2018: Sunday, March 25, 2018
Sunday, March 26, 2017
Point to Point
Race Day Weather
47° F (8°C)
PR Score & Course Score
2017: 80 Finishers
2016: 108 Finishers
2015: 77 Finishers
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The point-to-point Arbuckles to Ardmore Race for Mercy Marathon course begins at the historic Turner Falls Overlook in the Arbuckle Mountains and winds downhill, intercepting the Half Marathon course beginning at the Murray County & Carter County line. The course continues downhill through the scenic countryside of the foothills until the course turns east for an out-and-back leg through the Bar Nothin’ Horse Ranch near Springer.
Runners return to Hwy 77 for the straight stretch into Ardmore, with an overall elevation drop of 538 feet over the first 15.5 miles of the course.
A small elevation climb begins at mile 16 and continues until runners turn west for a final out-and-back to the lake inside Ardmore Regional Park and finish at the 50 yard-line inside nearby Noble Stadium.
The Arbuckles to Ardmore Race for Mercy Marathon was the 400th largest marathon in the U.S. last year and was the 381st largest in 2016.
Last year 11.3% of finishers qualified for the Boston Marathon and 10.2% of runners qualified for Boston in 2016.
This gives the Arbuckles to Ardmore Race for Mercy Marathon the 175th highest percentage of Boston Marathon qualifiers in the U.S. last year and the 199th highest percentage in 2016.
There are currently no Course or PR Scores for the Arbuckles to Ardmore Race for Mercy Marathon. If you would like scores calculated, send a request here.
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Max Elevation: 1243 feet (378m)
Min Elevation: 757 feet (230m)
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