Brownlee Tri

21st September


Triathlon superstars, Alistair and Jonny Brownlee are hosting their first triathlon, partnered by National Trust. The ‘Brownlee Tri’ will take place at Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal on Saturday 21 September. A super-sprint triathlon, it includes a 400m swim in Studley Royal lake, a 10km bike ride through the medieval deer park before culminating in a 2.5km run.








16th June


Brisbane Times City2South presented by Westpac - sister event to Sydney’s iconic City2Surf and Melbourne’s City2Sea - will take place for the very first time on 16th June. The spectacular 14km course starts at Parliament House, crosses the Brisbane river three times, featuring Victoria, Go Between and Eleanor Schonell bridges and finishes in south Brisbane. The event will raise funds for more than 380 charities.

Taupo Day Night Thriller


7th September



Entries are open for this thrilling event which offers options of 3 hour, 6 hour and 12 hour rides for individuals or teams of 2-5 riders of all abilities. The 8km track includes fast open park grounds, awesome downhill, pine needle-covered forest tracks, challenging single tracks and magnificent scenery including the mighty Waikato River.







Copenhagen Half Marathon


13th September


In only three years the Powerade Copenhagen Half Marathon has expanded to triple its size and is close to becoming Denmark's biggest half marathon. It is the only half marathon in the capital's city centre. From the start and finish area on Øster Allé, runners head towards the city centre, along the harbour front passing highlights such as Langelinie, The Little Mermaid, Royal Residence, The Opera and Nyhavn.

It has a reputation for being flat, fast and a great Boston qualifier - but the Toronto Waterfront Marathon is so much more than just a great course to run a great time on. With its two day expo, free Saturday Friendship Run and after-race Victory Party, there really are many reasons to head to Toronto this October!


The marathon begins on University Avenue and finishes right outside City Hall, and is a great mix of exciting city and pretty waterfront running.


With such a runner friendly course the Toronto Waterfront Marathon is absolutely ideal for runners looking to achieve a personal best.  

Everyone from experienced Boston hopefuls to those running their first race can turn in a great time in Toronto. 


Toronto as a city offers a lot to visitors and there is plenty to do in spare time before and after the marathon. Including the iconic CN Tower, scenic Toronto Island, amusement parks Centreville and Canada’s Wonderland, the Toronto Zoo and the captivating Ontario Science Centre, Toronto has plenty to offer to tourists.


The Toronto Waterfront Marathon is so much more than a fast course. It’s an action packed, fun filled weekend in a great city, so get to the Toronto Waterfront for a quick time and a good time.



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