London is one of the worlds premier marathons, there is no denying that. But here we take a look a bit further afield and find some of the most incredible places to run a marathon around the world. Our Super Six Marathons Of The World promises to get your pulse racing.
1Huawei Venice Marathon & 10K
Venice is well known for its famous canals linked by many bridges. Located in North eastern Italy, it is made up of 118 small islands and is famous for its architecture, artwork and lagoon. Combine an unforgettable weekend in this beautiful city, steeped in history and culture, with the Huawei Venice Marathon.
Villa Pisani, Via Doge Pisani, Stra, VE, Italy
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2Al Mouj Muscat Marathon
The 2020 edition of Al Mouj Muscat Marathon will be a two-day festival in Oman’s vibrant capital. Starting in 2012 with 135 competitors, Muscat Marathon has quickly grown in stature. Fast-forward to 2019 and the marathon and the eighth edition hosted just over 8000 runners competing in six race categories across a two-day festival of running.
The Funchal Marathon is a sporting event of an international nature which takes place annually in the city of Funchal and that brings together athletes from many countries.This race will once again be run on a flat course, almost entirely on a closed, attractively landscaped circuit, offering the perfect setting for healthy competition between athletes from different nationalities.
Extremely flat and spectator-friendly, the Telenor Copenhagen Marathon is a loop course running through the very best of Copenhagen and Frederiksberg, with the start and finish at the harbour front of Islands Brygg.
Take on the fastest, flattest marathon of them all. The marathon route of the BMW Berlin Marathon is considered to be the fastest in the World and is a popular annual highlight for both runners and spectators.
Boston. The marathon that all other marathons are measured by. This isn’t only the World’s oldest consecutively run marathon, but it is regarded as one of its most challenging.
The legendary Boston Marathon course follows a point-to-point route from the rural New England town of Hopkinton, to Boston, finishing near the John...