John McDonnell Outdoor Track Stadium.
Runners start the half marathon — as well as the other races in the event — on the University of Arkansas campus along Meadow Street.
The first loop, which lasts for just over 8 1/2 miles, takes runners from the starting line down to the southern end of campus along Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, and then back northward again into campus along Stadium Drive.
The course leaves the paved city streets and heads onto the trail along the creek that runs through the city, which runners follow south all the way back down to Maple Street, crossing North Street along the way.
It’s this portion of the loop that runners will run a second time once they make their way around Gregg Avenue, Dickson Street and Maple once again and run through the heart of the university campus. This stretch features some of the city’s — and the university’s — most notable buildings and schools, and don’t worry — if you miss any of them, you’ll get a chance to see them again on the second loop.
Once runners make their way back up along Garland to Maple Street, they start the second of the race’s two loops, which take them back north along Garland up to Hickory Street and Sycamore, and then along the trail system again southward to campus, and then back through the heart of the university campus once again.
Runners finish the race at the John McDonnell Outdoor Track Complex, where they head onto the running track and make a loop around to cross the finish line.
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