Little Rock Marathon registration now open
August 1, 2022
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Aug. 1, 2022) /ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – Little Rock Marathon race officials today announced registration for its March race is open. Race weekend is slated for March 4 – 5 and benefits Little Rock Parks & Recreation.
Race Weekend events include the 23rd Annual Little Rock Marathon, presented by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette; the Little Rock Half Marathon, presented by Baptist Health; the Little Rock 10K, presented by Arkansas Blue Cross/Blue Shield; the Little Rock 5K, presented by Arkansas Federal Credit Union; the Little Rockers Kids Marathon and the Little Rock Health & Fitness Expo.
Registration for the Little Rockers Kids Marathon will open Sept. 1.
The Little Rock Marathon offers a training program to individuals participating in the 2023 race. Official training begins in mid-September with a “build-up” training phase beginning on Aug. 8. The Little Rock Marathon Training Program, presented by Bill Torrey’s Rock City Running, is free of charge but registration is required.
Registration will be available online at littlerockmarathon.com through 11:59 p.m. CST Feb. 24, 2023.
For more information about deadline, details and the race, visit littlerockmarathon.com or contact the Little Rock Marathon office at (501) 371-4639.
About Little Rock Marathon
The mission of the Little Rock Marathon is to provide a premier event open to athletes of all abilities, while promoting a healthy lifestyle through running and walking and raising money for Little Rock Parks & Recreation. Since inception in 2003, more than $1.6 million has been donated to Little Rock Parks & Recreation. Little Rock Marathon Race Weekend is held the first weekend in March each year and includes a marathon, half marathon, 10K, 5K run/walk, a children’s mile and a free two-day health and fitness expo. With an estimated $6 million in local spending annually, more than 200,000 individuals have participated in a Little Rock Marathon race, event, or free training program. This has been achieved through school-based programs, community outreach, partnerships with running/walking groups across the country and passionate grass roots promotion.
About Little Rock Parks & Recreation
Little Rock Parks and Recreation oversees 62 developed parks and twelve undeveloped parks totaling over 6,100 acres. In addition, the Little Rock Parks & Recreation offers a wide-range of youth and adult recreational and sports leagues, after-school and summer playground programs for children ages 6-15, outdoor recreation, therapeutic recreation and programs for seniors. Funds raised will continue to support parks and recreational programs for all ages. For more information about Little Rock Parks & Recreation please visit https://www.littlerock.gov/residents/parks-and-recreation/.
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