even over one of the highest bridges in the world, the JulianaBridge, at 185 feet above the sea! The Intertrust 10K follows the same route but turns at the site of the pontoon bridge and continues the “Handelskade” with the typical Curaçao colored canal houses. The Cavalier 5K is the half of the 10K course. To see the course use the buttons with the distances. The Royal Netherlands Navy 10.5K Trail will take you through the peace and surprisingly beautiful nature of the unique ‘Salt pans of Jan Thiel’. Here you will enjoy the greatly diversity of tropical plants, birds and animals in their natural habitat and before you know it, you will find yourself face to face with a brightly colored flamingo or iguana.
KLM Curacao Marathon is an unique Marathon. The course is beautiful and challenging. A Winter Marathon in the tropics! 4 different distances on the road, 1 Trail. Finish on the Beach (Party), Pasta Party and a Open Air Movie night
The idea was born when I was running in Curacao. At one time I wanted to run the Juliana bridge which connects Punda with Otrabanda, 56,4 meters high. That is normally not permitted. ..Once on top of the bridge, while the sun came up, the idea arose to organize a Marathon in Curacao.
Together with my partner Martin Does we started this challenge. With help from family, many friends in Curacao, sponsors and partners, the first KLM Curacao Marathon started at 4.00 am, november 30 2014, Aims Certified and 1.600 enthusiastic Runners. A dream came true.
The race information has been found on the official website of the event or through publicly available sources. Always refer to the official website the latest race information. Please let us know if any data is wrong or missing, by emailing us.