Marathon 2014

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Salt Lake City Marathon 2014

Salt Lake City, Utah
Saturday, April 19, 2014

Salt Lake City Marathon

Runners of all ages and ability levels will enjoy crisp, cool running weather in April, in a setting that surrounds them with snow-capped peaks contrasting with spring blossoms, all along a flat and slightly downhill 26.2 mile course.

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Marathon Course

The Marathon, Half marathon, and Bike Tour all start at the Olympic Legacy Bridge at the University of Utah, the site of the 2002 Winter Olympic Athlete Village. The gentle course then skirts the base of the toweringWasatch Mountains, passes by cozy neighborhoods and elegant estates, and winds through Salt Lake’s legendary wide streets, into the city center. Here, the music will absolutely rock, the energy will surge, and crowds of enthusiastic spectators will cheer participants on! The Salt Lake City Marathon is certified and sanctioned through USATF, and is a qualifier for the Boston Marathon.

Finish Line and Festival

The finish line will be filled with spirit, music and celebration. The last mile of the course is a lively Celebration Station, filled with crowds of well-wishers and more energy than you thought possible! Live bands will be performing on the entertainment stages and there will be plenty of fun diversions for participants, their families and friends. Each marathon and half marathon participant will receive a finisher medallion at the conclusion of their run. Fun interactive exhibits for adults and children, as well as great food and great music will all be part of the festivities to help celebrate and cheer on the athletes.