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Louisiana Marathon

Sunday January 20th, 2019
Baton Rouge, LA
Distance: Marathon · Half Marathon · 5K · Quarter Marathon · Kids Race

Welcome to the 2018 Louisiana Marathon Running Festival. Rendezvous with runners from 50 states and over 30 countries who share a passion for Louisiana as they race our fast, flat and festive courses. Stick around for the best Finish Fest on the bayou and enjoy tastes of gumbo, jambalaya, étouffée, duck confit and couch du lait (to name a few dishes offered) while dancing and laughing to local jazz-funk-zydeco-country-blues live performances.

The Louisiana Marathon was established in 2012 to be a major racing event on the winter road racing calendar and running festival celebrating the passion for the sport combined with the Louisiana culture.

Friends, family and curious spectators line up along the 26.2 picturesque miles of roadways filled with inspiring sights and sounds to cheer on the many that chose to run. The Louisiana Marathon course takes runners from downtown, along the river, through the University Lakes, the Louisiana State University campus, and through historic rivertown neighborhoods.

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Race Date: 01/14/2018 Distance: Marathon
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 2:36:31 Ryan Schafbuch 29 Lafayette, IN
2nd Male 2:41:45 John Hitter 35 Biloxi, MS
3rd Male 2:41:58 Ryan Barrow 29 Lexington, KY
4th Male 2:44:44 Adam Lazrus 27 Silver Spring, MD
Female 3:00:02 Andrea Linck 29 Baton Rouge, LA
2nd Female 3:05:07 Amy Natalini 35 Barksdale Afb, LA
3rd Female 3:08:32 Beth Dollas 40 Atkinson, NH
4th Female 3:11:27 Jessica Jones 31 Lafayette, IN
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 3:00:36 Froylan Franco 49 Pilot Point, TX
F 40-49 3:29:37 Jennifer Forkenbrock 41 Lawrence, KS
F 50-59 3:35:37 Anne Rudd 50 Auckland, NZL
Louisiana Marathon

DEJA VU AWARD

Runners who finish the Quarter Marathon or 5K on Saturday AND finish the Marathon or Half Marathon on Sunday, receive the coveted Déjà Vu Award.

The 10-inch “crawfish tray” is common dinnerware in many Louisiana seafood restaurants, bearing the fruits of the Gulf Coast, but at the Louisiana Marathon, it is also the symbol of dedication, preparation, commitment and endurance. It’s a trophy that few earn.

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