Half Marathon 13.1 MILES
Olympic Legacy Bridge
Course time Limit:
6 Hours, 30 Minutes
Nov. 8–Dec. 31
Jan. 1–Feb. 4
Feb. 5–Mar. 4
Mar. 5–Apr. 15
Apr. 15–Apr. 20
Apr. 21, 8pm MT
Online registration will remain open through the close of the expo. On-site registration is available at the Salt Lake City Marathon Quality of Life Expo on Friday, April 21, 2023 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. There is no on-site registration or packet pick-up on race day.
Half Marathon Information
Health & Safety
The marathon course will have 17 aid stations spaced approximately 1.3 to 1.7 miles apart. Each aid station will have a restroom facility, water, and Gatorade products. GU Energy will also be providing energy gels along the way.
Health & Safety
Medical personnel will be available at the start line, finish area and throughout the course to cover minor medical issues. The medical tent is located at the finish line, and stationary first aid stations will be located at miles 6 and 10. In addition, each aid station will have access to immediate E.M.T. and ambulance services if needed.
Health & Safety
A large number of portable toilets will be available at the start and finish area and along the course near every aid station. Please DO NOT relieve yourself on either private or public property along the course.
Course Time Limit
The University of Utah Health Salt Lake City Marathon is open to all participants of age who are able to finish in 6 Hours and 30 Minutes. Participants wishing to complete their event within that timeframe will need to maintain a 29 minute/mile or faster pace. There will be NO early start for runners.
If you are still on the course after 3 hours and 15 minutes, keep in mind that the full marathoners may be coming in from behind you, and you may be asked to continue the run on the sidewalk adjacent to our course. SAG wagons will patrol the route providing support to these participants.
We suggest that walkers and slower participants consider using a fanny pack that accommodates a water bottle and snacks.
Elite Runner Entry
The University of Utah Health Salt Lake City Marathon is proud to offer a special program to its elite athletes. If you are accepted into the program, you’ll enjoy:
• One complimentary entry into the 2022 University of Utah Health Salt Lake City Marathon
• VIP Passes to all official marathon celebration parties
• Eligibility for the prize money award of the event he/she is registered for only.
Note: Athletes are responsible for providing their own airfare, hotel, and transportation.
SWAG & Such
Marathon participants will receive the following:
• A one-of-a-kind cotton-poly blend T-shirt
• A finisher medal proudly highlighting your accomplishment;
• Gatorade, water, fruit, ice cream, and more at the finish line festival
• Professional event timing and live results messaging to track your race progress
All finishers will receive a finisher medal to proudly highlight your accomplishment. Additionally, custom designed plaques will be awarded three deep for the following male and female age categories:
14 & Under|15–19|20–24|25–29|30–34|35–39|40–44|45–49|50–54|55–59|60–64|65–69|70–74|75–79|80+
1st Place (Male | Female)
$350 + Running Shoes
2nd Place (Male | Female)
3rd Place (Male | Female)
Keep the Pace
Want to give yourself an extra boost toward meeting your time goal on race day? Join a pace team!
A pace team is a group of runners led by an experienced leader who is skilled at keeping the group on target for a specific pace. You’ll be supported by a cheerful leader while running with other athletes who share the same time goal as you. And the best part—running with a pace team is free to registered athletes.
The University of Utah Health Salt Lake City Marathon is proud to have the Utah Race Pacers leading pace groups for the following finishing times:
1 hour, 35 minutes | 1 hour, 40 minutes | 1 hour, 45 minutes | 1 hour, 50 minutes | 1 hour, 55 minutes | 2 hours | 2 hours, 10 minutes | 2 hours, 20 minutes | 2 hours, 30 minutes | 2 hours, 45 minutes | 3 hours | 3 hours, 30 minutes
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