Runners were glued to their laptops for a long awaited appointment with the new MCM website to sign up for the in-demand, run-to-register event known as the Marine Corps 17.75K. Unofficially, runners from more than 30 states captured all entries to the Marine Corps 17.75K in less than eight minutes. Registered participants who complete the 17.75K, held in Prince William County, VA, on Saturday, April 2, will receive ‘Access Granted’ into the 41st MCM on Oct. 30.
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In 2024, runners can now register for all five event weekends at one time with the 2024 Distinguished Participant bundle. Take on the Marine Corps 17.75K, Marine Corps Historic Half, Quantico 12K, one of the MCM Weekend events (MCM10K, MCM or MCM50K) and the Turkey Trot and earn a special medal! The Distinguished Participant bundle […]
In 2024, the Semper Fidelis Challenge will once again encapsulate the Marine Corps Marathon Organization’s three premiere events and bring them together in an exciting new way. The Semper Fidelis Challenge will now be available as a bundle! This bundle will go on sale November 17 for Active and Reservist military and November 18 for […]
On Sunday, October 29, 2023, Marine Corps Marathon Weekend runners were faced with unseasonably warmer conditions leading to a rapid increase in medical support. During the event, it was advised by our local Emergency Medical Service partners and the MCMO medical team to implement two gauntlets earlier than planned for the health and safety of […]