Half Marathon Walk

The Ogden Newspapers Half Marathon Classic Walk will start at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 25. This challenging course is well known for its changes in elevation. The Half Marathon Walk will have prize categories (for male and female) for the Open division. Race towels, bottled water and fresh fruit will be available to participants. Participants will receive one food voucher. Pre-registered participants are guaranteed a shirt. The race committee has determined that official race medals will be given to each finisher of the 43rd annual Ogden Newspapers Half Marathon Classic Walk. The medals will be handed out as walkers cross the finish line.

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