Chicago Marathon 2011

February 1, 2011 by USA Post 

Chicago Marathon 2011, Those interested in participating can visit to register. The cost to participate in the Chicago Marathon and 140 unless you are a resident of the United States, the cost rises to and 170. If you are on the border of your decision to take noting that the registration period has a limit.

Once the capacity of 45,000 participants is reached, they will close the registration allowance. Bank of America Chicago Marathon site predicts that capacity will be reached in about 51 days.
The marathon is taking place Sunday, October 9, 2011 at Grant Park, Chicago, Illinois from 07:30. According to a press release earlier, the Bank of America Chicago Marathon “is one of the most prestigious marathons in the world, and is one of the five World Marathon Majors.” The five other majors include: the Boston Marathon, London Marathon, Marathon in New York and Berlin.

It attracts nearly 45,000 participants each year, with 1.7 million viewers. The race offers more than just bragging, he was able to raise over $ 11.5 million in charitable donations, and at the same time generating nearly $ 150 million for the economies of host cities. This year, two dollars of each entry, along with a match dollar for dollar by the Bank of America will go to Chicago-based enforcement and youth initiatives.
Planning committee for the team, Happy Heart Month! As you know, registration for the Chicago Marathon 2011 has started at midnight last night. With many others, I enrolled to start again! By the slowness of the site loaded, it seems many, many others did as well! I’m excited about this race!
Registration for the 2011 Bank of America Chicago Marathon is open to the public beginning at midnight (CST), Tuesday, February 1, 2011 to The 34th annual Bank of America Chicago Marathon will take place Sunday, October 9, 2011, to and from Grant Park in Chicago. Registration will be open to the 45,000 registered first.

Bank of America Chicago Marathon is one of the most prestigious marathons in the world, and is one of the five World Marathon Majors. “Each year, the event provides a rapid course and is based on a longstanding tradition of supporting Chicago-area economy and more than 150 nonprofit organizations that raise funds to advance the causes of local, national and global. Chicago Event Management (CEM) manages the annual event.

Participation in the 2011 Bank of America Chicago Marathon will directly benefit the implementation of youth programs in Chicago. Two dollars of each entry with a dollar for dollar match by Bank of America will be given to young Chicago-based running and fitness initiatives.

The cost to register for the 2011 Bank of America Chicago Marathon is for participants and 145 U.S. and 170 and for participants outside the United States registration will close when the capacity of participants of 45,000 is reached. More information about the breed, registration and how to get involved is available at

About Bank of America Chicago Marathon

In its 34th year, and a member of the World Marathon Majors, the Bank of America Chicago Marathon annually attracts 45,000 participants, including a runner and world-class field of elite wheelchair, and about 1.7 million viewers. Because of its circulation nationally and internationally, the iconic race helps raise over $ 11.5 million and for a variety of charitable causes while generating and 150 million economic impacts on its host city, according to a report published by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the regional economy Applications Laboratory (REAL). 2011 The Bank of America Chicago Marathon will start and finish in Grant Park in Chicago from 0730, Sunday, Oct. 9. In anticipation of the race two days Health & Fitness Expo will be held at McCormick Place Convention Center on Friday, October 7 and Saturday, October 8. More information is available on

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