Recent
highlights

  • Midnight Sun Marathon Start your marathon at 10pm, finish in the early hours of the morning – and still the sun is shining. It’s among the world’s northernmost marathons, in the Arctic city of Tromsø, and it’s an experience not to be missed.

  • Blenheim Palace Triathlon It has gardens by Capability Brown, was the birthplace of Winston Churchill and it’s home to one of the world’s most picturesque triathlons. With a range of distances, this is truly an event for all abilities.

  • Great North Swim Windermere, England’s largest lake, is the perfect location for Europe’s biggest open water swimming event. There were three days of racing amid some of the country’s most spectacular natural scenery.

  • Vitality World Triathlon London Alistair Brownlee triumphed on home soil in his second win of the season. The 27-year-old triathlon champ captured his breakaway win with a familiar crowd cheering him on to the Hyde Park finish line.

  • Color Run - Wollongong The happiest 5k on the planet! This paint race celebrates health, happiness and individuality. Pass through colour zones throughout the race - and who knows how you'll end up at the finish. Fun is guaranteed.

  • Bay to Breakers San Francisco’s Zappos.com Bay to Breakers is the oldest consecutively run annual footrace in the world; a staple to the City by the Bay since May 1912. This year's race had more than 40,000 participants.

  • Blue Nose Marathon Every year a new slogan is featured on race t-shirts in a competition open to the Blue Nose community. If anyone had doubts about completing their race this year, the t-shirts offered the encouraging "You nose you can".

  • Rotorua Marathon World Record achieved! Colin Smyth celebrates his 50th consecutive Rotorua Marathon with his wife Pat - who accompanied him all the way - and two of the event’s original organisers.

  • Etape Loch Ness It’s hard to keep your eyes on the road in this cyclosportive when you have glorious Highland scenery and the chance of spotting a lake monster on this 66-mile route from Inverness to Fort Augustus and back again.

  • Yonge Street 10K You can never have too many superheroes around to save the planet. Here they've gathered for a spring training run down Toronto's incredibly long Yonge Street. From end to end it connects Lake Simcoe and Lake Ontario.

 

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05 JUL

Gold Coast Airport Marathon

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Great North 10k

Wellington Marathon

Karnten Radmarathon

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HBF Geraldton RunFest

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Schwalbe TOUR Transalp

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Sundown Marathon

Great Manchester Swim

30 JUN

Courses d'un soir Longueuil

28 JUN

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Half ICAN Amsterdam

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Bay of Fundy International Marathon

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Woodford to Glenbrook Classic

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Waterford Viking Marathon

EPIC Canadian 5k 10k

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