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All American Marathon

Quick facts

Distance Marathon

Date 29 Mar 2020

About All American Marathon

A visit to the communities of Cumberland County will make you proud to be an American. There’s a patriotic spirit running through Fayetteville, Spring Lake, Hope Mills and the other Cumberland County municipalities that unites everyone who lives here, as well as those just passing through. Here, we hold fast to the friendly feel of a true hometown, while providing the cultural and entertainment amenities of bigger cities. We are the nation’s first Military Sanctuary Community, and we’re proud of our military and its rich role in our nation’s history.

With that being said, the All American Marathon and Mike to Mike Half Marathon is the place to be!!

Distances

All American 5K

  • 5km

Mike to Mike Half Marathon

  • 21.097km

All American Marathon

  • 42.195km

Practicalities

Award Medals

All runners who complete the race within the time limits will receive a finishers medal. Top 3 males, Top 3 females, Top 3 wheel chair athletes, Age Groups Awards: 18-20, 21-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-70, 80+

Maximum Time

7 hour time limit for marathon and 4 hour for half marathon.

Parking

Ample parking is available in Downtown Fayetteville, and on Fort Bragg.

Transport

The race starts at one point (Downtown Fayetteville), and ends at a different point (Fort Bragg). Post-race shuttle service is provided for runners only.

All American Marathon Route Map

All American Marathon Route Map

Start:

Festival Park

Fayetteville,us

Finish:

Main Post Parade Field

Fayetteville,us

Overview

The All-American Marathon will start in downtown Fayetteville, NC, at Festival Park. Racers will run up Ray Ave. to Hay St., where they will run through the heart of historic downtown Fayetteville, past the Market House. The route will then take runners up past Veterans Parks, and the Airborne and Special Operations Museum, which is home to the historic Iron Mike Statue. Runners will continue running up Morganton Rd. through the Historic Haymount District of Fayetteville, traveling rolling hills until reaching the All-American Expy.

After running on the All-American Expy. for about 4 miles, racers will enter the Fort Bragg Installation on Gruber Rd. The race course will then lead runners past the home of the 82nd Airborne Division and past Pope Army Airfield. Marathoners will finish their course with scenic views of FORSCOM Headquarters and past Fort Bragg’s Iron Mike statue, finishing at the Main Post Parade Field.

The Mike-to-Mike Half Marathon will start in downtown Fayetteville, NC, at Festival Park. Racers will run up Ray Ave. to Hay St., where they will run through the heart of historic downtown Fayetteville, past the Market House. The route will then take runners up past Veterans Parks, and the Airborne and Special Operations Museum, which is home to the historic Iron Mike Statue. Runners will continue running up Morganton Rd. through the Historic Haymount District of Fayetteville, traveling rolling hills until reaching the All-American Expy. Runners will run approximately 2 miles on Fort Bragg, via the All-American Expy., and will exit the All-American Expy. onto Normandy Dr. and run to finish the race at the Main Post Parade Field, with scenic views of Fort Bragg’s replica Iron Mike Statue.

The race information has been found on the official website of the event or through publicly available sources. Always refer to the official website the latest race information. Please let us know if any data is wrong or missing, by emailing us.