This year’s edition has been turned into a virtual event
Join Lima Half Marathon
The oldest half-marathon in America (and probably in the world), the Lima Half Marathon follows the chronological history of the city, starting in the historic Plaza Mayor and ending in the Circuito Mágico del Agua. Along the way, runners and spectators alike will be able to see various musical performances, circus acts and sports presentations.
The race usually starts at 8:00am but you can warm up from 6:30am onwards. The overall gain in elevation is 87m over the course of the marathon. Flat ocean level trail.
Only booking your spot for Lima Marathon through World's Marathons you will get:
-Invitation to train with the Peru Runners team prior to the race.
-Prime start position.
Hope to see you there!
Plaza de Armas (inicio) - Jr. Huallaga - Av. Abancay - Jr. Miró Quesada - Jr. Camaná - Av. Nicolás de Piérola- Jr. De la Unión - Av. Paseo de la República- Av. Bausate y Meza - Jr. Madre de Dios - Av. Arequipa (ambos sentidos) - calle Habana - Felipe Villarán - Av. República de Colombia - Jr. Augusto Tamayo - Av. Canaval y Moreyra - Av. Pablo Carriquirry - Av. Del Parque Norte - Av. José Gálvez Barrenechea - Av. Juan de Arona - Av. Arequipa - Circuito Mágico del Agua (Llegada)
18 years old for the Half Marathon and 13 years old for the 10K
Participants wishing to use the cloakroom service must leave their belongings (without valuables) at the stand of the PlazaMayor of Lima (Departure) and pick them up at the Magical Water Circuit of the Reserve Park (Arrival). The schedules are the following:In the Plaza Mayor of Lima.For the 10k from 05:40 hrs. until 06:40 hrs. and for the 21k, from 05:40 hrs. until 07:40 hrs.In the Magical Water Circuit of the Reserve Park.10k and 21k until 12:00 hrs.
Race Kit Includes
Invitation to train with the Peru Runners team prior to the race and prime start position. Bib Number and the electronic timing chip (B-tag) for time control
The control of the races will be in charge of qualified Technical Control Judges that will give the official results of the Event usingtime chip (B-tag), as established in the regulations of the IAAF International Association of Athletics Federations
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.