Setting the pace
If you’re participating for the first time or the 41st time in the Gold Coast Marathon events, being aware of what is a realistic pace for yourself and working towards this is the best way to maximise your chances of success on 6-7 July.
Six ways to fire the starter’s gun on your training
Use these six tips from some of the greatest running minds in Australia, who know the Gold Coast Marathon all too well, to help kick-start your training and reach your finish line.
So you’ve started training, but you’re not a runner
Jogging and running are the same. There is no such thing as being fast enough, racing enough or being serious enough when it comes to be being a runner at the Gold Coast Marathon.
Recovery, refocus and setting more goals
So you’ve run the Gold Coast Airport Marathon and had a wonderful run or may not have done quite as well as you would have liked. Either way, you’ve felt the post race let down, maybe had too many big nights and sleep ins. You’re ready for another challenge but what do you do?