Run Hard Columbia Marathon Weekend

07 Mar 2020 (Sat)

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21.10km, 5km, 42.20km

Run Hard Columbia Marathon Weekend

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26.2 miles of Awesomeness!!

Can you think of any better way to spend a Saturday than at the Run Hard Columbia Marathon? It’s the perfect track! A little hot? Take a dip in Lake Katherine (just don’t get caught). Interested in politics? No problem. The course ends at the SC State House. We think you’ll like it so much that you’ll run it twice. As a matter of fact, you probably should run it twice because it’s a double loop track!

The Run Hard Marathon in Columbia, SC is back again! This spring race event is fun for all ages. The Run Hard Marathon provides course support, fluids/nutrition, shirts, medals and awards. From 5K to Marathon, we’ve got the race you need at a price you’ll love! So, save the date and we’ll see you in March. Our course is fully certified from the USATF.

The Run Hard Columbia Marathon was founded by Jesse Harmon, CEO of Crossover Athletics and Run Hard Running Teams. Run Hard teaches kids how to lead and live an active, healthy and wholesome lifestyle. We do this by focusing on nine core areas: Peer Pressure, Perseverance, Wise Choices, Work Ethic, Leadership, Teamwork, Honesty, Respect and Honor.

Course Highlights

The Run Hard Columbia Marathon course starts at the SC State House and takes runners through a double loop of downtown neighborhoods and finishes back at the South Carolina State House.

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