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Women Can Marathon

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Event summary

Starting and finishing in the Devon village of Tipton St John, the route takes in the breathtaking scenery of the Otter and Sid Valleys and a section of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site in East Devon. The event welcomes participants of all abilities and has a long cut-off time. Our 2017 finishing times were a broad spread from winner Elizabeth Dyson's stunning 3:20:28 through to the brave 261 Fearless girls who kept strong, kept smiling and kept going for over nine hours.

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Tickets available until Sun Mar 31 2019

Marathon
12:00am Sun 26th May 2019

Run 26.2mi

Half Marathon
Sun 26th May 2019

Run 13.1mi

Quarter Marathon
Sun 26th May 2019

Run 6.5km

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Lesley
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Did the Marathon in 2019
This is the toughest marathon I've done, and friends who ran agree. Road/ off-road with steep assents/ descents. Very well signposted all around the course, and supported by many marshals. Well stocked water stations with sweets and food , malt load, fruit etc. Excellent goody bag that included homemade chocolate and gin and a technical tee shirt. Tea and clotted cream scones at the finish. … read more
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Route description

A hilly off-road course, encompassing a mixture of challenging terrain, from open parkland and wildflower meadows to stony tracks and rugged coastal path, the Women Can Marathon is sure to test your stamina. And while a heap of long runs, interval sessions, tempo runs and cross-training will prepare you for the high mileage, it’s important, too, to prepare your body for the demands that come with running on such mixed and challenging terrain. The risk of injury increases with the uncertain footing that comes alongside off-road running and the solution for this is to train your body in preparation for this new style of running so that your muscles are able to cope with the new demands. Here’s five ways to stay injury free while training for the Women Can Marathon.

Lesley
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4.0
Did the Marathon in 2019
This is the toughest marathon I've done, and friends who ran agree. Road/ off-road with steep assents/ descents. Very well signposted all around the course, and supported by many marshals. Well stocked water stations with sweets and food , malt load, fruit etc. Excellent goody bag that included homemade chocolate and gin and a technical tee shirt. Tea and clotted cream scones at the finish.
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Marathon
12:00am Sun 26th May 2019
Half Marathon
Sun 26th May 2019
Quarter Marathon
Sun 26th May 2019
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