Sunday, April 24 | 6:30am

Want to experience the camaraderie and energy of the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon with family and friends? Enter a team in the 5-person relay. With two 3.1 mile legs, two 6.2 mile legs and one 7.5 mile leg the Relay has opportunities for runners of all skill levels and walkers are welcome.

Relay Runner Info

Team Format

A team consists of 5 members. Your team can be fewer than 5 members (one or more members running more than one leg), but the entry fee is still the same. A team member can participate in more than one event as long as they are registered in each event. You must register and pay any additional race entries if you choose to run more than one event. (Note: you may only run Leg 1 of the Relay if you also wish to run the Full Marathon. All other legs of the Relay take you into the Full Marathon course. The Half Marathon course will not open until the Half Marathon wave has begun.)

Each participant will cross an exchange at the end of their leg. Relay medals will only be available at the Finish Line.

The relay order is as follows: 10K, 5K, 12K, 5K, 10K

Governor’s Relay Challenge

Governor Kevin Stitt is challenging Oklahomans to beat his Relay team during the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon. Any Relay Team that signs up and participates will be automatically entered to compete against the Governor’s relay team. If your team’s overall time beats Governor Stitt’s relay team, you will receive an “I Beat the Gov” running shirt that will be mailed to runners after Race Day.


Teams can compete in the following categories:

Open Division – no age restriction

  • Male (all males), Female (all females), Mixed (at least two of each gender)

Masters Division – all team members 40 or over

  • Male (all males), Female (all females), Mixed (at least two of each gender)

Corporate Division – all employees from the same company

  • Male (all males), Female (all females), Mixed (at least two of each gender)

Groups – no age or gender restrictions

  • Fire, Police or Military (all active duty or retired firemen, policemen or military personnel)
  • Government Agency (all current or retired from same government agency)
  • High School Students (all current high school students)
  • College Students (all current college students)
  • Family (must be legal relatives)

Odds and Ends (doesn’t fit other categories)