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20.04.2020

2020 Marathon Qualifier Acceptances Announced

Oct 30, 2019 | news

The Athletic Association today continued its notification to qualified applicants of their acceptance into the 2020 Marathon. In preparation for the 2020 Marathon, implemented the same registration process for qualified runners as used in recent years, allowing the fastest qualifiers to register first. The 124th Marathon will be held on Monday, April 20, 2020.

Qualifiers who were one minute, 39 seconds (1:39) or faster than the qualifying time for their age group and gender have been accepted into the 2020 Marathon. A total of 24,127 qualified applicants have been accepted to date or are in the process of being accepted, pending verification of their qualifying performance. In total, 27,288 applications were received during the registration period for qualifiers. 

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