Until Quantico 12K August 21st
Devil Dog Tandem
Devil Dog Tandem invites two- and four-legged runners to team up to accumulate mileage from July 1 to July 5. Run any or all of the five days of this challenge while uploading daily results. Registration is open.
Quantico 12K, 7.46 mile in-person or virtual run in August 2021. A perfect distance at the perfect time in MCM training. Earn a stunning medal and a specially designed participant shirt. Registration to participate in the virtual Quantico 12K will open on April 7, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. noon eastern.
Marine Corps Duathlon
It’s a 10K, split in half with a bike ride in the middle. The virtual Marine Corps Duathlon pushes participants to run a 5K, bike 20.4K, then finish another 5K. An endurance challenge that rewards finishers with an awesome bike shirt and impressive medal. Registration opens on April 7, 2021.
Rolling registration for “The People’s Marathon” is open. Registration for the virtual-only event is $55 for domestic participants and $80 for international. Runners must complete the 26.2 miles between October 1 through November 11. Runners earn the world-famous mock neck shirt, commemorative bib and Mission Accomplished finisher box. Finishers will earn the Eagle, Globe and Anchor medal.
Runners must complete the 6.2-mile distance between October 1 through November 11. Runners across the country and around the world can bring the spirit of the MCM10K to sidewalks, trails or favorite local routes. All runners receive a quarter zip top, commemorative bib, finisher medal and the Mission Accomplished finisher box.
Runners must complete the ultra-distance between October 1 through November 11. Runners earn the amazing 50K medal, mock neck shirt, commemorative bib, and Mission accomplished finisher box.
Announcing Live MCM Weekend for 2021
The Marine Corps Marathon Organization (MCMO) is excited to announce that the 2021 Marine Corps Marathon (MCM) Weekend will be held live and in-person this October 29 – 31 in Arlington, Virginia and the nation’s capital!
Meet Marine Corps Historic Half Iron Miler Kim Crisp
Meet Marine Corps Historic Half Iron Miler Jeffrey Noone
When the Marine Corps Historic Half opened up in 2008, I was definitely on board. I had long been interested in running every edition of a race, and this was my opportunity. So having ran the first year, I keep driving over to Fredericksburg every year. And as in every event, my favorite part of the course is the finish line.