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Blue Nose International Marathon

Quick facts

Location Halifax, Canada

Distance Marathon

Date 07 Jun 2019

About Blue Nose International Marathon

Are you up for a challenge?

The Scotiabank Marathon is a Boston Qualifying event that takes participants on a 42.2-kilometre (26.2 miles) adventure through the vibrant streets of Halifax and Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. This course allows you to experience several of Halifax’s main attractions on foot, including Citadel Hill, Point Pleasant Park and the beautiful downtown core, as well as the charming streets of downtown Dartmouth after a scenic trip over the Macdonald bridge.

Halifax has gained a reputation for being a little “hill-y” but it’s nothing you can’t handle (We’re sure of it!). You can also find comfort in knowing that the whole city will be cheering you on from the sidelines.

Add the Scotiabank Marathon to your list of must-do’s, after all, when was the last time you ran UP HILL towards the finish line?

Distances

Scotiabank Full Marathon

  • 42.195km

Doctors Nova Scotia Youth Run

  • 2km

BOYNECLARKE LLP 15KM

  • 15.229km

GoodLife FITNESS 10K

  • 10km

Lifemark 5K

  • 5km

Half Marathon

  • 21.097km

Practicalities

Equipment Storage

There will be a secure ‘bag storage area’.

Blue Nose International Marathon Route Map

Blue Nose International Marathon Route Map

Start:

Halifax Citadel National Historic Site

Halifax,ca

Overview

Marathon

Start line is located on Sackville Street, near Queen. Participants will head north first, over the Angus Macdonald bridge, towards a paved path of the Trans Canada Trail to start a loop around the beautiful Lake Banook. Participants will then run under the bridge for a unique harbour and bridge view before returning back to Halifax where they’ll enjoy running DOWN the hills in Point Pleasant Park and a loop of the Halifax Commons before they head to the finish line on Brunswick.

Half Marathon

Start line is located on Sackville Street, near Queen. Participants can look forward to running down the hills of Point Pleasant Park instead of up them, as this route heads south first, then heads to the north end and does a loop of the Halifax Commons before heading home to finish on Brunswick Street.

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.