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Myrtle Beach Marathon

Quick facts

Distance Marathon

Date 06 Mar 2021

About Myrtle Beach Marathon

The Myrtle Beach Marathon has become more than a race, it is truly a weekend of festivities With a fast course that wraps its way along the awe-inspiring Atlantic Ocean, you’ll wind your way through the famous Million Dollar Mile! This is a perfect course for your friends and family to get involved. Cascading for 60 miles along the majestic Atlantic Ocean, the Grand Strand attracts over 14 million visitors per year and was voted “World’s Best Beach” by Yahoo! Travel.

It’s fast, it’s flat and it’s the biggest fitness event of the year on the Grand Strand!

The lack of any real hills and the beautiful scenery of Ocean Boulevard have remained staples of what makes the Myrtle Beach Marathon such a fun, fast trip.

The Myrtle Beach Marathon has a fast, flat ocean course famous for new Personal Records and qualifying times for races like the Boston Marathon.



  • 42.195km

Half Marathon

  • 21.097km


  • 5km

Broadway at the Beach

Myrtle Beach,us

Finish: Field at Pelican's Ballpark

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Starting out near Broadway at the Beach, just north of the intersection of 21st Avenue North and Robert M. Grissom Parkway, the course departs up Grissom Pkwy. and down Mr. Joe White Avenue before heading south on Kings Highway toward the Myrtle Beach International Airport. A quick turn into The Market Common area — the former Myrtle Beach Air Force Base — makes for a fun place for spectators to watch as racers hit the halfway point of the half marathon. Upon exiting the shopping center, the route turns onto Ocean Boulevard, where marthon runners spend their longest stretch, passing through the heart of downtown, past the SkyWheel. As half marathoners peel off toward the finish, those going the full distance will experience the races most scenic areas such as Myrtle Beach's famous "golden mile" and "cabana district" where huge high-rise hotels give way to unadulterated oceanfront views. With the miles wearing on, racers take a quick jaunt through the prestigious Grand Dunes area (the course's northernmost point), before turning for home back down Kings Highway, across the East Coast Greenway bike path and along Grissom Parkway before meeting cheering crowds at the finish line in the parking lot of Field — home of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans.

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.