New Zealand’s largest track, Toto Wolff’s, will host its 2017 race in 2017.
The new Tokyo Marathon, which takes place on Sunday May 1, will be the first of its kind.
It is set to be held at the iconic Kokugikan in the heart of the city.
There are more than 20,000 runners competing in the race, which will start at 9am and end at 3pm.
There is also the option of a half marathon race on Friday night, which is still a possibility for runners.
Auckland’s TotoWolffs, which has been hosting the Tokyo Marathon for nearly 70 years, will also be hosting the event.
It is a race for everyone and there are no age restrictions for the race.
It will also feature a number of special events for runners of all abilities, including a food court and an after-party for runners who wish to get their running on.
The Auckland Marathon will also offer a running community run with a goal of raising $500,000 for charity.
Organisers of the race have also announced that the event will be streamed live online.
Race day starts at 8am with a 10km race and finishes at 3:30pm.
It will be broadcast live on the New Zealand Herald website and will also carry on Facebook Live and Instagram.
The race is being streamed on Facebook, where runners will have the option to upload a photo and tag their run.
Race organizers have also launched a website to help runners find a race venue and also provide information about the course, course closures, and other races that will take place on the day.
More to come