Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the rapidly changing public health safety recommendations,
The 2020 Hogeye Marathon & Relays will be run as a
Runners may complete a distance equal to or greater than the race they have registered, record on fitness tracker, such as a Garmin watch, or app on their phone, and upload to this site. After verification of completion, runners will be able to pick up their shirts, and finishers’ medals and any other race swag they have been promised at the locations shown. If runners are from out of state, the packets will be mailed to them. See Blog post to the right of this page. for a more complete description.
March 27, 2021
The marathon will start at 7:00 a.m. on Saturday, Marchl 28, 2020. The race will start and finish on Emma Ave. in Springdale’s Downtown District.
The Half Marathon will take in many scenic parts of Springdale, and also have a section entering Fayetteville before returning to the finish.
The 5K Run/Walk is open to all competitors, and starts 5 minutes after the marathon, starting and finishing on Emma Ave. in Springdale, Arkansas.
4 PERSON RELAYS
This event is designed for four-person teams, and will begin at the same time as the marathon. All relay finishers will receive a medal.
THE COURSE: SPRINGDALE, AR
The course takes runners past the city’s five major parks and, as in previous years, will include a portion of the Lake Fayetteville Trail. The course will be run primarily on Springdale streets, but sections will run through Johnson and Fayetteville, and a small portion of the 26.2-mile course will take place on the Razorback Greenway.
Hogeye Marathon & Relays is a Non-Profit organization with a 501 (C) 3 group certification. A percentage of the proceeds each year benefit a variety of charitable organizations for specific projects.
Since 2008, we have raised over $412,000 for 10 charities!
Special thanks to all of our sponsors. . . we couldn’t do this without you!
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The Hogeye Marathon, Arkansas' oldest marathon, was founded in 1977. Northwest Arkansas charities benefit from the proceeds of the event, which brings runners from every state to the most beautiful part of Arkansas.
The Hogeye Marathon will join numerous other events in an attempt to protect runners, volunteers and emergency medical personnel by putting your health and safety first. At the recommendation of the CDC, State & Local officials, our sponsors, and our...
Decision to be made Monday afternoon, March 16, about the options for Hogeye runners. Please stay safe & be diligent in your precautions surrounding Covid-19 risks, including social distancing.
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