The five kilometer distance will stretch across the most beautiful coastal route in Quy Nhon and before turning around to end at the monument.
In the 10 kilometer distance, athletes after turning around at the end of Xuan Dieu Road will keep running along Nguyen Tat Thanh Street before finishing in front of the monument.
As usual, the half and full marathons attract more than half the number of registrations. Most athletes want to conquer Thi Nai, the longest bridge over the sea in Southeast Asia. With a length of 2,477.3 meters and 54 spans, Thi Nai Bridge will be a great test of endurance and determination. When the sun rises, athletes can see the fishing village and fishermen from afar at Thi Nai Lagoon.
The coastal village of Nhon Hoi has also been upgraded significantly, increasing safety for full marathon runners.
After passing Nhon Hoi, all athletes will run along the west road, across a sand dune and take a look at lagoons like Thi Nai and Con Chim from above. This section is a bit steep, but offers a unique experience.
Unchanged parts of the tournament include traffic police guiding groups, water and medical stations placed in many positions, and traffic flow separation to ensure locals are less affected by the marathon.
VM Quy Nhon has become one of the biggest sporting events in Binh Dinh Province.
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