Pasta Party
When: Saturday 4 – 6 pm
Where: The Bullpen – hosted by The Old Mattress Factory Bar & Grill – 605 N 13th St.
Cost:  Free for Athletes who RSVP by Sept. 1st to
$10 for Friends and Family
$10 for any Athlete who do not RSVP
*CASH ONLY at the door*
Menu: Pasta, Sauce, Salad, Bread, Soft Drinks and Water.

The temperature and humidity in Nebraska can be variable. Most September days are sunny and breezy with an average temperature of about 50 degrees at 6:30 a.m., with winds between 5-10 mph.

Parking is available on race day around Lewis and Clark Landing and will be limited. Substantial parking will be available near TD Ameritrade Park and the CenturyLink Center. Parking immediately around these areas will have restricted in and out times starting at 6 am.

Gear Check
Gear Check is located in Parking Lot D. Participants can drop off warm-up clothing in a bag before the race. Your bag will remain at this location until you pick it up after you finish. You must be wearing your bib to retrieve your bag. Omaha Marathon is not responsible for lost items.

Start location is at TD Ameritrade Park.

Sunday, September 17
Half Marathon – 7 am
Marathon – 7 am
5K – 10 am
Friends & Family Mile – 10:30 am
10K – 11 am

For your safety and of those around you dogs are not permitted on the race course.

Race Number & Timing Chips
Omaha Marathon uses ITS Jaguar Chip Timing Systems. DO NOT remove the chip from your bib. The bib must be worn exposed on the FRONT of your body. If the bib is covered or you remove the chip, you will NOT receive a time. Race numbers and timing chips are non-transferable and must be worn only by the participant to whom it is assigned.

Aid Stations
Aid stations with water, energy drinks and gels are located every 2 miles or less. Port-a-johns are located throughout the course.

Lost & Found
If you lose any equipment during the race weekend, please see the Omaha Marathon staff at the on-site administration tent to claim it. After the event, all items left at the site or on course will be donated to a charity. Any valuables found should be turned into the administration tent.