Runners planning their trip to the starting line and commuters hoping to avoid a traffic slowdown will want to note the following road closures and alternate bus routes. Major thoroughfares in Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica will be affected.
Title sponsor ASICS is taking it to the next level this year by lighting up the skies of LA on Friday, March 13th, showing every mile marker on the course.
It’s that time of year again! Yes, the LA Marathon is back, which means you can expect a lot of street closures and traffic jams. The race, which begins at Dodger Stadium and ends at […]
“Stadium to the Sea,” 26.2 miles done!!! 18 weeks of training with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Team In Training got us to the LA Marathon early Sunday morning. It was an exciting, emotional and […]
Running a marathon is no small feat! There are over 500 marathons held throughout the world every year with the vast majority of the competitors being recreational athletes. A lot of work goes into training […]
Runners took to the streets Sunday to conquer the LA Marathon, but days later, the controversy continues. It concerns the gender challenge, which pits the women against the men to see who crosses the finish […]
BOOM!!! We successfully made it through our last practice as a team on Saturday by completing 8 short miles (Yes that’s short now) at Balboa Park. Over the last 4 months the Leukemia & Lymphoma […]
A sea of white T-shirts filled the Dodger Stadium parking lot over the weekend. It wasn’t too long before large puffs of colored powder poofed (that a word) among the thousands of runners and a […]
“We gonna run this town tonight.” Week 9 and 10 of my LA Marathon training took me to one of the most exotic, beautiful, unforgettable locations of my training journey to date, the treadmill at […]
“Run em like, run em, rum em, Whoop!” Week 8 of my LA Marathon training took place at the Inaugural New Year’s Race in Downtown LA on Saturday Night. Thousands lined the streets at 9pm […]