Overall Rating
Overall Rating (4 Reviews)
3.8
(4 Ratings)(4 Reviews)
DIFFICULTY
3
SCENERY
2.8
PRODUCTION
4.3
SWAG
4.8
2020 EVENT CANCELED. Per race website (3/12/20): “Fort Bragg, in conjunction with the City of Fayetteville, is taking all appropriate measures to protect our community as much as possible. In an abundance of caution, the decision has been made to cancel the All American Marathon and all associated races and … MORE
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Recent reviews

    ckmoncayo FIRST-TIMER '19

    This race is local to Fayetteville/Fort Bragg NC and largely features Fort Bragg as the location of the race. The first ten miles get you from downtown Fayetteville to Fort … MORE

    This race is local to Fayetteville/Fort Bragg NC and largely features Fort Bragg as the location of the race. The first ten miles get you from downtown Fayetteville to Fort Bragg and the remainder of the race takes places on Fort Bragg. You run by some iconic 82nd Airborne division locations and get to spend some time in the training areas on post.

    Well run for the size of the race.

    DIFFICULTY
    3
    PRODUCTION
    4
    SCENERY
    4
    SWAG
    5

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    lindzelizabeth FIRST-TIMER '19

    This race is not scenic by any means. I did enjoy running through downtown Fayetteville but that was short. I did enjoy supporting the military and the post race snacks … MORE

    This race is not scenic by any means. I did enjoy running through downtown Fayetteville but that was short. I did enjoy supporting the military and the post race snacks were the best I’ve ever had. They also gave a post race gift.

    DIFFICULTY
    3
    PRODUCTION
    5
    SCENERY
    1
    SWAG
    4

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    TroyMiller FIRST-TIMER '18

    Fayetteville is a beautiful, historic town and we enjoyed both the downtown area and the Airborne Museum on our visit. The town and base were pretty easy to navigate and … MORE

    Fayetteville is a beautiful, historic town and we enjoyed both the downtown area and the Airborne Museum on our visit. The town and base were pretty easy to navigate and there were plenty of great dining options. The race was somewhat challenging with the wind and heavy mist at the start of the race but once the rain stopped, the cooler temps were appreciated by me, especially later in the race. I had the honor of running along side of a young Airborne Ranger for about 24 miles. The conversations we had were both moving and engaging as we talked about his service to our country, his training and his tours of duty. I was totally spent toward the end of the race (around mile 25) when I saw a double amputee veteran running up ahead. I became so overcome with emotion that I nearly threw up. It was truly an honor running along men and women that have served and are serving our country well. There was also a stretch of highway just before entering Ft. Bragg that honored those that were lost in action. I was moved to tears as we passed pictures with name and rank as well as a flag honoring each of those brave soldiers who paid the ultimate sacrifice for my freedom. At the finish line, we were greeted with a large medal, a blanket with the All American logo on it, and a metal insulated tumbler that holds about a half a pot of coffee! If you’re patriotic and don’t mind a few hills, this is a great race with plenty of swag.

    DIFFICULTY
    3
    PRODUCTION
    5
    SCENERY
    3
    SWAG
    5

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    Marinaw262 FIRST-TIMER '15

    Fayetteville is a cute community with small town charm. The race starts in the downtown, with ample parking. The blast of the cannon indicates the race is off. Many military … MORE

    Fayetteville is a cute community with small town charm. The race starts in the downtown, with ample parking. The blast of the cannon indicates the race is off. Many military personnel from Ft. Bragg run this race. The first six miles or so are run through the streets of the city, before going onto a main freeway that takes you to the military base. The quarter mile before entering the base is the “Blue Mile,” lined with flags and pictures of locals who have been lost in battle, serving their nation. Very touching. Running around a base is an easy way to put on a marathon—many “volunteers”in the form of the Army men and women, and many streets that are easy to close. Unfortunately, military bases don’t always provide the most exciting views, but it was great to see all the boys and girls in uniform, and their families who lived there. It got warm toward the finish. The last quarter mile was lined with flags of the different states. At the finish a young man in dress blues presented me with my medal, and an AWESOME backpack. Really high quality, and I still use it. Plenty of snacks at the finish, and friendly volunteers. Shuttles were easy to catch back to the start. Lotsa bang for your buck here.

    DIFFICULTY
    3
    PRODUCTION
    3
    SCENERY
    3
    SWAG
    5

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