Barcelona is a vibrant, multicultural city in Catalonia, in the North of Spain. Once a year, runners have the chance to explore it from a different perspective, during the Barcelona Marathon, also known as Marato Barcelona.
This popular 42.195km race has been welcoming runners from all around the world since 1977, and takes them on a fast and flat circuit, through amazing landmarks such as Sagrada Familia and Casa Batlló.
The Barcelona Marathon is not to be missed, not only for the race itself, but also for the pleasant weather and the city itself.
Come run Marato Barcelona, visit this Catalonian city during the less touristy Spring, enjoy the delicious tapas on every corner, and take incredible memories back home.

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Marato de Barcelona
November 07, 2021 (Sunday)
Running
42.195 kilometers
Solo IAAF Road Race Silver City Road Timed
The information about this race is based on information provided by the organisers or found on the official website of the event. Always check the official website for up-to-date information. If you have noticed any mistake, let us know at [email protected]

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Results 2018: Marato de Barcelona

Maritim Anthony claimed victory with a time of 02:08:07. Coming in second was Too Silas (02:08:25). Kipsambu Hillary got the third place in 02:08:52. In the ladies race, Chebitchebitok Ruth took top honors by finishing the race in 02:25:49 . She finished une minute 17 secondes ahead of Beyene Belaynesh Tsegaye. The third place went to Alemu Worknesh with a time
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Marathon results Dino Sefir (2:09:31) defeated more than 16,900 runners to win the 39th annual Marato de Barcelona off the east coast of Spain. Albert Korir (2:10:08) came in just 15 seconds ahead of Jafred Chirchir Kipchumba (2:10:23) to take second. Dino Sefir gana la @maratobarcelona 2:09:30 pic.twitter.com/hjdzbtEfTD — MarcosPhotoSport (@marc_photosport) March 13, 2016 For the women, it was Valary Jemeli
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