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Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon Continues to Monitor COVID-19 March 12, 2020 Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon Continues to Monitor COVID-19
In light of Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's indefinite ban on mass gatherings in the state and in the best interest of our runners and participants, we continue to assess the situation closely with our partners at University Hospitals and city and state health officials. Read More Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon Update Regarding COVID-19 March 11, 2020 Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon Update Regarding COVID-19
The health and safety of our runners and the community is our top priority. As such, we are working closely with our partners at University Hospitals and city and state health officials and regularly monitoring updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization regarding COVID-19. As of now, the Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon and related events are on as scheduled. We will continue to assess the situation and provide any updates through our website, direct outreach and social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Read More 2020 Registration Launch and Race Updates July 31, 2019 Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon Announces Registration Date, New Features for 2020
CLEVELAND (July 31, 2019) – The Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon announced today its registration date and new features for the 43rd running of Cleveland’s premier race, which will take place May 16-17, 2020, in downtown Cleveland. More than 50,000 runners, volunteers and spectators are expected to participate in activities throughout race weekend.
Read More Kenyans finish first in 42nd Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon May 19, 2019 Westlake’s Sarah Horbol finishes second in bid to repeat; Lakewood native Ken Sullivan wins men’s half-marathon for third straight year
CLEVELAND (May 19, 2019) – Kenyan Edwin Kamaiyo, 33, made his American racing debut by overtaking two-time champion Philemon Terrer near the 24-mile mark and holding on for victory in the 42nd annual Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon. His winning time was 2:22:02. Read More Merit Dental joins Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon as Silver Sponsor May 03, 2019 Merit Dental, a local general dentist with five practice locations in Greater Cleveland, joined the 42nd Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon as a silver sponsor. Read More Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon announces partnership with Adrenaline Monkey April 17, 2019 CLEVELAND (April 17, 2019) – The Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon added Adrenaline Monkey, an indoor adventure and fitness center in Warrensville Heights, as a sponsor of the 2019 Kids’ Run on Saturday, May 18. Read More WKYC Channel 3 set to broadcast 2019 Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon October 16, 2018 WKYC Channel 3 has partnered with Cleveland Marathon, Inc. to broadcast the race weekend events of the 42nd Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon on Sunday, May 19, which include the 10k, half-marathon and signature marathon race. Read More Mesfun declared winner May 22, 2018 Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon officials certified Daniel Mesfun as the men’s winner of the 41st Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon. Mesfun, of Eritrea, finished the race on Sunday with a time of 2:16:32. Read More Sarah Horbol Wins Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon May 20, 2018 There was no disputing 31-year-old Sarah Horbol’s breakthrough performance in the 2018 Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon.
“I have never gotten to run through the tape before, and doing it in my hometown was special,” Horbol said.
Read More GNC joins Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon as Pace Team sponsor May 01, 2018 GNC Holdings, Inc., a leading health and nutrition retailer, has joined the 41st Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon as the official Pace Team sponsor.
“GNC shares our message of living an active, healthy lifestyle, and we welcome them with open arms,” said Ralph Staph, race director for the Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon. “They will bring energy and inspiration to all our runners and walkers on race day as they push toward the finish line.”