You can log into your participant account to confirm your registration.

No, there is no Race Day registration. If entries are still available after online registration closes, late registration for available spots in any of the races will be held at the Health & Fitness Expo.

You may change your race until the event sells out. You will be charged the difference of the registration cost based on the date and time you are making the change. A $20 change fee will be added for downgrades.

To Change Race Category

  1. Log into your participant account,
  2. Click on Your Events and open your Marathon registration.
  3. Click on Registration Options then Switch Categories
  4. Select your new category and answer the additional questions.
  5. Once completed, click on Switch and Pay (if there’s a price difference)

The Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon has a No Refund / No Deferral policy. All entries are considered final upon payment. Transfers to another person are not allowed. Any athlete who allows someone else to participate in their place will face disqualification from the event and not be allowed to participate in future events. There are no exceptions to this rule as it is a requirement of our insurance provider. All proceeds benefit the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum and its year-round operation. If you purchased refund protect, you can submit your claim below.

Submit a refund protect claim: Request form and Refund Protect Terms and Conditions.

2025 Pricing Coming Soon!

Participants should reach out to our support team or 1 (877) 375-4795 for any of the following system or registration-related questions.

  • Registration changes (data corrections, name, email, address… )
  • Account questions (such as how to access the relay team captain’s account, how to change the credit card on file, etc.
  • Password resets
  • Category changes (upgrades and downgrades) and cancellation
  • Refund Protect questions

Packet Pick-up

Yes! The individual will need your confirmation e-mail and a copy of your photo ID.

There is no packet pick-up on Race Day. Packet pick-up will be held at the Health & Fitness Expo. Packets will NOT be mailed.

Each participant will receive a final confirmation sent via email during race week. Bring a photo ID and your bib number to the Expo to pick up your packet. If for any reason you do not receive or misplace your final confirmation, please visit the bib look-up computers inside the Expo.

No. You must present your bib number and ID to pick up your packet at the Expo. We also ask that you review the information sent in your bib confirmation email for accuracy. This is the perfect time to let us know if your address has changed or will change, and if your gender, age and wheelchair status are correct. This will ensure proper division placement for the official race results. If for any reason you do not receive or misplace your final confirmation, please visit the bib look-up computers inside the Expo.

Bib Numbers and Timing

You will be notified of your assigned bib number when you receive your final confirmation the Thursday before Race Weekend. Bib number assignments are not available via email and will only be released with final confirmations. If for any reason you do not receive or misplace your final confirmation, please visit the bib look-up computers inside the Expo.
We use the Chronotrack timing system to ensure that everyone receives an accurate time. Per USATF Rule 245.1, Open Men’s and Women’s and Master Men’s and Women’s top three awards in the Marathon and the Half Marathon will be based on gun time (the order in which the athletes cross the finish line). Age group and Relay awards will be based on timing system time (the actual time elapsed between an athlete reaching the Start Line and Finish Line). Digital clocks will be located at each mile and at the 5K splits to indicate the unofficial running time. The digital clocks at the Finish Line display your unofficial time. Official time is determined by the Chronotrack timing system. In order to receive an accurate time, please confirm your bib is:

  • Clearly visible on the FRONT of the torso.
  • Unaltered or modified. Do not fold or wrinkle or you risk breaking the timing chip.
  • Pinned in all four corners so the timing chip stays flat.
  • Not covered with jackets, water bottles, etc. so as not to block the reading of the timing chip.

Red Coyote Running and Fitness will provide pace group leaders. Look for the Red Coyote pace signs at the Start Line.

  • Marathon pace times: 3:30, 3:40, 3:50, 4:00, 4:10, 4:15, 4:30, 4:45, 5:00, 5:15, 5:30, 5:45, 6:00
  • Half Marathon pace times: 1:30, 1:35, 1:40, 1:45, 1:50, 1:55, 2:00, 2:05, 2:10, 2:15, 2:20, 2:25, 2:30, 2:45, 3:00


Famous Oklahoman Will Rogers said that if you don’t like the weather in Oklahoma, wait 5 minutes! It could be cool and damp, it could be warm and dry.

The race will go on regardless of precipitation. The race will only be delayed or cancelled if weather conditions present imminent danger to participants.

Start and Finish Lines

The race begins in front of the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum between 5th and 6th streets on Harvey Avenue.

The easiest way to find your family and friends after the race is to have a plan beforehand. Meet up at the post-race Finish Line Festival. In this area, you can pick up some Official Memorial Marathon merchandise and grab some more food!

There’s lots going on before the race kicks off. Join us at 5:30am at the Survivor Tree for an inspiring pre-race sunrise service. Announcements start at 6 am and include the 168 seconds of silence (one for each of those killed in the Oklahoma City bombing), which runners tell us creates the most moving race start anywhere. Cheer on the wheelchair athletes as their race begins at 6:25am before you take off at 6:30am.

Course Support

Runners in the Marathon will have 6.5 hours of course support starting from when the last corral is released from the Start Line. If Marathon runners are not to the course split at Mile 7.5 by 8:45am, they will be directed to the Half Marathon course. To complete the Marathon or Relay without being disqualified, you need be at mile 20 by noon, or you will be shuttled to Scissortail Park to enjoy the Finish Line Festival.

Runners in the Half Marathon will have 4.5 hours of course support starting from when the last corral is released from the Start Line. If you are not at Mile 9 by 10:00am, you will be shuttled back to Scissortail Park to enjoy the Finish Line Festival.

Runners in the 5K will have 1.5 hours of course support starting from when the last corral is released from the Start Line.

Volunteer groups, are located every mile along the course. In addition to entertainment and enthusiastic cheering, each Water Stop provides water and Powerade to participants. Some Water Stops also provide oranges, pretzels and other snacks. Many neighborhoods and other groups set up their own water stops and provide a variety of drink and snack options. GU is available at Water Stop 13. Medical Stations are located every other mile beginning at mile 5, and every mile from mile 19 to the finish. Port-o-Potties are located every mile starting at mile 2.

What is not allowed on course: Backpacks, hydration vests, CamelBaks, rucksacks, air tanks and other over-the-shoulder equipment inflatable costumes, bicycles, scooters, strollers (with the exception of the 5K and Kids Marathon where we ask that all strollers be at the back of corral), roller blades, roller skates, any wheeled item other than wheelchairs. No animals with the exception of ADA approved service dogs. All individuals running with a service dog will need to fill out a waiver and get prior approval.

Running belts, hand-held water bottles and clip-on water bottles less than one liter are allowed. In accordance with USATF guidelines, wheelchair athletes must wear helmets. Thank you for helping us keep the Marathon safe for everyone.

No persons are authorized to be on the course unless they are registered participants or authorized Marathon staff. Therefore, no person shall be allowed to accompany a participant if they are not registered, nor shall any participant be allowed, without the permission of management, to receive assistance or refreshment from anyone during the progress of any race. Any person not properly displaying an official bib number will be directed to leave the course.

Volunteer groups, are located every mile along the course. In addition to entertainment and enthusiastic cheering, each Hydration Station provides water and Powerade to participants. Some Hydration Stations also provide oranges, pretzels, pickle juice and other snacks. Many neighborhoods and other groups set up their own Hydration Stations and provide a variety of drink and snack options. GU is available at Hydration Stations 8, 10, 14 and 17. There are 16 Medical Stations and 22 Hydration Stations located along the course. For exact locations, check out the interactive map. Port-o-Potties are located every mile starting at mile 1.


There are several privately owned parking lots close to the Start and Finish Lines, many of which provide free or discounted parking. Please do not park in any residential, church or business driveways or parking lots that are not listed on the parking map. You can be towed.

Gear Check

You will receive a gear check bag at packet pick-up. This bag is the ONLY bag you may check before the race. The bag is clear and has a drawstring closure. No other bags are accepted.

Gear Check is a complimentary service.

Gear check closes at 1:00pm on Race Day and all bags must be picked up before that time.

Lost and found is located at the Gear Check booth. Items discarded along the race route will be collected and donated to local shelters.

We strongly recommend that you leave your valuables at home. The Memorial Marathon is not responsible for lost or stolen property, including any and all property checked at the gear check.

Qualify for Boston

Yes! The Boston Marathon accepts qualifying times from the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon. Qualifying times for the Boston Marathon vary by age group. The Memorial Marathon will send a complete list of finishers to the BAA about a week after the race.

Click here to view the new Boston Marathon qualifying times.

When registering for the Boston Marathon, enter your finishing time, finishing place, race name, and location and date of the race in the section entitled “Qualification Information.” Be sure to indicate if the time you entered is gun time or tag time (chip time).

Yes. The Boston Marathon automatically receives a list of all official finishers of the Memorial Marathon and their tag (chip) and gun times. The time entered on your Boston Marathon registration will be checked against the official time that is on file. For questions regarding qualification for the Boston Marathon, please contact the Boston Athletic Association.


Per USATF rules, gun time is used to determine winners. Tag time (chip time) is used to determine all age-group winners and other award recipients.

Marathon, Half Marathon, 5K

  • Male and Female
    Overall | 1st, 2nd, 3rd
    Masters (40+) | 1st, 2nd, 3rd
  • Non-Binary | 1st, 2nd, 3rd
  • Age Groups | 1st, 2nd, 3rd
    19 & under, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75+

All awards, including for age group and Relay, will be shipped to you after the event.


The Memorial Marathon has an app available for Android and iPhone, free in each app store. Runners will be tracked at their splits and can be followed by a name or bib number search.

Check out our Spectators page for information on OKC’s amazing neighborhoods! Out of respect for other residents, we ask that spectators not use air horns to cheer on runners.

You can sign up to volunteer! Our volunteers are essential to making the Run to Remember successful – and doing so comes with perks! As long as you are 13 years or older at the time of registration, you can join a committee that best suits your interests.


Yes! Runners may purchase official race merchandise on Race Day at the Merchandise Booth in the Finishers Plaza. Click here for official Memorial Marathon merchandise.

Runners in all races receive a participant T-shirt and a beautiful, hand-cast bronze finisher’s medal. All adult participants receive a link to their Digital Race Bag, full of offers and coupons. All participants receive our Oklahoma hospitality, food and drinks along the course and at the finish line. Vendors at the Health & Fitness Expo often hand out free samples.

We can only provide one T-shirt per registered participant. There is a variety of Official Memorial Marathon merchandise available for sale at the Expo, in the merchandise tent on Race Day and online.

Social Media

Yes! Be sure to follow us on TikTok, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Post photos, thoughts, and motivational comments for your fellow runners to see and use the hashtag #RUNtoREMEMBER!

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