#1-Minnesota (Grandma’s Marathon-June 2008)
#2-Wisconsin (Madison Marathon-May 2009)
#3-Iowa (On the Road for Education Marathon-October 2010)
#4-Texas (RnR Dallas Half Marathon-March 2011)
#5-Michigan (Grand Rapids Marathon-October 2011)
#6-Nevada (RnR Las Vegas Marathon-December 2011)
#7-North Dakota (Fargo Half Marathon-May 2012)
#8-Virginia (RnR Virginia Beach Half Marathon-September 2012)
#9-Illinois (Chicago Marathon-October 2012)
#10-Arizona (RnR Arizona Marathon-January 2013)
#11-Georgia (Run the Reagan Half Marathon-February 2013)
#12-Alabama (Mercedes Marathon-February 2013)
#13-Utah (Big Cottonwood Marathon-September 2013)
#14-Kansas (Pilgrim Pacer Marathon-November 2013)
#15-Oregon (Foot Traffic Flat Marathon-July 2014)
#16-Montana (Missoula Marathon-July 2014)
#17-California (San Francisco Marathon-July 2018)
#18-Indiana (Carmel Marathon-March 2019)
#19-South Dakota (Brookings Marathon-May 2019
*I will run a marathon in every state. All half marathon states will eventually be marathon states, too.
5 thoughts on “Completed States”
The Columbus marathon in Columbus, OH is a good one here in Ohio!! I’m hoping to do my first (official) full marathon this year at the C-bus marathon!
I’m going to check this race out! Thanks for the recommendation. I love getting race suggestions from others. Go for it on the marathon. It is an awesome experience unlike any other!
Stop by NY – there are lots of good marathons here 🙂
I would love to run a race in NY! Other than the NYC marathon any you would recommend in particular?
My hometown race (Syracuse) is the Empire State Marathon. I’ve heard Buffalo is fast and people really like the Mohawk/Hudson Marathon too (near Albany)… With that being said, they don’t compare to NYC 🙂