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5k programs

The 5 KM is a great distance for runners of all levels. The event is open to recreational runners and is great for fast runners, as world records clock in at under 15 minutes. Fun and colourful 5K races are also gaining popularity. If this is your first race, start with a 5K - fun guaranteed!

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10k programs

The 10 KM is currently the most popular distance among runners. Although it is usually held on the road, the 10,000-meter race is also done on the track (the longest track event presented at the Olympics). Today, more women than men are registered for 10km races overall, but women weren’t allowed to compete in the 10km race at the Olympics until 1988!

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Half Marathon (21.1 km)

More and more runners are participating in the HALF MARATHON. Greatly enjoyed by recreational runners, it is also the event of spectacular records in athletes: 58 min 18 s for men (Abraham Kiptum) and 64 min 51 s for women (Joyciline Jepkosgei)! The half marathon is a great distance for runners with good levels of endurance and who want to combine several events on their calendar.

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Marathon (42.2 km)

The MARATHON supposedly takes its name from the distance covered by a Greek messenger in 490 BC. During the Persian war, Pheidippides ran 40 kilometers, the distance between Marathon and Athens, to announce the Greek victory. In 1921, the distance was set at 42.195 kilometers. Finishing a marathon is a great accomplishment!

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