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GO! St. Louis Marathon returns in April after virus cancels last year's event

GO! St. Louis Marathon returns in April after virus cancels last year's event

On a warm day for runners, two newcomers win at Go! St. Louis Marathon

Maggie Yount, 35, a St. Louis native who lives in Durango, Colo., wins the Go! St. Louis Marathon with a time of 2:55.55 in downtown St. Louis on Sunday, April 7, 2019. This was Yount's third marathon, and her second win. Photo by Robert Cohen,

The GO! St. Louis Marathon Weekend will go on this year, after the big event was canceled last year because of the pandemic, organizers announced Friday.

The event will take place on April 10-11 in downtown St. Louis and will have the theme “Stronger Together.”

The course mostly travels along Great Rivers Greenway’s Mississippi Greenway: Riverfront Trail, featuring a downtown finish at Kiener Plaza. There will be a full marathon, half marathon, and 10K races.

GO! St. Louis has hosted several virtual and in-person races this year, implementing several safety and physical distancing measures.

They include reducing the number of people who can register at less than 10 percent of a typical race, limiting the numbers of people allowed in 10 minute start time waves, requiring masks for runners at the start and finish lines and encouraging mask use while passing other runners.

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