The Wangaratta Marathon and Fun Runs is bought to you by Justin and Sharon Scholz of Wangaratta Fitness Fun Addicts.

The event motto says it all – “More people moving more often”.

Entry prices for this event are much less than their counterparts and we take pride in that. We arent looking for big profits, but we are unashamedly looking to draw people to Wangaratta to enjoy the beautiful path networks and environmental surrounds of our thriving rural city.

We secretly hope that we can encourage people to engage more in physical happiness and become more active than they were before joining our event.

We measure success on entry numbers, total distance covered by entrants and return entries in future years.

Please join us this year and please continue to move more often, enjoying this event on the fourth Sunday in February for many years to come!

Races

Marathon
March 20, 2022 (Sunday) - 06:30
Running
42.195 kilometers
156 meters
170 meters
21 kilometers
Wangaratta
20 Aid Stations
Cut off: 06:00 hours
Solo Shower Toilets Finishers Gift Multiple loops Road Timed

Start at the rear of Norm Minns / Showground complex near the Magpies Football Clubrooms / Kennel and Obedience Dog Club.
~ Run out through the rear gates of the complex, across a 100m grass section and turn left onto the bitumen cycle path.
~ Follow the path North along the river until it terminates at College Street.
~ Cross College Street and Park Lane and continue on the cycling path on the north side of College Street until then turning right at Phillipson Street.
~ Stay on the right hand side of Phillipson Street, continue to the end of the road and turn left into Cambridge Drive.
~ Stay on the right side of Cambridge Drive and continue until turning right into Riverside Estate.
~ At the end of Riverside, turn left onto the sealed fitness path and follow as marked to Edwards Street / Yarrawonga Road.
~ Turn right on the sealed path and run to and across the road bridge near the golf course.
~ Continue along the path beside the golf club until directed to turn around.
~ Run back to the bridge, but rather than cross it, take the left fork and head down and under the bridge and onto the One Mile Creek path.
~ Follow the One Mile Creek path over a footbridge and past the back of Appin Park Primary School, turning left at the path intersection at that point.
~ Continue along and under the Phillipson Street, Rowan Street and Swan Street bridges.
~ Cross the footbridge and continue along the cycling path under the Roy Street, Railway and Tone Road bridges to arrive at Batchelors Green and public toilets.
~ Follow the path to the designated turn point just past Batchelors Green.
~ Return the same way, but after going past the Appin Park School, turn left onto the Collyndale Wetlands path for a lovely out and back.
~ When you return from that section, turn left and continue all the way back along the course to the Showgrounds (noting that after you come up from the Yarrawonga Rd bridge you do NOT do the golf club part again, but turn and immediately cross the bridge.
~ When you reach the Showgrounds, do NOT turn right onto the grass at the back of the complex, but continue along the river.
~ When you reach Evans Street turn immediately to your right and head into the showground complex.
~ Follow the internal roadway, then run back over the start line and complete a second lap.
~ When entering the Showgrounds at the end of the second lap, deviate onto the grass when indicated and run into across the grass and over the finish line.
~ Remember to smile!

Half Marathon
March 20, 2022 (Sunday) - 06:45
Running
21.1 kilometers
156 meters
170 meters
21 kilometers
Wangaratta
10 Aid Stations
Solo Shower Toilets Finishers Gift Road Single loop Timed

~ Start at rear of Norm Minns / Showground complex near the Magpies Football Clubrooms.
~ Run out through the rear gates of the complex, across a 100m grass section and turn left onto the bitumen cycle path.
~ Follow the path North along the river until it terminates at College Street.
~ Cross College Street and Park Lane and continue on the cycling path on the north side of College Street until then turning right at Phillipson Street.
~ Stay on the right hand side of Phillipson Street, continue to the end of the road and turn left into Cambridge Drive.
~ Stay on the right side of Cambridge Drive and continue until turning right into Riverside Estate.
~ At the end of Riverside, turn left onto the sealed fitness path and follow as marked to Edwards Street / Yarrawonga Road.
~ Turn right on the sealed path and run to and across the road bridge near the golf course.
~ Continue along the path beside the golf club until directed to turn around.
~ Run back to the bridge, but rather than cross it, take the left fork and head down and under the bridge and onto the One Mile Creek path.
~ Follow the One Mile Creek path over a footbridge and past the back of Appin Park Primary School, turning left at the path intersection at that point.
~ Continue along and under the Phillipson Street, Rowan Street and Swan Street bridges.
~ Cross the footbridge and continue along the cycling path under the Roy Street, Railway and Tone Road bridges to arrive at Batchelors Green and public toilets.
~ Follow the path to the designated turn point just past Batchelors Green.
~ Return the same way, but after going past the Appin Park School, turn left onto the Collyndale Wetlands path for a lovely out and back.
~ When you return from that section, turn left and continue all the way back along the course to the Showgrounds (noting that after you come up from the Yarrawonga Rd bridge you do NOT do the golf club part again, but turn and immediately cross the bridge.
~ When you reach the Showgrounds, do NOT turn right onto the grass at the back of the complex, but continue along the river.
~ When you reach Evans Street turn immediately to your right and head into the showground complex.
~ Follow the internal road and when directed, turn onto the grass and run over the finish line.
~ Remember to smile!

The number for participants for the race is capped to 1000.
10 km Run/Walk
March 20, 2022 (Sunday) - 07:00
Running
10 kilometers
156 meters
170 meters
21 kilometers
Wangaratta
4 Aid Stations
Solo Shower Toilets Finishers Gift Road Single loop Timed
The number for participants for the race is capped to 1000.
5 km Run/Walk
March 20, 2022 (Sunday) - 08:30
Running
5 kilometers
156 meters
170 meters
21 kilometers
Wangaratta
4 Aid Stations
Solo Shower Toilets Finishers Gift City Road Single loop Timed

~ Start at rear of Norm Minns / Showground complex near the Magpies Football Clubrooms.
~ Head North, and turn left onto an unsealed road inside the rear gates.
~ Turn left at the end of that unsealed section and run South and around the internal roadway of the Showgrounds complex.
~ Cross back over the start mat and exit the rear gates of the Showgrounds, turning right and onto the gravel track which becomes grass for about 150m.
~ Turn right onto the sealed cycle path and run back along the side of the showgrounds to Evans Street.
~ Run down the steep path into the boat ramp area.
~ Follow the path over the first swing bridge and past the second swing bridge until you arrive at Bickerton Street.
~ Turn left at the stock bridge then almost immediately right into Apex Park.
~ Follow the sealed path through Apex Park as directed and signed.
~ Turn right onto the verge of Parfitt Road (main highway through town).
~ Cross the main Ovens River bridge and turn right onto the riverside path and boardwalk.
~ Continue along this path, down a ramp into Sydney beach and cross the swing bridge.
~ Turn left off the swing-bridge and head back to the start area.
~ When you come up the short steep ramp at Evans Street, enter the Showgrounds gates and run along the internal road.
~ Turn onto the grass where directed and run over the finish line!
~ Remember to smile!

The number for participants for the race is capped to 1000.
2 km Run/Walk
March 20, 2022 (Sunday) - 09:30
Running
2 kilometers
156 meters
156 meters
1 kilometers
Wangaratta
1 Aid Stations
Solo Shower Toilets Finishers Gift City Multiple loops Road Timed

~ Start at rear of Norm Minns / Showground complex.
~ Run toward the rear gates of the complex and turn left onto the gravel just before the gates.
~ Run along the gravel track, then turn left where the gravel road intersects with another gravel road.
~ Run along the gravel track until it meets the sealed section.
~ Turn right and run around the sealed internal roadway of the complex.
~ Run back across the start mat and complete a second lap.
~ Toward the end of the second lap, turn right onto the grass where directed.
~ Run across the grass and over the finish line.
~ Celebrate!

The number for participants for the race is capped to 1000.
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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Wangaratta Marathon Kevin Muller grinded past more than 112 runners to win in 02:47:36, followed by Dan Beard who finished with a time of 02:52:39. Hamish Deery got the third place in 02:58:22. For the women, Bonnie Davies took top honors by finishing the race in 03:28:24 . Philli Surey earned runner-up honors with a time of 03:32:36. The third place
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Wangaratta Marathon Andrew Compson took top spot in 02:49:56, followed by Daniel Aragao who finished with a time of 02:57:42. Finishing third was Shane Mallia (03:01:55). For the women, Amelia Griffith finished first in 03:09:04 . She bested Serena Wooldridge who crossed the finish line 19 minutes 12 seconds behind her. Rounding out the top three was Sarah Franks with a
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