Michelob Ultra El Paso Marathon, TFCU Half Marathon & 5K Run/Walk

10K, 1 Mile, Other

Event Date

Sat, Feb 13, 2021

Address

El Paso, TX

Pricing

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Michelob Ultra El Paso Marathon

$75 $95 Register

TFCU Half Marathon

$60 $70 Register

5K Run/Walk

$30 $35 Register

Crave Kid's Dash

$10 $10 Register

About This Activity

Celebrating its 15th year , the Michelob Ultra El Paso Marathon, TFCU half marathon, 5K and Crave Kids Dash offers something for runners of all experience levels.

All marathon, half marathon and 5K finishers will receive a finisher's medal!


The New Proposed Marathon route will start in San Elizario, TX at San Elizario High School. Half Marathon and 5K will start and finish at Southwest University Park.  The Kids Dash will take place on Expo Day, Saturday, February 15th at the corner of San Antonio & Leon St. next to the El Paso Convention Center.

Race numbers and timing chips must be picked up at the VISIT EL PASO Health & Fitness Expo at the El Paso Convention Center from 9 a.m. to 6:00 p.m, Saturday, February 13, 2021; they cannot be mailed and will not be available for pick-up on race day. You must pick up your own race number and timing chip. NO Exceptions can be made. You will be required to present your ID and copy of your email confirmation at packet pick up.
You’ll need to show your race number to pick up your T-shirt and goodie bag.
If you do not wear your computer chip on race day you will not be timed.
PARKING OPTIONS
For parking options follow this link
PARKING


T -SHIRT SIZES NOT GUARANTEED AFTER 12/01/2020
PLEASE SELECT GENDER SIZE DESIRED. SIZE SWAP AT EXPO LIMITED TO AVAILABILITY.

PETS
Due to safety concerns pets are not allowed to accompany runners in any of the races.

COURSE TIME LIMIT
A 6 HOUR TIME LIMIT WILL BE IN FORCE FOR THE MARATHON COURSE. Runners and Joggers are welcomed to participate in the Marathon Race. Although the marathon race is mainly put on for racers, we applaud all those who set out to complete the marathon distance, regardless of the pace. The race is permitted through the city of El Paso and we use officers from the El Paso Police Department to monitor traffic along the route to keep the runners safe. Our City of El Paso Permit requires us to reopen the public streets we run on to vehicular traffic after a certain time period, and thus the need for a time limit. Anyone at not at the 20 mile mark by 11:30 a.m. will be picked up and taken to the finish line.

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