Marathon + Half Marathon
Join us at 7:00am on December 10, 2017 for the 7th year of the highest rated marathon in the state of Texas (marathonguide.com). How satisifed are our runners? 99% of the runners who filled out our post race survey told us they found the organization of our race to be excellent or good. More than 96% said they found the value of our race to be excellent or good. Those numbers don't lie.
You'll have the opportunity to explore the Bryan/College Station community as well as experience the spirit of Aggieland while you run through the Texas A&M campus.
Student Challenge Men's and Women's Teams
Groups of 4 male students and 4 female students will be able to register together for the Half Marathon race in hopes of winning and taking home a prize of $1000. All 4 runners on the team will independently run in the Half Marathon race. The winning team will be the one with the fastest average finish time for all of its runners. This year there will be a winning Men's Team and a winning Women's Team! Both will take home $1000!!!
So, students, grab 3 of your friends and join us on December 10th for a shot at winning $1000
Only teams of four will be eligible. All Team members must be students. Pricing will be $75 per runner.
In addition to the half and full marathon, we are offering a marathon relay for 4 or 8-person teams. Gather some of your closest friends and/or family and get a taste of the marathon experience. Each member of a 4-person teams runs approximately 6.5 miles of the marathon course, while 8-person team members run about 3.2 miles. Please note each leg will vary slightly.
Corporate Marathon Relay
In addition to the traditional relay, we are also offering for businesses to form 4 or 8-person teams of employees to participate in the marathon relay. Runners will each cover 6.5 miles (4-person) or 3.2 miles (8-person). All members of the corporate relay team MUST work for the same organization. What a great way to promote wellness and camaraderie within your organization!
The race courses are fairly flat and fast, and the route includes plenty of shady neighborhoods, several golf courses, and enough crowd support to help you get to the finish for your first time or your fastest time. The marathon course has some rolling hills miles 7–13, but is otherwise mostly flat. The marathon course will also be USAT&F certified and a Boston Marathon qualifying race.