Sunday October 4th, 2020
Distance: Marathon · Half Marathon
Portland is the unrivaled leader of the running world. It is the birthplace of the American distance running movement. It is home to several of the world's largest brands in the active lifestyle industry as well as the most talented athletes in the sport. People get running here.
Businesses, schools, non-profits, and kids get excited about it. Add that local enthusiasm for the sport to the intrigue and allure of Portland culture and you have a recipe for an unbelievably unique and nationally embraced race. With proper guidance, the Portland Marathon will make its way onto the bucket list of every runner in the world.
Brooksee is dedicated to raising the Portland Marathon to the national stage while showcasing the uniqueness of Portland and reinvesting back into the local community.
Brooksee is working with the City and other stakeholders to create a route that is worthy of a world-class marathon while balancing the immediacy of creating and producing a new event in just eight months.
Registration will open as soon as these details are finalized. Rest assured, however, that the long term goal is to create a world-class event and course that showcases the city appropriately even if it cannot all be accomplished in the first year.
|2nd Male||2:46:04||Kunitaka Imaizumi||21||Portland|
|3rd Male||2:49:49||Daniel Lenski||37||Portland|
|4th Male||2:52:24||Duncan Marsden||45||Banff, CAN|
|2nd Female||2:53:19||Megan Youngren||28||Portland|
|3rd Female||2:56:07||Ashley Sondag||23||Provo|
|4th Female||2:58:26||Kellie Houser||28||Portland|
|M 40-49||2:52:24||Duncan Marsden||45||Banff, CAN|
|M 50-59||2:56:16||John Clifford||57||Portland|
|M 60-69||3:22:28||Rick Ralston||60||Portland|
|F 40-49||3:18:12||Rachael Blair||42||Portland|
|F 50-59||3:42:50||Diane Lechner||50||Portland|
|F 60-69||3:51:08||Nancy Bristow||61||Portland|
This was the 2018 course. There might be changes for 2019 and beyond.