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GO! St. Louis Marathon & Family Fitness Weekend
April 8 & 9, 2017

Participant Guide
Athlete Tracking
The 2017 GO! St. Louis Marathon & Family Fitness Weekend, which is scheduled for April 8 & 9, 2017 continues to be our signature event, attracting over 25,000 participants in 11 races. The Marathon Weekend features races for people of all ages and fitness abilities, and includes a marathon, half marathon, marathon relay, 7K, 5K run/walk, GO! St. Louis Read, Right & Run Marathon, children’s fun runs and a mature mile. As a St. Louis original, participants will enjoy St. Louis-themed finish line food, top quality race shirts, great-looking finisher medals and a post-race party with a local band. Marathon Weekend has become a national model for other running organizations and communities, looking to inspire residents to make community wellness a priority.

2017 GO! St. Louis Marathon & Family Fitness Weekend

Other Events

  • GO! Missouri™ KT82 Trail Relay
    The GO! Missouri™ KT82 is an exciting one day, 82-Mile trail relay that starts in St. Louis County and finishes in Hermann, MO. June, 2017.
  • GO! St. Louis All-American 5K & Fun Run
    The GO! St. Louis All-American 5K & Fun Run promises to be pure All-American fun, complete with apple pie and ice cream, and is open to all ages and fitness abilities.
  • GO! St. Louis Run at the Raceway
    GO! St. Louis’ newest addition to its annual calendar of events is the GO! St. Louis Run at the Raceway. The event, scheduled for the evening of August 19, 2017, will take place at the Gateway Motorsports Park and features a 5K Run/Walk, Mile Time Trial, Fun Run and 4-person Beer Relay.
  • The Great GO! St. Louis Halloween Race
    The Great GO! St. Louis Halloween Race is host to a half marathon, 10K, 5K and 1-mile fun run- with a special Halloween twist! This event attracts many of the region’s elite runners, along with thousands of runners and walkers of all ages and abilities.

Tips & Resources

Check out our GO! Get Fit section, which has a variety of training programs for all race distances, from a 5K to a 26.2 full marathon. In addition, check out the healthy recipes, video fitness tips and resourceful links, all designed to assist in your efforts to lead a healthy life.

GO! St. Louis Challenges

In 2016, GO! St. Louis will be giving runners an opportunity to participate in our races in a new and challenging way.This is your chance to commit to being a part of GO! St. Louis events year-round, lock-in low pricing on all of our races with one payment and get some awesome swag just for Challenge participants.

Videos and Photos

Click on the video frame above to view our featured video — 2015 GO! St. Louis Marathon Weekend. We post videos and photo libraries from every one of our events.



GO! St. Louis is committed to fighting the rising rate of youth obesity and keeping St. Louis healthy and fit. Our unique youth programs have quickly gained national recognition and focus on developing physical fitness skills, nutrition tips, and training tools to encourage students of all ages to lead a healthy lifestyle. We offer three programs, which encourage students beginning in kindergarten through high school the opportunity participate.

Read, Right & Run Marathon®

The GO! St. Louis Read, Right, & Run Marathon® (RRRM) presented by Express Scripts was launched in 2001 and quickly gained national recognition, most recently recognized by RUNNING USA as the “2013 Youth Program of the Year.”The program’s goal is to develop reading-proficient, community-minded and physically fit children in grades K-5 by challenging them to READ 26 books, RIGHT the community with 26 good deeds, and RUN 26.2 miles over a six-month period. It is a standards-based, sustainable, enrichment program that endorses and supports existing school curriculum.

Middle School Milers

GO! St. Louis Middle School Milers was created in 2014 to meet the needs of students in grades 6 – 8, who are at an in-between period where fitness can have a big impact on not just their physical health, but their overall outlook. Many schools may not have a developed sports program but a running/walking enrichment program may provide an energy outlet for students. Students will follow a 9-week training program with a goal of running/walking the GO! St. Louis 5K on April 9, 2016.

Students on the GO!

Students on the GO! is a team-based program to engage high school students in an active and healthy lifestyle year-round. Students train to run or walk (or a combination of both!) the GO! St. Louis Half Marathon each April. Students embark on a personal journey of self-discovery where they explore and experience the lifelong benefits of a comprehensive health and fitness program.


If you are looking for a fun and rewarding experience, consider joining the more than 3,000 volunteers who help make GO! events and programs a success. The GO! St. Louis Marathon & Family Fitness Weekend requires the majority of our volunteer needs, but as a not-for-profit organization, we have additional events such as the All-American 5K & Fun Run, The Great GO! St. Louis Halloween Race and the GO! Missouri KT82 Trail Relay, which require additional volunteer support.  Learn more…


We are seeking sponsor partners who understand the importance of encouraging health and fitness as a way of life and providing people with an avenue to accomplish their personal goals.

Sponsoring a GO! St. Louis event or program means supporting goal-oriented people, reaching a diverse audience and distinguishing your products and services through positive exposure.

Learn more…


Our Current Sponsors

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GO! St. Louis is a founding member of USA Today Sports Active Alliance, presented by Mazda.

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GO! for a Cause – The Official Charity Program of GO! St. Louis

GO! St. Louis offers non-profit organizations the opportunity to fundraise and bring cause awareness through its GO! for a Cause Charity Program. This program provides an exciting and rewarding opportunity for individual participants to accomplish training goals, while at the same time, raise funds and awareness for their favorite charity. Since its inception in 2010, GO! for a Cause has helped to raise close to $2 million for area causes!

Read more or Contact Alison Berger at (314) 727-0800 or aberger@gostlouis.org for more information.


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GO! St. Louis Announces New Race Site

January 13th, 2017|Comments Off on GO! St. Louis Announces New Race Site

The GO! St. Louis Marathon & Family Fitness weekend moves to Riverfront

After 16 years at Soldiers Memorial, GO! St. Louis is moving the Marathon & Family Fitness Weekend Sunday start and finish line to the St. Louis Riverfront next to the Gateway Arch. The 2017 Marathon and Family Fitness Weekend […]

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GO! St. Louis Announces 2017 Marathon Weekend Date

July 19th, 2016|Comments Off on GO! St. Louis Announces 2017 Marathon Weekend Date

GO! St. Louis is excited to announce that the 2017 Marathon & Family Fitness Weekend is set for April 8 and 9. This year’s lineup of events features all of the same wonderful GO! St. Louis races, including the second annual Mississippi 7K! […]

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Mississippi 7K: A Marathon Day Experience Without Running the Marathon

February 5th, 2016|Comments Off on Mississippi 7K: A Marathon Day Experience Without Running the Marathon

This is an exciting new way to experience the GO! St. Louis Marathon Weekend events: be a part of Sunday’s action – at the start line, on the bridges, and across state lines – but without all the miles! […]

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GO! St. Louis Announces New President

January 13th, 2016|Comments Off on GO! St. Louis Announces New President

ST. LOUIS (MO) – January 13, 2016 – The GO! St. Louis® board of directors has announced that Nancy Lieberman, founder of the nonprofit organization, will step down as president effective June 30, 2016, and has named Mona Langenberg as her successor. […]