DUBAI, UAE

Dubai, UAE is the location of the Asia Intercontinental Marathon ™ and the fourth marathon during the World Marathon Challenge ®.

The fourth marathon of the World Marathon Challenge takes place in Dubai, the most populous city and emirate in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The City is located on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf and is one of the seven emirates that makes up the UAE. Dubai is regarded as a cosmopolitan metropolis and is firmly established as a business hub for the Middle East. Historically its economy was largely driven by oil production but in more recent years the focus has moved to tourism, aviation, real estate and financial services. The City is also famed for its sky-scrapers and high-rise buildings and in particular the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.

The Asia Intercontinental Marathon will take place at Jumereih Beach, Dubai on February 9th. The event is scheduled to start at 2100 and consists of ten out-and-back loops of a flat, purpose built walkway between Kite Beach (opposite 61 Al Hadd Street) and Lifeguard Tower (end of Al Atthar Street).

World Marathon Challenge 2020 - Timetable

Race wdt_ID Date Race Location Local Start Time
1 1 Feb 6th Antarctica Intercontinental Marathon Novo, Antarctica TBD
2 3 Feb 7th Africa Intercontinental Marathon Sea Point Promenade, Cape Town TBD
3 4 Feb 8th Australia Intercontinental Marathon Burswood, Perth TBD
4 5 Feb 9th Asia Intercontinental Marathon The Beach, Dubai TBD
5 6 Feb 10th Europe Intercontinental Marathon Jarama F1 Circuit, Madrid, Spain TBD
6 7 Feb 11th South America Intercontinental Marathon Fortaleza, Brazil TBD
7 8 Feb 12th North America Intercontinental Marathon South Beach, Miami TBD
Race Date Race Location Local Start Time

2019 Men's Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Time
125 Michael Wardian 2:51:15
126 Petr Vabrousek 3:23:24
127 David Field 3:36:30
128 Kevin Cochrane 3:38:54
129 Arno van Triest 3:52:48
130 Mark Cooper 3:53:07
131 Eric Tozer 3:59:49
132 Matt Buck 4:09:28
133 Luke Nolan 4:10:03
134 Eravanan Rao 4:14:46
Pos Name Surname Time

2019 Women's Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Time
138 1 Susannah Gill 3:37:44
139 2 Kristina Schou Madsen 3:42:31
140 3 Stephanie Gicquel 3:50:19
141 4 Meriem Achab Zekri 4:33:27
142 5 Linda Carrier 5:04:22
143 6 Sandra Suckling 5:27:37
144 7 Sara Bennett 5:53:39
145 8 Shirley Parry 6:02:23
146 9 Sasie Smittipatana 6:17:27
147 10 Heather Carr 6:30:25
Pos Name Surname Time

2019 Men's Half Marathon Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Time
139 1 Filip Vabrousek 1:35:17
140 2 Jeremie Gicquel 2:02:50
Pos Name Surname Time

2019 Women's Half Marathon Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Time
138 1 Louisa Birkhahn 2:18:42
139 2 Julie LaForge 3:55:40
140 3 Ginny Turner 4:24:25
Pos Name Surname Time

2018 Men's Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Time
90 1 Gary Thornton 3:04:29
91 2 Jason Cousins 3:26:56
92 3 Joshua Cohen 3:28:07
93 4 Scott Coey 3:38:14
94 5 JP Caudill 3:57:01
95 6 David Harris 3:58:03
96 7 Jonathan Terrell 4:23:27
97 8 Andrew Brooks 4:24:30
98 8 Brian Winter 4:24:30
99 10 Dave McGillivray 4:29:40
Pos Name Surname Time

2018 Women's Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Time
138 1 Becca Pizzi 4:00:01
139 2 Meghan Newcomer 4:05:33
140 3 Gulzhamal DeFelice 4:23:36
141 4 Renee De Marsh 4:30:41
142 5 Kelly Allen McLay 4:36:01
143 6 Carrie Lavigne 4:48:10
144 7 Cara Nelson 4:50:16
145 8 Heather Brien 5:51:33
146 9 Deb Carneol 5:59:57
147 10 Pushpa Chandra 6:22:06
Pos Name Surname Time

2018 Men's Half Marathon Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Time
139 1 Byron Ball 2:31:20
Pos Name Surname Time

2018 Women's Half Marathon Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Time
138 1 Sarah Reinertsen 2:42:16
Pos Name Surname Time

2018 Assisted in Wheelchair Marathon Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Time
139 1 Johanna Garvin 4:38:16
Pos Name Surname Time

2017 Men's Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Asia
25 1 Michael Wardian 2:49:25
26 2 Patrick Charlebois 3:22:31
27 3 Petr Vabrousek 3:24:47
28 4 Luke Wigman 3:32:20
29 5 Ryan Hall 3:46:20
30 6 Martin Molsater 3:50:48
31 7 Patrick Cande 3:56:13
32 8 Rajesh Patel 4:12:35
33 9 John O'Regan 4:34:40
34 10 Daniel Palko 4:38:28
Pos Name Surname Asia

2017 Women's Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Asia
1 1 Silvana Camelio 4:34:25
2 2 Sinead Kane 4:34:25
3 3 Guoping Xie 4:48:55
4 4 Celene Loo 4:55:49
5 5 Catherine Sun 5:16:40
6 6 Georgina Acons 5:23:18
7 7 Nahilia Hernandez 5:48:28
8 8 BethAnn Telford 5:59:59
9 9 Judy Scrine 6:12:31
Pos Name Surname Asia

2016 Men's Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Asia
25 1 Daniel Cartica 3:42:02
26 2 Calum Ramm 3:58:11
27 3 James Alderson 3:39:50
28 4 Patrick Fallon 4:19:49
29 5 Yusuke Mamada 4:37:03
30 6 Hassan Baraka 4:41:52
31 7 Stefan Aumann 4:43:35
32 8 Robert Weeks 4:56:57
33 9 Boon Ong 4:57:49
34 10 Masao Maki 5:37:54
Pos Name Surname Asia

2016 Women's Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Asia
10 1 Becca Pizzi 4:14:41
11 2 Heather Hawkins 5:18:48
12 3 Demelza Alderson 5:24:56
13 4 Sarah Ames 6:18:26
Pos Name Surname Asia

2015 Men's Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Asia
45 1 David Gething 3:43:06
46 1 Douglas Wilson 3:43:06
47 3 James Love 3:54:17
48 4 James Danaher 4:27:16
49 5 Marcelo Alves 4:42:24
50 6 Pierre Wolkonsky 5:21:09
51 7 Jon O'Shea 5:32:23
52 8 Tim Durbin 5:40:21
53 9 Ted Jackson 6:17:25
Pos Name Surname Asia

2015 Women's Results Asia

wdt_ID Pos Name Surname Asia
14 1 Marianna Zaikova 6:32:45
Pos Name Surname Asia

Asia

Area: 45 million km² / 17 million sq mi
Population: 4 billion

Asia is both the world’s largest continent and the world’s most populous continent. The landscape includes the frozen tundra in the north, the baking deserts of the Middle East, a vast coniferous forest, and the Himalayas - the world's largest mountains. It is bordered by the Pacific Ocean (east), Indian Ocean (south) and the Arctic Ocean (North)

ASIA Info

  • Asia covers 8.7% of the planet’s surface area and 30% of its land area.
  • It is home to 60% of the world’s population, comprising a wide variety of ethnic groups, cultures, environments, economics, historical ties and government systems.
  • Large areas of Asia are uninhabitable, but there are huge grassy plains and fertile valleys beside the Indus, Mekong and other large rivers.
  • In the southeast of Asia, there are thousands of volcanic islands, many of which are covered by tropical rainforests.
  • The highest point in Asia, and the planet, is Mount Everseat at 8,850 metres.
  • Despite its large size (5,200km wide), China only has one time zone. The time was set after the 1949 civil war.
  • The longest river in Asia is the Yangtze in China.
  • The combination of the populations of China and India represents 33% of the world’s population.
  • Japanese laws make it illegal for males and females over 40 years to have a waistline larger than 33.5in and 35.4in, respectively.

Dubai (UAE, Asia)

Dubai is the location of the fourth marathon during the 2018 World Marathon Challenge.

 
Location Expected Temperature °C
Novolazarevskaya / Novo -10
Cape Town, South Africa +25
Perth, Australia +25
Dubai, UAE +25
Madrid, Spain +5
Santiago, Chile +25
Miami, USA +25

 

MARATHONS 4/7

Dubai, UAE

9th FEBRUARY 2020

Flight to Dubai and Marathon

World Marathon Challenge

The World Marathon Challenge ® is a logistical and physical challenge to run seven marathons on seven continents in seven days. Competitors must run the standard 42.2 km marathon distance in Antarctica, Africa, Australia, Asia, Europe, South America and North America within 168 hours, or 7 days. The clock starts when the first marathon begins in Antarctica.

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