Thursday, March 3, 2011

Chicago Marathon Registation Closed

When it comes to the Bank of America Chicago Marathon, here is no sign of a decline in interest! The field is filled and closed. From the Bank of America Chicago Marathon people:

Registration Has Closed for the 2011 Bank of America Chicago Marathon
Registration for the 2011 Bank of America Chicago Marathon officially closed today. The 45,000-participant capacity was met in a record 31 days. A limited number of entries remain available through affiliated charities and tour groups for the October 9 race.

More than 90 of the race's affiliated charities have entries remaining for participants still looking for a way into this year's field. By registering through a charity, runners simultaneously become members of a fundraising effort that has generated nearly $60 million since 2002. For more information on entries available through the Charity Program, click here.

Chicago Marathon hopefuls living outside the U.S. also have the option to secure an entry via a number of tour operators offering travel packages that include registration to the 2011 race. For more information on late registrations available through the International Tour Group Program, click here.

2 comments:

Laura said...

While registration for the 2011 Bank of America Chicago Marathon has closed, Access Living (like most charities) still has spots available to runners. In fact, we have 7 spots still available. Feel free to visit our registration site:

http://www.accessliving.org/index.php?tray=content&tid=top891&cid=v31

or contact me directly at lkingsbury@accessliving.org with any questions.

Access Living is a change agent committed to fostering an inclusive society that enables Chicagoans with disabilities to live fully-engaged and self-directed lives. Because we recently received an anonymous matching challenge grant, your new donations will actually provide twice the support of Access Living's programs and services!

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