Oklahoma City Marathon
The Memorial Marathon has grown from 5,000 participants during the inaugural race in 2001 to an all time high of 24,750 runners this year including ten runners who finished the Boston Marathon in Oklahoma City. Since its start, the Memorial Marathon has contributed more than five million dollars to the Memorial & Museum.
The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum is the sole beneficiary of the event proceeds of the Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon. The Memorial is a private non-profit organization and does not receive any annual operating funds from local, state or federal governments.
Hotels Near The Marathon
Check our › list of hotels near the marathon, to make your trip as comfortable as possible. Stay at a good hotel to be fit at the starting line, and recover after the marathon!
Marathons in 2015
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The Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon is run on a challenging but fun course that takes participants through some of the most beautiful parts of Oklahoma City. The course is gently rolling with no hard hills. There is approximately 149 feet of elevation change on the course, and you get to do it several times!
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