ST. LOUIS, MO — The Macklind Marathon began in 2020 during the COVID-19 as a way to motivate runners, walkers and those who needed an outlet for exercise during the stay-at-home order.
This year, the Macklind Marathon will return to St. Louis' streets on June 26. The staff is committed to providing quality events while following the health and safety guidelines set by the City of St. Louis.
Aside from that, The Dog Mile is also set to return this year. For years, dogs have been welcome to participate in the recreational wave, and now they have a race all their own! Sign up now for the Macklind Dog Mile and prove who has the fastest four furry legs in town.
To learn more about the requirements for The Dog Mile, visit https://macklindmile.com/dog-mile/.
The marathon will start at 5352 Devonshire Ave, St. Louis, with packet pickup as follows:
June 24 – Big River West County, 3 PM – 6 PM
June 25 – Big River South City, 10 AM – 6 PM
Race Morning Packet Pickup will be available at the Start Line beginning at 6:30 AM.
$27 – Until April 30
$30 – May 1 – 31
$33 – June 1 – 19
$35 – June 20 – Race Day
Includes Macklind Shirt, Medal, and Online Result through Athlinks.
Dog Mile Registration Costs
$32 – Until April 30
$35 – May 1 – 31
$38 – June 1 – 19
$40 – June 20 – Race Day
Includes Macklind Shirt, Medal, Dog Tag, and Online Results through Athlinks.
All registrations will require a small service fee, including sales tax.
Visit https://runsignup.com/macklindmile to register.
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