The Zurich Marató de Barcelona is quickly growing in popularity each year thanks to a relatively flat course that's perfect for both beginners and experienced marathon runners. It offers a unique opportunity to take in many of Barcelona’s top sights including the Sagrada Familia, Camp Nou, and Arc de Triomf.
While Sleep Out doesn’t aim to replicate homelessness it does give you a small insight into the challenges faced by homeless young people – the cold, the discomfort and the challenge with trying to get on with your day after a night of little sleep.
Tens of thousands of runners will take to the streets in the world's greatest marathon. The iconic route goes past some of the capital’s best-known sights before heading to the finish line on The Mall.
The Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris offers a unique opportunity to take in Paris’s most famous sites including Champs Elysées, Notre Dame Cathedral, Bastille, Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe.
Take a gruelling 13.1 mile race, mix it with the beautiful landscape of Tatton Park, and you end up with a truly special half marathon event. Places are limited for this event so be sure to sign up early.
The Big Half is one of London's most popular half marathons. This top-class race, created by London Marathon Events Ltd and supported by Virgin Money Giving, starts at Tower Bridge and finishes at the Cutty Sark.