Join Beppu-Oita Mainichi Marathon
The Beppu-Ōita Marathon (別府大分マラソン Beppu Ōita Marason?) is an annual men’s marathon race that takes place every February between the cities of Beppu and Ōita on the island of Kyushu in Japan. First held in 1952 as a 35 km race, the looped marathon course begins at the bottom of Takasaki Mountain and reaches Beppu’s Kankoko International Port before turning back towards the finishing point in the Ōita Municipal Athletic Stadium. The race has IAAF Silver Label Road Race status. The event is sponsored by the The Mainichi Newspapers Co. and is formally known as the Beppu-Ōita Mainichi Marathon.
The marathon race attracts approximately 500 entrants each year, of whom around two-thirds finish the course. The large majority of the runners are Japanese, or Japanese-based. A small number of international athletes are invited to compete each year, although other foreign athletes also appear in the race for pace setting purposes. An additional road race, the Beppu-Oita Mainichi Half Marathon, was held in conjunction with the main race between 1976 and 2001.
Course HighlightsThe course for this competition marathon race starts and ends at the Oita Municipal Athletic Stadium, and the halfway point is set at the Beppu Kankoko International Port. It is a rather easy course to run as most of the course is on flat land. This course will thus be the first step to a successful career for new runners.
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