17.75K

The 17.75K distance commemorates the year the Marine Corps was established and offers guaranteed access to the 42nd MCM.

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Until Event Day March 25th

For the Corps By the Corps

The 17.75K is a uniquely Marine event. The distance reflects the year the Corps was established. The setting is Prince William Forest Park with finishers emerging from the among the trees emulating the Marines at the Battle of Belleau Wood. The men and women who cross the finish earn access to the Marine Corps Marathon. Registration for the 2017 event is sold out.

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Mission Critical

Confirm 17.75K Entry

Confirm you're registered to run the Marine Corps 17.75K!

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Schedule

Remain mission focused and keep track of important dates and times for the Marine Corps 17.75K!

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Devotion to Readiness Executing Orders

Awards

All awards will be presented immediately at the event, near the finish line. The 17.75K overall winners- the top three male and female finishers, masters and age-award winners. If you believe you have won an age award at the event, please stay to receive your award.

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Hotel

Minutes away from Marine Corps Base Quantico and 17.75K course, the Holiday Inn Quantico Center is dedicated to help make runners' stay unforgettable.

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Packet Pick-up

Runners must show the E-card at Packet Pick-up either printed out or displayed on phone.

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Pictures

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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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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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