Voted a “must-run marathon” by Runner’s World magazine, this race is packed with spectator support. It’s also a Boston-qualifying USATF sanctioned event. The race begins with 168 seconds of silence to honor those killed in the 1995 bombing.
Half Marathon
Experience a course that winds through downtown, Bricktown, past the Oklahoma State Capitol, through northeastern Oklahoma City and around beautiful parks, churches and neighborhoods. You’ll also pass 168 banners that remind you of Why We Run.
There’s no better way to enjoy the Memorial Marathon than participating with family and friends! Each relay team is comprised of five participants who run the following legs — 6.2 miles, 3.1 miles, 7.5 miles, 3.1 miles and 6.2 miles. Walkers are also welcome.
Whether you choose to run or walk, this 3.1-mile race is a great way to get involved in the Memorial Marathon without tackling the longer distances. Each participant receives a medal as well as one free admission to the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum.
Kids Marathon
Kids from 6th grade and below are encouraged to join in this event that helps to teach a healthy lifestyle. Children run 25 miles from now until race day. Then on race day, participants complete their Marathon by running or walking the last 1.2 miles in person.
Senior Marathon
Individuals 65+, grab your friends and walk or run 25 miles (about 1.5 miles weekly) between January and Race Day. Then, meet us at the Start Line to complete your last 1.2 miles. Enjoy the cheers from your friends and supporters as you become an official Marathoner!
Does a good challenge bring out the best in you? We have three opportunities for you to step up and earn some bonus swag. Can you run two races in two days, two marathons in a year or run faster than the governor’s team? Sign up and put your training to the test!
How did you stack up among the other runners? View the latest race results and you can sort by race type, age group, gender, division or search by name. Past results are also available from all previous years of the race dating back to the first year, 2001.

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