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Sekondi-Takoradi Marathon organisers open registration for runners

The organisers of the annual Sekondi-Takoradi Marathon (STM) have announced that registration for the second edition of the event has opened for all interested athletes and participants.

A statement from the organisers signed by Mr. Henri Senyo Penni, Operations Manager for the event said, the registration which would last for two weeks, would commence on Monday, December 13, and end on Saturday 25 December, 2021.

It said, the organisers have developed five key means by which athletes and participants can register to participate in the historic race.

According to the statement, interested athletes and participants can send their details; Name, Date of Birth, Place of Work or School, Region, Club, and Contact details to the following dedicated WhatsApp lines; 0244 685639, 0243469362, 0555165166, 0503194141 (no calls).

It said they can also visit the official Facebook pages of Sekondi-Takoradi Marathon or Medivents Consult to drop their details for registration or send their details to

The statement said, athletes can also visit to fill the registration forms or call the following numbers to register; 0554395023, 0555165166, 0243469362, 0557792884.

The STM is under the auspices of the Western Regional Coordinating Council (WRCC) and organised by Medivents Consult with support from Total Marketing and Tours Limited (TMTL).

It is sponsored by Africa World Airlines (AWA), Cowbell,, Lucozade, David Car Rental and GOIL.

The race is fixed for Sunday, December 26, and would commence at the Essipong Stadium and end at the Takoradi Mall.

Credit: Sekondi-Takoradi Marathon

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