Packet Pick-up will be available at the Tucson Marathon Expo, on Friday, December 7th (9:00am - 7:00pm) at the Hilton Tucson El Conquistador, 10000 N. Oracle Rd. Race packet pick-up and walk-in registration will be available during that time. To make things easier, Team Captains can pick-up packets for all team members (by simply providing the names of each person on the team).
Participants will need to pick up the following items:
- Bib # with chip
- Technical T-shirt(s)
- Packet (goodie bag will be for your drop clothes on race morning)
- Relay Baton (which will have the race timing chip) & Relay Parking Permit (Marathon Relay only – one per team)
Note: Please download and print copies of the following for review:
1) Course Map (printable/downloadable version)
2) Marathon Relay Shuttle Bus Parking (Relay & Full Marathon)
3) Relay Information (Relay exchange points, maps, parking & transportation)
4) Detailed Race Day Information
We strongly recommend that all runners access these PDF docs on the web site, and fully familiarize themselves with any/all details in advance of race weekend.
Aid Stations will be placed at the following locations along the course: Start, 2.4mi, 3.9mi, 5.9mi, 7.6mi, 10.2mi, 11.7mi, 13.2 mi, 15.3mi, 16.9mi, 19.0mi, 20.0mi, 21.0mi, 21.9mi, 22.9mi, 24.0mi, 25.1mi, Finish Line. Water will be available at all aid stations. Gatorade’s Endurance Formula (Lemon-Lime) is the official on-course sports drink of the Tuscon Marathon, Half Marathon, and Marathon Relay and will be available at the above aid station locations. As part of a five-electrolyte blend of sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium and chloride, Gatorade Endurance Formula is a specialized sports drink designed to help sustain hydration during prolonged training and racing when fluid and electrolyte losses can be significant. It contains nearly twice the sodium (200mg) and more than three times the potassium (90mg) of Gatorade Thirst Quencher to help sustain hydration, maintain proper fluid balance and replace the critical electrolytes lost in sweat during these occasions.
Aid Stations Closing Times are as follows: 2.4mi = 7:35am; 3.9mi = 8am; 5.9mi = 8:30am; 7.6mi = 9am; 10.2 mi = 9:35am; 11.7mi = 10am; 13.2mi = 10:20am; 15.3mi = 10:50am; 16.9mi = 11:15am; 18.9mi = 11:50am; 20.0mi = 12:05pm; 21.0mi = 12:20pm; 21.9mi = 12:40pm; 22.9mi = 12:55pm; 24.0mi = 1:05pm, 25.1mi = 1:20pm, Finish Line = 1:30pm
Food and drinks are provided at the Finish Line for race participants only.
Shuttle Buses will return participants from the Finish Line to the official race parking lots and the official race hotel (Hilton El Conquistador Resort).
Spectator parking is extremely limited at the Finish Line, at the Golder Ranch Fire Station, which is shared with the Half Marathon. (Vehicles parked overnight at the Golder Ranch Fire Station, or along Golder Ranch Road on race day, will be ticketed and towed!) Spectators are encouraged to park at the Coronado Middle School (3402 E. Wilds Road) and take the free shuttle to the Finish Line, which will run every 15 minutes.