Tallahassee Marathon, Half Marathon, and Relay

Tallahassee Marathon, Half Marathon, and Relay
Date Feb 5, 2023
Distance Half-marathon, Marathon, Relay
Course Type Road

Race Information

The Tallahassee Marathon began in 1975 with just two participants. From there, it has grown into a first-class event showcasing Florida’s capital city like no other race. The Tallahassee Marathon is an all-volunteer event organized by the Gulf Winds Track Club, a local non-profit dedicated to advancing the sport of running, whether for competition, physical fitness, or pleasure.

The Tallahassee Marathon full marathon distance is a USATF-sanctioned event and both the marathon and half marathon races are run on USATF-certified courses. The Tallahassee Marathon is a qualifying course for the Boston Marathon. Teams of 4 may participate in the race relay-style, with each team member covering a different section of the course.

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