musiccityhalf16

Music City Half Marathon, 10k, And 5k

Date Saturday, March 18 2017
LocationEast Bank Landing - Nashville Riverfront
Races
  • Half Marathon -
      Saturday 08:00 AM
  • 10k -
      Saturday 08:15 AM
  • 5k -
      Saturday 08:30 AM

Welcome

Team Magic is so excited to present the 11th annual Music City Half Marathon. This course takes you along the banks of the winding Cumberland River that flows through and around downtown Nashville.

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We are excited to announce Cumberland River Compact will be one of our charity partners for this race! The course runs along the beautiful Cumberland RIver. The Compact is an 18 year old not for profit organization dedicated to the heath and enjoyment of the Cumberland River and its tributaries through education, collaborations and on-the-ground restoration. 3 million people and 480 unique species depend on clean and abundant water from Cumberland River basin. Compact staff and thousands of volunteers work hard each and every day to keep these beautiful waters clean. Donate: HERE. www.cumberlandrivercompact.org

We are also excited to welcome the United States Navy as a charity partner for this event! They will be at the race site cheering you on and providing support. Be sure to thank them on the course for helping make your race great!

Course Overview

The Music City Half Marathon, 10k, and 5k will be held on the east side of the Cumberland River by the beautifully renovated East Bank Landing, staged adjacent to Nissan Stadium, home of the Tennessee Titan's. 
There is complimentary parking in Lot R - directly adjacent to the race staging area, under the Shelby Pedestrian Bridge.

Using the Cumberland River Greenway from downtown to the Metro Center Area. The Half Marathon, 10k, and 5k courses are pure out and back courses, with the 10k and 5k just turning around sooner.

HOW ABOUT THE HILLS? You get a flat start behind Nissan Stadium, then climb from 0.5 ish to 0.9 ish mile up the Woodland Street Bridge, crossing the Cumberland River into the west side of downtown. On your return, you have about a 0.25 mile climb back up 1st Ave N from the Gay Street Connector back up to the Woodland Street Bridge at around mile 5 for the 10k and mile 12 for the Half Marathon, but down hill all the way to the finish line from that point.


Check out the Half Marathon online map HERE, the 10k online map HERE and 5k online map HERE.

PDF Map: Half Marathon,10k & 5k PDF Course map

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