Chicago Marathon Results 2010
October 10, 2010 by USA Post
Chicago Marathon Results 2010, 2010 Bank of exciting views America Chicago Marathon race day at Bank of America Cheer area at the intersection of Franklin and Adams St. Lawrence, near the Sears Tower, the tallest building in North America.
Just a block from the CTA Quincy / Wells and two blocks from the Metra Union Station, you can encourage the runners as they turned west on Adams Street and head to the midway point of the marathon. Card Rally will be available for friends and family to create custom messages and provide runners with an extra boost.
If you want to watch the 2010 Bank of America Chicago Marathon LIVE and in person, Bank of America suggests that these sites:
Monroe (Red Line) Station – Race Start and Mile 2
Board a Red Line train and exit at Monroe. Walk a half-mile east toward Grant Park. The Marathon will start at Monroe St. and Columbus Dr.
Chicago (Red Line) Station – Miles 3.5 and 11.5
Board a Red Line train and exit at Chicago. Walk three blocks west of LaSalle St.
Addison (Red Line) station – 7.75 Mile
Board a Red Line train and exit at Addison. Walk four blocks east of Broadway.
Sedgwick (Brown Line) Station – Mile 10.25
Board Brown Line train and exit at Sedgwick. Walk half block north of North Ave.
16 miles and 16.5 – UIC-Halsted (Blue Line) Station
Aboard a Blue Line train and exit at UIC-Halsted. Use the exit or Halsted St. Morgan St. exit.
Walk two blocks north of Adams Morgan at St. Lawrence to see the runners at Mile 16 in Greektown or use of the Halsted St. exit at Mile 16.5.
18th station (pink line) – 19 Mile
Pink on a train and get off at 18th. Walk a block east of Ashland Ave.
Halsted (Orange Line) Station – Mile 20.5
On an Orange Line train and exit at Halsted.
35th Station Bronzeville-IIT (Green Line) – 23 Mile
Board a Green Line train and exit at 35th-Bronzeville-IIT. Use the 34th St. or 35th St. Laurent exit.
Sox-35th station (Red Line) – Mile 23.25
Board a Red Line train and exit at Sox-35th St. Walk two blocks east on 35th St. to State St.
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