Getting Race Ready

Getting Race Ready

Sometimes the best way to prepare for a major race like the Asheville Marathon and Half at Biltmore, is to run more events!  The excitement and camaraderie of races is great motivation to stay accountable in training.  Michael, an ambassador for the 2019 Asheville...
AVL Marathon: Out of Towner Guide to Asheville

AVL Marathon: Out of Towner Guide to Asheville

Destination races are a great excuse to travel somewhere new, and have become increasingly popular with both new and seasoned runners.  Lauren Seserko, ambassador for the Asheville Marathon and Half at Biltmore, shares some of her “must do’s” in...
Celebrate

Celebrate

Food & Beverages 8:30am – 12:00pm (Saturday) / 2:30pm (Sunday): Ingles will provide complimentary food and drinks for race participants and volunteers. 8:30am – 12:00pm (Saturday) / 10am – 2:30pm (Sunday): Post Race Celebrations – Oskar Blues...
On Course

On Course

Water Stations & Nutrition GET TO KNOW YOUR 2018 FULL MARATHON WATER STATIONS: Deerpark – Mile 2 – Water Only Biltmore House – Mile 5 – CLIF Gels, GATORADE electrolyte drink Bearpin – Mile 7 1/2 & 23 1/2 –  GATORADE electrolyte drink, CLIF Gels, Coke, CLIF...
Race Morning

Race Morning

Bag Check Runners will receive a Fleet Feet, Clear Plastic ‘Finisher’ bag at the Race Expo in your goody bag. Runners MUST use the finisher bags provided to have their bag included in our Finisher Bag tent that is next to the finish line and food tent beside Antler...
General Info

General Info

Race Weekend Timeline   Event Day Transportation The start of the race is several miles from the entrance of Biltmore Estate, in Antler Hill Village, so you will need to either drive or take a shuttle to the start line. It takes approximately 20-25 minutes to get to...