Back for 2024 is the "bundle" registration option for our three longest races!
Go Short, Go Long, Go Very Long | T-Town Half Marathon | Golden Driller Marathon
If you plan to do an event at each of these races, you should consider registering for the BUNDLE. If you sign up for all three races at once, you will get an EXTRA 5% off the registration fee for each race! In order to get the EXTRA discount, you HAVE to choose BUNDLE from the registration page from any of the three races. You can mix and match the distances you want to participate in - for example you could do the 5k at GSGLGVL, the half marathon at T-Town and the marathon at Golden Driller. Any combination is available! See the image below for what to look for when registering to pick BUNDLE:
Saturday, January 20th, 2024
Go Short, Go Long, Go Very Long
It's time to Go Short, Go Long, Go Very Long!
Our annual 5K, 10K, 25K, and 50K is back again, make sure you register early!
This race has a distance for every level of runner or walker - from a 5k to a 50k. All courses are along the paved Riverparks Trail system in Tulsa, and are very flat with the exception of one hill that is encountered once on the 25k course and twice on the 50k course. The 5k and 10k courses are VERY FLAT!
Great finisher medals for all distances, a great long sleeved tech shirt, and great post race food. A annual Tulsa favorite race!
*Please note there is a 9.5 hour time limit for the 50K
Saturday March 30th, 2024
T-TOWN Half Marathon
The 7th annual spring half marathon plus 5k starts and finishes in downtown Tulsa. The half marathon includes several miles along the banks of the beautiful Arkansas River.
Each year the finisher medal for the T-Town Half will feature iconic downtown Tulsa architecture.
- The first medal for the 2018 event was the top of the 1930's era Blue Dome building.
- The 2019 medal featured the top of the iconic art deco Philtower Building.
- The 2020 medal featured the Boston Avenue Methodist Church.
- The 2021 medal featured Mid-Continent Tower.
- The 2022 medal will feature the Warehouse Market Building.
- The 2023 medal will feature the Tulsa Union Depot.
- The 2024 medal will feature the Tulsa Fire Alarm building.
The Tulsa Fire Alarm Building is a historic Art Deco building at 1010 East Eighth Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It was built in 1931 and served as the central reporting station for the Tulsa Fire Department. Fires were reported from alarm boxes spread around town to this building and the firemen in this building would alert the fire station closest to the fire. At the time of its construction, this system was the best available alarm system. The building is just east of the Inner Dispersal Loop in Tulsa's Pearl District. The 5k is completely contested on downtown Tulsa streets, while the half marathon will be a mix of downtown streets and paved Riverparks Trail.
All entrants will receive a tech shirt as well as a great finisher medal that features the Tulsa Fire Alarm building. Post race food and beer for those 21 and over will also be available.
Saturday April 20th, 2024
Golden Driller Marathon
The 9th annual Golden Driller Marathon will be held on April 20, 2024.
The Golden Driller marathon includes a race distance for all levels from 5k to marathon! All races will be held on the very nice paved trails of Tulsa's Riverparks system along the banks of the Arkansas River. The race gets it's name from the iconic Golden Driller statue located at EXPO Square in Tulsa. For more details on this Tulsa icon visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Driller.
Each participant will receive a tech shirt with their entry, as well as a great custom finisher medal that features the Golden Driller. This race is known for it's small size and friendly nature, as well as great post race food and beer for those 21 and over. This is a great smaller marathon or half for those who want to avoid the crush of giant big city races.
The course is flat and fast, with the exception of one hill that appears on the marathon course. All other courses are flat. On-site parking at the start/finish is available.
The start/finish area is located very close to downtown Tulsa (within 3 miles) and many downtown hotels.
All courses are USATF certified and the marathon is a Boston qualifier.