Quantico 12K

The Quantico 12K offers run-only options of 7.46 miles and one-mile on the same day as the Quantico Tri. Hosted in the unique setting of Officer Candidates School, the 12K and Mile finish alongside the famed OCS PT field. Preparation begins here for Marines, as well as many runners training for the MCM. The mile run is a new event in 2019.

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Until Event Day August 24th

Gotta Run Quantico 12K

Alongside the Quantico Tri in August, the MCM hosts the Quantico 12K and mile. The 12K run is a perfect distance at the perfect time in MCM training. Participants enjoy a 7.46 mile run on paved and gravel roadways finishing alongside the triathletes at a shared finish adjacent to the OCS PT Fields. Earn an originally designed medal for completing this hard corps run. The mile run starts and finishes with the 12K and offers an opportunity for runners of all ages to run with the Marines.

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Event Info

Hosted at Officer Candidates School, the Quantico 12K is a 7.46 mile run, held in conjunction with the Quantico Tri. The part-gravel, part-paved course finishes adjacent to the famed OCS PT Fields. There's also a one mile run.

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Quantico 12K Results

Registration for the Quantico 12K and mile is open now.

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The Rundown Event Details

Packet Pick-up

Participants must show the E-card at Packet Pick-up either printed out or displayed on phone to obtain the bib and official participant shirt.

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Course Map

The 7.46 mile run will send participants on the streets and gravel roadways around Officer Candidates School aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico.

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