Date and time:Sunday, October 13, 2013 | 7am
Notice: Thank you for your interest in ALZ Stars! At this time we are sold out of post-close spots for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon. We are still accepting open registration participants, so if you are registered for the race, we welcome you to join our team!
Challenge yourself to change the course of Alzheimer’s disease by signing up to be an ALZ Star. Go the distance in the fight against this devastating disease by training for and completing the 2013 Bank of America Chicago Marathon while raising valuable funds to advance the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association.
ALZ Stars has post close spots available for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon! Didn't win the lottery?
Hit the jackpot with an ALZ Stars guaranteed post close entry!
To join the team please register for ALZ Stars as a post-close participant. There is no cost to register for the program! You will then recieve information on how to complete your marathon registration.
Please note: In order to more fully fund the mission, the Alzheimer's Association does not cover the cost of race registration.
Each ALZ Stars team member will receive a technical T-shirt to train in and wear on race day. We will provide you with a training plan, fundraising guidance and, most importantly, the camaraderie of a team that is participating to achieve the same vision--a world without Alzheimer’s disease. We’ll celebrate our progress and share our enthusiasm at the pre-race pasta dinner. On race day, enjoy exclusive access to the ALZ Stars tent and amenities.
Please contact Ellie Simpson, Manager of Athletic Events at 847-324-0378 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org !
Top Fundraisers1 - Chuck Aron ($12,815.20)
2 - Timothy Farley ($8,945.00)
3 - Ben Klemz ($6,842.00)
4 - A Run To Remember ($5,728.80)
5 - Kelly Sachter ($4,302.00)
6 - Leann Hissem ($4,280.00)
7 - Mike Colonna ($4,038.13)
8 - Lynn Hanley ($3,950.00)
9 - Ryan Paris ($3,575.00)
10 - Maggie McGauley ($3,041.20)
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