2018 DESIGNATED CHARITY PARTNERS
Omaha Police Foundation and the Council Bluffs Police Department
The Omaha Running Club proudly selects the Omaha Police Foundation and the Council Bluffs Police Department as the 2018 Heartland Marathon charity partners.
The Omaha Police Foundation promotes and strengthens the Omaha Police Department by providing financial support and creating community partnerships to ensure it has highly qualified officers who have the training, equipment and technology needed to prevent crime, save lives and make Omaha a safer community.
The Council Bluffs Police Department serve more than 62,000 residents providing 24/7 community-based police services. The department works diligently to leverage available resources and partnerships to enhance their ability to provide top quality service, build and strengthen relationships with all citizens, and to most effectively address crime and social issues.
We are proud to help support the great men and women who help serve and protect our community.
All races begin at 345 Riverfront Drive in downtown Omaha
7:00 am – Start of the Marathon, Marathon Relay and Half-Marathon
7:05 am – Start of the 10K
11:00 am – Awards Ceremony
1:00 pm - Course Closes
Please note, there is no packet pick-up or late registration on race day.
Join the Omaha Running Club for the 2018 Heartland Marathon Event Expo. The 2018 Expo is on Saturday, September 22, at Hilton Omaha, 1001 Cass Street.
The Expo is a perfect opportunity to pick up your packet, chat with vendors and shop the latest running gear.
HOST HOTEL: HILTON OMAHA
We are proud to once again partner with Hilton Omaha for the Heartland Marathon. Discounted rooms are available. Hilton Omaha is conveniently located in downtown Omaha just blocks away from the starting line.
1001 Cass St
Omaha, NE 68102
GUEST SPEAKER: JANE SERUES
Omaha Running Club is pleased to announce Jane Serues as the 2018 Heartland Marathon guest speaker. Jane is a true running legend.
She started running at the age of 27 and ran competitively for a number of years. In 1984, she qualified for the first US Women’s Olympic Marathon Trials setting her PR at 2:46. Her running career includes nine years at Runners World magazine, serving as a race director and working with various RRCA clubs. Always up for an adventure, she served as a tour escort on more than 40 marathon excursions all over the world.
Jane currently resides in North Myrtle Beach, SC, with her husband, Bill. She enjoys running, golfing and traveling.
RRCA Nebraska State Championship
The Heartland Full Marathon is proud to be the Road Runners Club of America's Nebraska State Marathon Championship for 2018.
Awards will be given for 1st place Male / Female Overall, Master, Grand Master and Senior Grand Master.