Event Details (The 2013 Marathon Relay has officially sold out at 600 teams)
Date: April 7, 2013
Time: 7:00 AM
Location: Downtown St. Louis
Relay teams are comprised of four members, running or walking approximately six miles each, to complete a full 26.2 marathon. The first team member will run approximately 6 miles, second member 7.5 miles, third member 7 miles and the final team member will run 6 miles. The race offers an opportunity for family, friends, co-workers and organizations to join together to compete as one. Marathon Relay divisions include: women, men, co-ed corporate and co-ed family & friends and the Battle of the Badges competition between area police and firefighters.
The marathon relay race is also a great way for newcomers to endurance competition to get started, while enjoying the team aspect. Participants who have completed their relay leg of the course, all join the final team member near the finish line so they can cross the line together.
2013 Marathon Relay Information/Exchange Locations
Archived All-Time Results
HISTORY OF WINNERS & EVENT RECORDS
10K Training Schedule
If you are looking for a fun and rewarding experience, consider joining the more than 2,500 volunteers who help make GO! events and programs a success. The GO! St. Louis Family Fitness Weekend requires the majority of our volunteer needs, but as a not-for-profit organization, we have additional opportunities for anyone looking to donate their time. Click here to learn more about becoming a volunteer.
The 2013 official race merchandise from Brooks, including jackets, shorts, hats, race wear, t-shirts and lots of other great looking gear will be available online, at one of the St. Louis area three Big River Running stores or at the Health & Fitness Expo. Please note: 2013 Official Race apparel will be introduced in December 2012.
Drury Hotels is the Official Hotel Partner of GO! St. Louis and offer preferred participant discount rates. To reserve a room or get additional hotel info visit https://wwws.druryhotels.com/content/gostlouis.aspx
After You Arrive in St. Louis
The St. Louis metro region is very easy to navigate. If you are arriving by air, you might want to consider taking the Metrolink, which is low cost, has stops near many of the host hotels and is green friendly. For a complete Metrolink schedule, visit www.metrostlouis.org
For those people traveling by car, the airport is approximately 20 minutes from downtown St. Louis. For more information on travel routes and possible street closures, visit www.modot.org/StLouis
Things To Do in St. Louis
St. Louis offers a wide range of cultural and social activities for visitors to enjoy. To check out what’s happening during race weekend, visit www.explorestlouis.com