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Runners can now purchase their bib number for the 9th of April with its four distances; Marathon, Relay 21k+21k, 20k and 12k on the website www.ibizamarathon.com.
– The #RunAndFeel experience will celebrate its fifth edition on Saturday 9 April 2022, keeping its date in the national calendar of the Royal Spanish Athletics Federation

The Santa Eulària Ibiza Marathon has opened registration so that runners and lovers of the RunAndFeel experience can purchase their bib numbers for any of the four available distances; Marathon, Relay 21k+21k, 20k and 12k. The 5th edition of the most important and multitudinous sporting event on the island of Ibiza will take place on 9 April 2022. Lovers of running races will be able to discover the most magical corners of the island by running through rural landscapes, coves and the most important towns of the white island.

Runners can purchase their bibs for any of the four distances from just 25€ for the Ibiza 12K, 40€ for the new 20k distance, 70€ for the queen marathon and 100€ for the shared Relay 21k+21k marathon. As for the purchase process, as usual, it will be done exclusively on the official website of the event (www.ibizamarathon.com). The Ibiza Marathon prices do not include the obligatory RFEA day licence (€5).

In addition, with the aim of completing the best #RunandFeel experience, the organisation also offers runners the possibility of configuring their tailor-made experience with accommodation, vehicles and many other services on its specialised tourism portal, which can be contacted by email at travel@ibizamarathon.com or by phone on 963 870 995, where they will receive personal attention adapted to their needs. This service is ideal for individuals and families as well as for groups of friends or large clubs wishing to configure a complete travel experience.

2021, a successful edition after Covid-19

The 4th edition of the Santa Eulària Ibiza Marathon was held on the 2nd of October, in a special post-Covid-19 edition, where the 21k+21k relay record was broken by the duo formed by the Spanish Olympic athlete Dani Mateo and the fastest local athlete in the half-distance Wiliam Aveiro, who managed to break the record by smashing the previous mark with a time of 02.25.55.
In addition, the Ibiza Marathon has established itself as a participatory event with a spectacular reception by international runners, who find Ibiza an ideal destination for sport.