April 2013 : Half Marathons Calendar

06 Apr 2013 06:51
Jean-Loup Fenaux
Where can you run this week-end? Calendar

Here is a selection of Half Marathons organized in April 2013 that were previously featured in our monthly newsletter.

Half Marathons selection

Dismal Swamp Stomp Half MarathonCredit : U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service – Northeast Region

USA – Virginia – Saturday April 13, 2013
The flat course takes the runners on a journey through lush, mysterious landscape and rich history. The Dismal Swamp Canal Trail offers participants forested wetlands and a peaceful path along the wilderness of the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge.
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Annadel Half MarathonCredit : ((brian))

USA – California – Saturday April 13, 2013 – 08:00
The race is a challenging trail half marathon winding through Spring Lake Park and Annadel State Park near Santa Rosa, CA. The course has been designed for experienced runners.
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Horsetooth Half MarathonCredit : Jeff Knezovich

USA – Colorado – Sunday April 21, 2013 – 08:30
The point to point race has been run since 1973. It starts at Hugues Stadium, heading north to the Poudre River where the bike path will lead the runners to Fort Collins. To celebrate its 40th anniversary, the organizers have added a full marathon to the event.
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Snowdonia Half MarathonBetws-y-coedCredit : Kat Dodd

United Kingdom – Wales – Sunday April 28, 2013
After a successful inaugural race in 2012, this scenic race, run in the beautiful Snowdonia National Park in North Wales is coming back to the village of Llanrwst.
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Banque Scotia 21k de MontrealCredit : Banque Scotia 21k de Montreal

Canada – Quebec – Sunday April 28, 2013 – 08:30
The race does a couple loops around the two islands, Ile Notre Dame and Ile Ste-Hélène (start & finish). It is a beautiful, flat course that has great views of the city of Montreal and the St. Lawrence River.
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A few interviews about races held during the month of April have already been published in this blog. Check them out.