Category Archives: Marathon Races

The San Francisco Marathon

San Francisco peeps, don’t feel left out because aside from the witty marathon that is Light at the end of the <del>tunnel</del> marathon, the local San Francisco Marathon will also be taking place on July 25th.

I need not tell you that The SF Marathon has to be one of the few marathon websites that I’ve come across that just gets how important a neat website is. Upon landing on the home page, you’ll see that they have 4 kinds of marathon that’s geared for everyone, there’s a full marathon, 2 half marathons, 5K/Progressive marathon and munchkin kids run.

They’re still open for registration, so stop being lazy and click that link. đŸ™‚


The Light at the End of the Tunnel Marathon 2010

I love witty titles, imagine my delight when I came across the name of this marathon! The Light at the end of the <del>Tunnel</del> Marathon is set for the 25th of July, 2010 at North Bend Washington. It’s a shame because registration is already closed (they’re looking for volunteers, though), but hey! There’s always next year, there IS a light at the end of the tunnel! đŸ˜›

Race starts at 7 to 8 in the morning, just because you can’t participate in the race doesn’t mean you can’t watch!

Fairlands Valley Challenge Marathon

Londoners! Don’t feel left out with all the marathon news about the US, you’ll see that running is certainly getting more and more attention not only from the enthusiasts but also from the normal folks who are trying to lose weight and improve their physical fitness.

The Fairlands Valley Challenge Marathon is organised by the Fairlands Valley Spartans Running Club in Stevenage. There are two races – one for walkers and one for runners.

About the route:

The Fairlands Valley Challenge marathon is a trail marathon. This means that it takes in footpaths, tracks and bridleways as well as roads.

This is a challenging race with many hill along the way. Runners are provided with written instructions to keep them from getting lost. These are very much needed, as some participants get lost and end up running more than the required distance.

For more information about the race, click on the image above.

Missoula Marathon

Missoula Marathon. Click on the image for more information.

Missoula, a quaint little county in Montana is hosting their own marathon, it’s a two-day event where runners, walkers, children and disabled can participate. You can register for the marathon here.

The Missoula Marathon is the brainchild of a group of local, dedicated members of Run Wild Missoula who want to share the area’s beauty and Missoula’s unique feel with runners from all over. Run Wild Missoula is a non-profit, 501(c)3 running club.

Kona Marathon by UCC Coffee

I ran the rock, bumper sticker on sale on Kona Marathon site

Love running?

Love Hawaii?

If you said yes to both questions then have I got a great activity for you! This June 26th, UCC Coffee is presenting a marathon called Kona Marathon.

The Kona Marathon and Family Fun Runs was founded in 1994 by Jim Lovell, founder and proprietor of JTL Timing Systems and Jon Kunitake, founder and operator of Kunitake Coffee Farms in an effort to revitalize road running in West Hawaii Island. The results were tremendous. The Kona Marathon and Family Fun Runs has grown over the past few years into West Hawaii’s premiere road race offering what no other event can. We are proud to have UCC Coffee as our title sponsor for this event.

There are 4 different distances you can choose from, Marathon, 1/2 Marathon, 10K and 5K. You can register here.

Runners World Boston Marathon Coverage

I always resort to Runners World for anything running: from the news, features of running celebs, tips for fitness and running gears as well. Today they a launching a complete coverage of the 114th Boston Marathon. It starts from the pre-race preparations, on-race coverage to the afterparty events. You can also find FAQs about the race, the course, tips on how to deal with the course, photo galleries, discussion boards, the whole nine yards. Find more here.