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Verona Run Marathon 42/21K and Family Run

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Verona, Veneto, Italy
17 Nov, 2024 (Sun)
Event size: 5000 - 9999 participants

Running

21.097 km, 42.195 km

Price from
11 USD
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About the event

The town of Verona is known for its captivating beauty and UNESCO heritage, and this Sunday is no exception as three running races will start from the Bentegodi Stadium. The main event is the 23rd Verona Run Marathon 42K, a highly certified race of 42.195km recognized by both World Athletics and Aims, the World Road Racing Association. Following that, the 10th Verona Run Marathon 21K offers the opportunity to either run it competitively or just for fun. Last but not least, a Family Run is the perfect cherry on top of the running adventure. Come to Verona and experience the sights and sounds of the historic city, while taking a run!

Races offered by this event

You have 21 weeks to prepare

Half Marathon

17 Nov, 2024 (Sun) - 08:30
Running
21.097 km
Solo
On site
Road
Flat
Timed
City
Historical
River
Scenic
UNESCO World Heritage Site

Marathon

17 Nov, 2024 (Sun) - 08:30
Running
42.195 km
Solo
On site
Road
Flat
Timed
City
Historical
River
Scenic
UNESCO World Heritage Site

Course details

Course highlights

Type A course approved by Fidal and World Athletics. After the departure from the Bentegodi Stadium, the runners will move towards the northwest area of the city until they cross the Chievo dam from which they will almost reach Parona around km 11. From here the return which will be all on the very fast Lungadige, a ride without curves up to 18km, will then be on the right the Ponte della Vittoria, to cross the Adige, which will accompany the athletes towards the historic center. We will pass among the most famous monuments of Verona, such as the Basilica of Sant'Anastasia and Piazza delle Erbe with the famous Torre dei Lamberti. Participants in the half marathon now at 20km will head towards Piazza Bra and the Arena to cross the finish line. The marathon runners will cross the Adige again, this time with the Ponte Navi, to head towards the east area in the direction of San Martino Buon Albergo where there will be a splendid surprise. The passage at km 40 is suggestive when the runners will pass under the Porta Vescovo before returning definitively to the historic center and reaching the Arena to end a splendid 42.195km journey. It is important to underline that the marathon runners in the last kilometer will join the half marathon runners but will have a special dedicated and exclusive lane, therefore without interference from those who are finishing the half marathon.

Start address

Piazza Bra, Verona, VR, Italy

Finish address

Piazza Bra, Verona, VR, Italy

Route map

route map

What’s included in entry

These are included in your entry
Finisher medal
Event T-shirts
Toilets
Goodie bag
E-certificate/e-diploma
Nutrition Stations
Expo entry
Drink Stations
Bag drop
Timing chip (single use)
Shower
Post-race meal
Accident insurance
Pacers
Medical Assistance

Frequently Asked Questions

Reviews

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Jurgen Codhini
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Nov 2019

i enjoyed it this race a lot, u can run and enjoy the old city of Verona...the organization was on top

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Kimmo null
Nov 2019

The route was great and the race was organized very well

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Gordon Celender
Country flag of IE
42.195 km

Verona is a beautiful city on the scenic Adige River. The flat course winds thru city streets past many Romanesque churches and along the riverside. Ample fuel at water stops; many helpful volunteers. Attractive medal and T-shirt.

The course may be a bit (200m) longer than 42.2-K but it’s still fairly flat w/out too many sharp turns.

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Zvezdana Lalic
Country flag of HR

I was really impressed by how well all steps in the process were organized; starting with registration, a bag of goodies with BIP but also a bag with recovery goodies immediately after the race, transportation of our things with truck wardrobes from the start to the finish line and NO CROWD at all when taking over our personal belongings - my bag was almost prepared so it seemed that staff got notified who are the runners who already completed the race and they were preparing bags on time; everyone was super friendly and helpful, even those who did not speak English; Verona is an amazing place to run through, people were motivating runners along the way. I am definitely coming back to the Verona Marathon!

Great route! The atmosphere at the finish line made you feel like you just won the championship! :)

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Colin Stewart

Verona is the most beautiful city and the sun was shining. A great route finishing at the Colosseum after having followed the river. Well organised. Highly recommended on the European half marathon circuit.

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Results 2019: Verona Marathon

17 Nov, 2019 (Sun)

Credit : Verona Marathon Marathon Luka Kimutai Lagat grinded past more than 2014 runners to win in 02:18:55. Jonathan Kipkosgei Cheruiyot earned runner-up honours with a time of 02:24:20. Marco Ferrari got the third place in 02:27:42. In the women’s race, it was Nikolina Šustić (02:41:11) taking the top spot. She bested Anna Jonsson who crossed the finish line 8 minutes une seconde behind her. Rounding out the top three was Tunde Szabo with a time of 02:52:30. Top 5 Men 1 Luka Kimutai Lagat KEN 02:18:55 2 Jonathan Kipkosgei Cheruiyot KEN 02:24:20 3 Marco Ferrari ITA 02:27:42 4 Samwel Kibiwot KEN 02:30:29 5 Fabio Gala ITA 02:34:52 Top 5 Women 1 Nikolina Šustić CRO 02:41:11 2 Anna Jonsson SWE 02:49:12 3 Tunde Szabo HUN 02:52:30 4 Claudia Gelsomino ITA 02:53:25 5 Karin Spjuth SWE 02:54:59 Complete results Half Marathon Moses Kipngetich Kemei outpaced more then 3301 runners to win in 01:03:14. He finished une minute 17 secondes ahead of Solomon Koech. Jonas Leandersson (01:05:40) made notched third place. In the women’s race, Andrea Meier claimed victory with a time of 01:18:56 . Blatnik Laura Guzelj earned runner-up honours with a time of 01:20:44. While Marta Fabris came in third at 01:24:26 Top 5 Men 1 Moses Kipngetich Kemei KEN 01:03:14 2 Solomon Koech KEN 01:04:31 3 Jonas Leandersson SWE 01:05:40 4 Julius Kipngetich Rono KEN 01:07:45 5 Eric Börjeskog SWE 01:11:18 Top 5 Women 1 Andrea Meier SUI 01:18:56 2 Blatnik Laura Guzelj SLO 01:20:44 3 Marta Fabris ITA 01:24:26 4 Isabelle Oblom SWE 01:24:40 5 Azzurra Ilari ITA 01:25:04 Complete results
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