24 Hour Sale Kicks Off Registration for Air Force Marathon

The_Latest_InformationMake your New Year’s Resolution and save some money by registering for the 2013 Air Force Marathon on January 1.  New Year’s Resolution discounts are valid only for 24 hours on January 1.

The 2013 Air Force Marathon, Half Marathon and 10K will be held on September 21, 2013.  The Start and Finish Lines are at the National Museum of the United States Air force, 1100 Spaatz Street, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio 45433. Start Time is 7:25 a.m. for the Wheeled Division Race and 7:30 a.m. for the Full Marathon and10K. The Half Marathon‘s start time is 8:30 a.m.

The 5K Race hosted by Wright State University is held on September 20, 2013.  The Start and Finish line are at Wright State University’s Nutter Center, 3640 Colonel Glenn Highway, Dayton, Ohio 45435.

Registration for the 2013 Air Force Marathon will open on January 1, 2013. Runners who register on January 1 get a $10 NMUSAFdiscount off the full and half or $5 if they register for the 10K and 5K. Prices will go back up on the next day. Check their  site for more information and details on registration. Click here for prices!

All runners will be required to pick up their bib, T-shirt, and goodie bag at the Sports & Fitness Expo at Wright State University’s Nutter Center on Thursday, September 19, or on Friday, September 20.

Race set for Saturday, September 21, 2013

The 2013 Air Force Marathon is set for the third Saturday in September. Find more information about the races on our FAQ page. We sold out in the beginning of May in 2012, so sign up early before you miss out on one of the best races in Ohio!

New in 2013: Course has changed!

The race team is  very excited to début a new course in 2013! They’ll  still keep some of the favorite features from past courses, including the spectacular finish line experience at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.

The C-130J Super Hercules will be our featured aircraft in 2013. The C-130J is a transport plane from the Hercules family, which has the longest continuous production run of any aircraft.


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