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The Little Rock Marathon and companion races are a running and walking tour of Arkansas’ capital city. When asked if there are hills in Little Rock, we love to affectionately say “What Hills? It depends on your perspective.” There are some bumps in the road, but life is full of … MORE
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    [email protected] REPEAT RUNNER '18

    The participants are all so wonderful and willing g to offer worlds of encouragement anytime needed. People walking are treated just like the sprinters. Great community support and a beautiful … MORE

    The participants are all so wonderful and willing g to offer worlds of encouragement anytime needed. People walking are treated just like the sprinters. Great community support and a beautiful historic course. Great for all levels.

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    This is a must do! Wonderful course, great swag, and well supported. The best medals ever! Enjoyed the free makeup and lipstick at the end. The after party is full … MORE

    This is a must do! Wonderful course, great swag, and well supported. The best medals ever! Enjoyed the free makeup and lipstick at the end. The after party is full of goodies.

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    jamielkramer FIRST-TIMER '18

    I had a blast running this race! There were plenty of official aid stations, but also a TON of spectators that also had food, music, drinks, fireball, beer, mimosas, pickle … MORE

    I had a blast running this race! There were plenty of official aid stations, but also a TON of spectators that also had food, music, drinks, fireball, beer, mimosas, pickle juice, and plenty of encouragement and enthusiasm! This was so much fun! Also, there was a lipstick station at the end of the race where you could apply lipstick for your finisher photo.

    I ran with the 4:30 pacers, and they were both SO awesome and positive. They were very inclusive, told lots of funny/inspiring stories, and made the miles fly by. I departed them at mile 20, but they were really the best part of this race for me. Thanks Ron and Dale!

    I definitely wouldn’t call this a flat course, but the hills weren’t steep- more rolling, and were not a problem. And the 4:30 pacers did 30 seconds running, 30 seconds walking up some of them, which helped a lot. We went by the capital, Central High, the statues commemorating the Little Rock Nine, and some neat neighborhoods. Overall, I thought it was a good tour of Little Rock- I found it scenic and interesting.

    Organization of registration, packet pickup, starting and finish line were all very smooth. No problems finding bathrooms either. I also enjoyed the race promotion by the CIC’s (Chicks-In-Charge)- I thought they really helped build up the event in advance, and did not disappoint on the day of!

    The only things I could of that would have improved the race is to spread out the aid stations that give out GU. There were four of them, and it seemed like they were from miles 19-25, and this didn’t make sense to me. Not a huge deal since so many spectators had food too, but I’m curious as to why. The only other thing is that I wanted to buy an everyday cotton shirt to commemorate the experience, but could only find very bright tech shirts for sale. Again, not a big deal.

    Overall, I definitely recommend this race!

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    jfoster84 FIRST-TIMER '18

    This was my first time running this race. Love the huge metal! It was a week after I ran Cowtown, so I didn't expect to do well but I finished … MORE

    This was my first time running this race. Love the huge metal! It was a week after I ran Cowtown, so I didn’t expect to do well but I finished in the time that I wanted. Loved the pace group, they were entertaining and helpful and made sure you finished in your time. Love the support from volunteers and spectators. Super hilly and hard! I don’t have any hills in my area that could ever prepare me for this run! My only complaint is that you have to pay for your finishers shirt but I have only ran one other marathon and that is Cowtown and it was included in your registration so buying your finishers shirt maybe the norm and Cowtown may be the exception. Over all loved the race!! I did the combo run and loved the 5k the day before too.

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    dalebassplayer FIRST-TIMER '18

    The 2018 theme was "What is your Quest?" which is a reference to Monty Python and the Holy Grail. As a huge fan of the movie, this was the year … MORE

    The 2018 theme was “What is your Quest?” which is a reference to Monty Python and the Holy Grail. As a huge fan of the movie, this was the year that I just HAD to do Little Rock! I was on the pacing team so I spent most of my expo time in the pacer booth, but there were lots of vendors and fun photo ops. As a pacer we were also given free access to the VIP area on race day. The VIP area had lots of food pre and post race, but the best things were separate gear check and toilets and tables where you could sit and hang out. The race itself seemed quite well organized. The main hilly section was in miles 16-18. The long out and back (18.5-23.5) was mentally and physically challenging. I really wish there had been another aid stop around mile 20. The stretch from 24-end had 2 more hills that were a little tough because of where they fell in the race. Overall good experience and a medal that IS worth writing home about!

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    robrien0215 FIRST-TIMER '18

    The Little Rock Marathon has a huge draw due to the size of its finisher medal. Everyone on my flights were all race participants. Packet pick up on Friday was … MORE

    The Little Rock Marathon has a huge draw due to the size of its finisher medal. Everyone on my flights were all race participants.
    Packet pick up on Friday was a breeze. Expo had a ton of vendors and volunteers helping to move the line along. I registered for the challenge so I received 2 different tech shirts. There wasn’t much else in the way of swag though.
    I stayed downtown at the Hilton Garden Inn-it was way cheaper than the host hotels and a 3 minute walk to the start line.
    I ran the 5k on Saturday-gorgeous weather and race was smooth. Generally large races do not start on time but this one-they ensured to have everyone lined up prior so it was a prompt 7:30 start.
    The half marathon on Sunday-again a smooth experience. Unfortunately it rained buckets the entire time! The end of the race routes you into the convention center where they present your medal and a foil blanket to help warm you up. Note this race does not run past the Capital or City High which are some of the huge Little Rock attractions. I was disappointed as they were not terribly far from where we were.
    On the course, there were several local businesses that supported the mile so you were able to have beer tastings, mimosas, food etc all on the course.
    The finish had a great flow where you were able to get your photo taken (thumbs up they brought the medals from the day before so you could get your pic taken with all 3 for the challenge). They had great food such as pasta, endless beverages, yogurts etc. They actually hand you a bag while in line so you can grab whatever you wanted.
    The medals are really nice-the marathon one is huge!
    Overall, great race-really well put together.

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    Evwatkins REPEAT RUNNER '15

    I ran this race two years in a row as a pacer. First off: I am not a fan of big blingy party races. (Only ran to check off the … MORE

    I ran this race two years in a row as a pacer. First off: I am not a fan of big blingy party races. (Only ran to check off the state and to visit family in the area). This race is over the top if you like the party race scene.
    COURSE: Forgettable. There’s a long out/back along the park that is nice, but nothing to write home about. They do offer a good amount of food/drinks at aid stations. One year it was freezing cold-they had hot chicken broth. That was nice.
    SWAG: Ridiculous. If all you care about is getting the biggest/gaudiest/shiniest medal, then this is the race for you.
    If you enjoy feeling like just a number – go for it. If you want to enjoy a more personalized, scenic race, choose something else.

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    mjenn66 FIRST-TIMER '16

    Nice town. Big city feel, but not overcrowded. Largest Half Marathon medal I've ever seen. You will have a good shot at a PR on this course. MORE

    Nice town. Big city feel, but not overcrowded. Largest Half Marathon medal I’ve ever seen. You will have a good shot at a PR on this course.

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    klucht FIRST-TIMER '17

    After years of seeing the ridiculous race bling I had to sign up. I heard many wonderful things about this race. The race was fine with a good indoor brunch … MORE

    After years of seeing the ridiculous race bling I had to sign up. I heard many wonderful things about this race. The race was fine with a good indoor brunch post-race. I will say that 2017 was a very wet year so my experience might have been worse than most years. The bling was huge, the theme was fun, but I was not a fan of the race shirt. The shirts at the expo were adorable…what’s with that?

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    clee11 FIRST-TIMER '17

    I was convinced to run this race by a former racer. She talked highly about this race and so I signed up and was really excited. I will say the … MORE

    I was convinced to run this race by a former racer. She talked highly about this race and so I signed up and was really excited. I will say the southern hospitality and the medal was pretty awesome. I was disappointed in the expo and the post race fun. You would think every aspect of the race including the expo and post race fun would be top notch when your race is sold out but also that it was their 15th anniversary. In addition, for being sold out they ran out of runners shirts so two of my friends have to wait for the organizations to send them some. All of this is very disappointing when you spend a lot of money traveling from another state to run in this race. From a business stand point they did really well with the medal and that’s what people will cherish but if I was running the show everything about the weekend should be excellent to create a great environment for the runners that are spending their hard earn money for this race.

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    Donnald69 FIRST-TIMER '17

    I stayed at the host hotel, Little Rock Marriott. For ease of life, this is the place to stay. Prices are reasonable, the expo is in the basement, and the … MORE

    I stayed at the host hotel, Little Rock Marriott. For ease of life, this is the place to stay. Prices are reasonable, the expo is in the basement, and the start and finish of all races this weekend, is just a couple minute walk away. There are other local hotels. If the purpose is to save some money, feel free to look around. If you want your stay in Little Rock to be drama free, stay at the Marriott.
    On Saturday I ran the 5K, when a 10K was also an option. If you run a race on Saturday, and again on Sunday, you could earn 3 medals, if you are a collector, I am not. Much like the 5K, the marathon on Sunday started close by, so for the 7 a.m. marathon start, I left my hotel at 6:40. That was awesome! The race takes you all around the city, with only a few hills. There is a mile long or so hill around mile 16, but it wasn’t that steep and by no means over whelming. Most of the course was flat, with several turns, to keep you from getting too bored. You do cross over the river and back early in the marathon on one of the many bridges around Little Rock. There were plenty of water stops, there were plenty of GU stops, but more importantly to many people, there were TONS of beer stops. There were nearly as many beer stops as water stops, and yes, I did stop and took imbibe in more than a couple, sampling the local beer. The course finished very close to where it started, and once across the finish line, you have draped around your neck, possibly the largest medal I have ever witnessed. I would guess it was close to 3 pounds? And after running 26.41 miles, the last thing I want draped around my neck was a 3 pound medal. Luckily for me, since I ran the 5K the day before, I was given a medal that showed that I completed the “combo”, which was of “normal” medal size. I kept this medal, left the 3 pound medal behind and headed to the “after marathon” party, held in the basement of the Marriott. More beer, lots of food, t-shirts and other souviniers to purchase if you missed them at the expo. It was a nice party. All in all, this was a nice, well organized marathon. If looking for a nice race in March, head to Little Rock.

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    M_Sohaskey Mar 18, 2017 at 2:25pm

    Ha, blasphemy! Don't let any medal connoisseurs hear you left the marathon medal behind. Though admittedly it's one of the reasons I'm shying away from Little Rock – I value the artistry of the finisher medal, and I'd prefer not to have one that dwarfs all the others in my collection. And I guess you've saved yourself having to use one of those wall anchors to hang it when you get home. Congrats Donn, love to see you running so well so often!

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    cbielinski FIRST-TIMER '17

    This was the 15th year of the Little Rock Marathon and it is a very well organized race. The expo was in the lower level of the host hotel and … MORE

    This was the 15th year of the Little Rock Marathon and it is a very well organized race. The expo was in the lower level of the host hotel and the start and finish were blocks away. Some people thought it was hilly but it depends what your viewpoint, I thought it was a nice course with a fair amount of elevation changes.

    I did not know when I signed up for this race that one of the things the Little Rock Marathon is known for is huge, outlandish finisher’s medals. I don’t run races for the finisher’s medals but have to say this one was absurdly oversized and ugly (it must weigh about 5 lbs). In addition the shirt design is ugly in my opinion, I doubt I will wear it.

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    geddings FIRST-TIMER '17

    They do a great production for this race weekend. They offer the largest race medals of any race! The course is very hilly. Some rough roads in areas. Great expo. … MORE

    They do a great production for this race weekend. They offer the largest race medals of any race! The course is very hilly. Some rough roads in areas. Great expo. It poured rain for our race, so they moved the recovery area post race into the convention center so we could get our recovery stuff and recover indoors. Highly recommend this race.

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    sweetaskandib REPEAT RUNNER '16

    I have been running this race for 9 yrs now. The half marathon distance is the sweet spot. Challenging but easy enough where you can still enjoy yourself after. The … MORE

    I have been running this race for 9 yrs now. The half marathon distance is the sweet spot. Challenging but easy enough where you can still enjoy yourself after. The scenery in Little Rovk isn’t the best though the people are. Cool perks for this race are large awesome medals and lipgloss close to the finish.

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    DrewNYC FIRST-TIMER '16

    This race is all about the finisher's medal - it is HUGE!! The course was hillier than I expected. And the weather (in 2016) was quite warm (in the 70s … MORE

    This race is all about the finisher’s medal – it is HUGE!!

    The course was hillier than I expected. And the weather (in 2016) was quite warm (in the 70s by the time I finished). Additionally, I wouldn’t call the course scenic.

    That being said – the spectators and event volunteers were great. It is well organized.

    I recommend running the 5k or 10k the day before the marathon so that you can get 2 additional medals (all great, of course). Also, Little Rock is walkable so no need for a car EXCEPT I couldn’t find a market near my hotel. So, if you have pre-race food that you need, plan in advance.

    While you are in Little Rock, you should visit the Clinton Presidential Library.

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    olsonm73 FIRST-TIMER '16

    Best supported event I've been to (aid station every 2 miles, plenty of portapotties, refreshments etc) which comes in handy when running the Full. This event is would not be … MORE

    Best supported event I’ve been to (aid station every 2 miles, plenty of portapotties, refreshments etc) which comes in handy when running the Full. This event is would not be what I recommend for newcomers … it had sloping hills nearly the first 17 miles and then a large one between 24-25 (it was a doozy). Great scenery/route not to mention the bling of all race medals … a 3 lb finishers medal that is the size of a hub-cap. No wander this is a bucket-list item

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    wonderjess FIRST-TIMER '16

    Overall, high scores to the Little Rock Marathon. They've got a well-organized race, in a super-friendly town. I signed up for this race because of it's proximity to my home … MORE

    Overall, high scores to the Little Rock Marathon. They’ve got a well-organized race, in a super-friendly town. I signed up for this race because of it’s proximity to my home in Oklahoma, and the timing worked out. Other reviews had said great things, and people really seem to love the big medal.

    Pre-Race: Registration was easy, there was a discount for Marathon Maniacs. I thought the communication was clear, maybe a little too many emails, but not so bad. The website had great maps, and details about the course, and an FAQ.

    Expo/Day Before: There are some smaller races on Saturday. I did bib-pickup at the end of the day on Saturday. The convention center is convenient, we stayed at an alternate hotel in downtown and walked over. One complaint: vendors were packing up at 3pm on Saturday (expo is open till 5). Otherwise, good size expo, all the things you expect were there.

    Perks: I paid $25 extra for their VIP/Perks package. Since I was traveling solo. Perks gets you a separate waiting area before and after with food and coffee, a separate bag check (that I didn’t use), and they advertise better bathrooms. I’m not sure it was worth the $25. I only went pre-race – and it was crowded in there. You can also just stay inside the convention center until corralling up, and there were plenty of real bathrooms available – in addition to plentiful porta-potties. I mean, it is an insurance policy against the rain that was around 1 or 2 years ago, but I don’t feel if offered too much above what was already available.

    SWAG: The race shirt is technical, unisex, and short sleeve. However, there was also a Youth option – I got the Youth XL. The bag they give you can be used for bag check – don’t forget to grab a marker to put your number on before you leave the expo. I think a lot of people love the medal – it’s freaking huge! and like 3 pounds!

    Course: Leading up to the race, as I told people about my upcoming marathon, all I got in response was, “well, it’s really hilly” (I do live in flat OK). I didn’t find the race too hilly – rollers in the first half, and then a big climb up at mile 14 to 15, and then some more hills at the very end. My Garmin said less than 900 feet of elevation gain. All the hills were runnable, except for one steep climb at mile 25 – which I hiked up. As for the course itself, I found it beautiful. The first half runs through different parts of Little Rock and North Little Rock – older neighborhoods in various states of repair. We ran by the governor’s mansion (and the governor came out). Multiple beautiful churches (and the church-members came out). The spectators that were there, were enthusiastic, and many spectators set up their own impromptu aid stations. When the full splits off from the half, we run up into Hillcrest – this was my favorite part, the neighborhoods are beautiful!! and it reminded me of Montclair in Oakland. There was a nice downhill out of Hillcrest, and then an out and back on the River Trail. This part was boring, but the aid stations were lively, and it kept you moving. I did feel like the aid stations were ample – and I went without carrying any water. They were about every 3 miles in the first half, and every two miles or less in the second half.

    Post-race: You come through the shute, get your medal, there are multiple photography options, but then for food, water, etc, you have to head back into the convention center (I heard they had more outside prior to their year that was nearly rained out). People collected in the main convention hall – which you do have to walk downstairs to. There was food for purchase from food trucks (in the convention center), and a walk-through to grab runner food offered by the race (milk, yogurt, chips, apples, water, some soup). I wish there had been more healthy food options – more fruit!! The convention center area also had massage tables – I didn’t sign up.

    Note for Marathon Maniacs and Hopefuls: there were soooo many Maniacs and Fanatics on the course! I think there were about 180 signed up on the Marathon Maniac site. There were shirts everywhere! We did a pre photo and it was huge!

    Odds and Ends: We found a hotel in downtown for half the price of the Marriott, and it was perfectly serviceable (Legacy Hotel) – it’s less than mile from the start, and on the course for the marathon finish. Make reservations for dinner Saturday night, the restaurants do get overcrowded.

    Final advice: I really loved this marathon. They’re in their 14th year in 2016. Apparently, it’s a women operated race (they make comment of it in the pamphlet). Logistics wise – went off without a hitch! Do it!

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    MadelynMarino FIRST-TIMER '13

    I completed this race in 2013. The temperature was quite chilly, approximately 40 ish degrees. One great aspect of this race was the spectators. There were so many people out … MORE

    I completed this race in 2013.

    The temperature was quite chilly, approximately 40 ish degrees.

    One great aspect of this race was the spectators. There were so many people out cheering along the course. While I was excited to see so many people, I was not excited by the amount of hills throughout the course. The hills made for an intense run.

    There were some interesting sights along the course which helped ease the pain. There was a long stretch of incline around mile 8. As I neared the top of the incline I could see the Capital building. It was a beautiful view despite the hill. Another highlight was a part of the course in front of the governor’s mansion. The governor was actually hanging outside his mansion cheering and taking pictures with runners.

    The last couple of miles seemed slightly downhill. It was all worth it knowing I was about to finish and receive the medal. It is a HUGE medal, almost a bit too heavy to wear. But after 13.1 miles it was worth it!

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    Marinaw262 FIRST-TIMER '15

    This is a fun one. The RDs are outstanding, and very meticulous and good to their runners. This year it rained a little. Also, the massive medals which this race … MORE

    This is a fun one. The RDs are outstanding, and very meticulous and good to their runners. This year it rained a little. Also, the massive medals which this race is so well -known for were held up in a shipping issue, and so had to have temporary replacements of a small plastic medal. However, these two things (medal, rain) were the only bad part about this race, and no fault of management, and they did their best to accommodate. This year’s theme was “Pirates–ARRRKansas,” and there were cute pirate themed booths along the course. We run past the governor’s mansion, and he comes out to say “Hi.” Mile 25.5 has a lipstick stop–pause and get a tube of lipstick to freshen up before the finish line photo! I was lucky to experience this year as a VIP (small up-charge), and enjoyed the VIP perks, including great soups, beers, and massages. I would recommend this race, and get the HUGE medal!

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    shinianen FIRST-TIMER '14

    A few spectators on course take pity on us, and start handing out cans of beer. I always seem to be a bit early or late, and miss all these … MORE

    A few spectators on course take pity on us, and start handing out cans of beer. I always seem to be a bit early or late, and miss all these chances – BOO!

    And when things can’t get any worse, the mist clears and it starts to rain again. Hard. With the wind picking up. And thunder.

    A switch flips in my head. I check out. It’s no longer “I can and I will.” It’s just – I want to go home. My hands are so cold that I can’t feel them anymore. My fingers are locking up and I cannot bend or unbend them. I try to stay warm by tucking my hands under my armpits and keep trudging forward. My pace in the last two miles shows the switch, too. I went from an average of 10-11 minutes per mile to 15 and 20 minutes per mile. Ugh.

    Behind me, the police are picking up the cones and letting traffic go through. Ahead of me, since they have steered me off course and down a side street, there is nothing. I am walking on a road that is open to traffic, with nothing to protect me except the sag wagon on my butt and a handful of runners around me.

    But of course, the sag wagon doesn’t offer to DRIVE any of us to the pick up point.

    A bunch of us runners start to have a hate spiral. We can’t understand why we’re being treated like this, and why there isn’t a better rescue plan given the extreme weather rolling in.

    More and more runners disappear as good Samaritans offer people rides back to the finish line.

    Finally, I am one of four runners in a clump working their way down the hill. A cop takes pity on us, and offers us a ride to the finish line. I end up in the back seat of an unmarked squad car with two women, lights flashing. Finally, the last runner relents and gets in with us.

    This is the best part: he was dressed like Wolverine. Full on foam padded muscles, razor paws, and drinking what must be his third beer – a 24 ounce can of Coors Light. He simply hops in the front seat of the squad car and says “I’ll do you a favor and get off course, but I’m not giving up my beer. I won’t tell if you won’t tell.”

    True story.

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