Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon

New Corral Added to Start Line

Attention Runners: Please review our new corral design and your entry point! To ensure a safe and consistent flow at the start line and on the course, we will be enforcing entry to the corrals. As always, you are able to move back into a slower corral if you would like to run with a buddy, but the corrals will be strictly enforced.

You will be assigned a corral based on your pace. Your corral letter will be printed on the front of your bib number. You will receive your bib number and corral assignment race week via email.


Registration is Open for the 2015 Memorial Marathon

Get inspired by this Registration Day video for the 2015 Run to Remember!

Voted one of the 12 ‘must-run’ marathons in the world by Runner’s World magazine, the 26.2 miles of the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon are packed with cheering supporters and the most beautiful neighborhoods in Oklahoma City. Compete against some of the top runners in the region, and join more than 25,000 participants on the starting line running to remember the 168 people who were killed in the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing in 1995. This race serves as a testimony that good can overcome evil.

The Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon is a Boston qualifying USATF sanctioned race, but it is also a fundraising event to support the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum. The Memorial’s future depends on our runners’ fundraising efforts. Today, Oklahoma City stands as a symbol of hope and resilience. Recovery after the bombing was a marathon in its own right, and our runners and donors are the driving force in making sure this story is told forever.

Click  the red “Register Now” button at the top of the page to begin your registration!