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Run the Reagan

Quick facts

Distance Half marathon

About Run the Reagan

An early spring fixture on the metro Atlanta road race calendar that took place in February’s cold and blustery weather, Snellville’s Run the Reagan Half Marathon, 10K, 5K and fun run welcomes more than 3,000 runners each year for all races combined, along a course that unfolds along the Ronald Reagan Parkway just north of Snellville.

Runners can choose between the half-marathon, 10K, 5K or 1-mile fun run, and all of the races start near Emory Eastside Medical Center at the corner of Ronald Reagan Parkway and Presidential Circle in Snellville, Georgia. The race courses are moderately challenging, with no traffic as Ronald Reagan Parkway is closed the day of the race.

Proceeds from the race go to benefit two of Gwinnett County’s non-profit organizations, the Southeast Gwinnett Cooperative Ministry and the Lilburn Cooperative Ministry.

Distances

5K

  • 5km

10K

  • 10km

Half Marathon

  • 21.097km

Practicalities

Aid Stations

Water stops are found every 1-1/2 miles along the course, and medical attention and port-a-johns are available at various convenient points.

Award Medals

AWARDS for half marathon will be given 3 deep in 5 year increments from 19 and under to 70 and over. 5k and 10k awards will be given to the overall M/F and Masters M/F top finishers and 3 deep in 5 year increments from 10 and under to 70 and over. Mile fun run finishers will receive a ribbon. All half marathon finishers will receive a commemorative Run the Reagan® medal.

Run the Reagan Route Map

Run the Reagan Route Map

Start:

Presidential Circle near Emory Eastside Medical Center

Snellville,us

Overview

From the starting and finish line area at Presidential Circle near Emory Eastside Medical Center, the Run the Reagan Half Marathon course takes runners on a long, straight out-and-back route that takes them west along the Ronald Reagan Parkway all the way out to the half-way turnaround point, near Brown Lake and the intersection with Pleasant Hill Road. Once they make the turn, the course then brings runners back east along the route they’ve just run.

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.