Mississippi River Marathon

February 11, 2017 8am

Lake Village, AR to Greenville, MS

We at the Mississippi River Marathon are excited about the opportunity of selling out the marathon in 2017. Our limiting factor was the number of finishers medals we ordered based on past event numbers but we are thrilled to see the increased interest in our race!

We have decided to offer the opportunity for those who want to run, to register with the knowledge that you may or may not receive a finisher medal after the event. At the completion of the event, the medals that remain will be mailed out to those who register for this option, beginning with those who took advantage of it first. We hope to see you in February!!!

Contact Race Director, John Conner


The Mississippi River Marathon will offer a race distance for every athlete.


Beginning in Lake Village, AR the marathon will navigate around the largest oxbow in the United States to finish in downtown Greenville, MS. "The typical race time temperature and humidity levels are within the ideal range for optimal marathon performance. This, coupled with the Course Score, give the Mississippi River Marathon a PR Score of 99.54. This PR Score ranks it as the 50th fastest marathon in the U.S. and the 1st fastest in Mississippi." Find my Marathon.com

Half Marathon:

The Half Marathon begins at the base of the Mississippi River Bridge in Lake Village, AR, finishing at the same marathon finish line in Greenville, MS


The Mississippi River Marathon 5k will begin and end at the famous Stein Mart Square in Greenville, MS.

1 Mile Community Run:

The Mississippi River Marathon Community Runs take place in both communities involved with the race (Lake Village, AR and Greenville, MS). The community runs take place the day of the race. See schedule of events for more details.

About the Mississippi River Marathon:

The Mississippi River Marathon offers the only marathon in the Mississippi Delta and a variety of opportunities that no other race in the world can offer. Our goal is first, for people across the nation, especially in the Delta communities, to get excited about healthy lifestyles by supporting and participating in our running events. Second, this marathon was created to help all children receive an excellent education by donating funds raised to Teach for America.

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