The Louisiana Marathon is so much more than a run, we are a culturally rich festival that celebrates both running and the unique and festive culture that defines us. As a multi-race format there’s a race for everyone: marathon (26.2 miles), half marathon (13.1 miles), quarter marathon (6.55 miles), 5K (3.1 miles) and a kids marathon (1 mile).
A Baton Rouge Mardi Gras tradition that includes a 15K, 10K and 1 mile fun run followed by a fun post-race celebration featuring live music, king cake and beer.
Skway 10K provides runners the opportunity to run across the iconic Sunshine Skyway Bridge in St. Petersburg, Florida which spans three Florida counties and provides a breathtaking setting for this 6.2-mile course.
A great family event that helps bring awareness to the Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital. The event offers a half marathon, 5K, 1 mile walk/run and a kids mini marathon.
The longest distance running race on the downtown roads of Tuscaloosa, AL. See Bryant Denny Stadium and other iconic places as you run through the University of Alabama. This event offers a half marathon and a 5K run.
A 5K run/walk that has celebrated the majestic views provided by a historic bridge established in 1935 and revised in 2013 with an incredible widening project.
A triathlon tradition that takes place in Grande Hill Estates each May. With a 1000 yard swim (400 yard option), 18 mile bike and 4 mile run, it is a great early season race.
A summer sprint distance triathlon in the beautiful Indian Creek State Recreational Park in Woodworth. With an 800 meter swim (400 meter option), 20 mile bike ride and 3.1 mile run, it is certainly one of the best sprint distance triathlons in Louisiana.
The Northshore Half Marathon and 10 miler feature idyllic Louisiana scenery, starting and finishing under the mammoth moss covered oaks, winding through spectator-lined historic homes of Old Mandeville, along sparkling Lakeshore Drive and down the Tammany Trace as the sun rises over the crowd of runners.
A Baton Rouge Thanksgiving tradition – one that serves the community by keeping them active and fit through racing and by partnering with the March of Dimes as a fund-raiser to help their organization both financially and by spreading the word about the work they do.
The 3rd Annual Our Lady of the Lake Tammany Turkey Trot takes #EarnYourStuffing this Thanksgiving by running a 5K, 5 mile or the 1 mile gobble jog on Thanksgiving morning. This race partners with the Northshore Food Bank and helps stock the shelves for the holiday season.
A 5k, 10K + Kids Mile that finishes on the 50 year line of Tiger Stadium. Participants will be able to touch the WIN bar as they cross the finish line, making their mark on that hallowed ground that has witnessed so many legendary moments in LSU football.
A Coastal Running Fest that features a kids 1 mile race, a 5K, a half and full marathon that showcases the local coastal culture with a beautiful beach side run. The half and full marathons are point to point runs along the coast and finish inside Shuckers Stadium.