Maraton De Santiago takes place in Chile, Santiago. It is Chile’s largest national sports event. The event includes marathon, half marathon and 10k races. The marathon is part of AIMS, and certified by IAAF. The number of participants is increasing year by year and includes not only Chileans but also runners traveling from abroad. Santiago Marathon has established itself as the largest marathon in the region, as a result of a positive alliance between the Federation and adidas Athletic Chile, its main sponsor.
Men: 7:30 am
Women: 7:30 am
To participate in Maraton De Santiago you can register in the official website. Early bird registration fees in CH $ 22,000.
Course / Route Map
The race starts from Alameda Bernardo O’Higgins Largada opposite the Palace of La Moneda (northbound carriageway), followed by Alameda Bernardo O’Higgins westward, Avda Spain, Avenida Almirante Blanco Encalada, Avda Beaucheff, Avda Rondizonni, Avda Viel, Avda Manuel Antonio Matta, Avda Greece, Avenue Champs Sports, Avda Antonio Varas, Avda Pocuro, Avenida Los Leones, General José Artigas street, Avenida Chile-Spain, Avda . José Pedro Alessandri, street Rodrigo de Araya, Jorge Alcalde Monckeberg, Avda Greece, Greece Rotonda, Amerigo Vespucci Avenue South, Egaña, Avenida Ossa, Avda South Amerigo Vespucci, Amerigo Vespucci Avenue North, Francis Street Aguirre, Luis Carrera street; Avda.Monseñor Escriva, Isabel Montt street, Avenida Bicentennial Rotonda Zujovic Perez, Avenida Andrés Bello (Costanera) Huelén street, Avenida Providencia, Baquedano, Alameda Bernardo O’Higgins-, to the Palacio de la Moneda.
Race Profile / Elevation Map
Time Limits & Cutoffs
The time limit to finish the race is 6 Hrs.
Men: Julius Keter 2:11:43 (2013)
Women: Jacqueline Kiplimo 2:30:52 (2013)
Prize Money & Awards
- 1st Place $ 20,000
- 2nd Place $ 10,000
- 3rd Place $ 5,000
T-Shirts, Medals, Certificates
All finishers receive a Medal and a commemorative plaque.
Water Stops & Refreshments
There will be aid stations (water moisturizing and re-hydrating) at an interval of 2 – 3 Km on tours of Santiago’s Marathon.
Expected Race Day Weather
The temperature typically varies from 9°C to 24°C and is rarely below 5°C or above 28°C.