Due to recent government advice around coronavirus (covid-19), this event has been cancelled

Due to recent government advice around coronavirus (covid-19), this event is now re imagined where runners can race new EA Certified routes anytime over a 2 week period in September.
Find out more on MK Marathon's website

CANCELLED: MK Marathon 2020 06/09/2020 (other dates available)

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CANCELLED: MK Marathon 2020

10am
See website for entry pricing
Must be at least 18 years old on race day

This event is in the past. This page is for information purposes only.

Due to Covid-19 the MK Marathon is unable to be hosted this year, however why not take part in the Rightmove MK Marathon Reimagined Race, where runners can race new EA Certified routes anytime over a 2 week period in September.

See more information at:

https://mkmarathon.com/

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