OCTOBER 19, 2014.
DETAILS COMING SOON
Starting on Saturday, Oct. 19, various streets throughout the Columbus area will be closed to road traffic. All Start Line (Broad Street east of High Street) streets will reopen on Sunday, Oct. 20 by 1:00pm. All Finish Line streets (Nationwide Boulevard) will re-open on Sunday, Oct. 20 by 4:00 p.m. On Sunday, Oct. 20, 26.2 miles of the marathon course will be subject to rolling closures, based upon the expected time the first and last athlete passes each mile of the course.
Saturday, Oct. 19, 8 a.m.
>> Broad St. closes between High St.and Third St.
>> Nationwide Blvd. closes between McConnell and Marconi. (NOTE: Entrances and exits from all Nationwide parking lots and garages will remain accessible)
>> West St. from Marconi Extension to Nationwide Blvd closes.
Sunday, Oct. 20, 12:30 a.m.
>> McConnell Ave. from Spring St. to Nationwide Blvd. closes
>> Marconi Blvd. from Nationwide Blvd. to Ludlow St. closes
Sunday, October 20, 6:30 a.m.
>> Starting at Broad Street and for the 26.2 miles of the marathon course and the 13.1 miles of the ½ marathon course, roads will be subject to partial or full closure based upon the expected arrival times of the first and last athlete.
>> Spring St. west of Third to High Street (until noon)
Sunday, Oct. 20, 1 p.m.
>> Reopen all lanes of Broad Street.
Sunday, Oct. 20, 4 p.m.
>> Reopen all lanes of Nationwide Blvd.
THE PARTNERSHIP CONTINUES
Nationwide Children’s Hospital is honored to be the title beneficiary for the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Columbus Marathon & 1/2 Marathon for the second year.
The 2013 event raised $1.25 million and counting for Nationwide Children's Hospital in the second year of the partnership. This includes a $200,000 contribution from the Columbus Marathon board of trustees; $100,000 of that contribution will be directed to the Pulmonary Department at Nationwide Children's in honor of long-time Columbus Marathon volunteers Brent and Catherine LaCount and their daughter, Berkley.
You can still make a donation today for the life-saving work of Nationwide Children's Hospital by clicking here.
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