Marathon /marəθ(ə)n/ Noun. a long-distance running race, strictly one of 26 miles 385 yards (42.195 km). TAG Heuer is proud to join hundreds of thousand fans across the globe cheering on remarkable runners of the New York, Chicago, Boston, Paris, Berlin, London and Moscow marathons as official timekeeper of these exciting feats of both body and mind.
They run the world. There are more than 50,000 men and women running the NYC Marathon, over 30,000 who dare to traverse Beantown by foot, 57,000 hommes and femmes competing in Paris, 40,000 Manner and Frauen at the Berlin race and still thousands more in Chicago, Moscow and London. They pass famous landmarks, pass by hundreds of thousand people cheering on the sidelines and surpass their own limits. They train all year long, each time running faster, feeling stronger and turning the pain of training into complete euphoria. They run for the feeling of their shoes on the pavement, their hearts beating in perfect harmony, the music blasting through headphones. Every mile, every step, every second of every breath is a challenge, but every run, no matter how fast or how long, is a reward. TAG Heuer assures the accurate measurement of this reward with the most precise calculations of Marathon times for those who always go the extra mile and never stop until they cross the finish line.