Rated by Runner's World as one of the four "Marathons to Build a Vacation Around" in the World. Included in Runner`s World 10 Most Scenic and Fastest Marathons and Top 20 Marathons in the USA. It begins in the majestic Pine Valley mountains and descends nearly 2600 feet through scenic southwest Utah, to the beautiful Worthern Park. The St. George Marathon is a point-to-point race which is USA Track & Field Certified & Sanctioned. Runner`s World listed the St. George Marathon as the fastest fall marathon. A fun race indeed--and scenic. See the Course Info Page.
Date Saturday, October 3, 2015
Start Time Wheelchairs and HandCranks - 6:40 AM, Runners - 6:45 AM.
Entries for participants to use bicycles, skates,strollers, baby joggers, roller blades or other wheeled vehicles (except wheelchairs) will not be accepted.
Entry Fee $90.00
NOTE: Entry Fee is non-refundable once you have been selected to run the marathon. If you are NOT selected in the Lottery your registration fee, minus the online transaction fee, will be refunded to you.
EXPO and Packet-pick-up: All runners are required to pick up your own packet during EXPO hours. ID is required.
When:Friday October 2, 2015 Where:Dixie Convention Center 1835 S Convention Center Dr, St George, UT Time:9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Important Notification Numbers Twenty-four hour marathon hot-line (435) 627-4500
Time Standard All runners must have reached the intersection of Snow Canyon Parkway and State Road 18 within 6 hours and 15 minutes of the start of the race (1:00 pm). This is a non-negotiable rule that will be will be strictly enforced by race officials and Public Safety personnel who have your safety in mind. Additionally, the St. George Marathon reserves the right to remove a runner from the course if, in our judgment, it is possible that serious or fatal injury could result from continued participation
Runners Receive... Marathon Dri-Release Technical Shirt Full-Color Marathon Poster Unique Finisher Medallion Marathon Certificate Bus Transportation to Start Post-Race Drinks and Fruit Post-Race Sunday Spectrum Results
Weather October is the most beautiful month in St. George. Temperatures at the start line range from 38 - 44° F; at finish from 65 - 85° F.
Altitude Start - 5,243` Finish - 2,678`
Transportation to St. George Located five hours south of Salt Lake City and two hours north of Las Vegas on Interstate 15. For further tourism information, contact St. George Chamber of Commerce, 97 E. St. George Blvd., (435) 628-1658; or Washington Co. Travel Bureau, 800-869-6635.
RUN OUT to enjoy a run with the St. George Running Club to promote training, encourage friendly competition, and increase the awareness of the running community by organizing, promoting, and having regular training sessions to improve the fitness and performances of residents of Southern Utah. www.stgeorgerunningclub.com.
This national training program was developed and produced by US Olympian Jeff Galloway, who has been involved with training programs in the US since 1978. The program is open to anyone who is interested in fulfilling a lifetime goal: to run a marathon, half marathon, 10K, or just get started. We welcome all levels, from beginners to Boston qualifiers. Pace groups are set up to ensure a comfortable and safe training pace for every ability.
Jeff's unique low-mileage run-walk program makes it possible for anyone to experience the feeling of completing their goal. If a marathon is your goal and you can currently run/walk three miles, we'll get you to the start line in six months. And if you're a more experienced runner, we'll help you safely increase your speed and distance to run at your highest potential. If you're a beginner, we'll show you how to get started with a safe fitness program and maintain your fitness level. The simplicity and wisdom of the program reflect Jeff's motto: Run Injury Free.
The key to the training is the Saturday long run, when you'll be running with the a group at a comfortable pace that is appropriate for you. You'll have a group leader to help guide you, keep you motivated, and be sure you're having fun. And it works! The Galloway Program boasts a 98% success rate in more than 40 cities across the nation. What's more important is that we'll be supporting each other, having a great time, and sharing what is a truly life-changing experience.
Come meet with us for a free test run. We meet every Saturday year-round at a location convenient for those living in both Salt Lake and Utah Counties.
Welcome to Salt Lake City FIT. We are a marathon, half-marathon and wellness training program devoted to getting you in the best shape of your life in a non-intimidating and fun environment. When you join, you receive day-by-day training schedules, weekly gatherings with your group for your long run or walk, informational seminars and a Salt Lake City FIT marathon Training t-shirt.
Ask anyone who has done it, there is nothing like finishing a marathon, even if you have never run a step. You'll be fit, happy, and mentally strong, and you can do it all in 26 to 28 weeks.
Whether you are a couch-potato, walker, casual jogger, or marathon veteran, this marathon training program is the most enjoyable, most inspiring, and most efficient way to get in the best shape of your life.
The Utah Grand Slam is a unique event for the veteran or newly certifiable marathon maniac. The Grand Slam consists of participating in five of the six Utah marathons designated; Salt Lake City Marathon, Ogden Marathon, Park City Marathon, Deseret News Marathon, Top of Utah Marathon (Logan), and the St. George Marathon. To compete for the overall men's and women's trophies, one must complete the Ogden Marathon through the St. George Marathon. To simply earn the respect, admiration, and/or disbelief of one's family and friends, one must complete five of the six above mentioned marathons. The trophies, medals, plaques and coveted t-shirts will be awarded in a much deserved ceremonial fashion in St. George after all Slammers have completed the marathon. For more information about how you too can, as a part-time unpaid occupation, run an insane number of miles, please click on our logo or visit wasatchrunningcenter.com, or call 877-786-8786 toll-free.
The St. George Marathon will have water, Gatorade and Clif Bars at the aid stations but don't head out for the race unprepared. You will receive a Fastpak of SHOT BLOKS from the Clif Bar folks in your goody bag. You may want bring them with you on the course.
Hydrating properly is absolutely essential to keeping you fluid throughout your many athletic endeavors; from trail to road to water. Proper hydration also inspires greater comfort and enjoyment along the way. There can be gain without the pain after all! Dehydration of even 2-3% can slow you down, and dehydration and sodium loss are also the number one cause of cramping, so you'll need to replace 16-24oz of fluid for every pound lost to help avoid this. Consuming consistent amounts of sodium every hour can help replace sodium losses in sweat. Simple investment - HUGE payoff!
SHOT BLOKS are best to consume15-30 minutes prior to activity, and then every 20-30 minutes during activity. Three (3) of those yummy BLOKS are considered one (1) serving, but it's really up to you how many you eat. They're conveniently portioned to provide personalized pop'ability! Electrolyte Chews help increase blood sugar levels and maintain even energy levels. Prolong performance - avoid the crash. Keep in mind that Bloks will affect your blood sugar levels more slowly than gel since they are semi-solid, so it's best to follow up with a swig of water. BLOK on and enjoy the St. George Marathon!
Qualifying for Boston
St. George is one of the Top Ten Qualifiers for the Boston Marathon!
For the 2015 Boston Marathon, qualifying times must be run on or after September 2014
The acceptance of official race entrants will be based on qualifying time, with the fastest qualifiers (in relation to their age and gender) being accepted first until the race is full
All qualifying times are subject to review and verification
Minimum age requirement for the Boston Marathon is 18 years of age on race day
All standards below are based on official submitted net time
All standards below are equal to the 2015 Boston Marathon qualifying standards
The qualifying times below are based upon each athlete's age on the date of the Boston Marathon in which they are participating
Registration for the 2014 Boston Marathon is scheduled to open in September.
BLIND/VISUALLY IMPAIRED DIVISION
The qualifying time is 5:00 hours for visually impaired athletes (men and women) classified T11, T12, and T13.
MOBILITY IMPAIRED PROGRAM
Mobility Impaired participants can apply on the first day of Boston Marathon registration, if qualified. Individuals with permanent disabilities that affect ambulation and who would not otherwise qualify for entry in other divisions are being granted the following extended qualifying times:
The qualifying time is 6:00 hours for individuals who, because of the nature of their disability, have difficulty ambulating
The qualifying time is 8:00 hours for individuals who, because of the nature of their disability, need mobility aids such as prosthetics, leg braces or crutches to ambulate
All other individuals with disabilities followed entry procedures and qualifying standards of either the B.A.A. or the established qualifying standard from the recognized disabled sports organization
The 2014 Boston Marathon will include a separate start for the top female competitors. The Elite Women's Start (EWS) will begin prior to the 10:00 a.m. and performances from this start wil be scored separately from women starting at 10:00 a.m.
Open and master division women who consider themselves eligible for prize money in the 2013 & 2014 Boston Marahton must declare themselves as a contestant for the EWS start
Race officials can assist in determining which start - EWS or 10:00 a.m. - is most appropriate
Prize money will be awarded to contestants in the EWS only
Women who chosse not the start in the EWS waive the right to compete for prize money
They may send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for further details on format, eligibility, regulations, and instructions
All of the above information is subject to change
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PUSH RIM WHEELCHAIR DIVISION QUALIFYING TIMES
Entrants in the Push Rim Wheelchair Division, Mobility Impaired Division, and Visually Impaired Division are all subject to qualifying standards for their age and gender. These standards are unchanged from recent years.
Open (Classes 3 & 4)
Quad (Classes 1 & 2)
Voted "Most Organized" by Runner's World Magazine survey. January 2010 issue
15th Largest Marathon In The USA
Listed #4 of the Top 26 Marathons in North America by Marathon and Beyond
Listed in Runner's World as the "Fastest Fall Marathon" and included as one of Runner's World"10 Most Scenic Marathons and Top 20 In the USA." And one of the "Cream of the Crop" marathons in the nation.
Runners from all over the USA & 12 foreign countries will be represented.
Australia Austria Brazil Canada France Great Britain Denmark
Germany Hong Kong Iceland Japan Mexico United States
60% Male Runners - 40% Female Runners
63% Runners were from Utah - With California coming in second place at 12%
There are 36 Runner & Wheelchair Divisions to compete in.
Awards run 8 deep in each division.
20 Wheelchair and Hand Crank participants in 2013
Over 200,000 cups are used at 17 Aid Stations along the route.
Over 4,250 gallons of water and 1,960 gallons of Gatorade hydration drink are consumed.
Mayors Walk will be held Saturday, October 4, 2014, 7:00 a.m. The walk is approximately 2.2 miles in length and had over 1,600 participants last year.
Ten-Year-Club - There are now over 1300 members in our 10-year runners club. A Ten-Year Club member is a runner who has participated in at least 10 St. George Marathons.
Twenty-Year-Runners - we will have 213 runners who have participated in the St. George Marathon at least 20 times.
Thirty-Year Runners - we have now inducted a total of 14 runners who have completed over 30 St George Marathons
Based on past races, we expect approximately 80% of the registered runners to finish the race - all 26 miles and 385 yards!