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Comrades Marathon, the Ultimate Human Race. An UltraMarathon with history and tradition comparable to the Boston Marathon; 88K of willpower, tears and glory

Comrades Marathon - I'm hoping in 2years time

Comrades | The Ultimate Human Race

Comrades Marathon - The Ultimate Human Race

Comrades Marathon route

Comrades Marathon route

The Comrades Marathon is a 89km – 56 mile ultra marathon that takes place in South Africa every year. An epic journey overlooking the Valley of a Thousand Hills. The race runs over a distance of approximately 90 km | 56.1 miles between Pietermaritzburg and Durban, the so called up & down runs. The first Comrades Marathon took place on 24th May 1921, Empire Day with 34 runners. It has continued since then every year with the exception of the war years 1941-1945. May 31, 2015

Comrades | The Ultimate Human Race

Comrades Marathon - The Ultimate Human Race

Race qualifying times for Comrades Marathon starting batches

Race qualifying times for Comrades Marathon starting batches

Comrades Marathon (@ComradesRace) | Twitter

ComradesRace (@ComradesRace)

The latest Tweets from ComradesRace (@ComradesRace). The official Comrades Marathon Twitter account. #TheUltimateHumanRace is the world's oldest and largest ultramarathon. Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

Starting out was hard...but the thought of being overweight was even harder. Today, Caroline Wostmann is a running champion needing no introduction ‪#‎WhyIRunComrades‬

Starting out was hard...but the thought of being overweight was even harder. Today, Caroline Wostmann is a running champion needing no introduction ‪#‎WhyIRunComrades‬

Comrades Marathon 2017: It Takes All Of You

Comrades Marathon 2017: It Takes All Of You — Rachael Bruford Health, Lifestyle & Running Coaching

“There’s no race quite like Comrades.” “There’s something about this race that just drags you back time and time again”. Just two of the terrifying yet fascinating statements delivered by fellow runners as I trained with them on a hot Hatta morning some three weeks before the big day. During th