6.- 8. September 2019
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This week, AIMS (Association of International Marathons and Distance Races) measurer-administrator Hugh Jones is visiting Tallinn to officially measure the Tallinn Marathon 42.2km, 21.1km and Optibet 10km courses. 

 

Together with an Estonian apprentice measurer Karen Aau, they have been on the courses since Monday and spent several night hours to avoid the day-time traffic. As Hugh said ‘’Karen is about to become a measurer as we need somebody in this area. He is doing good as Karen is already picking up on my mistakes.’’

 

Hugh was kind to explain the measuring technique, for which one would need a bicycle, a Jones Counter, some tape and safety equipment as a reflective vest and helmet. The Jones Counter is placed on the bicycle’s front wheel, which follows the direction where the runner would run. The measurements on the counter are recorded in numbers. So that when the bike goes forward the numbers go forward and vice versa. To make the numbers on the counter real...

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Estonia's largest running event - Tallinn Marathon and Optibet 10 km - feature a true birthday bash in 2019! Jubilee celebrations include Tallinn city's 800th anniversary since its first mentioning, 30 years since the first ever Tallinn Marathon and 20th jubilee for Fall Race Optibet 10 km distance. 

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