Rome Marathon Medical Certificate
Planning on running the Rome Marathon? Don’t get stuck at the start line, for forgetting that medical certificate!
All Maratona di Roma competitors must obtain an official ‘runcard’ prior to the race, which should be presented to officials on race day, prior to commencing the 26.2 mile trek. To apply for this runcard, competitors must have completed a thorough medical examination to obtain a certificate stating that the competitor is healthy and fit for competitive athletics. This must be dated, stamped and signed by the examining doctor. Due to recent changes in Italian Athletics Federation rules, the medical examination required for competitors is significantly more extensive than for previous years.
What does the medical exam include?
How long will the appointment take?
You will need a 30-minute appointment costing just £140. We will then need to refer you to a partner clinic for a post-exercise ECG, as a more thorough treadmill exercise tolerance test is required, with prices starting from £215.
What do I need to bring?
Make sure you bring the form along with you to the appointment.
How do I book?
Simply book online for a 30-minute appointment with one of our fully qualified doctors. Make sure to mention the ‘Rome marathon medical exam’ in the notes section. Alternatively, give us a call or send us an email for more information.
One less excuse not to pass that finish line – buona fortuna!
A 30-minute medical exam, ECG & certificate costs just £140.
Clinic Locations: Barbican, Blackfriars, Canary Wharf, Holborn, Kings Cross, Liverpool Street, London Bridge, Oxford Street, Old Street, Paddington, Victoria and Waterloo.