Rockin' Marathon Relay
Team up with some friends and take on a marathon! The Rockin' Marathon Relay offers the opportunity to gather a team to conquer a full marathon, all the while enjoying music and a fun party atmosphere at the relay exchange zone! Without a doubt, this will the most fun you'll ever have running a marathon!
Here's how Rockin' Marathon Relay works: every course is set up as a loop of only 1.2 - 2.2 miles, so it's all contained in a small area (not like your typical marathon that can spread across an entire city). You and your friends create a team of 2, 3, or 4 members and then you alternate relay laps (one time around the small loop course) until the full marathon distance is completed. While one team member is out taking their turn on a lap around the course, the rest of the team is having a good time at the relay exchange zone. The exchange zone is one big party - enjoy music, food, and socialize with teammates and competitors alike - but be ready for when you next take the hand-off for your team!
For those of you who are bold enough to try the full marathon on a loop course alone, you can run the Rockin' Marathon Relay solo!
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Event Details and Schedule
Address: Belle Isle Park
September 13, 2014
6:30am – Race-Day Registration and Packet Pick-Up
7:30am – Registration and Packet Pick-Up Closes
8:00am – Race Start
1:30pm - Course Closes
We have a new course for this one year due to mix ups with the park switching from city to state control. We will be on the north end of Belle Isle. The course will be a 1.37 mile loop that will be completed 19 times (exact measurements will determine slight changes in the first lap distance.) See map for details: