Operation Jack Marathon
The roots of the Operation Jack Marathon
The Operation Jack Marathon & Half Marathon and Satellite Runs are back for 2014! The race was created out of necessity to complete the the 2010 Operation Jack schedule and was intended to be a one-time event. Due to overwhelmingly positive feedback, it has become an annual race benefitting the Operation Jack Autism Foundation.
The Operation Jack Autism Foundation serves to benefit autism-related charities nationwide.
Date: December 26, 2014
Marathon & Half-Marathon Start: 7:30 a.m.
Optional Early Marathon Start (6+ hour runners only): 6:45 a.m.
Race Cutoff Time: 2:00 p.m. (aid stations will be removed and course will be cleared)
Location: Dockweiler State Beach, Los Angeles, CA (click for map)
Bib Pickup: Race day only, at start line expo, beginning at 6 a.m.
Parking: Rate TBD ($6 in prior years)
Map (click for map)
Course: Flat and fast 13.1-mile course along the Pacific Ocean and Ballona Creek with snow-capped mountain views. One loop for the half, two for the full.
On-Course Support: Water, sports drink (TBD), and sports gel (TBD) approximately every two miles
Timing: Gun timing
Certification: At this point, the course is not a Boston qualifier.
Awards: Top three overall finishers, male and female, marathon and half marathon. Age groups -29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+, three-deep, men and women.
(includes entry, t-shirt, medal and post-race food)
- April, May 2014: $45 half/$55 full
- June 2014: $50 half/$60 full
- July 2014: $55 half/$65 full
- August 2014: $60 half/$70 full
- September, October 2014: $65 half/75 full
- November: $70 half, $80 full
- December: $75 half, $85 full
- Race day (if available): $95 full, $85 half
Want to volunteer? Contact email@example.com. A donation of $25 will be made for each volunteer shift worked to the charity of the volunteer’s choice.
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