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Rome Marathon takes place the 29 March 2020 in Roma - Running Find here all the information you need to prepare and participate in this event.I'm going
|Date||29 March 2020 (Ajouter à GoogleCal)|
|Telephone||+39 06 40 65064|
Bellissimo Roma! There can be few more impressive cities to run around than Rome and with spring in Italy bringing lovely warm weather this is a great marathon choice. Voted as the top choice by Runner's World survey of city marathons. See the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Vatican City. Why walk when you can run! 2020 Date is Confirmed. Event Details will be Updated Shortly Historians of our sport will know that this is where great Abebe Bikila won the Olympic Marathon in bare feet on the cobbled streets of Rome. You can follow in the great man’s footsteps on a traffic free route that takes you around all of the sights of the eternal city. The Rome Marathon is steeped in tradition, starting on the Via dei Fori Imperiali, in the shadow of the Colosseum. Run past famous Trevi Fountain, the Piazza di Spagna, the Pantheon, St Peter’s, Piazza Venezia and cross the Tiber River (a number of times). The course is flat and there are some cobblestones along the way but the course really is something special! If you want to be moved by the marathon and see more of Rome, click on the image below to watch a trailer from The Spirit of the Maratho. Spine tingling stuff! Start Time - DETAILS REGARDING THE 2019 EVENT WILL BE UPDATED AS INFORMATION IS PROVIDED 08:50am Sunday 7 April Pacers Pacers will be supplied to run the following times: 3:00, 3:15, 3:30, 3:45, 4:00, 4:15, 4:30, 4:45 and 5:00 hours. Cut Off Time 7 hours. Baggage Service Available. Instructions will be provided with your race pack. Timing All runners must wear their timing chip in accordance with the instructions provided. The timing chip does not need to be returned after the race. Medical Assistance Medical assistance is provided along the course. There will also be aid stations every 5km and an Emergency First Aid Station just off the finish area. Medical Letter Runners require a medical letter from their doctor indicating that there is no reason for you not to take part in a marathon competition - we will send you the approved wording with the race entry form once you are booked.
|stephane LAFFARGUE||Les Aigles de Pau||2020|