Sunday 15 November 2020
Held annually in the autumn in the city of Verona, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of northern Italy's most popular tourist destinations, the Verona Marathon offers three race distances:
- 10km (‘Last 10k’: competitive race and non-competitive fun run)
- 21.1km (Cangrande Half Marathon)
- 42.2km (Verona Marathon)
The 10k course winds its way through the beautiful historic centre, starting and finishing on Piazza Bra, a spacious square that is home to the Arena di Verona, the third-largest of all Roman amphitheatres.
Half and full marathon runners also run along the Adige river and through the wine-producing region north-west of the city. The route is gently undulating.
The 42.2km marathon consists of two different laps.
Map of the venue:
Number of finishers:
- 10km race: 396
- 10km fun run: 845
- 21.1km: 2,544
- 42.2km: 2,014
- 10km race: 454
- 10km fun run: 1,427
- 21.1km: 2,593
- 42.2km: 2,053
19. Verona Marathon:
- Sunday 15 November 2020
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