Sunday September 22nd, 2019
Distance: Marathon · 10K
The Absolute Moscow Marathonis the biggest event of its kind in Russia that also attracts runners from all over the world. It is a citywide celebration of sports, camaraderie and healthy lifestyle. For the last 5 years the event has grown from a small local race to an important international running event. Over 20 000 participants from all over the world took part in it in 2017 and over 30 000 are expected to come this year.
Professional athletes and amateurs will be able to able to enjoy renewed city benefited from the large-scale reconstruction, which was carried out in 2016-2017. Following our good traditions, the event will also feature a hand-bikers race and a corporate race to benefit various charities.
Experienced and multilingual organizers are doing their best to ensure impeccable registration, food and medical services at every race. They also provide help with travel arrangements, visa services, accommodation and sightseeing excursions for international participants.
|2nd Male||2:16:01||Alexey Troshkin||32||RUS|
|3rd Male||2:19:54||Artem Aplachkin||27||RUS|
|4th Male||2:20:16||Sergej Popov||29||RUS|
|2nd Female||2:35:08||Tatyana Arkhipova||35||RUS|
|3rd Female||2:19:54||Artem Aplachkin||27||RUS|
|4th Female||2:38:53||Espero Booth||27||RUS|
|M 40-49||2:25:38||Grigory Andreev||42||RUS|
|M 50-59||2:50:35||Igor Maslov||50||RUS|
|M 60-69||2:59:25||Yuri Galkin||60||RUS|
|M 70+||3:42:47||Nikolaj Kamenskikh||70||RUS|
|F 40-49||3:06:08||Elena Makarevich||40||RUS|
|F 50-59||3:04:21||Irina Fomina||55||RUS|
|F 60-69||3:17:08||Aleksandro Epifanov||65||RUS|
|F 70+||3:58:55||Marta Mikolajczyk-Wasiliew||76||POL|
This year, in addition to the traditional scenic races throughout historic Moscow streets and its picturesque riverside. The city is often called Russia’s cultural capital and located just 3.5 hour high-speed train ride away from Moscow near the coast of the Baltic Sea. St. Petersburg, the country’s second largest city, is a home to several of the world’s most important museums, theaters and UNESCO World Heritage sites and attracts tourists even more that Moscow does.
There will be two parallel races: 10K race and half-marathon, both starting on the majestic Palace Square in front of the Winter Palace, in which the Hermitage Museum is located. From the race course, athletes will see views of world famous sights: the Kazan Cathedral, the Peter and Paul Fortress, the Rostral Columns, the Admiralty and St. Isaac's Cathedral. 8 000 participants from all over the world are expected to run SPB Half Marathon that is going to be held according at the highest international level. On September 21st and 22nd the biggest sport expo will take place in Moscow. An exhibition with hundreds of brands of athletic clothing and equipment, event organizers, charitable organizations is going to be held at Luzhniki.