Prague Marathon: Cobblestones, Redemption and Beers

Two Harriers ventured to the capital of cobblestones, Prague over the Bank holiday weekend. One to run in the search for redemption after a disappointing VLM, the other to support (but practically run the distance in doing so). The obligatory inflight entertainment of rowdy stag parties downing gallons of overpriced beers made way for a lovely couple of days in the capital of beer (and cobblestones).

The marathon itself is a great one for spectators as it follows a flat multi looping figure of eight type course that challenges a fit and ambitious supporter to pop up at several places en-route. With only 10,000 participants it also gives the runner plenty of room to run and the river provides both distraction and cooling breeze at times.

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