The St. Jude Memphis Marathon Weekend is more than just a race. It's an action-packed weekend of fun, food and entertainment! Start and finish lines two blocks apart and near a dozen Downtown hotels, lots of restaurants, and Beale Street, the Memphis entertainment district. Dynamic finish in AAA baseball stadium, with use of locker rooms and shower facilities. Wave start, twenty-four aid stations (located at the 1.5 mile mark then at every mile from miles 3 through 25) and clocks at every mile.
|2nd Male||02:37:42||Joseph Relyea|
|3rd Male||02:43:46||Will Myhan|
|4th Male||02:43:50.||Michael England|
|2nd Female||03:02:16||Annifer Flores|
|3rd Female||03:05:16||Kirsten Scheel|
|4th Female||03:07:42||Katie Prevost|
The marathon follows a scenic Boston-qualifying course through the city of Memphis. Near mile 5, the course passes through the St. Jude campus, where patients, their families and other onlookers gather to cheer. Runners will also pass through Overton Park, Overton Square, scenic neighborhoods and several Memphis historic areas before finishing in front of a crowd in AutoZone Park.
The start and finish lines are two blocks apart, located near a dozen downtown hotels, plenty of restaurants and historic Beale Street. There are24 hydration stations. The first is located at the 1.5-mile mark, followed by one every mile from 3 through 25, all with fluids and portalets. Spirit stations are throughout the course, featuring Memphis music and other entertainment