MBNA Metric Marathon
Congratulations to all our 2018 Marathon runners - you were amazing! Check out your results here.
Don't forget to get your photos here!
If you missed out on a race hoodie and would like to buy one you can do so here.
The 2019 race is now open for entries.
The multi-award winning and UK’s only international marathon
The MBNA Chester Metric Marathon is now a popular fixture in the race calendar, giving you the only opportunity in the UK to run over this distance. This is a 26.2km (16.3mile) race which is the ideal stepping stone from a half marathon to a full marathon.
We are looking forward to the sixth MBNA Chester Metric Marathon on 6th October 2019 and hope that you choose to run with us.
The MBNA Chester Metric Marathon is one of the events in our Chester Triple series - run three for a Chester Triple medal!
As runners ourselves we are passionate about delivering what for us would be the perfect race; a premier quality, competitively priced race which caters for the needs of runners of all
The route is on closed roads and you will run past all Chester's iconic landmarks (Roman Walls, Cathedral, Medieval Rows, Eastgate Clock, Amphitheatre) before heading out to the stunning Cheshire countryside and villages. After joining the marathon runners at Aldford you begin the return journey, coming into Chester alongside the River Dee for a unforgettable finish at the Racecourse. The support in the villages and communities along the course is one of the many highlights of the race.
With our web site packed with all the information you need about the race, our free monthly paced training runs, seminars and 700 dedicated and enthusiastic race day volunteers, we are here for you to help you achieve your goals and enjoy the race day experience.
Chris & Andy
Charlie Hulson in 2018
Hannah Jarvis in 2017
|1st||Charlie Hulson (Liverpool Harriers & AC)||1:26:58|
|2nd||Dave Bennett (Ellesmere Port RC)||1:30:27|
|3rd||Nicholas Barry (Sale Harriers Manchester)||1:32:49|
|2nd||Kate Knox (Salford Harriers)||1:53:28|
|3rd||Sue Baron (Accrington Road Runners)||1:53:37|
As with all such events, our events would not be possible without the help of a huge team of volunteers.Find out more.