The First Moscow Marathon: Running in the Rain Towards Fame

On a cold and cloudy Sunday morning, when the roads of the Russian capital wore a deserted feel, thousand Muscovites ran in the city’s first marathon.

 

On a cold and cloudy Sunday morning, when the roads of the Russian capital wore a deserted feel, thousand Muscovites ran in the city’s first international marathon.

42 kilometres and 195 metres around the city and together with the whole city. A marathon is not just the kilometres to run from start to finish. A marathon is the history in which everyone who crosses the finish line is the winner.

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