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Michelob ULTRA Rock 'n' RollSt. Louis Oct 14-15 / 2017

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Join the Celebration

In 2017, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series will be celebrating 20 Years Running. It all began in San Diego in 1998. 2017 will also mark Michelob ULTRA Rock ‘n’ Roll St. Louis Half Marathon’s 7th year with the series since its inaugural race in 2011, and its 16th since it began as the Lewis and Clark Mararthon in 2002. Rock ‘n’ Roll St. Louis proudly boasts that it is one of the most scenic courses in the Rock ‘n’ Roll family, with start and finish line views of the famous Gateway Arch, a historic downtown and picturesque neighborhoods framed by all the colors of foliage in the fall. Join us in St. Louis in 2017 for our series-wide celebration of 20 Years Running!

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2017 Course

Stay tuned for the 2017 course route! It’s sure to have all the sights you’ll want to discover in the Lou.

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2016 Race Highlight Video

Press play to see how much fun we had at last year’s race and make sure you don’t miss out this year!

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Half

Enjoy the downtown streets and scenic neighborhoods and get a new appreciation for all the sights of St. Louis. Enjoy the best of the Midwest and perfect fall running weather along your run. Rock along to on-course entertainment and party hard at the finish with headliner concert and beer garden.

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10K

A 10K means all the rockin' fun of the half marathon in a shorter distance. What's more, it means you have an additional way to achieve the Remix Challenge by running on both Saturday and Sunday!

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5K

Come along for a fun-run, or start your Remix Challenge with the Saturday 5K. Either way you'll enjoy a route that starts and finishes in Kaufman Parks and runs through downtown with scenic view of the Arch!

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