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If you want to support the local running community and the fight against cancer, we'd love for you to get involved.

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I RUN FOR... HALF MARATHON  |  REGISTER


Copyright 2014. Anne Seepersaud. The I Run For... Half Marathon name and logo are trademarks owned by our 501(c)3 organization formed 3/28/14.

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Our race provides many opportunities for you to gain exposure for your business or organization.

RACE LIMITED TO 400 RUNNERS!


You can also order a race T-shirt and/or road sign with the name of a loved one. Register now.


Who do you run for? I run for my sister Sue Congdon Medina, who has been so courageous in her battle with breast cancer. This half marathon’s purpose is to empower our loved ones to continue the fight against cancer, remember those we have lost, and to raise funds for cancer research. I encourage you to wear a shirt that shares who you run for or that shares an inspirational quote.

- Anne Seepersaud, Race Director


Can't make it to the Town of Maine on Sept. 7? Participate in our virtual half marathon.

Help knock out cancer while enjoying a scenic run.

Field limited to 400 runners. Our out-and-back course starts/finishes at the Town of Maine Park, just off NYS Route 26 (see map).The entry fee is $40 until Aug. 22, and $65 afterward. Race T-shirts are $10, and can be customized with a loved one's name or an inspirational message. For $20, you can have a sign on the course with your message or loved one's name. T-shirts and/or signs can be ordered when you register. Entry fees are not refundable under any condition. Entries transferable with race director's permission. Race begins at 10 a.m. Race-day registration (if available) and check-in from 8 to 9:45 a.m. Parking available at Maine Memorial School (see map).

Net proceeds from this race will benefit Meyer Cancer Center at Weill Cornell Medical College. The I Run For... Half Marathon is an affiliate member of the Road Runners Club of America, through which we are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.