Wind through downtown and along Lake Washington on a 26.2 mile or 13.1-mile course that’s timed with ChronoTrack tag technology
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Choose Between Two Options
- $110 for one entry in the Amica Insurance Seattle Half-Marathon for one ($125 value)
- $141 for one entry in the Amica Insurance Seattle Marathon ($155 value)
The full and half-marathon events take place on Sunday, November 27. For the full marathon, 2016 is the last year racers will dash across the I-90 floating bridge. Marathon walkers begin at 7:15 a.m., while runners start at 8:15 a.m. Those walking the half marathon begin at 7:45 a.m., while those running start at 7:30 a.m.
The course winds through downtown, along Lake Washington, and through the Arboretum. Water and aid stations will be available approximately every two miles. All participants receive complimentary long-sleeved shirts and goody bags.
About Seattle Marathon Association
In 1970, a group of friends from the University of Washington decided to hold their own running event: 38 of them participated, and 31 completed the full 26.2 miles that compose a marathon. It was a humble genesis for the Seattle Marathon, which has steadily grown into one of the largest and longest- running marathon events in the Pacific Northwest. In fact, in 2019, thousands of participants will descend upon the Emerald City from all 50 states and even from beyond American borders to celebrate the 50th anniversary race.
The Seattle Marathon Association (SMA) nurtures the event's year-to-year success. Governed by a board of directors, this non-profit organization strives to hold the best race possible—for the runners, sure, but also for the sponsors and local economy. That's part of the reason why each event's course—be it the full marathon or the August 10K—takes into account space for spectators, who can watch the race at several viewing posts in case they can't manage to sling a saddle over the back of a transport bird.