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Valley Harvest Marathon Valley Harvest Marathon Marathon Date : October 7, 2012 Ultra-Marathon: Route Map with additional 8km Marathon: The race starts and finishes on the campus of Acadia University, one of the most historic and picturesque university campuses in Canada. The start line is on Main Street, directly in front of the Atlantic Theatre Festival. You will first do a short lap in downtown Wolfville, running past quaint cafes, pubs and shops, before heading west out of town toward the village of Greenwich. From there, you will then run past apple orchards, horse farms and pastoral scenery, through gently rolling terrain, as you take in the splendour of the Valley during our Autumn Harvest. Half Marathon: The Half marathon features some gently rolling terrain, while the Full Marathon presents a few moderate hills. Whether you are doing the Half or the Full, you will finish back in Wolfville, at the grandstand of Acadia University's legendary Raymond Field. You will enter the track on the opposite side of the grandstand, giving you a 3/4 lap on the track as you are "brought home" to the noise of the crowd and the Run Nova Scotia Race Crew! 10km: The 10km race starts in front of Acadia's main gym on Main Street in Wolfville. Runners will head west out of town towards the village of Greenwich. From there you will run across the Dyke and into Port Williams where you will loop around the Port Pub and head back to Wolfville for a finish on the track at Raymond field. 5km Run: The 5km is a flat out and back fun run, on pavement and groomed trail, featuring chip timing. The run will begin at the Marathon start line and will finish at the Acadia University Raymond Field stadium. What did runners say about 2012? 2012 testimonials coming soon none
Log trail Marathon and Half Marathon and 10K Log trail Marathon and Half Marathon and 10K August 16, 2009 Come and join our trail marathon. We know you will like the sceneVancouver Island's "alternative" marathon is run on a trail that was formerly the grade of a logging railway. It alternates between good running surface and stretches of uneven running surfaces but it is the flattest marathon course on Vancouver Island. This is Vancouver Islands only "non" race no prizes for winning, but 2008 80% of runners and volunteers went home with a prize from our sponsors, everyone gets refreshments as part of the entry fee. Full & half marathoners receive a genuine railways spike, Full Gold, Half Silver. The run is non-competitive due to the trail conditions and lack of access to much of the trail by aid vehicles. There are no prizes for finishing fast and runners are encouraged to run with at least one partner for their own safety. Each runner is responsible for their own safety and needs. There is a limited number of water stations on the course so each runner should carry their own personal refillable water bottle. The start is at the north end of Maebelle Road; the turnaround is at the end of Beaver Creek Road, where there will be water, gatorade and fruit. The scenery along the route is spectacular, with views of wilderness, farmland and mountain ranges. Forests shade almost the entire trail. Finishers will receive a genuine, original railway spike - gold for the full marathon and silver for the half marathon. From Vancouver, BC: Take the BC Ferries to Nanaimo's Horseshoe Bay Terminal. Follow Highway 4 to Port Alberni. Upon entering Port Alberni, keep right just before the Tourist Information Centre juntion and follow the Old Nanaimo Highway to Maebelle Road (approximately 300 m). Turn right on Maebelle Road; follow the road to the end, where the start of the race begins. Come and join the community spirit of our marathon. none
Yellowknife Marathon and Half Marathon Yellowknife Marathon and Half Marathon August 16, 2009 The Yellowknife Multisport Club promotes fitness in our community through fun events. We organize and promote running, mountain bike and multisport events. NV
Midlands 100 Miler Midlands 100 Miler The journey starts at the Winterton Country Club at 19H00 (7pm) on Friday evening, 4th September 2009. The date is selected as the Friday closest to the full moon in August each year. This doesn't reflect on the athletes but is for the purely practical reason of light along the road at night. After the start in the Club gates, the athletes take a right turn onto the Bergville road and then again onto the Colenso Road before rounding a marker and returning past the Club's entrance to begin their epic journey towards the finish at the Carbineers' historic Headquarters in Pietermaritzburg. This short 5km loop allows the field (about 40 - 50 men and women) to spread out a little as they are picked up by their individual seconding vehicles and support team who will escort them along the way. The race passes through Estcourt, where the local Athletics Club treats the runners and seconds to hot soup and warm encouragement. After the climb out of Estcourt the field turns left onto the R103 and negotiates the daunting Griffin's Hill before descending to the cold of Mooi River and the host Club's soup kitchen at the Wimpy (where the management allow us to set up on their lawns and afford athletes and seconds clean toilets and fresh hot water to refresh tired bodies). The half way mark is about 700 metres further along the road towards Rosetta. At Nottingham Road the route takes a right turn just after the subway and rolls on past Michaelhouse and the hamlets of Balgowan, Lidgeton, Lions River (3/4 mark - 120 km) and Tweedie. After crossing the Umgeni River at the foot of the Midmar Dam wall they cross the N3 and enter Howick opposite the Midlands Hospital. Another right turn and they meander through Merrivale, under the N3 and through Merrivale Heights. Over the N3 again and along the Cedara Flats then up through Hilton. The 20 kilometre countdown starts at the Rotunda. At Crossways they turn right and climb over the rise past Cowan House. With 15 km to go, they start the tortuous descent down Sweetwaters Road. At the bottom of the hill begins the looooong haul along the relatively 'flat' Swartkop Road, Mayors Walk and Hoosen Haffajee Street before the last right turn along Chief Albert Luthuli Street, past the City Hall (1,2km to go!) And down to the left turn at the end of the old cemetery and into the welcoming finish at the Drill Hall. This journey will endure for between 15 hours (for the winner) and 26 hours (cut off) for the back markers. John Hall cell: 27824917679 office: 27333423284 fax: 27866167500 e-mail: PO Box 407 Pietermaritzburg 3200 KZN RSA none
Baleys Mountain to Surf 30th Anniversary Baleys Mountain to Surf 30th Anniversary March 7, 2009 Starts at the gates to Egmont National Park, Egmont Road 6.30am Walkers, 7.30am Runners Finishes at Marine Park, Waitara This year is their 30th Anniversary. Congratulations! none
Waterloo Marathon and Half Marathon & 5K Waterloo Marathon and Half Marathon & 5K April 26, 2009 Our Mission ONE-LOOP FULL MARATHON! These beautiful 21 and 42 km courses wind through rural mennonite country. From start to finish both marathon courses have an elevation change of only 50 meters. The courses are certified by the Athletics Canada/IAAF/USATF and is a Boston Marathon Qualifier The mission of St. John Ambulance is to enhance health, safety and quality of life through training and community service. The Kitchener-Waterloo Branch is your link to First Aid, CPR and many other life-saving programs. St. John Ambulance volunteers provide First Aid at many community events and contribute over 10,000 hours of community support annually none
Monaco Marathon Monaco Marathon March 22, 2009 Map data ©2009 Tele Atlas - Terms of UseVisualisez le parcours sur Google Maps MONACO - Boulevard Albert 1er Rue Grimaldi Rond point Aureglia Boulevard du Larvotto Sortie Sarda Napale/rond point du Portier Boulevard Louis II Quai de Etats-Unis Route de la Piscine Quai Albert 1er puis bd Albert 1er Rue Grimaldi Rond point Aureglia Boulevard du Larvotto Avenue Princesse Grace R.C.M. - Avenue de France Avenue Jean Jaurès Avenue de la Côte d'Azur Avenue Pierre Curie Avenue Paul Doumer Avenue Virginie Herriot Avenue Sylvio de Monléon Promenade du Cap Martin Promenade Robert Schuman MENTON - Promenade du Soleil Quai de Monléon Quai Bonaparte Avenue Porte de France Promenade Reine Astrid VINTIMILLE - Via Aurélia bis PARCOURS RETOUR VINTIMILLE - Via Aurélia bis MENTON - Promenade Reine Astrid Port de Garavan Square Baden-Baden Promenade de la Mer Quai Gordon Benett Quai de Monléon Promenade du Soleil R.C.M. - Promenade Robert Schuman Promenade du Cap martin Avenue Sylvio de Monléon Avenue Virginie Herriot Avenue Paul Doumer Avenue Pierre Curie Avenue de la Côte d'Azur Avenue Jean Jaurès Avenue de France MONACO - Avenue Princesse Grace Boulevard Louis II Quai des Etats Unis Route de la Piscine Tunnels T3 et T4 Avenue Prince Albert II Stade Louis II La situation géographique de Monaco ne permet pas de parcourir 42,195 kilomètres dans la principauté d'oû l'idée de traverser les pays voisins : la France et l'Italie. Le Marathon de Monaco et des Riviera est donc le seul au monde qui traverse trois pays. Ce marathon est un aller et retour le long de la mer entre la Principauté et l'Italie, traversant Roquebrune-Cap-Martin et Menton et offrant de superbes vues sur la Méditerranée. Après une incursion sur le territoire italien, le marathonien revient pour terminer sur la piste du Stade Louis-II. La principale difficulté est la montée du cap Martin, au 31 ème km. none
Postnet Weekend Witness Maritzburg Marathon Postnet Weekend Witness Maritzburg Marathon The 2010 PostNet Weekend Witness Maritzburg Marathon takes place at 5:00am on Sunday 15 March 2010. This race has become the most popular marathon and half marathon combination in KwaZulu Natal. The race not only has generously achievable cut off times (31/2 hours for 21,1 km and 6 hours for the marathon) but caters equally for runners and walkers. Registered wheel chair athletes are welcome. This is an ideal entry level Marathon or Half Marathon. We are a Two Oceans and Comrades Marathon Qualifier. Please visit our website for further information. none
Marathon Powerade Monterrey Marathon Powerade Monterrey English December 15, 2009 Welcome to the Website of the 2009 edition of the Monterrey Powerade Marathon! We will be offering additional information in English in this space, and if you have any doubts or questions please direct them to the following e-mail address:, and we will gladly answer you. Regards, Rubén Romero. Technical Director none
Maraton International Lala Maraton International Lala March 1, 2009 Last year this great marathon had over 4000 runners. It must be a great and flat course as it boasts the winning time as 2:10:57 in 2001. The race is very well organized and spectators are encouraging. none
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