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New York Marathon

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Apr 2010
9:01pm, 7 Apr 2010
772 posts
-caz-
I never got in either :( possibly a good thing though due to finances
Apr 2010
9:02pm, 7 Apr 2010
773 posts
-caz-
Sports Tours is way too expensive in my opinion, I done NYC 1999 via STI via a charity place but to do it yourself that way is mega expensive.

Berlin is a good alternative.
Apr 2010
9:09pm, 7 Apr 2010
720 posts
DeeTee
Computer says no for me too. Dublin is a great one to do - says she who will be running her 3rd Dublin mara this year :-)
Apr 2010
9:11pm, 7 Apr 2010
4949 posts
paul a
Berlin is an excellent event and I would recommend it. I did NY in 05 with STI and it was pretty reasonable.
Apr 2010
11:24pm, 7 Apr 2010
1726 posts
andydgg
Berlin, Zagreb or Loch Ness, maybe. These tours are a total rip off no way ho-zay
Apr 2010
11:26pm, 7 Apr 2010
6780 posts
surreystrider™
I thought the organisation at Dublin was a bit shit for a marathon that has been going for 30 years, to be honest.
Apr 2010
11:26am, 9 Apr 2010
1735 posts
andydgg
sports tours international, flight and 3 nights £1299 plus entry fee £299. Now I don't mind people making a profit, but the entry fee is £184 and I can't see them paying more than that. I can't even find a price on 2:09 events web site. I didn't realise it was such a rip off.

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