Start Time : TBC
Number of Places : TBC
The Isle of Wight Marathon first took place in 1957, making it one of the longest running marathons in England.
Isle of Wight Marathon Route
The race is frequently described as undulating and takes in both town and rural roads.
The race starts and ends at Park Road in Cowes. Runners head out on the single lap course, passing through places such as
Porchfield, Ningwood and Bouldnor before finally arriving back at Cowes. Marker boards mark each mile on the way round.
Isle of Wight Marathon Entry
* Unaffiliated Runners : £TBC
* UK Athletics Affiliated Runners : £TBC
* Registration Deadline : TBC
* Charity Places : Runners are advised to contact their chosen charity.
Contact : Steve Lee, Race Secretary (Marathon)
Address : Ryde Harriers, PO Box 152, Ryde, Isle of Wight, PO33 1BH
Tel. : 01983 616497
Email : email@example.com
Website : http://www.rydeharriers.co.uk