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Thanksgiving Day Half Marathon

November 23, 2023

Atlanta, GA

Get ready to gobble, wobble, and run your way through Atlanta this Thanksgiving! The Thanksgiving Day Half Marathon is serving up a festive feast of fun on November 23, 2023. Join us for a calorie-burning extravaganza that will have you sprinting faster than a turkey escaping the dinner table!
Get ready to gobble, wobble, and run your way through Atlanta this Thanksgiving! The Thanksgiving Day Half Marathon is serving up a festive feast of fun on November 23, 2023. Join us for a calorie-burning extravaganza that will have you sprinting faster than a turkey escaping the dinner table!
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About The Thanksgiving Day Half Marathon

Welcome to the Thanksgiving Day Half Marathon, held on November 23, 2023, in the vibrant city of Atlanta, GA! This exciting race promises a unique experience for all half marathon runners, combining the festive spirit of Thanksgiving with the beauty and energy of Atlanta.

As a runner, you will love the scenic route that winds through mesmerizing neighborhoods, iconic landmarks, and picturesque parks. The race website highlights the stunning Atlanta BeltLine, Piedmont Park, and the historic Fox Theatre as just a few of the incredible sights you’ll encounter along the way. With each step, you’ll immerse yourself in the rich history and culture of this thriving city, leaving you with unforgettable memories.

Aside from the captivating route, Atlanta itself has plenty to offer. Known as the “Hollywood of the South,” this city is a hub for the film and music industries. The birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr., Atlanta proudly embraces its civil rights heritage through various museums and landmarks. Moreover, Atlanta’s diverse culinary scene will leave your taste buds tantalized, offering an array of mouth-watering cuisines.

While November in Atlanta typically brings cooler temperatures, runners can expect a pleasant and comfortable climate for the race. The city experiences mild temperatures ranging from 45F to 60F (7C to 15C), creating an ideal atmosphere for an enjoyable run.

So lace up your running shoes and prepare for an unforgettable Thanksgiving Day Half Marathon in Atlanta! Get ready to soak in the stunning scenery, experience the city’s vibrant spirit, and indulge in delicious post-race treats. One thing’s for sure: this race will leave you feeling thankful, accomplished, and ready to loosen those belts for a well-deserved Thanksgiving feast!

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