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Lincoln Marathon

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Data 03 mag 2020

Informazioni Lincoln Marathon

Since 1978, the city of Lincoln has held the Lincoln Marathon. Organized by the Lincoln Track Club, marathon weekend has grown to include thousands of runners, volunteers, sponsors and spectators which make this one of the premiere events in the capitol city. This marathon which has grown from a few hundred participants to over 12,500 in 2014.

Some of the “little things” that make our event special include aid stations with lids and straws; neighborhoods that actively participate by serving water, gummie bears and jelly beans; local bands placed on the course to add motivation; and finishing on the 50-yard line of Memorial Stadium. The Lincoln National Guard Marathon and Half Marathon is also one of the largest events in the nation put on completely by volunteers – not a single person is paid to organize this event. Those on the Marathon Committee volunteer hundreds of hours to make sure this event is one of the best in the nation.

We hope you will be able to experience the Lincoln marathon weekend as either a participant, volunteer or spectator.

The Lincoln Track Club, Inc. was established in 1975 by an eager group of track enthusiasts. Although our title contains the reference to track, we have become a distance oriented club.  In essence, our club is a non-profit community service organization, established to promote running throughout this area and provide educational assistance for its runners.

The Lincoln Track Club is not just about running, its also about volunteering and giving back to the community.

The Lincoln National Guard Full Marathon has been selected as a RRCA – Marathon State Championship Event. Both courses have been nationally certified by and according to the standards adopted by the USA Track & Field / Road Runners of America Committee on Certification. Certificates: Marathon=NE10010KU; Half-Marathon=NE10009KU. Marathon times are acceptable for qualifying in the Boston Marathon. Qualifying times (Net Times) will be automatically forwarded to Boston for entry verification.


Lincoln Half Marathon

  • 21,097km

Lincoln Marathon

  • 42,195km

Mayor's Run

  • 0,001km

14th, North of Vine in front of Mable Lee Hall (UNL Campus)



Memorial Stadium



The Lincoln National Guard Marathon and Half-Marathon is run on a citywide course that starts and finishes on the campus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Runners in both races share a common start and run a loop route past the Nebraska State Capitol, along Sheridan Boulevard, past Union College, along the Highway 2 bike path, past the Lincoln County-City Building and back to the Half-Marathon finish on the UNL Campus. Marathoners then follow an out-and-back route to Holmes Park passing the Sunken Gardens, Folsom Children’s Zoo and Antelope Park.


Both races Start on 14th, North of Vine in front of Mable Lee Hall on the UNL Campus. Run South on 14th. Then East on Vine to 16th Street. South on 16th to South Street, east on South until Sheridan Blvd. Sheridan eventually merges with Calvert, turn south off of Calvert onto 48th. Turn west off 48th Street and on to Hwy 2 bike path. Bike path to 20th, north on 20th past Van Dorn thru park to Harrison, west on Harrison to 10th. North on 10th to Salt Creek Roadway. At Stadium Drive, the Half Marathoners will split off from the Full Marathoners. Full marathon runners will Continue NE on Salt Creek Roadway to 14th Street, get on bike path which continues NE, go under underpass then across bridge and take an immediate right turn to head SE down the Antelope Valley Trail. Follow trail to Capitol Parkway, east on Capitol Parkway (name changes to Normal Blvd once past 27th St) to 70th Street at Holmes Lake. South on 70th, then east into the park to turnaround. Retracing route from turnaround back to Stadium Drive. Turn and go south onto Stadium Drive to the southwest entrance (Gate 3) of Memorial Stadium. Enter Memorial Stadium through Gate 3, and proceed to the finish at center of the football field.

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