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Run the World's highest marathon from the Everest Basecamp at 5364m to Namche Bazaar. The route follows rough tracks and trails, traveling through the homeland of the Sherpa people. There is a 500m ascent from Phunki Tenga to Junde before ascending into Namche bazaar. Although mostly downhill, there are many rocky and exposed sections of trail, with snow and ice at the highest level. First held in 2003 for local people, the Mount Everest Marathon now has an international reputation with runners from 20 plus different nations. Runners will be accompanied by expert local guides and a full support crew.

Tenzing Hillary Everest Marathon

Khumjung, Eastern Region, NP

The Gran Fondo Campagnolo Roma has a length of 75 miles with an altitude of 6,560 ft elevation. For well trained riders. Certainly challenging and suitable for those with well trained legs and lungs. For this reason, to make it even more attractive to those who see the bike a means to compete (with others or themselves), the routes are varied and difficult. The route within Rome: Fori Imperiali, Piazza Venezia, Piazza Argentina, Corso Rinascimento, S. Andrea della Valle, via Tomacelli, Largo Goldoni, Via del Corso, Piazza del Popolo, LungoTevere to Via di Porta San Sebastiano. Then, once out of town in the direction of the Castles immortalized by centuries of stories, poems, songs and movies. Ancient villages, evocative, steeped in history and immersed in enchanted landscapes.

Lake Albano, which the Pope's summer residence oversees, Rocca di Papa, Rocca Priora, Montecompatri are our four challenging timed climbs, with hard, dry features as they say in cycling words, could "be very painful" the muscles already tested by a path not exactly flat, especially in the city section with Roman cobblestones reminiscent of the legendary North European pav.

Granfondo Campagnolo Roma

Roma, Lazio, IT
1 race
£125£524.95

The X-Trail 10k registration will take place in Oldham Rugby Union Football Club, just off of Ashton Road, Oldham which is perfectly positioned just a couple of hundred yards from the race start line on Park Bridge Road. Here you will be able to park your car and make use of the changing facilities as well as Bag Drop facility and hot and cold refreshments.

From here you will be taken to the start of the race to take on a 10k route which firstly runs through Park Bridge Country Park, which includes a steep gradient hill to test your stamina and then a long flat straight disused railway, before heading under Ashton Road to take on the second section in Daisy Nook Country Park.

Throughout the 10k route, you will run on a variety of terrain including tarmac road, stone cobbles and country park wood-chip pathways, so please wear appropriate footwear and clothing.

Tour of Tameside: Cross Trail 10k

Oldham, Greater Manchester, GB
1 race
£14£16

Hell on the Fell begins alongside the glorious Walkerwood Reservoir, leading onto Brushes Road, where runners will be directed onto the 6 mile course, heading towards Copley Fell, which is situated behind Copley Academy and Copley Active Leisure Centre which leads up to the Trigg Point. Once you have reached close to the summit, you will make your descent carefully along with other runners, towards the finish which is beside the leisure centre.

You will shortly be able to view the official route map by clicking on the Gallery tab.

Tour of Tameside: Hell on the Fell Race

Stalybridge, Greater Manchester, GB
1 race
£14£16

The 13.1 mile Half Marathon starts from within the Athletes Village on Rough Field in Padfield (Glossop) before heading onto the scenic Longdendale Trail which is a disused railway line. This particular route certainly shows off one of the regions most popular trails and with entertainment and supporters lining the route, youll feel the buzz the entire way to the finish line!

At the far end of the trail near the Woodhead Tunnel, you will turn back and return along the same pathway to the finish once more, welcomed home by the cheering spectators.

Tour of Tameside: Hero Half Marathon

Hadfield, Derbyshire, GB

Starting outside the Hyde Town Hall this 7 mile road race goes straight up Market Street before turning left onto Stockport Road. You will go past the Ken Ward Leisure Centre in Hattersley and left onto Mottram Road. Then onto Grange Road near Hyde Football Club and past Hyde Leisure Pool, before turning back onto Market Street to be cheered home by those friends and family members watching along on the finish line.

Tour of Tameside: Dr Ron Hyde ‘7’ Mile Race

Hyde, Greater Manchester, GB
1 race
£14£16
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The UKFast We Love Manchester 10k is well known as one of the most friendly 10k races around!

With over 3,000 runners covering all ages and abilities joining us at the Etihad Campus, we can't wait for another great event on Sunday July 8th 2018.

With its traditional start and finish on the Regional Athletics Track next to the impressive Etihad Stadium, home to Manchester City FC its widely regarded as one of the most spectacular race venues in the region.

We are delighted to confirm that 1 of every single entry will be going direct to the We Love MCR Charity, the Lord Mayor of Manchester's own charity which is dedicated to raising funds and supporting a wide range of initiatives and projects in Manchester.

UKFast We Love Manchester 10k

Manchester, Greater Manchester, GB
1 race
£19£21

Chicago is now one of the biggest marathons in the World and has developed a reputation as also being one of the best marathon experiences anywhere - a 'must do'. With 45,000 runners this is truly a major event and many think the best of the big marathons, as its status as one of the Marathon Majors (along with London, Boston, Berlin, Tokyo and New York) testifies. With a start and finish in Grant Park, on the shores of Lake Michigan, this flat route takes in much of the shoreline, and downtown areas with their massive and distinctive skyscrapers.

Bank of America Chicago Marathon

Chicago, Illinois, US
1 race
$185$210

For your running CV to be complete, every runner needs to run the route of the original Marathon run of the soldier Pheidippides, who in 490 AD ran from Marathon to Athens to bring news of the victory over the Persians at the Battle of Marathon. Over 2,500 years later, the Athens Marathon set the scene for marathons to enter the world of sport, and its very same course was used during the 2004 Olympics held in Athens. This wonderful city will welcome you with an array of splendid monuments and historical sights, finishing in the legendary stadium where the first Olympic games of the modern times in 1896 took place. 10k and 5k events also.

Athens Authentic Marathon

Marathon, Greece