This USATF-certified course is both scenic and challenging and includes historic downtown, beautiful neighborhoods, paved trails, and rolling terrain with a few significant climbs and descents as well.
Returning in March 2022
For 15 years, the Valley Forge Revolutionary 5-Mile Run ® has been a unique challenge for runners of all skill levels. Runners trek a five-mile, USAF-certified course that traverses the scenic Valley Forge National Historical Park. The 16th Annual Rev Run falls over National Park Week and all proceeds from the race go directly back into Valley Forge National Historical Park to enhance the visitor experience and support our local national treasure. Since its inception in 2006, Rev Run has raised $500,000 for Park infrastructure improvement projects and programming to enhance visitor experience. *In 2021 the we decided to make Rev Run virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Runners and walkers from 24 different U.S. states, Germany, and the Netherlands virtually. Due to record-breaking registration, virtual participation wil
The races take place on the Bob Trail at Trap Pond State Park in Laurel, DE. The Trap Pond State Park is located at 33587 Baldcypress Lane, Laurel, DE 19956. The races start on the trail from different locations (please see race start locations on the map in the Parking section below) near the Bald Cypress Nature Center. All four races finish at the same location also near the Nature Center.
This is the original Skyline to the Sea Trail Run. The trail begins at Saratoga Gap, near Castle Rock State Park and descends from the Santa Cruz Mountains to the deep blue Pacific Ocean. Along the way you will encounter amazing views of the Monterey Bay, coastal and redwood forests, lush ferns, chaparral, exquisite sandstone formations, crystal clear waterfalls and the beauty of California wildflowers. This gorgeous venue is not to be missed.
The 2020 GAP Marathon and Half Marathon has been cancelled due to COVID-19. The plan is to return to Frostburg in 2022 to conduct the sixth edition of the GAP Marathon and Half on Wednesday September 28, 2022.
Both the marathon and half marathon will use 6.56 miles of the GAP and start at 8:00AM. This event will take place in its entirety in Maryland on the outstanding Great Allegheny Passage (GAP). The race start/finish is located at Frostburg GAP Trailhead located at 10062 New Hope Road NW Frostburg, MD 21532.
The Kauai Marathon and Half Marathon begin in Poipu, the world-class resort community at the sunny southern end of the island, with routes sharing the first 11 miles. The courses follow the contour of the scenic coastline, offering magnificent views of the island’s picturesque beaches, rugged volcanic peaks, and green tropical rain forests. As dawn breaks, runners experience lush green vistas as they approach the shade of the century-old Tunnel of Trees before winding through misty Omao where the half marathoners enter Kukui’ula Resort offering spectacular ocean views for the last few miles. The full marathon heads out to Lawai before climbing to reveal stunning ocean views at the top of Kalaheo. The remaining miles are a gradual descent until runners receive a rousing island welcome upon their return to Poipu Beach.
COURSEThe start/finish line will be located next to the Fanno Farmhouse on Creekside Place. For both the marathon and the half marathon runners will run a 3.28 mile loop repeatedly. For the marathons will run the loop 8 times for the half marathon runners will run the loop 4 times. The loop will be well marked, but runners should be aware of the course.
PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a closed course and you will be required to yield to others on the trail and we ask that you not run more then two abreast. This is NOT a Boston Qulifying course and is designed to be a fun run and safety is our number one prioirty, so please be careful and cautious.
The Chisholm Trail Half Marathon is a USATF certified course. It shares the start line with the Chisholm Trail full marathon located in the Historic Delano District. If you’re looking for a half PR or running your first half, the Wichita Chisholm Trail Half Marathon will not disappoint.
Lace up your running shoes and get ready to run Raleigh’s Hometown Race! The 15th annual Pendo City of Oaks Marathon is returning on November 7, 2021 with a distance for everyone. Tour the City of Oaks on foot and enjoy a post-race party.
The course is flat and fast and USATF certified. It is a perfect course to run to qualify for Boston. Runners start on 3rd Avenue next to Joan C. Edward Stadium and run through downtown Huntington past Pullman Square, next to the Ohio River, and through Ritter Park among other places. The highlight is to run through Marshall University campus on their way to a goal-line finish in Marshall Football Stadium.
The Full Marathon course is 2 laps beginning and ending at Panther Island Pavilion heading southwest along the Trinity Trails to Acme Brick. The 20-mile race has the same first loop and a shortened second loop with a turnaround at the Woodshed. The Half-Marathon is just the first lap of the Marathon course.
Waiting at the Stinson Beach start line will be the only time you spend at sea level during this challenging trail run. From the word “Go” you’ll be heading, up, up and away into the thick wooded trails of Muir Woods. You’ll follow the legendary Dipsea trail to Steep Ravine, where you’ll climb a wooden ladder, march up natural rock and wooden staircases and scramble under tree trunks.
Along the way, enjoy the sounds of babbling brooks and waterfalls. Drink in the fresh smell of the towering redwoods and oaks that surround you. Your summit will be rewarded with panoramic vistas as you begin your descent back into Stinson Beach.
Ohio’s best marathon is also the lowest cost, low-key marathon around. While we don’t offer stand-up mile markers, clocks at every mile, and large crowd support
If you are getting fed up with running all the big races with over 10,000 runners come and run this one. The course is quite hard as it is at altitude and hilly. The year I raced there were 99 people on the start line. We got a motel that was less than 200 yards from the start line.
The course is absolutely stunning, there were not many spectators but the few that were out there were pretty enthusiastic. The organizers did a great job, there were water stations without fail every 2 miles. Everybody received a race medal that was hand-decorated by the local school children, and at the award ceremony there were numerous spot prizes as well as local art products given to age group placers.
I hope to come back and run this race soon.
This race uses the scenic C&O Canal Towpath for the course. The marathon starts at 8:00AM, and the half marathon starts at 8:15AM.
This race will be the fifth event in the 2022 Mid-Atlantic Marathon and Half Marathon Series conducted from September 28 – October 2. The other events in the Series are the GAP Marathon and Half, the Eastern continental Divide Marathon and Half, the GAP Trestles Marathon and Half, and the Salisbury Viaduct Marathon and Half. Run one, some, or all the Mid-Atlantic Marathon and Half Marathon Series races.
The 2020 GAP Trestles Marathon and Half Marathon was cancelled due to COVID-19. There will not be an Altis race series in 2021. The plan is to conduct the seventh edition of this race on Friday September 30, 2022.
Both the marathon and half marathon start at 8:00AM. This event will take place in its entirety in Pennsylvania on the outstanding Great Allegheny Passage. Runners will cross three trestles on the course – to include the 1908 foot long Salisbury Viaduct (pictured above) over the Casselman River Valley, the 910 foot long Keystone Viaduct, and the historic Wills Creek Bollman Truss Bridge.
This fast and flat course takes you off of the island of Key West, through Stock Island, and up to US 1 for a turnaround. Once back on the island the Gulf of Mexico greets you to help you finish your race. There is a 6 hour time limit for the marathon.
Join us in 2022 for the 69th running of the oldest marathon in Canada, the third-oldest in North America (after New York and Boston), and the twelfth-oldest in the world!The Huffin’ Puffin Marathon, Half Marathon and Marathon Relay certified Boston-qualifier course winds through the best of St. John’s: through beautiful parks, historic downtown streets, along the harbour front, and around Quidi Vidi lake.
2021 St. Luke’s Via Marathon Will Not Take Place
March 22, 2021 (BETHLEHEM, PA) – Via announced today that the 2021 St. Luke’s Via Marathon will not take place this fall due to the uncertainty surrounding the possibility of safely holding a large event that takes more than a year of planning and significant resources to execute.
Over the last 12 months, we have worked diligently to ensure that the essential services Via provides for individuals with disabilities and their families remain in place. It is vital that Via concentrates on its core mission and focus on continuing to support the most vulnerable members of our community.”
Check fir the next race in 2022.