RIGA - The annual Rimi Riga Marathon, originally scheduled for mid-May, has been postponed until a later date, the marathon's organizers announced Tuesday.
The marathon has been postpones until after the state of emergency has been lifted in connection with the Covid-19 outbreak in the country.
The marathon was initially scheduled for May 16-17.
The Riga Marathon has taken place annually since 1991.
In 2019, the marathon gathered a total of 38,398 runners, including 4,632 foreigners from 82 countries.
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