7 Bridges Marathon
The 7 Bridges Marathon will take runners across the Tennessee river 6 times as you traverse the city. You will run by the Tennessee Aquarium, AT&T field, Creative Discovery Museum, Cross the Dam and enjoy a stroll along the River walk, then run through the Art district, Hunter Museum and Historic Walnut street bridge to finish in front of the Carousel in Coolidge Park.
October 19, 2014 at 7 am
Current price is $85. After January 1, 2014 $95.
Friday Oct 17 - TBA
Saturday Oct 18 2 pm - 6 pm (and later): Tent behind Outdoor Chattanooga in Coolidge Park
Sunday 5 am to 6 am: Tent behind Outdoor Chattanooga in Collidge Park
Renaissance park in front of Fast Break Athletics.
Coolidge park next to the carousel.
The course (click here) will start at Cherokee Blvd and the entrance to Renaissance Park. Additional course with elevation profile (click here).
Athletes will turn right onto Cherokee, right onto Market Street Bridge, right on Aquarium way, right on Chestnut, left on Riverfront Parkway, then turn around near Broad Street, and right on Power Alley, left on 3rd Street, right on Chestnut Street, right on 4th Street, right onto Highway 27, exit at Manufacturers Boulevard, right into Renaissance Park, follow the Rriverwalk through Coolidge Park, left on Tremont, right on Fraizer, right onto Georgia Ave (Veterans Bridge), right onto Riverfront Parkway, left onto Riverfront Parkway (head west in east bound lane), left onto Dupont Parkway (C.B. Robinson bridge), right onto Access Road, through traffic circle onto Highway 153 (Thrasher Bridge/Dam), exit right onto Amnicola Highway, right at TVA Access Road to Riverwalk, left on Riverwalk, (follow Riverwalk to Battery Place). Continue on Riverwalk to the Art District on Spring Street. Left on 2nd Street, left on High Street, right on 3rd Street, right on Walnut Street, right on Frazier, right on Tremont, follow Riverwalk into Coolidge park, and finish in field near Carousel.
Prizes and Awards
All finishers will receive a medal, age group awards will be shortly after the last finisher.