Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon
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Garmin FR 405CX
Garmin FR 405
Garmin FR 305
Garmin FR 405
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Hong Kong Marathon, sponsored by Standard Chartered Bank, is an annual race held in February or March in Hong Kong. In addition to the full marathon, a 10 km run and a half marathon are also held. The race started in 1997 with 1,000 runners; today over 40,000 runners take part each year. The race is a signature international sporting event in Hong Kong and is recognized as a “Brand Hong Kong Event” by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government.
Website: Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon | Feb 24, 2013
- Half Marathon
- 10K Run
The entry fees is 40USD. To participate in Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon you can register in the official website.
Course / Route Map
The full and half marathon’s races start from Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, then going out to West Kowloon using Austin Road, followed by West Kowloon Highway and Tsing Kwai Highway, where half-marathoners turn back. Full-marathoners continue through Cheung Ching Tunnel, then do a return trip each on Tsing Ma Bridge and Ting Kau Bridge. Competitors then run back all the way to West Kowloon, joining half-marathoners again at Kwai Chung, and into Western Harbour Crossing. The finishing point is the Victoria Park.
Results of past runs for all runners are available at our Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon Results, Standard Chartered Hong Kong Half Marathon Results and Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon 10K Results page.