With an estimated 20,000 participants set to toe the start line in 2020, runners are clearly mad for it at the Manchester Marathon.
The UK's second largest marathon is also billed as the country's flattest, with a mere 54 metres of cumulative elevation - perfect for a personal best time.
The race begins at the White City Arches, the only remnant of the city's grand Royal Botanical Gardens, in full view of the world famous Old Trafford stadium. Sounds impressive? The race doesn't rest on its laurels, with the course taking in landmarks such as the Albert Memorial, Manchester Opera House and Spinningfields. Who said flat is boring?
If you or someone you know has made the 26.2 journey to the finish line at the Lancashire Cricket Club, celebrate that achievement with this personalised Manchester Marathon race print.
Simply let us know your name, finish time and the year you completed the race and we will send your commemorative print on heavyweight archival quality paper.
Amazing - Thanks!
Thanks so much for this super lovely print which my husband just loved for his birthday! And I also want to say a massive thank you for your amazing customer service which meant that I received the print in good time (despite my user error when ordering!)
Another beautiful print added to the collection
This is my 5th print from MTaM and they're all hanging on the wall and look great. Service is fast and efficient, giving me the chance to review the print and make changes before it's finalised. Can't wait to add another to the collection soon.
Superb. Super quick response and willing to accommodate my request to make it more personal with splits. Arrived really quickly and has made a great present and souvenir. Totally recommend.
I bought this for my nephew who recently completed his first marathon. He's very pleased with it. The service was excellent - thank-you.
Beautiful illustration and fantastic memento
I wanted a print of my marathon for my home office and looked at a few different sites before seeing this one. I love that it’s not just a line drawing of the route with my name and time underneath but instead is a beautiful illustration of some of the iconic parts of the route. The typeface is lovely and is positioned well on the artwork in a way that isn’t too shouty and the colours are really contemporary too. It’s very well printed and I’ve just had it dry mounted by my framer and looks stunning. It is making me want to do more marathons purely for the prints(I’m looking at the NYC and Edinburgh ones in particular!).