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2014 Publix Georgia Marathon and Half Marathon

All entry fees are NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE. Entries for the 2014 Publix Georgia Marathon & Half Marathon and Luckie 5K will not be deferred to the 2015 event. All participants must be able to maintain a 15:00 minute per mile pace in the Marathon and Half Marathon. Participants in the Cuties Luckie 5K must complete the 5K in one hour. Minimum Age Requirements: Marathon – 16 years of age on March 23, 2014 Half Marathon – 13 years of age on March 23, 2014 Wheelchair Half Marathon – 18 years of age on March 23, 2014 5K – All ages welcome to participate, however strollers are not permitted. There is no race day registration and all participants are required to pick-up their race packets at the Publix Georgia Marathon Health & Fitness Expo on March 21 or March 22.

Race packets will not be mailed. For Expo information, please visit our website.
The Publix Georgia Marathon & Half Marathon returns to Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta on March 23, 2014. Be a part of this city tour on foot showcasing Atlanta's historic neighborhoods and beautiful parks. Not ready to complete a marathon or half marathon? The Luckie 5K allows you to take part of the race day excitement with the same start and finish line as the Publix Georgia Marathon & Half Marathon.

Sunday, March 23, 2014 in Atlanta, GA

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