Posts by category: marathon
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17 Feb 2018
Only 500 places remain for Paris Marathon.
16 Feb 2018
This year's ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon will be a family affair with the lunch of its first ever family mile event
14 Feb 2018
Bake Off stars take part in pancake race as their preparations for the London Marathon continue.
8 Feb 2018
Former world record holder Wilson Kipsang is targeting the record again at Tokyo Marathon 2018.
31 Jan 2018
Last chance for you to secure standard entry for the ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon
30 Jan 2018
Race organisers have confirmed The Mission to Seafarers as an official charity partner for the 2018 Limassol Marathon.
28 Jan 2018
Mary Keitany has her sights set on breaking Paula Radcliffe's world record.
24 Jan 2018
British elites confirmed for London Marathon
21 Jan 2018
Scotswoman conquers Everest challenge.
16 Jan 2018
Reap the fruits of your winter training and join the celebrations at the Zurich Marato Barcelona
15 Dec 2017
Abbott World Marathon Majors age group championships announced
12 Dec 2017
£20,000 has been made available for the top performers at next year's ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon
1 Dec 2017
Monday marks the last day in which you can take advantage of reduced price entry at the ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon
30 Nov 2017
Olympic champion Eliud Kipchoge heads to London Marathon.
27 Nov 2017
Mont Saint-Michel Marathon weekend preview 2018
6 Nov 2017
Shalane Flanagan has become the first American woman to win the New York City Marathon in 40 years.
1 Nov 2017
The Stroke Association is inviting runners to join them for the 2018 Paris Marathon
30 Oct 2017
Frankfurt Marathon report 2017
18 Oct 2017
2900 runners will compete at the upcoming Brooks Snowdonia Marathon Eryri, making for another sell-out at one of the most stunning 26.2 mile races on the UK calendar
13 Oct 2017
On a busy weekend of racing in the north of England, the MBNA Chester Marathon, plus accompanying Metric Marathon, demonstrated once more that it can more than hold its own