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GO! St. Louis announced today that due to flooding conditions on Leonor K. Sullivan Boulevard under the Arch, which was to serve as the scenic backdrop for GO! St. Louis' April 7 Marathon, the finish line site is moving to Market and 14thStreet, just west of Soldier’s Memorial.
In addition to the revised finish line area, race organizers were required to make some additional course modifications along the route. The modified route affects Marathon, Half Marathon, Marathon Relay, and 10K participants.
“With the street currently closed due to flooding, the uncertain potential for more rain, and the safety of our participants, it was necessary to make some adjustments to the course, finish line and post-race activities location, said Mona Vespa, GO! St. Louis President. Overall, even with these adjustments we were able to maintain the integrity of the course, which showcases our great city and beautiful Forest Park.
In the coming days we will continue to work with local officials to ensure a safe and successful event for our participants next weekend, and look forward to welcoming runners to our race.”
The GO! St. Louis Marathon & Family Fitness attracts more than 10,000 participants and thousands of additional spectators to the St. Louis region each April, and has become one of the premier fitness events in the Midwest.(03/28/2019) Views: 2,417 ⚡AMP
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