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Digital Subscriptions > Women’s Running > August 2019 > THE FAMILY MARATHON


Be inspired by reports on recent events by our intrepid runners: we go the distance!

Elizabeth Ayres followed up her London Marathon experience with an all-inclusive, friendly, well-organised race with a G&T at the finish!

The Family Marathon is a new event that has been launched to raise money for Hope and Homes for Children. Teams of up to six people take on the marathon distance running one-mile loops. The miles can be split between you any way you like: you can all run together at the same time, and all of your miles still count so long as combined they total 26.2 miles. The event was held in East London’s Victoria Park, and is a lovely flat course. Thankfully, its pathways are well shaded too, because the temperature decided to soar to a fairly toasty 33 degrees which is not ideal for most sane runners.

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