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Rock 'n' Roll USA Marathon

Rock 'n' Roll USA Marathon
Marathon runners on Connecticut Avenue (2008)
Date March
Location Washington, D.C.
Event type Road
Distance Marathon
Established 2006
Course records 2:21:12(M) 2:44:57(F)
Official site Rock ‘n’ Roll USA Marathon

The Greater Washington Sports Alliance and was sold to Competitor Group, Inc. in 2011 to become part of their Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Series.[1]

The 42.195-kilometre (26.219 mi) course starts and finishes at Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington, Special Olympics District of Columbia, United For D.C., Fort Dupont Ice Arena, Washington Tennis & Education Foundation and Black History Invitational Swim Meet.

In 2007, the National Marathon was sponsored by Wirefly, an online cell phone retailer. In 2008, SunTrust Banks became the race's primary sponsor.

Race winners

Year Men's winner Country Time Women's winner Country Time
2006 Michael Wardian }]] United States  Virginia 2:30:55 Susan Graham-Gray }]] United States  Pennsylvania 2:58:05
2007 Michael Wardian }]] United States  Virginia 2:26:35 Katie Blackett }]] United States  Colorado 2:44:57
2008 Michael Wardian }]] United States  Virginia 2:25:00 Myriam Grenon }]] Canada  Quebec 2:54:02
2009 Patrick Moulton }]] United States 2:21:12 Jeannette Seckinger }]] United States 2:48:41
2010 Michael Wardian }]] United States 2:21:59 Krista Vrombaut }]] United States 2:51:16

References

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External links

  • Official website
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