The B.A.A. Half Marathon, presented by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund, highlights the beauty of Boston and Brookline's Emerald Necklace park system while furthering the Boston Athletic Association's mission of promoting health and fitness. The 13.1-mile, out and back, rolling course, begins and ends at White Stadium in Boston's Franklin Park. The park, one of the oldest in America, is located in Boston's Jamaica Plain and Dorchester neighborhoods.
Now in its 13th year, the St. Luke’s Via Marathon is the 6th best Boston Qualifier in the United States. The point to point course offers a net decent run through seven municipalities, finishing at Scott Park in Easton, PA. Shade is plentiful along the course, and the views change often. Fourteen small bridges add an accent to the unique course. The Marathon offers runners the opportunity to qualify for the Boston Marathon and is one of the fastest races in the country. The average time for the race in 2017 was 3:59:48.
Scenic, shady and a net descent drop of 240’ make it an attractive qualifying run for the Boston Marathon. The half marathon starts at the marathon’s midpoint and is run from Bethlehem to Easton. The Kids Race are held at SteelStacks in historic south Bethlehem.
Marathon cap is 2,500 runners.
The Boston Police Department and Boston Police Runner's Club invite you to the 15th running of Boston's Run To Remember half marathon and 5-mile on May 26, 2019. Race date is Sunday, May 26 and number pick up and expo is Saturday, May 25. Honor Massachusetts law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty by celebrating their lives and giving back to the community.
The UPMC Health Plan Pittsburgh Half Marathon has been a runner favorite since its inception in 2009. Run over Pittsburgh's three rivers, across bridges with amazing views of the city skyline, and travel through unique neighborhoods lined with spectators and entertainment that showcases Pittsburgh's history and diversity.