Upcoming Registration Fee Increase and Deadlines.
Mark your calendars and don’t be late. You don’t want to miss out on the upcoming deadlines and price increase. Participants in the 10th Anniversary Williams Route 66 Marathon have until midnight on Monday, August 31st to take advantage of lower registration fees. Don’t miss out – all races are expected to sell out, so register […]Read More
Registration is Open!
Registration for the 2015 Williams Route 66 Marathon is officially open! We promise you don’t want to miss the awesome surprises we have in store for you this year. Take advantage of early bird registration rates and save some cash before our prices increase! Our registration policies have changed this year to accommodate event changes […]Read More
Registration is open for the 10th Anniversary of the Williams Route 66 Marathon
Registration for the Marathon and Half Marathon at the 10th Anniversary of the Williams Route 66 Marathon is now open! The races will be run on Saturday November 21 and Sunday November 22, 2015. Special 10th Anniversary pricing is available to the first 400 participants to register for the Marathon or Half Marathon. 10th Anniversary Special Pricing Marathon […]Read More
Sunday’s Initial Results
More than 8,000 participants registered for Sunday’s races at the ninth-annual Williams Route 66 Marathon. Unofficial Results Jason Cook, 33-year-old from Norman, Okla., earned the male overall winner title and Melissa Truitt, 29-year-old from Tulsa, Okla., won the female overall winner title. The male masters winner was Joe Heikes, age 48 from Olathe, Kan. and […]Read More
2014 Kjell Tovander Award winner
The Williams Route 66 Marathon board of directors, along with the Tovander family, named Bobby Ballard the 2014 Kjell Tovander Award recipient. The award recognizes an individual who impacts the world in an uplifting way and is named in honor of Kjell Tovander who died while trying to complete the Route 66 Half Marathon on […]Read More
Another 5K in the Books!
Thousands of runners brought their energy to kick off the ninth-annual Williams Route 66 Marathon today with the 5K and Fun Runs. More than 2,000 participants registered for the Saturday events. Garrent Morton, 17-year-old from Broken Arrow, earned the male overall winner title and Ute Nestler, 43-year-old from Tulsa, won the female overall winner title. […]Read More
All About the Start Corrals
The corral system is used at the start of the Williams Route 66 Marathon, Half Marathon and Relay to provide the best possible experience for all participants. Corrals are not used for the 5K or Fun Run. Participants will be assigned to one of four start corrals based the projected finish time they entered when […]Read More
Packet pickup will be held at the Health, Fitness & Sustainability Expo located at the Cox Business Center in downtown Tulsa. 5K Run/Walk and 1-mile Fun Run participants must pick up their race packet on Friday, November 21 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Marathon, Half Marathon and Marathon Relay participants can pick up their […]Read More
Participant Guide – Your One Stop for Race Questions
All race weekend information can be found in the 2014 Williams Route 66 Marathon Participant Guide. CLICK HERE to review all the helpful information about packet pickup, parking, shuttles, event start times, spectator information and so much more.Read More
At the Williams Route 66 Marathon, we have a strong commitment to reducing our environmental footprint by applying social and environmental initiatives during event weekend. Please join us in our quest to reduce, reuse and recycle! In 2012, the Route 66 Marathon received basic certification from the Council for Responsible Sport (CRS), awarding it the […]Read More