Registration & Training
Registration is open online at: https://secure.getmeregistered.com/get_information.php?event_id=131144
Please check the registration page for current pricing.
Registered runners receive a Heartland Marathon shirt, finisher's medal and finish line party. All events are chip-timed.
Yes. The Heartland Marathon helps support the Omaha running community through the efforts of the Omaha Running Club. Additionally, the Heartland Marathon has selected the Omaha Police Foundation and the Council Bluffs Police Department as our 2019 Charity Partners.
Yes. We are proud to partner with Courtyard Omaha Downtown/Old Market for the Heartland Marathon. Limited discounted rooms are available until 8/18/19. Courtyard Omaha Downtown/Old Market is conveniently located just blocks away from the starting line.
101 S 10th St
Omaha, NE 68102
Yes. The Heartland Marathon is a USA Track and Field certified event allowing participants the opportunity to qualify for the Boston Marathon.
Full Marathon: NE17006GM
Half Marathon: NE17007GM
Yes. There is a six-hour time limit for the Marathon. The course will close at 1 p.m.
The Heartland Marathon allows you to change entries if you drop down in distance at no additional charge. Prior to the race, please contact us at email@example.com or stop by the registration table during Packet Pickup.
No. We love pets, but for the safety of the participants they are not allowed.
No. Baby joggers, baby strollers, skateboards and rollerblades will not be permitted on the courses.
Yes. Pace time designees will be in the staging area.
Yes. Heartland Marathon will provide chip timing for all participants. Results will be emailed to registered participants who have provided their email and posted on our site following the race.
Yes, ORC offers two training options -- a 20-week Marathon/Half Marathon Training Clinic and a women's only, 11-week program. Learn more.
Yes, the elevation for all three events is available here.
A marathon relay is a team division dividing 26.2 miles into five legs of various distances.
Marathon Relay teams must have at least three, and no more than five members.
Runners are responsible for getting to the exchange points.
Packet Pickup is Saturday, September 26, 2020. Additional details will be promoted closer to the event.
Yes. You may pick up packets for others. Please make sure to let them know you are picking up their packet so there is no confusion or “lost” packets.
No. You do not need your ID.
No. Race packets must be picked up on Saturday, September 26, 2020.
The events start at 345 Riverfront Drive in downtown Omaha. A tentative schedule is listed below.
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
Yes. Aid stations and portable toilets are located throughout the course at approximately every 2 miles. Water and Gatorade will be available at each aid station. Limited energy gels will be available at mile 18 of the marathon course only.
Yes! Bring signs, noisemakers (more cowbell!) and positive energy to cheer on the runners. Course maps are provided online to pick the best spot to cheer on runners. Please follow all traffic laws. Do NOT stop in the middle of the road and impede traffic.
Yes. You can securely store your personal items with our team at the gear check tent. Please be responsible and leave valuable items at home.
Yes. The full- and half-marathon course features time pacers. Look for your desired time in the staging area. For more information, visit http://heartlandmarathon.org/pacers
Results are available online at: http://onlineraceresults.com/event/view_event.php?event_id=21177
No. Simply look for the pacer signs with your desired finish time at the start line.