17.75K

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

330 Days

Until Event Day March 24th

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.

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Mission Critical

Event info

The 17.75K course will tour the fragrant woods and trickling streams of Prince William Forest Park that have hosted generations of campers, hikers, bikers and nature lovers for 80 years.

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17.75K Results

Official timing results for the 11.03 mile run through Prince William Forest Park.

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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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