Date and Time:
December 3, 2016 | Saturday | 7:00 a.m. CST (sharp)
Two simultaneous races: Full Marathon & Half Marathon
The course is a certified Boston Marathon qualifier. It is a flat and fast, double-loop course. It starts and ends at the Baton Rouge Beach and passes through the LSU campus, around the LSU lakes, and alongside waterfront estates.
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Milford Wampold Memorial Park | a/k/a Baton Rouge Beach
901 Stanford Ave. | Baton Rouge, LA 70808 | Near LSU campus
DATE: Friday, 12/02/16| TIME: 11:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M
WHERE: Crowne Plaza, www.crownebaton.com
RACE DAY REGISTRATION: 5:45 a.m. on race day
COURSE AMENITIES: Water, replacement drinks, and assorted fruits are available throughout the course.
TECH T-SHIRTS: All registrants will receive a free tech t-shirt.
SOCKS: All full marathon runners receive a pair of Running Chicken Track Club socks.
PRE-RACE and POST-RACE FOOD!! All of our runners have an eating problem because our chefs will meet you at packet pick-up and will follow you to the finish line. Expect piles of jambalaya, gumbo, pizza, salad, and all things Louisiana yum. If the chef is feeling frisky, expect alligator sauce piquant!
Medals are awarded for all race finishers.
Awards will given to:
- Overall winners in full marathon & half marathon
- Age group awards in full marathon & half marathon
Award ceremonies start at approximately:
- Full Marathon: 11:00 a.m.
- Half Marathon: 09:45 a.m.
Parking at the Baton Rouge Beach is extremely limited, and we request that participants refrain from parking in the yards of residents next to or near the course route. We encourage taking advantage of our park and shuttle services.
For those who do not prefer the shuttle, they can park at the Trinity Episcopal Church (Stanford and Morning Glory ) or the LSU campus and walk to the starting line. | View Map
Official Race Charities:
All funding goes to the official race charities of the Cancer Services and the YMCA.
Please join us in our proud support of these organizations that offer so much to the community and the persons that they serve.
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