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Vermont's Most Scenic Marathon

Every Memorial Day Weekend, more than 7,500 runners, 20,000 spectators and 1,700 volunteers come to Burlington Vermont for the M&T Bank Vermont City Marathon - the second largest marathon in New England and the largest marathon relay in the nation. The clover leaf course design allows specators to easily see runners at various mileage points during the race. The electrifying energy brought from the Taiko drummers, Burlington neighborhoods and the Church Street Marketplace provides a community experience unlike any other marathon event. The course takes runners along the Adirondack and Green Mountain framed shores of Lake Champlain for unmatched scenic beauty. In addition to the marathon, RunVermont organizes a number of running events and community-based youth programs promoting a lifelong commitment to running.

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Vermont City Marathon & Relay

That's a wrap for the 2022 M&T Bank Vermont City Marathon & Relay! On behalf of all of our volunteers, our community, and the team at RunVermont, THANK YOU FOR RUNNING WITH US! We hope you enjoyed the beautiful weather and energy here in Burlington, Vermont.

To find your race results and race photos, click on the button below. See you next year!

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Calendar of Events

Island Vines 5K & 10K
Sun 09/18 9AM

RunVermont is proud to present the ninth annual Island Vines Road Race at beautiful Snow Farm Vineyard. We are happy to announce a new format for 2022. This year, the event will feature 10K and 5K options, all on South Hero’s scenic West Shore Road.

A portion of race proceeds go to C.I.D.E.R. whose mission is to develop and foster resources that enable the people of Grand Isle County, Vermont to live in their community with dignity. C.I.D.E.R. accomplishes this by providing direct services and collaborating with other individuals and groups. C.I.D.E.R. feels a special responsibility to elders and persons with disabilities. All RunVermont events adhere to the Runner’s Code of Conduct. A portion of race proceeds go to C.I.D.E.R. whose mission is to develop and foster resources that enable the people of Grand Isle County, Vermont to live in their community with dignity. C.I.D.E.R. accomplishes this by providing direct services and collaborating with other individuals and groups. C.I.D.E.R. feels a special responsibility to elders and persons with disabilities.

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