Join Rock 'n' Roll Madrid Marathon & 1/2
TEST The Madrid Marathon is considered, by many, to be the primary athletics event for the country, and receives much attention. It is currently known as the Rock ‘n’ Roll Madrid Marathon. Madrid Marathon Route With challenging hills, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Madrid Marathon is a tough race for some. However it is receives many positive reviews. Commonly the route is redrawn every year. Run the EDP Rock ‘n’ Roll Madrid Maratón & 1/2 and experience a race with a long history of excellence and tradition of strong competition.
The rock-infused event shows off Madrid’s most emblematic sites passing magnificent monuments, palaces and parks. Spain’s capital city marathon is world-class.The Rock ‘n’ Roll Madrid Marathon (Spanish: Maratón de Rock ‘n’ Roll Madrid) is an annual marathon race which takes place in Madrid, Spain, in late April. The event was first held in 1978 and now gained IAAF Gold Label Road Race status and had over 10,000 runners participate in the 2010 edition. A 10 km road race was added in 2010 and a Half Marathon road race was added in 2012.
Course HighlightsThe race course begins near Paseo de Recoletos and heads north past the Biblioteca Nacional de España, then the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. After 8 kilometres the route turns southwards and heads back towards Nuevos Ministerios. Runners then follow a twisting south-westerly route. After passing Plaza Mayor, it goes north past the Royal Palace of Madrid and reaches the half marathon mark at Parque del Oeste. After exiting the park, it traces a path south for a few kilometres and includes a six-kilometre loop within Casa de Campo. After a section which loops back south and north, the course heads east towards Madrid Atocha railway station. It runs along the perimeter of Buen Retiro Park and finishes inside the park at Paseo del Duque de Fernán Nuñez.
directions_runStart Address: Madrid,es
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