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A marathon is one of the most challenging physical activities one can choose to participate in, providing extreme mental and physical challenges throughout the 42.195km. Overcoming these challenges and then completing the run makes it all worthwhile. Crossing the marathon finish line is undoubtedly one of the most rewarding personal experiences an athlete can enjoy.

The marathon is a considerable distance and should only be taken up by runners who are committed to several months of dedicated training. Individuals who are new to the sport of running may wish to start with a shorter distance and then move up to a marathon once confident they can safely complete the 42.195km.

Reporting Time



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

Start Point Map

The reporting place depends on which pen the runner is in. Make sure you report to the access point of the pen you belong to (E.g. Pen C – Sub 4 hours (Marathon): Access through Entrance B). You are able to find which pen you are in on your Race Bib.

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Race Route

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42 KM Elevation

Benefits for 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