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2012 Marine Corps Marathon Washington,  District of Columbia

Donations as of April 16, 2014:

$726.20 Raised Offline
$362.40 Raised Online
$1,088.60 Total Raised

2012 Marine Corps Marathon

Join OAR for The People's Marathon. Arguably one of the most inspiring marathon courses in the country, this race includes such highlights as the the National Mall, Jefferson, Lincoln, FDR, Korean War and Vietnam Veteran's memorials. The final stretch challenges runners with an incline that builds up to a patriotic finish in front of the Iwo Jima Memorial and a finishers' chute lined with uniformed Marines. OORAH!

Already have your entry?

Runners who secured their own race entry at the official Marine Corps Marathon website at can still join the OAR team by signing up clicking the "Register" button at the top of this page and commiting to a $250 fundraising minimum. Be sure to select the "Have Race Entry" option when registering with OAR.

OAR is excited to partner with the Marathon Charity Cooperation again this year. OAR will cover the costs of the 18-week training program for RUN FOR AUTISM participants who commit to raise a minimum of $600.


Team Benefits


-Custom OAR dry-wick race singlet

-Complementary Invitation to Runners' Recognition Dinner

-Hospitality at the OAR tent in the Finish Line Celebration/Charity Village

-Fundraising Guide

-RUN FOR AUTISM team emails with training and fundraising tips

Once your fundraising reaches $50.00, you will be sent an OAR Runner's Kit. This kit includes the RUN FOR AUTISM t-shirt, specially designed race shirt and OAR information and fundraising material.

Date Sunday, October 28, 2012
Location Washington ,  District of Columbia
Contact Chelsea Steed


Comment Donation
John& Mary Bell
Tim Wiese Go Pete!!
Linda Reilly Good luck and thanks from a fellow OAR family.
Jeff Shouse
Jill Curtis
David Locke Proud of you Pete. Still a great inspiration to me.
Dan E.
Robin Jewett
D Kelly Great job Pete!
D Kelly First 1/2 BEAT 5:16 for the 2nd half
Sebastian Lopez Jr. Keep up the great work man
Diane Kellenburger Go kick some autism butt!

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