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Watch more Turkey videos on Turkey.Home channel: https://goo.gl/DQ8Spg Istanbul, the city of two continents… This metropolis of exquisite beauty, complexity and felicity offers you many experiences. But arguably none of them is more memorable than crossing the Bosphorus. Whether you run the Eurasia Marathon, swim from one continent to the other or take a ferry as part of your daily commute you will be mesmerized by the breathtaking panorama of Istanbul. Discover #Turkey #HomeOf #TwoContinents. Be our guest!
ISTANBUL, TURKEY - NOVEMBER 15: Runners take part in 37th Vodafone Istanbul Marathon, one of the top 10 marathons in the world, in Istanbul, Turkey on 15 November, 2014. Athlete Sang Benard Cheruiyot from Kenya ranked the first at 37th Vodafone Istanbul Marathon. -
Istanbul, capitale Europea della Cultura 2010, è una città affascinante ed unica che offre la possibilità di correre due continenti: dallAsia allEuropa attraversando il ponte sul Bosforo. Ovunque Running propone un viaggio con accompagnatore per vivere al meglio questa esperienza, sistemazione in hotel a pochi passi dallarrivo e trasferimenti in loco. Corse programmate: Maratona, 15 km, 8 km e Fun Run.
Some marathon runners at Sultanahmet Square - Istanbul marathon. In 1979 the first marathon took place with the intention of a group of German tourists. Those who saw the first marathon on 1 April thought it was a good 'joke'. The race consisting of three sections of 10, 20 and 42 kilometers.
37. Vodafone Istanbul Maraton The "Vodafone 37th Istanbul Marathon Expo 2015" took place from 12th to 14th of November at the Asli Cakir Alptekin Sports Hall. Music: "Mystic Force" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
CVB NEWS- Kenyan athlete Vincent Kiplagat on Sunday (Oct'16) won the top title in men's category for the second time in a row in the Istanbul Intercontinental Eurasia Marathon. Kiplagat finished the course at 2:10:58 and he was followed by Ethiopian athletes Tariku Jufar with 2:11:31 and Tsegay Gebreselassie with 2:13:39. In women's category, Ethiopian athlete Alemitu Abera clinched the first spot with 2:27:56. Two other Ethiopians, Fatuma Sedo and Tsega Gelaw, finished the race in the second and third spot with 2:28:01 and 2:28:38, respectively.