Where is the California International Marathon?
The California International Marathon (CIM) is an annual road marathon (42.195 km (26.219 mi)) held in Northern California since 1983. The net downhill course starts at Folsom Dam and ends at the State Capitol in Sacramento. The race is organized by the Sacramento Running Association.
What time does the California International Marathon start?
The marathon will begin promptly at 7:00 a.m. on Sunday, December 6, 2020, near the Folsom Dam in Folsom. The scenic 26-mile, 385-yard course runs from Folsom Dam to the State Capitol in Sacramento.
Will CIM marathon be Cancelled?
The 38th annual California International Marathon , organized by the Sacramento Running Association and scheduled to run Sunday, Dec. 6 2020, has been canceled due to health and safety guidelines associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Who won the CIM?
Kenyans Elisha Barno (2:13:36) And Jane Kibii (2:29:31) Win Rainy CIM Marathon. SACRAMENTO — Running in cloudy, damp conditions on their way to a finish in California’s state capital, Kenyan Elisha Barno and Kenyan Jane Kibii claimed the top men’s and women’s at the 37th annual California International Marathon.
How long does it take to train for a marathon?
A typical marathon training plan ranges from 12 to 26 weeks (three to six months), give or take a few weeks depending on each runner’s fitness level. If you have little to no running experience, you’ll want to stay on the higher end of that range, allowing yourself at least 18 weeks ( four months ) to train.