36th Running of the Marine Corps Marathon!

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Start:
October 1, 2011
Venue:
Netherlands Carillon
Address:
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100 North Marshall Dr., Arlington, VA, United States, 22209

Washington, DC - The Semper Fi Fund will have over 800 community runners and over 50 Team Semper Fi members running in the 2011 Marine Corps Marathon -- making the SFF the largest charity group on the MCM course on October 30!!

The SFF would like to thank all our Semper Fi Fund Team runners for raising awareness and support for our mission! Their goal is to raise over $500,000 for our injured service members and their families. You can help them reach their goal by supporting the team today!

The Semper Fi Fund would also like to thank our wonderful sponsors for their support this year! Thank you FLIR, HP, Akin Gump LLP, EAS Sport, New Balance of DC, Donohoe Properties and Mail Boxes Etc/The UPS Store!

Support a Runners!

Click on button below to support your favorite SFF MCM Runner or the Team!
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Thank you Sponsors!

FLIR, Inc.
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Akin Gump Straus Hauer & Feld, LLC
 
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    Benefits of joining the Community Semper Fi Team:
  • Great coaching tips from Coach Corey! Download "MCM Final Day Tips"
  • A Semper Fi Fund shirt and gift bag!
  • An online fundraising link set up by Active.com that you can send to your donors.
  • Fun post-marathon amenities at our Semper Fi Fund tent.
  • Timely updates from our Race Coordinator.
  • Coaching advice from Corey Petersen.
  • Semper Fi Fund Pasta Dinner: Saturday, October 29, 2011. Join other runners and our Team Semper Fi Veteran Athletes for an evening of great food and camaraderie.
  • Prizes for the top fundraisers!
  • The heartfelt thanks of the injured Marines, Sailors, Airmen and Soldiers you will be supporting!
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    Marine Corps Marathon LogoAbout the MCM: The MCM was established in 1976, and as of 2009 the MCM became the fourth largest marathon in the United States and the eighth largest in the world with runners from more than 50 participating countries.

    The race typically occurs a few weeks before the United States Marine Corps birthday on November 10. The Marine Corps Marathon is known as "The People's Marathon" because it is open to all runners ages 14 and above and is the largest marathon not to offer prize money.