This year's edition has been cancelled
Join Islandsbanki Reykjavik Marathon
The annual Islandsbanki Reykjavik Marathon takes place in August, the same day as Reykjavik Culture Night. The Marathon starts and finishes in Laekjargata, in the heart of Reykjavik.
Runners can choose from five different distances: marathon, half marathon, 10 km race and 3 km and 600m fun runs.
The race offers an atmosphere which is both relaxed and welcoming. Around 1,500 runners participate in the marathon and 3,000 in the half marathon, making both races less crowded than is generally the case in larger events. Since the Reykjavik Marathon also includes 10k and a fun run, it’s also a family event and fits all age groups and levels.The running conditions in the Reykjavik Marathon are usually extremely comfortable – the route is smoothly paved and very flat, while the weather tends to be breezy and in the mid-teens centigrade. Much of the Reykjavik Marathon route is along the coastline of Reykjavik and Seltjarnarnes, offering participants the benefits of the fresh breeze from the ocean with some blue mountains in the backdrop. Participation in the Reykjavik Marathon is surely a lifetime experience and a unique way to see the city.
directions_runStart Address: Lækjargata, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
flagFinish Address: Lækjargata, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Included in the fee
- Rented chip for timing that has to be delivered to the race staff after the race
- Bib number
- Medal for the finishers
- Powerade drinks
- One free admittance to the geothermal baths and pools in Reykjavik on race day or the day after the race
Because of environmental considerations, t-shirts are not included in the entry fee. It will be possible to buy a finisher t-shirt at the EXPO where the rule is first come, first get.
42,2 km marathon - For 18 years and older - 21,1 km half marathon - For 15 years and older - 10 km timed race - Not recommended for children under the age of 12 - 3k and 600m Fun Run - All age groups
All the runners that finish the race will receive a medal. The top three runners in 10 km, 21,1 km and 42,2 km will also receive special awards.
Timing will stop 7 hours and 30 minutes after the start of the first distance. Runners arriving to the finishing area after that will not get a registered time.
Rented chip for timing that has to be returned to the race staff after the race. Bib number. Medal for the finishers. Powerade drinks. One free admittance to the geothermal baths and pools in Reykjavik on race day or the day after the race. T-shirt.
Refreshment stations are situated approximately every 4 km. Powerade and water will be provided (and bananas to the marathon runners in the second half of the route).
Timing is done with Mylaps system
赛事信息可以在在赛事的官方网站或通过公开渠道找到。 总是以官方网站上的最新赛事信息作为参考。 如果有任何数据错误或遗失，请通过电子邮件告知我们.