Sunday, September 11, 2022 • Los Angeles, CA • Course Map
Note: The 2022 race has been canceled.
Run through glamorous Los Angeles while honoring fallen law enforcement officers and first responders in the third annual Run to Remember Los Angeles Half Marathon & 10K. Not only will runners get to run through the heart of Los Angeles and Hollywood, but the route through Paramount Pictures Studios will also take runners through a variety of sets midrace.
The half marathon route begins at The Grove dining and entertainment center in Los Angeles before taking runners on a route through historic Los Angeles. Runners can expect aid stations roughly every two miles, decorated with themes and stocked with water, sports drinks, and energy gels. On-course entertainment will keep running spirits high as the race continues.
Half marathoners turn around at Barnsdall Park before running back to the Grove — but not before running on the red carpet through Paramount Pictures Studios between miles 9 and 10. Paparazzi will be on hand to give runners the celebrity photo treatment while racing through the studio. There is also a tribute to the first responders before crossing the finish line. And who knows, you might spot a celebrity or two along the way.
Race Weather & Climate
Like the rest of southern California, Los Angeles usually sees mild weather in the early fall with the occasional cool morning. Fall in Los Angeles is dry, with just over 0.8 inches of rain for the month.
On race day (Sep. 11), the average low is 54ºF and the average high is 72ºF.
- 2018 Run to Remember Los Angeles Half Marathon Results
- 2017 Run to Remember Los Angeles Half Marathon Results
- 2016 Run to Remember Los Angeles Half Marathon Results
7:00 AM – half marathon and 10K
- $120 for the half marathon
- $60 for the 10K
- prices subject to increase as race day grows closer
To reserve your spot in the 2022 running of Run to Remember Los Angeles Half Marathon & 10K, register online at RaceRoster.com here.
Official Race Website
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