10 Biggest Running Races in the U.S.
This annual Independence Day classic is an Atlanta fixture and attracts runners worldwide. Photo Credit: MarathonFoto
Since 1977, the Lilac Bloomsday Run 12K has been a Spokane staple. Have you ever run this race? Tell us about it.
"Sea level is for sissies" is the slogan for the BolderBOULDER 10K. This race requires a qualifying time and attracts some of the top talent. Photo Courtesy of BolderBOULDER 10K
New York, New York
As part of the World Marathon Majors, this NYC race offers a once in a lifetime opportunity to run around the Big Apple. It's no wonder so many runners are lining up to join. Read More ?
Another World Marathon Majors favorite, the Chicago Marathon is a classic race that draws in thousands each year.
The Race for the Cure in Washington, DC is the largest of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure races, which have raised more than $1 billion for the fight against breast cancer.
Charleston, South Carolina
Run across the Cooper River bridge in this classic 10K. The race also benefits any number of charities and let's you pick the organization of your choice.
This annual sellout race is the nation's largest half marathon event. What else can you run through the Indianapolis Motor Speedway? View the Course ?
This race was named one of the best running races in the country by USA Today. Runners come in costume and are cheered to the finish line with spirit groups and spectators.
Los Angeles, California
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