Pennsylvania Marathons And Running Events
Upcoming Races in Pennsylvania
Blue Cross Broad Street Run
The Blue Cross Broad Street Run is an annual 10-mile road race held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania since 1980. The Blue Cross Broad Street Run is the largest and one of the fastest 10-mile races in the USA which is sanctioned and course-certified by USATF.
The Blue Cross Broad Street Run also partners with the American Cancer Society for charity purposes read more…
AACR Philadelphia Marathon
The AACR Philadelphia Marathon is an annual marathon held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania since 1954. It ranks among the top ten in the nation’s largest marathons with over 30,000 runners from across 50 states of the USA as well as across multiple countries.
The race route (certified by USATF) starts near the cultural Museum District and takes the runners through the city’s most scenic and historic neighborhoods with a finish line in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art read more…
Running Events Near Pennsylvania
Jim Thorpe Area Running Festival
This beautiful mountain town is the perfect place to join us for one of the most stunning runs in the Northeast. The full marathon is a complete dream for runners and spectators.
All 7-Mile runners need to take the train leaving Jim Thorpe Station at 6:30 AM. The 2023 half-marathon will follow the same beautiful, out-and back course as 2022 read more…
Gettysburg Festival of Races
Gettysburg Festival of Races combines three historic races into one weekend. Race alongside Gettysburg’s battlefield. The course takes you through beautiful backcountry roads, past farms and fields, and crosses the Mason-Dixon line into Maryland.
You can compete in Gettysburg North-South Marathon or Gettysburg Blue-Gray Half Marathon. Saturday’s Health & Fitness Expo is open to all runners, fans, as well as guests read more…
The York Marathon and Half Marathon are fast-paced, chip-timed events hosted by the York Branch YMCA. The race starts at the York Branch YMCA at 90 N.
Newberry St. York, PA 17401, and ends at Lafayette Plaza, the heart of York. The flat course runs along city streets, and then transitions to the York County Heritage Rail Trail. Trail running is made easy by the use of compacted crushed stones read more…