Oslo Marathon

16 September 2017

Start Time : 9:15
Number of Places : 3,000

The Oslo Marathon is one of four races run during this running weekend. The other races are the Oslo Half Marathon, 10K and 3K.

Oslo Marathon Route
Taking runners along the seafront and past beautiful sights such as the Akershus Fortress makes the Oslo Marathon a very scenic race. It also very flat, offering the chance to achieve a PB.

The race starts and finishes at the Akershus Fortress at Festningsplassen. The route passes Kirkegata, Kongensgate and Vippetangen, by Skippergata, passing by the New Opera House, along Havneveien then on to Sjursoya, before runners have to turn at the WAG building.

The route then heads back. Runners go via the Opera house, Karl Johan gate, eventually on to the seaside of Radhusplassen (City Town Hall). From there, they run along the pavement/cycle path leading to Framnesgate, Drammensveien and on to Skoyen Train station and the footpath along the river Hoff.

Returning along the cycle path the race leads under Bygdoy, along to Frognerkilen, past the Color Line ferries in Hjortnaeskaia eventually arriving at the seaside. Finally, passing opposite the DFDS Seaways terminal runners reach the entrance of Akershus Fortress and the finish line.

Oslo Marathon Entry
* Entry Fee : NOK 630 (until 31 Dec), NOK 735 (until 31 Mar), NOK 885 (until 12 Sep)
* Registration Deadline : 12 September

Contact Details
Contact : Sportsklubben Vidar
Address : Oslo Maraton AS, c/o Sportsklubben Vidar, Postboks 5897 Majorstua, 0308 Oslo
Tel. : +47 45 91 43 30
Email : info@oslomaraton.no
Website : http://www.oslomaraton.no

Further Information
* Cut-off Time : Runners will be expected to finish within 6 hours.