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Thursday Training Plan – Big NZ Halves and Full Marathon’s

With New Year’s behind us, it’s time to knuckle down with your training if you are preparing for any of the Marathons or Half Marathons in the New Zealand Autumn.
Christchurch Marathon & Half Marathon is held on 11th April this year (during the school holidays), the Waterfront Half is also held on the same day in Mission Bay. On the 8th May is both the Rotorua Marathon & Half Marathon and the Saint Clair Vineyard Half Marathon. The following weekend is the Hawkes Bay Marathon & Half Marathon.
Here at Qwik Kiwi Coaching we’ve got training plans and programmes to help you achieve your goals at these events. Built into the membership portal of the Qwik Kiwi website are training plans for these events.

Thursday Training Plan – 18 week St Clair Half Marathon Training Plan

The St Clair Vineyards Half Marathon is a great, fun event for all abilities. The course weaves you through the vineyards close to the St Clair Vineyard Cellardoor. When you cross the finish line you will have achieved something special at this great event.

Thursday Training Plan – 12 week Buller Half Marathon Training Plan

The Buller Half & Full Marathon is arguably the most scenic half and full marathon in New Zealand. When you cross the finish line you will have achieved something special at this great event.

Thursday Training Plan – 12 week Auckland Marathon & Half Marathon

The Auckland Marathon and Half Marathon are great events and one of the first to confirm their dates in a post-COVID world. When you cross the finish line you will have achieved something special at this great event.

How to Prepare for the Buller Half, Full Marathon or Relay

n this FREE Webinar, Coach Ray will explain how to best prepare for the Buller Half and Full Marathon’s or the relay event.
Including setting training intensities to get the most out of your training, and how to structure your training to get your best result.

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