The Trinity Trail System is easily accessible to runners, spectators, volunteers, and medical personnel. Top locations for spectators to watch the Half Marathon and Full Marathon at a safe social distance along the Trinity Trail System:
- Under W. 7th Street Bridge
- Across the street from "Dream Park in Trinity Park"
- West Bend Shopping Center
- Woodshed Smokehouse
- The Trailhead Clearfork
- MUTTS Canine Cantine
- Acme Brick
- Under Bryant Irving bridge
- Tilley Bridge
- Panther Island Pavilion
*Note each location above is located adjacent to the Trinity Trails/Trinity River
Full Marathon & Half Marathon Routes:
Due to the "current" CDC and the State of Texas guidelines, we have decided to make this a two day event and cap each respective race distance to avoid overcrowding the trail. As we get closer to this event we may be able to increase the capacity of runners depending on the CRC and State of Texas guidelines/restricitions at that current time.
We will practice social distancing throughout the event by “reccomending” each registered participant to wear a mask at the start of the races and dispose of the mask shortly after the start of the race when they feel the crowd has disbursed enough. We will have a trashcan approximately 100-400 meters away from the start to dispose of temporary masks. This is a chip-timed event, therefore runners should distance themselves at the start accordingly to have a social distanced and safe start. We will line up according to your pace along the trails for the start. We will start in quick waves to limit the crowding at the start line. Please help us make this a successful TEAM EFFORT.
- Saturday, February 27, 2021 (5K & 10K)
- Sunday, February 28, 2021 (Full Marathon & Half Marathon)
Farrington Field Parking Lot (southwest corner)
1501 University Dr
Fort Worth TX 76107
Trinity Park Pavilion #3
- 10K- 7:45 AM on Saturday, February 27th
- 5K- 8:00 AM on Saturday, February 27th
- Full Marathon & Half Marathon- 7:00 AM on Sunday, February 28th
RACE DAY PACKET PICKUP BEGINS AT 6:00 AM AT RACE SITE on BOTH Days
(Register Online by 1st Tier)
- 5K Run/ Walk: $30
- 10K Run/ Walk: $35
- Half Marathon: $70
- Full Marathon: $80
(Register Online by 2nd Tier)
- 5K Run/ Walk: $35
- 10K Run/ Walk: $40
- Half Marathon: $80
- Full Marathon: $90
(Register Online by 3rd Tier)
- 5K Run/ Walk: $40
- 10K Run/ Walk: $45
- Half Marathon: $90
- Full Marathon: $100
(Race Day IF Event is not Sold Out)
- 5K Run/ Walk: $45
- 10K Run/ Walk: $50
- Half Marathon: $100
- Full Marathon: $110
NOTE: Race shirts are Men's/Unisex-sized technical fabric. Specific sizes and availability are only guaranteed for pre-registered participants that register prior to February 26th.
Luke's Locker - Shops at Clearfork
5255 Monahans Avenue
Fort Worth, TX 76109
Friday, February 26, 2021
12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
- Women and Men
- Overall Male & Female
- Overall Master Male and Female
Overall Grandmaster Male and Female
- Runners 12 & Under; 13-15; 16-18; 19-24; 25-29; 30-34; 35-39; 40-44; 45-49; 50-54; 55-59; 60-64; 65-69; 70-74; 75-79; 80 & Over
AWARDS ARE AWARDED THREE DEEP IN EACH AGE GROUP FOR THE 5K, 10K, HALF MARATHON, & FULL MARATHON
*Due to "current" social distancing, we will not hold a formal awards ceremony at this event. Results will be posted live at www.coxracingservices.com. As we get closer to the actual event we may be able to have a live award ceremony at race site shortly following the conclusion of each respective race. We will provide updates accordingly. All award winners can pick up their awards at the event site during the event or at Luke's Locker in Fort Worth the following week.
ALL FINISHERS IN THE FULL MARATHON, HALF MARATHON, 10K, & 5K WILL RECEIVE THE CUSTOM UNIQUE FINISHER MEDALS FOR EACH RESPECTIVE DISTANCE.
Awards will not be mailed after the event. Therefore, award winners must pick up their award at race site or by March 14th at Lukes Locker in Fort Worth.
RESULTS WILL BE CHIP-TIMED BY COX RACING SERVICES
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Call Demery Cox at 817-793-3064 or email email@example.com
History of Fort Worth also known as Panther City: (Wikipedia)
In 1875, the Dallas Herald published an article by a former Fort Worth lawyer, Robert E. Cowart, who wrote that the decimation of Fort Worth's population, caused by the economic disaster and hard winter of 1873, had dealt a severe blow to the cattle industry. He further stated that the harm to the cattle industry, combined with the railroad stopping the laying of track 30 miles (48 km) outside of Fort Worth, had caused Fort Worth to become such a drowsy place that he saw a panther (cougar, mountain lion) asleep in the street by the courthouse. Although an intended insult, the name Panther City was enthusiastically embraced when in 1876 Fort Worth recovered economically. Many businesses and organizations continue to use Panther in their name. The Fort Worth police have a panther prominently set at the top of their badge.
All participants will receive Custom Finishers Medals. Races shirts are Technical Fabric. (NOTE: Race shirt are only guaranteed for pre-registered participants.)