Here is a selection of Marathons organized in November 2014 that were previously featured in our monthly newsletter.
USA – Texas – Fort Worth
The course is out and back run along the Trinity Trails. You will start at LaGrave Field and head South West, following the Trinity River. The turn around is located at Benbrook.
Spain – Valencian Community – Valencia
You will run through some emblematic enclaves in the city –like the Formula 1 Grand Prix Circuit or the America’s Cup area–, as well as through the old quarter before finishing at the City of Arts and Sciences. The whole race is a mix of history and modern art. The course is one of the flattest in Europe.
USA – Indiana – Indianapolis
You will visit many beautiful buildings and monuments in downtown Indianapolis or neighborhoods, including the Indiana State Capitol, Arts Garden, Lucas Oil Stadium, Warehouse District, Eli Lilly campus, Monument Circle, Butler University, the Museum of Art, State Fairgrounds or Fall Creek Parkway. The course is quite fast, you could PR.
France – Alpes-Maritimes – Nice
You will start in Nice on the Promenade des Anglais. The course will take you along the coast to Cannes, visiting Saint-Laurent-du-Var, Cagnes-sur-Mer, Villeneuve-Loubet, Antibes Juan-les-Pins or Vallauris Golfe-Juan. You will visit many landmarks of the French Riviera such as the Hotel Negresco, the Fort Carré in Antibes or the world famous Palais des Festivals, where the Cannes Film Festival is held each spring.
New Zealand – Queenstown, New Zealand
The course is designed to show you the highlights of the region of Queentown, located in Southern New Zealand, including Millbrook, Arrowtown, Arrow River, Lake Hayes, Old Shotover Bridge, Lake Wakatipu and Queenstown Gardens. It is quite flat and fast. The terrain is 40% road, 60% hard packed trails.
A few interviews about races held during the month of November have already been published in this blog. Check them out.