Dec

31

2019

Reykjavik (Iceland) - "New Year's Eve Race". Every year the ÍR track and field club of Reykjavik celebrates the end of the year with its New Year's Eve 10K run on December 31st. The annual 10K run held in downtown Reykjavík attracts both elite runners as well as recreational runners of all ages. It has become a tradition for runners in Iceland to end the year with this fast course 10K run. The event is one of Iceland's biggest running events with 2000 participants. Many participants dress up and run in costumes and a special prize is awarded to the most unique costume. This year there will also be a 3 km fun-run. Many runners from abroad participate in this 10K run and then enjoy the unique bonfires and spectacular fireworks in Iceland on New Year's eve. www.ir.is/gamlarshlaup

May

30

2020

Myvatn (Iceland) - "Myvatn Marathon". The Mývatn Marathon will be held Saturday May 30, 2020. The marathon starts and ends by the Mývatn Nature Baths. Come join us for a full weekend of activities for the whole family. Included in your registration is a medal, T-shirt and a free entry to the Mývatn Nature Baths. www.myvatnmarathon.com

Aug

22

2020

Reykjavik (Iceland) - "Reykjavik Marathon". The Reykjavik Marathon has taken place every year since 1984. Recent years the race has taken place on the same day as the Reykjavik Culture Night. The next races take place on the following dates: August 22nd 2020 and August 21st 2021. Registration for the 2020 Íslandsbanki Reykjavik Marathon starts in January 2020. www.marathon.is

Aug

30

2020

Reykjavik (Iceland) - "Run Iceland". 11th edition: Aug. 30th to Sept. 5th 2020. The race is open to everybody, both pro-athletes and amateurs can run the breathtaking tracks of Iceland, the most amazing country in the world! The relaxed and friendly atmosphere you can find at every edition of Run Iceland will allow amateurs to approach this wonderful sport and the pros to test themselves surrounded by the unbelievable nature on great, uncrowded and challenging trails all around the south of Iceland. Over 500 runners have participated at the different editions of Run Iceland and most of them had the time of their life. This is a multi-stage event (5 stages for 110k), the final result time is calculated by adding together the times achieved on each stage. Several activities are planned during the afternoons prior to the short stages. Sightseeings among glaciers and waterfalls, visit at the glacier lagoon, short walks and most places of interests along the South coast of Iceland. All participants are meant to compete; beginners can chose the easier 3x10km challenge. After an incredible 10th edition where we travelled all around Iceland ran six stages we will go back to the roots, run some of the classic stages in the south plus a great surprise for your enjoyment. Limited to 60 athletes, so hurry up! www.runiceland.org



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