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Roads to Rhodes Marathon 2020

The 7th Marathon of Rhodes is organized by the Region of South Aegean, EAS SEGAS Dodecanese, DOOPAR of the Municipality of Rhodes and is supported by the Rhodes Hoteliers Association. It is under the auspices of the Greek Tourism Organization and is included in the official calendar of AIMS.

The Roads to Rhodes Marathon is offering runners the chance to experience all the ancient and medieval history of the island and the old town as they run through along with the spectacular views of the deep blue colors of the Aegean Sea.


Roads to Rhodes Marathon 2020

Marathon participation information and practicalities

Age limit
Participants of the Marathon and the Half Marathon must be at least 18 years, 10km marathon over 15 years old, 5km over 12 years old.

Aid Stations
Along the Marathon route there will be 15 runner support stations, starting at 5 km.

Award Medals
Prizes (medal and diploma) are awarded to the top three winners of the overall Men's and Women's for all lengths. The cup is awarded to the first 3 men's and women's marathon runners and only to the first male athlete and the first female athlete on the rest of the runs. It will also be awarded to the most multitudinous and best team in the 10 & 5km race. Additionally, it is possible to print an online participation diploma as soon as the final results are formalized.

Maximum time
The finish time for the Marathon Road is 6 hours. For the Half Marathon 3 hours, 10km. 100 minutes, at 5km 55 minutes.

Provided Photo Service
Free photos with your own time results.

Race Kit Includes
Memorable technical t-shirt, entry number, electronic timing, medal commemorative, in-race and finish catering, medical service, electronic entry qualification

Refreshments
There will be bottled water, isotonic drinks, jellies, bananas, ice at the 15 refueling stations along the way.

Accommodation - Where to stay
Rhodes town hotels on Booking.com

Marathon participation cost and tickets
Please check the official Roads to Rhodes Marathon website for tickets and pricing


Roads to Rhodes Marathon 2019

Roads to Rhodes Marathon 2019

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