Registration is NOW OPEN for the 10-year anniversary Mesa Marathon, taking place on 02.12.22.

If you were previously registered for the 2021 event, check your email for instructions.

Marathon Start Time:

6:30 AM

Brief Marathon Description

The Mesa Marathon has a beautiful race course that begins below the large white Phoenix sign painted on Usery Mountain. Marathon runners will experience nearly 1,000 feet of net elevation loss in this fast Boston Qualifier. The race has thousands of parking spots available around the finish at a large shopping center in Mesa. Marathon runners will enjoy the diverse scenery from cactus desert to spectacular views of the Phoenix Valley from N. Usery Pass Rd.

Please Note: Registration for the Mesa Marathon (formerly known as the Mesa Phoenix Marathon) is limited.

Marathon Course Map

TURNS MADE FROM START TO FINISH:

  • Begin south on N. Usery Pass Rd.
  • Right at McDowell Rd.
  • Right at N. Ridgecrest
  • Continue on N. Ridgecrest
  • Veer Left onto E. Eagle Crest Dr. (N. Ridgecrest becomes E. Eagle Crest Dr.)
  • Right at N. Power Rd.
  • Left at E. Redmont Dr.
  • Left at N. Recker Rd.
  • Right at E. McDowell Road
  • Left at N. Val Vista Dr.
  • Right at E. Brown Rd.
  • Left at N. Mesa Dr.
  • Right at E. 1st St.
  • Right at N. Robson
  • Right at W. University
  • Left at N. Center St.
  • Left at W. Brown Rd.
  • Veer Left onto N. Date (W. Brown Rd. becomes N. Date)
  • Right at W. Rio Salado Pkwy
  • Right at N. Alma School Rd.
  • Left at Bass Pro Dr. to finish

Age Divisions Include the Following

    1-14
    15-18
    19-24
    25-29
    30-34
    35-39
    40-44
    45-49
    50-54
    55-59
    60-64
    65-69
    70-74
    75-79
    80+

Additional Marathon Information

  • Aid stations at miles: 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26.2
  • All participants receive a tech shirt
  • Music will be played throughout the course
  • Finisher medals will be given to those who complete the course in less than 6 hours
  • Awards go to the top 3 in each age division in the marathon
  • Top 3 men and women receive prize money
  • The Mesa Marathon (formerly known as the Mesa Phoenix Marathon) is USATF sanctioned and certified