In conjunction with the reintroduced Oklahoma Standard, the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon and the Williams Route 66 Marathon are excited to announce we will be teaming up this fall!
On April 19, 1995, Oklahomans united in the face of the devastating Oklahoma City bombing, helping care for one another and providing strength during a period of uncertainty and fear. That spirit of generosity still lives in Oklahomans today and we call it the Oklahoma Standard. You can learn more at OklahomaStandard.com.
The COVID-19 pandemic certainly has caused uncertainty for many Oklahomans. It has also caused an unprecedented postponement and cancellation of events across the country, including the Run to Remember.
We know Oklahomans love a challenge, so the Williams Route 66 Marathon and the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon are offering you the special opportunity to hold yourself to a higher “standard” – the Oklahoma Standard!
Run the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon or Half Marathon on October 4 and then participate in the Williams Route 66 Marathon on November 22, and you’ll receive a special commemorative medal!
It’s time once again for us to Show Up to Serve, Rise Up to Honor, and Step Up to be Kind. #OklahomaStandard