U.S. Bank Stadium
Minnesota State Capitol, St. Paul, Minnesota
In 2006 the Twin Cities Marathon was ranked as the third most competitive marathon for American runners by Running Times magazine.
This point-to-point course begins near the U.S. Bank Stadium where the Minnesota Vikings play in downtown Minneapolis and finishes on John Ireland Boulevard at the Minnesota State Capitol in Saint Paul. The course winds around four beautiful lakes and along both sides of the Mississippi River, for a total of over 11 miles along water. The second half of the course contains a few rolling hills; but with a starting and finishing elevation growth of approximately 840 feet and no climbs over 100 feet long, it's nothing you can’t handle! The final stretch races past the clanging bells of the historic, picturesque Saint Paul Cathedral and heads downhill with a spectacular view of the finish line at the Capitol.
"The Most Beautiful Urban Marathon in America".
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