but don’t for a minute think that this race is the poor relation of its British cousin. Wide Parisian boulevards easily accommodate the 30,000 runners who are treated to all the capital’s greatest sights, including the Bastille and the Bois de Boulogne
and experiences of the staff of the seven international editions of RUNNERS WORLD (a report like this will appear in each). We all cast our votes, and even though we all run and report on international marathons for a living, we each added the votes
Rome Marathon (Italy, March)It's no wonder that foreign runners make up more than a third of the field for this race, which is effectively a 26.2-mile sightseeing tour around the Eternal City. The race is held on a Sunday in March, and takes in the ancient splendours of the Colos...
European air fares and hotel prices may enable you to find it cheaper to cross the Atlantic Ocean to test your spring marathon fitness. If you do, you won’t be disappointed by the choice or the quality of these races. Las Vegas Marathon and Half-MarathonMonth: JanuaryIt’s not to...
If you don’t fancy 26 miles, or you feel it will cramp your enjoyment of the city, you can still enjoy some of the world’s best spring events. Here are five to whet your appetite.Lisbon Half-Marathon Month: MarchOne of the world’s best half-marathons and – with its downhill cours...
women a quirk that should be ironed out as the race welcomes runners from all over Europe.Website www.marathon.lvEstoniaEstonia boasts all kinds of sporting events to tempt the competitive traveller, from firefighting competitions to kiiking, where
for a tough race. But, as well as taking in some of the city's great tourist sights, support is fantastic. The Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor and Palacio Real are all good viewing points to watch the race and then celebrate with some of the city's famous
marathons - is not only far bigger than all of the UK marathons bar London, it’s getting bigger. A cosmopolitan city with a population of over two million, Toronto has more to offer than just a race. Once the drowsiness has lifted, the first two days of my
stretching off into the distance." (Dave Jelley on the French Trans'Aq). Outrageously flat courses, Himalayan courses, courses down mineshafts... they're all here. We've divided your reports into three pages:European RacesNorth American Races
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