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Free Jeff Galloway

The Run-Walk expert is going to share everything he knows about training for the MCM at a free workshop on Wednesday, May 3 at 6:30 p.m. in the nation’s capital, hosted by MedStar Sports Medicine, the proud Sports Medicine Partner of the MCM. The program will be held at the new MedStar Health Orthopedic and Sports Center at Lafayette Centre, Building 1, 1120 20th Street NW, Washington, DC 20036. Galloway will also host a clinic earlier in the day on May 3 at noon on Marine Corps Base Quantico at Little Hall. No advance registration required. No admission fee. It’s a great opportunity to hear from one of the most accomplished marathon training experts. Want to train for and run a marathon while avoiding injury? Then Jeff’s the guy.

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What is the Quantico 100?

​It's not 100 miles. It's not 100K. The distance is totally up to the runner. The Quantico 100 presented by GEICO Military is same day or day-prior Packet Pick-up, great hospitality, once-in-a-hundred-years experience, an evening run and, perhaps best of all, a free post-run concert featuring Group Captain and the Mandrakes. Registration is open now for the Quantico 100 at just $35 with a special $18 fee for Active Duty military. T

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​Like A Boss: Executive Challenge at MCM

The world-renowned Columbia Business School in New York City is introducing the Executive Challenge to this year’s MCM. High-power military and civilian leaders, who are registered to participate in the MCM, can compete against other CEOs, presidents, commissioned military officers, and other senior executives to earn bragging rights as the fastest executive.

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Run 1775, then Discover the Sites

Runners from 40 states are arriving in Prince William County, Virginia this weekend to participate in the Marine Corps 17.75K. While the event occurs in beautiful Prince William Forest Park, runners from near and far are encouraged to take advantage of the trip to Prince William & Manassas, VA to visit sites of major Civil War battles, picturesque historic towns, and numerous other attractions including the beautiful golf courses.

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Mission Statement Apparel

​During Lottery registration, the MCM and Brooks will unveil the 2017 Motivational Line of apparel, exclusively for MCM participants while training for “The People’s Marathon.” Purchasing a shirt during MCM registration isn’t just about obtaining a commemorative keepsake. The apparel item will announce a mission statement to everyone you run past that each training step brings you closer to the U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial finish line.

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Touching Base about 1775 with MLB Scout

Sentara profiles Chuck LaMar, who has enjoyed a celebrated career in Major League Baseball. In addition to scouting for several teams, LaMar was Assistant General Manager with both the Atlanta Braves and Philadelphia Phillies organizations during their World Series wins. On March 25, LaMar, father of a 2015 U.S. Naval Academy graduate, will participate in the Marine Corps 17.75K.

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The Kids are Alright

In February, the MCM recognized the grassroots efforts of two Arlington County schools that resulted in more than 600 students participating in the 2016 Kids Run. At the Arlington County School Board Meeting, MCM Director Rick Nealis presented MCM Kids Run medals to the Taylor Elementary School and Claremont Immersion School group coordinators.

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The Challenge Before the Challenge

Registration opens on Friday, February 17 at 11 a.m. for the 1775K. In 2016, registration sold out in minutes. So while getting into the event is a challenge, finishing it is an even bigger accomplishment. Really, every step of the way for these runners, all the way to the Marine Corps War Memorial at the 42nd MCM, offers feelings of success.

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Blog about Bling

The presentation of medals at the finish line of the Marine Corps Marathon has been considered by runners to be the most humbling and memorable moment of the entire experience. After crossing the finish line, runners receive deserving recognition from a member of the United States Marine Corps in the shadow of the US Marine Corps War Memorial. For an awesome moment like this, only an awesome medal will do.

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Registration Report

The up-to-the-date registration report from live on the scene at MCM World HQ. Here's a rundown of registration news from across the upcoming MCM event schedule featuring the Historic Half, Devil Dog Double, Marine Corps 1775K and Quantico 100.

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Four Star Bundles Access and Entries

Want to guarantee yourself an entry in the MCM? Looking to maximize the MCM Weekend experience? Seeking a hotel room right in the middle of the action? Hoping all your MCM morning transportation is handled? Starting on February 1, the 2017 MCM Four Star Registration Package will offer a stellar bundle of benefits to gain immediate and exclusive access to the 42nd MCM.

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Oh Say Can You Sing

Whether you are a runner who sings or a singer who runs or a just a singer who supports the Marines, share your talents as a National Anthem singer at an upcoming MCM event.

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Get the Digi Camo Training Shirt

This moisture wicking, chase-down-your-dreams shirt is high performance, bold style and just four ounces. The design features original Historic Half artwork, a motivational mantra and the Half logo. ​

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Introducing the Quantico 100

During the evening of April 29, the Quantico 100 will challenge runners to log as many miles as possible in a 100-minute window. Wind 'em up. Let 'em go. The three-mile loop course will begin at historic Butler Stadium and end with a fun, free concert.

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Double the Challenge

Remember the exhilarating feeling of riding a roller coaster, rolling to a stop and being overtaken by excitement to do it all over again. That, dear runners, is the essence of the Devil Dog Double. The Marine Corps Historic Half to be held in Fredericksburg, Virginia on May 21, 2017 boasts the most infamous on-course ascension of any half marathon. It even has its own name--Hospital Hill.

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