2017 Races

April 9th 2017 – North Pole Marathon – FINISHED 7h:59m:58s!!

The North Pole Marathon is run over the classic 42.195km (26.2 miles) marathon distance completely on the frozen water of the Arctic Ocean.  The race encompasses an individual competition, with male and female divisions. This marathon is the most Northern race on the planet and has been completed by approximately only 400 people in the 13 years that it has been run. Dubbed the “World’s Coolest Marathon” by Runners World Magazine.
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April 23rd 2017 – London Marathon – FINISHED 3h:50m:56s!!

I will be joining 37,000 other runners to run alongside the famed River Thames, past Buckingham Palace, and ending at The Mall!
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October 8th 2017 – Chicago Marathon

I will be running alongside amateurs and world record holders as we weave our way through 29 historic neighbourhoods and landmarks.
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November 18th 2017 – Queenstown New Zealand Marathon

Set between the backdrop of the world renowned Crown and Remarkable mountain ranges, and taking in the best highlights of the Queenstown Lakes region including Millbrook resort, Arrowtown, Lakes Hayes, Shotover River, Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown Gardens and finishing in the heart of Queenstown itself.
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2016 Races

January 17, 2016 – Star Wars Half Marathon- FINISHED 1h:44m:15s!!

Jump into hyperspace and feel the power of the Force during the Star Wars Half Marathon run at the Disneyland®Resort.  Follow the path to the Light Side with your Star Wars favorites cheering you on your galactic journey.   Never underestimate the power of the Dark Side. Darth Vader and the Forces of the Dark Side are not far behind!
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June 25, 2016 – Big 5 Marathon, South Africa – FINISHED 5h:43m:29s!!

The Big Five Marathon in South Africa is held among the wildlife of the African savannah. Runners from all over the world will meet in one of the most spectacular “Big Five” game reserves in Africa.

In these magnificent surroundings, we combine exciting game drives with a challenging marathon route going right through the habitat of the most famous African game: Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo, Lion and Leopard.

No fences, no rivers, nothing at all separates the runners from the African wildlife.

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November 12th 2016 – Volcano Marathon – Atacama Desert Chile – FINISHED 7h:04m:17s!!

Competitors in the race will assemble at San Pedro de Atacama in the heart of the Atacama Desert, the driest desert in the world.

The marathon will begin near the Tropic of Capricorn adjacent to Lascar Volcano, one of the most active
volcanoes in Northern Chile.

At a start altitude of 4,475 metres (14,682 feet), the impact of thinner air will be felt by competitors, but there is another certainty: the spectacular, panoramic views of up to 10 volcanoes will leave them breathless.

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November 23-26, 2016 – Antarctic Ice Marathon – FINISHED 5h:59m:36s!!

The Antarctic Ice Marathon is run over the classic 42.195km (26.2 miles) marathon distance on Union Glacier approximately 600 miles from the South Pole.  The race encompasses an individual competition, with male and female divisions. This marathon is the most southern race on the planet and the only one truly on the Antarctic continent.
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2015 Races

Feb 22, 2015 – Tokyo Marathon – FINISHED 3h:58m:49s!!

Around 36,000 runners run through the busy streets of Metropolitan Tokyo that are shut down to traffic.

At first to hold a Tokyo Marathon seemed like an unrealizable dream. But it became a reality in 2007 and as years pass, this city marathon became a race filled with many dreams.

It is not just the 36,000 chosen runners but the 10,000 volunteers,
over 1,720,000 crowds cheering, numerous supporting sponsors and many others that come together as one to make it happen.

Tokyo Marathon unites people and makes a great contribution to provide a dream to our society.

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Apr 12, 2015 – Paris Marathon – FINISHED 4h:26m:59s!!

The Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris offers a unique occasion to make the city yours by participating in one of the most prestigious races on the legendary 42.195 km distance.

The Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris is now one of the biggest marathons in the world, as much for the size of its pack as the performances of its runners. Each finisher comes home with incredible memories.

Nearly 140 nationalities and 50,000 runners come to confront the most legendary distance in athletics. In April, this crossing of Paris, the Champs Elysées at Foch Avenue, the Vincennes and Boulogne Woods, offers incomparable scenery highlighted by shows along the way, each one more popular than the next.

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July 25, 2015 – Australian Outback Marathon, Ayers Rock/Uluru – CANCELLED DUE TO AIRCRAFT ISSUES

Although this race is popular with local runners, for most, it’s a once in a lifetime experience. It’s not every day marathoners get to take in the stunning views of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) as the kilometres tick by.

Enjoyed by both professional runners, club runners, casual runners  and beginners, there are events for all running levels including the full marathon, half marathon, 11km and 6km fun runs. In addition to its beauty, the course is relatively flat, with only a couple inclines and sand dunes. Most of the course is on unsealed roads, bush tracks and soft-sand trails, with a few small sand dunes and plenty of Australia’s famed “Red Earth” thrown in for good measure.

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September 20, 2015 – Blackmores Sydney Running Festival Marathon- FINISHED 3h:36m:11s!!

One of the world’s most scenic marathon courses, taking in some of Sydney’s most spectacular and historic landmarks including the Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
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November 1, 2015 – New York Marathon – FINISHED 4h:19m:10s!!

The New York City Marathon has grown from a Central Park race with 55 finishers to the world’s biggest and most popular marathon. A lot has happened along the way.

Read on to learn about the race’s 44-year history.

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