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Cheyenne Marathon

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Distances in this event

  1. Marathon

    Run 26.2mi
    $120–$200
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  2. Half Marathon

    Run 13.1mi
    $95
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  3. 10K

    Run 10km
    $35
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From the organizer

Organizer's website

The Cheyenne Marathon: Run the Legend is a point to point course. It features a marathon, half-marathon, 4 person relay, and 10k. We are in the process of getting the course USATF certified.

Come Run the Legend at Cheyennes 1st Annual Marathon, Half Marathon, Relay, and 10k event with special guest appearances by Governor and First Lady Mead! This diverse course will take you on a one-of-a-kind historical tour.

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What’s Included

Children 14 and under may participate in the half marathon or the 10k with the signature of their parent or guardian and only if they are accompanied on the course AT ALL TIMES by a parent or guardian.  All participants 18 and under must have the signature of their parent or guardian.  There are no prizes issued for anyone under 14.

Course Details

This diverse course will take you on a one of a kind historical tour of Laramie County featuring:

  • Archer, home of the Laramie County Fair and former UW Research Station
  • The Hereford Ranch which was established in 1867
  • The Big Boy Steam Engine 4004
  • The Historic Courthouse where Tom Horn was hung
  • The Historic State Capital, built between 1886 and 1890, which was used by the first woman Governor in the United States, Nellie Tayloe Ross, and features a statue of suffragette Esther Hobart Morris, first female Justice of the Peace
  • Botanic Gardens
  • Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo Arena, the World’s Largest Outdoor Rodeo and Western Celebration and
  • The Historic Depot, a national landmark and former Union Pacific Depot.
Raceday Logistics
Packet Pick up & Expo
Cheyenne Marathon: Sunday, September 15, 7:00 AM - Locations Vary
Registration Closes NOON Friday, September 13th

PLEASE NOTE: RACE-DAY REGISTRATIONS WILL NOT BE TAKEN.
FAQs

HOW MANY AID STATIONS ARE ON THE COURSE?

There will be 11 aid stations, one approximately every two miles along the course.  There will be port-o-lets and basic first aid kits at each one.   There will also be HAM or cell phone communications for emergencies at each aid.

ARE HEADPHONES ALLOWED?

In order to protect the safety of race participants, MP3 Players, iPods or other devices with headphones are highly discouraged. Participants who choose to wear such devices assume all risks associated.

CAN A PARTNER BIKE ALONGSIDE ME OR CAN I PUSH MY CHILD IN A BABY JOGGER WHILE I RUN OR WALK? 

No. For your safety, as well as the safety of your children and/or your crew, absolutely no strollers, baby joggers, bikes, wagons or other similar mechanisms will be allowed on the course, other than bikes used by race officials.  There will be traffic on the course, as well as areas of the course that are not suitable for non-official bikes, strollers or baby joggers.

CAN I BRING MY DOG ON THE COURSE?

We love our pets too, but no.  For the safety of other participants and for your pets, we cannot allow pets on the course.

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I ENCOUNTER WILDLIFE?

Please don’t approach wildlife.  The most common animals you are likely to encounter are deer and antelope which are likely to run from you.  Bike marshals will be patrolling the course, on the lookout for wildlife, but in the unlikely event that you encounter a rattle snake or a skunk, please give them a wide berth and notify someone at the next aid station.  If you are bitten by a snake, move away from it, then stop moving, remove any constricting items near the affected area, keep the bite lower than the heart and seek assistance from another participant or race marshal to get immediate medical assistance from the closest medical aid station.

WILL THERE BE A COURSE SWEEP?

Yes, we will have people sweeping the course.

WHAT ARE THE COURSE CUTOFFS?

Participants have 8 hours to complete the course.  Walkers are welcome if the course can be completed on time.  Additional marathon cutoff times are 4:15 (10:15 am) for the half marathon point and 6:30 (12:30 pm) for the 4th relay point by Central High School..

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