Rock 'n' Roll New OrleansFebruary 9, 2020 in New Orleans 1 of 9
Laissez les bons temps rouler! Rock, roll and run through 26.2 miles of historic New Orleans and check two bucket list items off your list at once. You'll run through the Big Easy surrounded by tunes, cheering spectators and plenty of flying beads. Rock 'n' Roll races are known for their legendary post-race parties and partying in the French Quarter takes it to a whole new level.
Run the Alamo MarathonMarch 8, 2020 in San Antonio, Texas 2 of 9
The race kicks off with a bang—literally—as runners toe the line in anticipation of the traditional musket volley and live cannon blast. After the memorable start to the race, runners will race past some of San Antonio's iconic sites, including The Alamo. With aid stations every one to two miles and top-line sponsors like HOKA ONE ONE and Krispy Kreme, this is a 26.2 you don't want to miss.
Blue Ridge MarathonApril 18, 2020 in Roanoke, Virginia 3 of 9
Ready for a challenge more challenging than running 26.2 miles? The Foot Levelers Blue Ridge Marathon Race Series should be next on your list. This race challenges runners with over 7,430 ft. in elevation change, more than any other road marathon in the U.S. Luckily, the race series finishes with an amazing festival-like post-race party with craft beer, pasta dinners and live music.
ABP Newport Wales MarathonApril 19, 2020 in Newport, United Kingdom 4 of 9
The ABP Newport Wales Marathon will offer a brand-new running experience on 29 April, 2018. The route will be one of the UK's flattest and fastest marathon courses—taking in a host of iconic landmarks, picturesque medieval villages and Newport's recently improved city center. This is a race for athletes looking to perform and take in a bit of British countryside fresh air.
Eugene MarathonApril 26, 2020 in Eugene, Oregon 5 of 9
As a premier running event in TrackTown, USA, the 12th anniversary of the Eugene Marathon is one that all runners should experience. The flat, fast and scenic course races through various sections of Eugene and ends inside historic Hayward Field, one of the best-known track and field stadiums in the U.S. As runners cross the finish line, you'll enjoy live music, free massages, food vendors (including Krusteaz Pancakes), a beer garden and amazing people watching.
Big Sur International MarathonApril 26, 2020 in Carmel, California 6 of 9
As one of the largest and most popular marathons in sunny California, the Big Sur is definitely the must-do marathon of your lifetime. While the race isn't known for being beginner-friendly, the entire event experience is worth the training. Staged entirely on the Pacific Coast Highway, runners will take in the Pacific Ocean on one side and the coastal mountains on the other. Registration fees include a long sleeve t-shirt, a ceramic finisher medal, a souvenir race program and weekend guide and entry to pre-and post-race festivities.
Willamette Valley MarathonMay 17, 2020 in Salem, Oregon 7 of 9
Want to be wined and dined at the end of your race? Well, sign up for The Willamette Valley Marathon and Half Marathon in Salem, OR. Take in the sights along beautiful paved pathways through the Minto Brown Island bird sanctuary. Then cap it all off with a catered lunch and wine tasting from award winning Willamette Valley Wineries.
Windermere MarathonMay 17, 2020 in Spokane, Washington 8 of 9
The Windermere Marathon is a scenic run that winds down the Spokane River through the beautiful Washington city. Its known for its flat and fast course, boasting a net downhill and attracts many Boston hopefuls.