Volha Mazuronak (centre) of Belarus wins the women’s Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon in 2019. Photo: Nora TamVolha Mazuronak (centre) of Belarus wins the women’s Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon in 2019. Photo: Nora Tam
Volha Mazuronak (centre) of Belarus wins the women’s Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon in 2019. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong Marathon prize money competes with majors as organisers try to lure the world’s best runners

  • The two champions on February 9 will each collect HK$507,000 for winning over a tough course, which involves a bridge and a cross harbour tunnel
  • Home favourite Christy Yiu aims to finish in the top five to book her ticket to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Topic |   Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon
Volha Mazuronak (centre) of Belarus wins the women’s Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon in 2019. Photo: Nora TamVolha Mazuronak (centre) of Belarus wins the women’s Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon in 2019. Photo: Nora Tam
Volha Mazuronak (centre) of Belarus wins the women’s Standard Chartered Hong Kong Marathon in 2019. Photo: Nora Tam
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