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When: Sunday 5 June 2016
Where: Starting from Traralgon Recreation Reserve & Showgrounds (Whitakers Road)
Course: This year’s fantastic new course utilises the Gippsland Plains Rail Trail for the WIN Network Marathon and Aussie Broadband Half Marathon.
Events: Marathon, Half Marathon, 10km and Kids race. See Race Information page for details.
Entries and pricing: See Entries page for details.

Download a copy of the FAQ and 2016 course, including facilities and other helpful information

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2016 Marathon Poster

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Sponsors

The Foot & Ankle Clinic have been an outstanding long-term sponsor of the Traralgon Harriers and it’s terrific to have their generous support as a sponsor of the Traralgon Marathon. As part of their support of this year’s event, The Foot & Ankle Clinic are providing some fantastic prizes, including Hoka One One Running Shoes, and vouchers to spend at any of their clinic locations.
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We’re delighted to have the support of local builders Standing Homes who have generously provided $1,000 for the 2016 WIN TV Traralgon Marathon, by way of a $500 first-prize prize to the female and male winners of the event.

View our full list of event sponsors

WATCH VIDEOS FROM THE 2015 EVENT >> Mike Moulton ran the 2015 marathon and kindly volunteered his video camera so we could get some footage of the event. Thanks very much to Celine Feonander for her great work behind the camera and to Mike for his many hours of editing.

10km video
  / Half Marathon video / Marathon video

Katherine McMillian Finish web    Marathon & HM Start web1   Dion Finoccharra Finish web

Australia’s Oldest Marathon

The Traralgon Harriers Athletics Club proudly presents the WIN Network Traralgon Marathon and Running Festival – Australia’s Oldest Marathon.

The event offers great value, a friendly vibe and a unique country atmosphere that makes it the ideal event for serious and novice runners alike.

Stay around after the race, as food is provided and it offers a great chance to socialise with your fellow runners that isn’t available at many of the major events.