CHICAGOLAND INLINE MARATHON, HALF MARATHON & 7k
Experience the 2nd largest Inline Marathon in the USA.
Experience the excitement of USA’s 2nd largest Inline Marathon. With three distances you can choose the challenge and fun that matches your fitness level: 7k, Half Marathon, or Marathon. Whether you’re a fitness skater, hockey player, roller skater, runner, cyclist, or first timer, it’s your time to join this Chicago tradition. Get your skates out and conquer the distance, receive your commemorative shirt and finisher’s medal.
Event will start rain, wind, shine, heat, etc. The schedule is weather dependent and event may be delayed due to lightning or other severe weather conditions.
Marathon, 26.2 Miles:
Advanced/Recreational & Fitness-recommended for 1st timers to advanced skater.
Elite Men & Women (Open), Masters Men & Women (Age 30-39), Elite Masters Men (Age 40-49), Elite Masters Men (Age 50+) must be able to skate a marathon faster than 1 hour 30 minutes minimum, no exceptions.
Half Marathon, 13.1 Miles:
7K, 4.35 Miles:
200 Meter Dash
Moisture Wicking Technical Short Sleeve Shirt
Event Bib Number
USA's 2nd Largest Inline Marathon
6:30 - 7:15 a.m. - Registration/Packet Pick Up at event start/finish location
7:30 a.m. - Skating Marathon/ Half Marathon & 7K (Recreational/Fitness Division)
9:00 a.m. - Free Kid's Inline 200 Meter Dash
9:30 a.m. - Rec/Fit Marathon, Half Marathon Awards
9:55 a.m. - Skating Marathon (Elite/Advanced Division)
11:30 a.m. - Elite/Advance Marathon, Half Marathon Awards
*Rec/Fit categories must be able to complete distance in 3 hours. Elite/Advanced must be able to complete distance in 1 hr. 40 min.
PACKET PICK UP
Packets will be available for pick up at the start/finish location at the time specified above. Packets will be available during specified packet pick up times only. To pick up your packet you will be required to sign a waiver and present valid photo ID. If you are picking up a packet for another participant you must bring a signed waiver and a copy of their photo ID.
The course travels through North Hoffman Estates, scenic AT&T complex, past Paul Douglas Forest Preserve and over a few hills. A water station will be provided on course and medical service will be stationed at the finish line. Please see course map for water station, suggested spectator spots, and parking locations. Put your skates on and conquer the distance.
2046 Lakewood Blvd
Hoffman Estates, IL
PARKING MAP-Please review
Marathon Course Map (NEW COURSE)
Half Marathon Course Map (NEW COURSE)
7k Course Map (NEW COURSE)
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Awards will be awarded to the top 3 participants, male and female in each age group for the marathon and half marathon for the recreational categories. Elite and Advance category awards to top 3 in each category.
Recreational Age Groups are as follows: 14 & U, 15-18, 19-30, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60 and 61+.
Elite (Men & Women Open, Men 30 - 39, Men 40 - 49, & Men 50+) and advanced categories will receive awards for the top 3 in each category.
This event is chip timed. All timing chips will be available at packet pick up. It is the participant’s responsibility to return their timing chips and to pay any fees for any unreturned timing chips.
Weather: The mean temperature on average is 72 degrees fahrenheit according weather.com. It is the participant’s responsibility to choose the proper clothing, nutrition and hydration for the event day weather.
The event will start rain, snow or shine. The event could be delayed due to lightning or other severe weather. Above Schedule is weather dependent
Headphones are prohibited from all inline events.
It is the participant’s responsibility to make sure that they do not impair their ability to hear and detect present or potential hazards and dangers.
Helmets are required for all inline skating events and must be worn at all times you are wearing your skates throughout the weekend.
Roller Skates/Quads are allowed in this event.
No Ski poles or pushing sticks or similar are allowed in all inline events
Spectators should view the course map for suggested spectator spots and road closures.