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Hollywood Half Marathon

Sunday April 7th, 2019
Hollywood, California
Distance: Half Marathon · 10K · 5K

Run down the World Famous Hollywood Walk of Fame with fans and spectators cheering you on! The race starts in front of Dolby Theatre, home of the Academy Awards. Earn your Star Award upon crossing the red carpet finish line to complete your running tour of the Entertainment Capital of the World!The Half Marathon is LIMITED to 7,500 participants and guaranteed to sell out, so don’t delay.

The 5K or 10K course takes you on a running tour through heart of Hollywood.

There is also the Star Kids Fun Run. This exciting half mile kids fun run will take your little stars along the World Famous Walk of Fame. It starts at the main event finish line at Hollywood andVine and follows an out and backcourse. The course is intended for children3-10 and will besupported byvolunteers who will cheer and help direct the children.

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Isn’t this race cancelled? I couldn’t find it to register in 2018 and I can’t find it right now to register for 2019. I’m really confused. I was a legacy runner and I’m really upset that I can’t seem to find any official info about cancelling this race...
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Race Date: 04/07/2019 Distance: Half Marathon
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 1:15:18 Josiah Belzer 27 Dayton, OH
2nd Male 1:20:52 Pepe Rojas 35 Los Angeles, CA
3rd Male 1:22:57 Ryan Karnes 26 Santa Monica, CA
4th Male 1:23:15 Ryan Karnes 27 Westerham, KE
Female 1:23:00 Sheri Piers 46 Falmouth, ME
2nd Female 1:23:36 Ariane Hendrix 30 Ventura, CA
3rd Female 1:26:02 Kira Belzer 25 Dayton, OH
4th Female 1:29:14 Jennifer Falk 33 Marina Del Rey, CA
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 1:23:15 Stephen Aish 42 Westerham, KE
M 50-59 1:32:24 Rogelio Bautista Morales 51 Los Angeles, CA
M 60-69 1:38:30 Ed Drees 68 Paramount, CA
M 70+ 2:05:49 Charles Koppany 76 Alhambra, CA
F 40-49 1:23:00 Sheri Piers 46 Falmouth, ME
F 50-59 1:43:59 Joell Quirarte 59 Thousand Oaks, CA
F 60-69 2:06:57 Regina Fieschko 63 Pittsburgh, PA
F 70+ 2:40:20 Gail Jiles 72 Anaheim, CA
Hollywood Half Marathon

Long, straightaway stretches along both Hollywood Boulevard and the legendary Sunset Boulevard await the estimated 5,000 or so runners expected to hit the streets at the Hollywood Half Marathon, 10K and 5K, which makes its 7th annual running this year.

For much of the race, runners will quite literally be following the path of the Hollywood Walk of Fame, where more than 2,000 of the film industry’s most beloved actors, directors, writers and producers are immortalized along 15 blocks of Hollywood Boulevard and portions of Vine Street nearby.

In between the starting and finish lines, runners will head through the heart of the theme park and onto Universal Studios Boulevard, where they’ll cross over the bridge that spans the Hollywood Freeway (Highway 101) and turn right onto Cahuenga.

Once there, the course then heads south roughly parallel to the Hollywood Freeway, all the way down for the next three miles into Hollywood, where runners will make their next right onto Hollywood Boulevard.

It’s through here that runners will get the best views of the real downtown Hollywood, passing by theaters and shops on their way around Orange Grove Avenue and onto Sunset Boulevard. Once they’ve made the left turn onto Sunset, runners then head east for the next 3 1/2 miles, all the way to Normandie Avenue.

At Normandie, the course makes another left, and then turns again fairly quickly back onto Hollywood Boulevard, bringing runners through Hollywood & Vine and the stars along the Hollywood Walk of Fame before turning back onto Highland Avenue for the return route back toward the freeway.

Between about mile markers 3 through 10, the course is mostly flat and fast (and run on paved roads throughout); the race’s only hills occur at the start of the race, with the downhill stretch along Cahuenga Boulevard, and then again in the final couple of miles of the race as runners are making their way back north along Cahuenga toward the finish line.

Runners are welcome to run the race either in standard running gear or (even better) to dress up as their favorite celebrity. Following the race finish, limousine bus shuttles will be available to ferry runners to the post-race awards and medal ceremony, which will also feature a “red carpet” style awards.


Hollywood Blvd between Highland & Sycamore.

6801 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, United States


Vine Street between Hollywood Blvd & Sunset Blvd.

1615 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA, United States

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