Ross Marathons in Ross, Tasmania
The Ross Marathons in Ross, Tasmania has a full marathon, teams marathon, half marathon, 10km and 1.5km children's challenge. Ross is located 78km south of Launceston and 117km north of Hobart.
The teams marathon has teams of 2, 3 or 4 people. Each person must run a minimum of 1 full lap of the course (10.55km). Members of each team have the option of completing 1, 2 or 3 laps with remaining members to run the remaining laps until 4 full laps have been completed.
The Ross Marathons started in 2004 as the "Festival of Marathons", a series of athletic events aimed at fostering community participation in physical activity and the enjoyment of a healthy lifestyle. The marathon was dedicated to the memory of US born athlete Dean Thackwray who competed in the marathon at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics and later settled in Tasmania.
This event starts in the Ross Town Centre.
Note: map location(s) may be approximate.
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