Run4Rome is a solidarity relay race linked to Run Rome The Marathon.

The Run4Rome charity programme is all about freedom, friendship, well-being and team spirit.
It means being good to yourself while doing good for others.
It means running a marathon in a team of 4 and feeling like a marathon runner, but it’s not just about running 10km each.
It isn’t a race against the clock or against your opponents.
It’s much more than that: it’s about supporting the non-profits that have joined our project, and collectively believing in a genuine ethical and social project.

Run4Rome is the goal that so many people want to experience: by feeling the exhilaration that comes from crossing a marathon finish line, you can race alongside your lifelong friends, gym buddies, your padelball or 5-a-side teammates, your colleagues, siblings or cousins. Make Run4Rome a family affair!

You can sure of having a good time. In fact it’ll be 4 times the fun, because you’ll be racing alongside your teammates: they’ll be running for you and with you, which makes everyone a winner! With each entrant running a leg of approximately 10 km, it’s certainly doable. Plus, the event taking place on 27 March 2022 is set to be even bigger and better than past races, with even more music and activities planned for the handover points.

Taking part in Run4Rome might be a big challenge, but it’s certainly achievable. Running with other people gives you the strength to aim for your goals, plus the route is one of the most exciting in the world. It starts and finishes at the Imperial Forums, taking in the Victor Emmanuel II monument, Piazza Venezia, Circus Maximus and the Tiber Waterfront, Castel Sant’Angelo, Viale della Conciliazione and St. Peter’s Basilica.


The registration to the relay will be possible only and exclusively through one of the charities attached to the project.

────   THE PATH  

Ponte Milvio

Piazza del Popolo

Piazza di Spagna

San Pietro

Isola Tiberina

Circo Massimo

Terme di Caracalla

Piramide Cestia

Basilica di San Paolo

Castel Sant’Angelo

Auditorium Parco della musica

Foro italico

Totale percorso: 42,195 km

The route may be subject to changes by the Public Authority for reasons of Public Safety.



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