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The Côte Chalonnaise Wine Marathon races in the vineyards of Burgundy • Several races for all competitors between heritage, vineyards, forests and sunny hillsides (Marathon, half marathon, 12 kilometers, 8 kilometers) • Seventeen villages crossed • Sporting refreshments every 5 km • Festive refreshments (twenty) punctuate the whole course, with discoveries of regional products and wines from the Côte Chalonnaise • Disguises are welcome • Musical entertainment on the course (a dozen in all) • Marathon, semi, 10km, benjamins and minimes and MARA3 (race with 3 runners, the first runner on the 42kms, the 2nd for the 21kms and 3rd on 10 km: the 3 runners finish all together) • P’tits Ceps race: children’s races borned from 2012 to 2018 • Wine market with the Givry wines all weekend     Course highlights Marathon: In the heart of the Côte Chalonnaise vineyards, it crosses the communes of Givry, Jambles, Barizey, Saint Jean de Vaux, Saint Martin sous Montaigu, Mercurey, Fontaines, Rully, Mellecey, Germolles, Dracy le Fort returns to Givry. Half Marathon: The event runs through the communes of Givry, Dracy-le-Fort, Mellecey, Mercurey, Saint-Martin-sous-Montaigu, Saint-Jean-de-Vaux, Barizey, Jambles and return to Givry. 12 km /8 km The event crosses the commune of […]

The Charlottesville Marathon & Half Marathon is one of the oldest and most coveted races in Charlottesville. It has been defined as America’s Destination Marathon because of its scenic beauty and historical background. The course has been voted as “One of the Most Scenic in the East”. It starts and finishes in downtown Charlottesville. The course is comprised of quiet roads and bike paths along the Rivanna River and scenic Charlottesville neighborhoods.   Course highlights The course starts at Court Square in the heart of historic downtown Charlottesville, Virginia. It then traverses some of the most scenic and historic areas on the East Coast, running past many historic sites including Thomas Jefferson’s Rotunda, located at the University of Virginia. The course includes beautiful Albemarle wine and horse country. The race finishes in Charlottesville’s most historic downtown neighborhoods including 2 miles along the Riverview Park paved footpath. Start address: 2nd St NE, Charlottesville, VA 22902, United States Finish address: 2nd St NE, Charlottesville, VA 22902, United States   Route map