About The Wales Marathon
Sunday is the final event of the weekend, and athletes will line up at the start line in either Tenby or Pembroke to compete in The Wales Marathon for one of the two distances; the half course of 13.1 miles, or the full distance route totalling 26.2 miles.
Please note - photographic identification will be required at registration. Athletes without this may not be registered by the start time of the event.
Sunday 13th July
Pembrokeshire – Tenby & Pembroke starts
Number of Medal Events
Field of Play
The course is a 13.1 mile or 26.2 mile closed road marathon, depending on entry level.
The Wales Marathon can be entered by anyone who feels they are capable of competing. There is no gender separation, so men and women both compete for first place in the event.
Officials are assigned at various points along the course, helping to guide traffic flow as well as manning feed and water stations. Most members of the crew are volunteers – if you wish to volunteer to help during the course of the weekend, click here.