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|TMC A-Mountain Half-Marathon||
|Tucson Lifestyle 5k Run/Walk||
|Cox Family Mile, including the free SAR FitKidz One Mile||
|Virtual A-Mountain Half-Marathon||N/A|
TMC Get Moving Tucson Half-Marathon is Tucson's most popular urban half-marathon event day, with the TMC Half-Marathon, the Tucson Lifestyle 5k Run/Walk, and the Cox Charities Free FitKidz Mile for children 12-and-under. The first 1500 registrants are guaranteed a t-shirt and souvenir finisher's medallion. The TMC Half-Marathon is part of SAR's Running Shop Grand Prix, with prize money and cool age group awards. Produced by Run Tucson in partnership with the Southern Arizona Roadrunners -- click here for the SAR race website and all the details.
Click here for the email we sent on October 15th to all race participants, with details on race weekend, including schedule, course updates, parking, and more. Click here for an alphabetical list of all race participants -- please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to change your race distance or anything else. Thanks!
Saturday, October 27
Sunday, October 28: Race Morning at start/finish area, Jacome Plaza, 115 North Church
Course Closure Times (These are the tentative closure times, with final details to be determined by Tucson Police Department)
Proceeds from the TMC Get Moving Tucson Weekend will fund local charities, including Cox Charities, Watershed Management, Presidio San Agustin, Team Hoyt Arizona, the BEYOND-Tucson Foundation, and the Southern Arizona Roadrunners.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
The first 1500 registrants will receive the commemorative medallion representing Tucson's Dia de las Muertas tradition. Designed in collaboration with the world's leading running medal company, Ashworth Awards.