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The Cowtown Marathon 2013 Event
Fort Worth, TX
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Volunteers that are volunteers as Course Monitors or serving beer must be 18 years of age or older.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Volunteers may park in Farrington Field for free, at UNT Health Science Center on Saturday and Sunday for free, or volunteers may park at Will Rogers Memorial Center. Will Rogers Memorial Center does charge for parking.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 817-207-0224 for more information about The Cowtown.
Will Rogers Memorial Center
3401 W Lancaster Ave
The Cowtown Marathon
The 35th Annual Cowtown Marathon will take place the weekend of February 22nd thru February 24th. The event includes an Ultra Marathon, Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K, Adults 5K and the Cook Children's 5K Run. All courses tour through the most scenic and historic streets of Fort Worth, Texas - lined with spectators, water stops, entertainment. The Cowtown is the 2nd largest mutli event race in the state of Texas and in 2011 Running USA named The Cowtown's Kids 5K Run the top youth running event in the nation. Runners can register at www.cowtownmarathon.org
The expo takes place at Will Rogers Memorial Center starting on Friday, February 22nd at 11:00am thru 7:00pm and on Saturday, February 23rd from 6:00am to 5pm.
The 10K, Adults 5K and Cook Children's 5K takes place on Saturday, February 23rd.
The Ultra Marathon, Marathon and Half Marathon take place on Sunday, February 24th.
Without volunteers The Cowtown would not take place, the volunteers are the backbone of our event. In 2012, over 4,000 volunteers helped to produce this great event. We hope you can join us as we prepare for the 35th running of The Cowtown!The cowtown is presented by Chase, HCA North Texas, MillerCoors, NBC 5, Radio Shack, The Center for Cancer & Blood Disorders, The Star Telegram and UNT Health Science Center