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Maine Marathon, Half Marathon and Marathon Relay

Portland, ME 04101

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$80.00 + $4.80 SignUp Fee

The Maine Marathon course is USATF certified and an official Boston Marathon qualifying event. The out-and-back course is moderately hilly with beautiful views of the water, the Portland skyline and plenty of fall foliage.

The race is spectator-friendly! Have your friends and family come for a weekend in Portland then cheer you along the course and meet up with you at the finish line. See details below for tracking racers.

Marathon course certification number: ME12014JK

$55.00 + $3.30 SignUp Fee

The half marathon takes place alongside the Maine Marathon. Enjoy the Back Cove, views of Casco Bay and fall foliage along the out-and-back route. All three races are together for the first 6.5 miles before the half marathon heads back to Portland. The courses features a mixture of rolling hills and flat sections, but start and finish with two flat miles along Baxter Boulevard.

The half marathon course is well supported with water stops with Gatorade (lemon-lime Endurance Formula) located approximately every two miles. The USATF certification number for the half marathon number is ME12011JK.

$140.00 + $8.40 SignUp Fee

Relay Team Pricing May Apply

Groups of 2-4 individuals can put together a team and cover the distance as a relay. Teams must have a minimum of two members and a maximum of four members. Each member must run one full leg, but any member can run up to three legs in any order chosen.

There are four relay legs of varying distances from 5.7 to 8.9 miles, as follows:

Leg 1: 5.9 miles
Leg 2: 8.9 miles
Leg 3: 5.7 miles
Leg 4: 5.7 miles
Each team will receive four bibs, all of which will have timing tags on the back. The four bibs for each team will be identical (same bib number), and it doesn’t matter which team member wears which bib. However, it’s important that when waiting for a teammate to arrive at one of the exchange points, please stay away from the timing mats that will be used to record times for each relay leg — otherwise you might trigger a false read and cause your team’s split times to be inaccurate.

Bibs should be worn on the front and be clearly visible. A wrist “slap” bracelet will serve as your baton and should be passed to your teammate at the exchange point. The first exchange will take place after the Leg 1 runner crosses the timing mats, and the same is true of the second and third exchanges.

If you’re on a team with two or three members and you don’t need to make an exchange, you should still cross the timing mats to get a split time for that leg, and then proceed to the next leg.

We ask that the team captain or another team member with a valid ID pick up bibs/packets/shirts for the entire team, rather than having each individual team member pick up their own bib. If you’re picking up bibs for someone else’s team, you’ll need an email or signed note from the team captain giving you permission to pick up those bibs.

It is the responsibility of each team to find transportation to and from each relay exchange point. Please take note of road closures when planning your arrival and departure from the exchange points, and please use extreme caution when traveling on roads that are part of the race course, especially Route 88.


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In consideration of you accepting this entry, I, the participant, intending to be legally bound and hereby waive or release any and all right and claims for damages or injuries that I may have against the Event Director,, and all of their agents assisting with the event, sponsors and their representatives and employees for any and all injuries to me or my personal property. This release includes all injuries and/or damages suffered by me before, during or after the event. I recognize, intend and understand that this release is binding on my heirs, executors, administrators, or assignees. I also authorize the use of photographs or videos that include my image for promotional, informational, or other reasons deemed to be in the best interest of the event.

I certify as a material condition to my being permitted to enter this race that I am physically fit and sufficiently trained for the completion of this event. I agree to abide by any decision of a race official relative to my ability to safely complete the run. I assume all risks associated with running this event including but not limited to falls, contact with other participants, the effect of weather (including wind, rain, and snow), traffic, and conditions of the road, in consideration of your accepting my entry. I for myself and anyone entitled to act on my behalf, waive, release, discharge, covenant not to sue, indemnify and hold harmless the Maine Track Club, All Sports Events, the City of Portland, the Towns of Falmouth, Cumberland, and Yarmouth, and all sponsors, officials and successors from and against all actions, suits, liabilities, claims, demands, costs (including legal fees and expenses) or damages arising out of my participation in this event, whether the result of negligence of any of the forgoing parties or otherwise.

By submitting this entry, I acknowledge (or a parent or adult guardian for all children under 18 years) having read and agreed to the above waiver.

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