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MBNA Chester Marathon

Chester, Cheshire

The Watergate Inn, Watergate Square, Chester CH1 2LY, UK

Sun 2nd October 2016

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Run on a fast course through the historic City of Chester and the stunning Cheshire and North Wales villages and countryside. One of the UK's biggest mass participation marathons, which starts and finishes at Chester Racecourse.

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