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UK Marathons 2019: When and how to secure a place



Asics Greater Manchester Marathon

Next Event: April 7, 2019

The Greater Manchester Marathon, just like its cousin in Edinburgh, is known for being fast thanks to its flat route – it is actually one of the slimmest marathon routes in the world – ideal for a new PB. Oh, and you see the date? This means that you have to start your training around Christmas. This gives you a good reason to postpone turkey eating and Quality Street dependency in record time. majormanchestermarathon.com

Register | £ 55 early bird

Brighton Marathon

Next Event: April 1

4, 2019

It's part of a larger event that includes the Kids & Teens Mini Mile Races by Cancer Research UK, the BM10KM and the Brighton Expo includes. However, the Brighton Marathon is undoubtedly the jewel in the crown of this three-day festival. The marathon course takes you right through the city and ends at the coast, where every year large crowds are waiting to cheer your broken body over the finish line. However, the good mood does not end there: The Beach Village stretches across the beach and is replete with screens, food, drinks, entertainment … and sun loungers where you can rest your burning calves. brightonmarathon.co.uk

Register | £ 65

London Marathon

Next Event: April 28, 2019

This is the big event. The London Marathon is one of the largest and most sought after races in the world. Entry is left open for only five days, almost a full year before the starting line in Greenwich Park. And places go like that. The ballot for 2019 is drawn now, but you can still claim a charity seat – you need to collect around £ 2,000. Take a look at the online community of Barnardo, NSPCC and Shelter, and secure your place with the contact details. virginmoneylondonmarathon.com

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Blackpool Marathon

Next Event: April 28, 2019

Have you landed in the London Marathon Vote blank? Are you following a Marathon PB this spring? Have you always been a big fan of the sea? If any or all of the above apply, the Blackpool Marathon should be considered. As the rest of the world travels to London, head to the coast for this two-round marathon that runs along the Blackpool promenade and past landmarks such as the Tower and Pier. fyldecoastrunners.com/blackpool-marathon

Register | £ 36.50

Shakespeare Marathon

Next Event: April 28, 2019

If you'd rather spend The Bard on the beach, head to Stratford-upon-Avon for this marathon, also on the same day takes place like London. You will drive past William Shakespeare's former school and grave along the mostly level stretch that begins and ends in Stratford-upon-Avon and leads into the Warwickshire countryside. shakespearemarathon.org.uk

Register | £ 34- £ 36

Three Forts Challenge

Next Event: May 5, 2019

One of the toughest marathons on the British calendar, and not just because the organizers are quick and easy with the Organizers have played distance and marked a 43.7 km long route (technically it is an ultramarathon). The route runs in mixed areas in the South Downs and includes over 1,000m of climbing. So if you're tired of doing flat road events, this is the race for you. threefortschallenge.org.uk

Register | £ 40

Deep River Rock Belfast Marathon

Next Event: May 5, 2019

The Belfast Marathon has a new route for 2019, which makes it a more attractive proposition for runners seeking a PB This is also a marathon where a relay event really started. So, if you want to share the burden of running as a team, this is a great option. belfastcitymarathon.com

Register | £ 40 before October 31, 2018 (early booking), £ 55 to February 28, £ 65 to April 12

Milton Keynes Marathon

Next Event: May 6, 2019

The "New City of Milton Keynes has a reputation for being soulless and uninspiring, but those who master this marathon have a very different view. The route is impressively picturesque – you will hardly find a UK marathon that has more green in it – and the MK stadium starts and ends. Never underestimate the joy of the stadium finish. mkmarathon.com

Register | £ 48

Brathay Windermere Marathon

Next Event: May 19, 2019

What could be more picturesque than a 26.2-mile machine in the Lake District? This little beauty starts at the northern end of Windermere, England's largest lake, and takes you on an incredibly picturesque route with chocolate villages, a rugged landscape and an encouraging crowd. If you like the sound and of course, then come in quickly when the race reaches a relatively tiny 1,500 participants. brathay.org.uk

Register | £ 43

Rock & # 39; N & # 39; Rolling Liverpool Marathon

Next Event: May 26, 2019

If you're just running into the ears with the best sounds, this is the place for you. The international Rock & Roll Marathon series started in 1998 with a simple but very entertaining concept: the stretches of grueling marathons should be lined with live bands that delight racers with their sonic pleasures. Fans such as Macklemore, Pitbull and Goo Goo Dolls have been making noise at US events, and although the race in Liverpool is not quite as bright, it still lacks a real party atmosphere. runrocknroll.com/liverpool

Register | £ 42

Edinburgh Marathon

Next Event: May 26, 2019

Scotland's largest running event follows a beautiful route through the city, past the historic Holyrood Park, the promenade of Portobello and the oldest golf course in the city World, Musselburgh Links. Plus, this is the place to be if you want to beat your PB as the route for this race is pleasantly flat kneeling. It is also a great setback if you missed the marathon in London, because Edinburgh – the UK's second largest marathon – guarantees you a seat. edinburghmarathon.com

Register | £ 57.30

The Wales Marathon

Next Event: July 7, 2019

It's younger than many of its British rivals, but the Welsh challenger is now in its ninth year, bumping into a rippling track from Tenby to the lakes of Pembrokeshire and back. It is the only country road where the country is closed. So, make the most of it, as well as the breathtaking scenery that will permeate you – and the indescribable Welsh spirit that you can enjoy from the welcome welcome party at the finish. thewalesmarathon.com

Register | £ 45

New Forest Marathon

Next Event: September 8, 2019

This event in the New Forest rallies numerous races in one day. Adults can contest a marathon. Half marathon, 10 km or 5 km, while juniors can reach a run of 1 km or 200 m. There are even a few hiking events. If you run the marathon, you can expect a scenic route through the New Forest, which is mostly flat in the first half and slightly up and down in the second. Keep an eye out for the famous New Forest ponies while you're running. newforestmarathon.co.uk

Register | 47 £

Bournemouth Marathon

Next Event: October 6, 2019

This marathon encircles the southern coast of most routes. This means that those who wish to have a view of the sea during their run should register immediately. The route is not flat, but it is certainly possible to operate a PB, as long as a wild sea breeze does not blow that day. If you cross the finish line and see that you are less than 10 miles away to really cross it, there is a practical boost in motivation at the 17-mile mark. bournemouthmarathon.com

Register | £ 51.50 before October 21, 2018, Standard Entry TBC

Loch Ness Marathon

Next Event: October 6, 2019

This point-to-point race is one of the most impressive events in the UK – East Bank of Loch Ness to enjoy the epic landscape of the Highlands and ends in Inverness. Of course, you will not see anything of this scenery as your eyes stick to the water in the hope of seeing Nessie. lochnessmarathon.com

Register | 52 to 30 November 2018, Standard Entry TBC

Beachy Head Marathon

Next Event: October 26, 2019

This off-road marathon is famous for both its beauty and its hills If you are not sure how strong the latter might turn out to be, you will be quickly corrected by the almost vertical incline that you have at the start line. The course revolves around the South Downs National Park before you head down the coast to Beachy Head in Eastbourne. Runners, joggers and hikers are welcome. You have nine hours to reach the finish line. beachyheadmarathon.co.uk

Register | Early Birds £ 36, £ 40


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