Category Archives: B&A

Congratulations B&A Marathon and Half Marathon Finishers!

Race Photos now available!

Thanks to the Herculean efforts of our volunteer photographers, race photos are now available for download. These photos are made available free for non-commercial, personal purposes; public/promotional/commercial use is not permitted without specific permission from the photographers. Go to our results page to get the links to the photos by course location.

B&A Marathon and ½ Marathon finishers:

Thank you for participating in another successful race; it was great to hear so many positive comments and warm wishes.

Many runners familiar with the course may have noticed the mile markers seemed off. This was due entirely to a course error in the first mile in which the runners were allowed to proceed directly from the Start onto Evergreen Road, instead of turning left onto Robinson Road We immediately recognized the error and where able to make the necessary adjustments to the course by adding distance to the ½ marathon mid- point turn-around and an extension in the school parking lot. The effort was validated by dozens of runners’ GPS, which recorded the ½ and full marathon at very slightly longer than the required distance.

We have already begun the process of officially certifying the distances for both races and will send additional updates when the certification results are available.

We regret any anxiety this created for our runners.

Thank you for your patience in this matter,
Christian Zazzali and Joshua Harriman
Co-Race Directors
View race results here.

Attention B&A Marathon and 1/2 Marathon runners, Fans and Volunteers

The Annapolis Striders Race Committee is monitoring the weather very closely. We will attempt to make a definitive announcement regarding the status of the race no later than Noon on Saturday 4/7.

This Announcement will be on the Annapolis Striders Website, the Facebook home page as well as a mass email to all runners on file.

We appreciate the anxiety of the uncertain “weather” situation, and we will do everything in our power to communicate all information as soon as we know it.