Rightmove MK Marathon
The MK Marathon is sponsored by Rightmove
2019 RACE DETAILS
- Race Date: Bank Holiday Monday 6th May 2019
- Start Time: 10:00am
- Start Location: Saxon Street
- Finish Location: Stadium finish
- Course Time Limit: 6.5 Hours
- Age: Must be at least 18 years old on race day
- FAQs: Click Here
- Accurate chip timing
- Personalised running number (for entries before 31 March)
- Race Pack posted two weeks before the event (for entries before 31 March)
- Great bespoke medal
- Finishers technical T-Shirt
- Instant results (and runner tracking)
- Crowd support & entertainment en route
- Plentiful Course Support – Water, Sports Drink and 1st Aid
- Race Village with entertainment
- Goody bag
- Amazing stadium finish
- …and a fantastic running experience!
- £46 EA and £48 non-EA until 31/12/2018; 11:59 pm
- £48 EA and £50 non-EA until 31/3/2019; 11:59 pm last date for posted race pack
- £48 EA and £50 non-EA until 23/4/2019; 9am collect race pack
Licence ID: 2019-35713
Consistently ranked in the top 10 UK marathons, an AIMS/IAAF Grade A certified race, with BARR Gold accreditation for outstanding race management and an amazing stadiumMK finish.
The MK Marathon starts from one of our fabulous Milton Keynes landmarks, the stadiumMK. The first five miles are on wide roads and tree lined boulevards, giving runners a chance to soak up the atmosphere and enjoy some enthusiastic spectator support.
The marathon route then continues through picturesque Woughton-on-the-Green and Woolstone parishes, where the half marathoners split from the full marathon course at mile seven.
The marathon runners continue through the original Milton Keynes Village, renowned for it’s picture postcard thatched cottages and then on to enjoy the beauty of Willen Lake and the tranquility of the Peace Pagoda before looping back to join the meandering and historic grand union canal. The route will then take in St Andrews, a 13th Century church, before passing the Bradwell Windmill, built in 1810 at around mile 18.
The route continues west to Bancroft where it passes the remains of an ancient Roman Villa. Runners will then head south, following the brook, passing the famous Concrete Cows and then Bradwell Abbey, built in the 14th century.
The route follows the brook further south, through the fertile Loughton Valley Park, passing Lodge Lake and then Teardrop Lakes before heading back for a victory lap of the stadiumMK football pitch and that magical stadium finish!
The majority of the MK Marathon route is incredibly green and scenic. It includes beautiful parks and lakes, picturesque villages and the canal towpath, and offers a truly spectacular experience for our runners.