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Half Marathon

The half marathon has a wider appeal than its Marathon older brother, and is viewed as a more achievable feat by non-elite or serious runners.

The 21.1km still requires a serious level of training, however, and brings with it its own set of challenges. Many runners use the half marathon as a stepping stone towards the marathon but it’s a very testing run in its own right. Some of the world’s best long distance runners focus their careers on the half and are able to set some incredible average speeds in this category. The half is a perfect run for those looking to step up from the 10km and test the long distance discipline.

Reporting Time

Flag off time: 4.30am
Opening of Start Pen: 3am

Start Point Map

Access to the start line is based on your Start Pen allocation. Make sure you report to the access point of the pen you belong to (E.g. Pen C – Sub 2hrs (Half Marathon) : Access through Grange Road). You are able to find which pen you are in on your Race Bib.

Route Map

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21 KM Elevation

Benefits for Half-Marathon Participants


Do you know the faces of the pacers you’ll be running with on race day? Get familiar with these friendly motivators from Running Department – they’ll be one of your biggest cheerleaders on 4 December :) Join them at the upcoming Pacer Runs!


Baggage Deposit services are available at Angullia Carpark and *SCAPE. Based on your pen:
Anguilla Carpark (B1) – Baggage for PEN F & G
*SCAPE (B2) – Baggage for PEN A/B/C/D