November 8, 2020, Sunday

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Today's the day!

THE ONLY

INTERCONTINENTAL MARATHON!

Living in Istanbul is a marathon.
In this marathon, don’t forget to live Istanbul!
Inspire the air of Bosporus,
Feel inside the never-ending rhythm of the City!
Unite the two continents with your steps.
Lift your head up and don’t miss the chance to see the blue tints from up above!
Smell the scents of history through the streets,
wave hands to the ships, listen out the seagulls and
take notice of simit sellers.
 
Istanbul is the most beautiful city in the world…
It will bloom if you run.
If you support… If you set your heart…
If you claim, the most beautiful city will be yours!
Istanbul is yours, just run and give it a hug!
 
Dreams are big, so are the obstacles,
Goals are compelling, so you are!
This huge support is with you,
Never lose your heart, never give it up!
 
Istanbul is yours, just run and give it a hug!
You’ll see, when you run, you will feel it right!

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Istanbul Marathon

VIRTUAL RUN

You can R_U_N  S_O_L_O  TOGETHER WITH US anywhere at Istanbul Marathon Virtual Runs by choosing your own course on November 7-8!

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While making preparations for large-scale events in the new normal period

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The charity run includes non-governmental organizations all over the world…

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Filling out the registration form to volunteer at the 42nd Istanbul Marathon…

N KOLAY 42. Istanbul Marathon

PANDEMIC SPECIAL TRACK

The race, which starts in Yenikapı, sails straight to Kumkapı, Çattıkapı, Sirkeci, Galata Bridge, Karaköy, Salıpazarı, Dolmabahçe and Beşiktaş and is close to the seafront.

A competitive climb on Barbaros Boulevard awaits the athletes who will cross from Europe to the Anatolian side for the first time in the history of the Istanbul Marathon. The track crossing the 15th of July Martyrs Bridge takes a slightly inclined distance to the Altunizade Junction and then crosses over the Bosphorus again by making a U-turn from the Altunizade Bridge.

The track, which later descends to Barbaros Boulevard and Beşiktaş Pier, turns into the Unkapanı direction over Dolmabahçe, Fındıklı, Salı Pazarı, Karaköy, and Galata Bridge without stopping any slope. The track, which goes up to Cibali, Fener and Balat, turns in the opposite direction from Balat and follows the coastal road and ends at Yenikapı, where it started.

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