Many runners have completed more than 100 marathons, both in Australia and overseas. A growing number of countries have their own "100 Marathon Club".
Running 100 marathons is a huge achievement that the Australian 100 Marathon Club recognises & celebrates.
Our members gather at many marathons in Australia to celebrate milestones or to simply celebrate the completion of another marathon with a meal.
If you wish to join the club, please forward a list of your completed marathons to Bob Fickel. Runners may join as an Associate Member prior to completing their 100th marathon.
All marathons must be:
1. Official Marathons;
2. 42.195km distance; and
3. Completed in a single stage.
Marathons may be on-road or off-road & must meet the above criteria.
An event where:
1. It is advertised in advance as a marathon;
2. It has a registration process;
3. It has a Race Director;
4. It has published results;
5. There is a minimum of 10 starters; and
6. There is a minimum of 7 finishers.
If you run an ultra marathon you cannot count the marathon distance of it as a marathon. Ultra marathons will be listed separately to marathons.
1. Canberra Marathon 50km;
2. Six Foot Track Marathon;