The 2021 Los Angeles Marathon returns to Los Angeles on Sunday, as thousands of runners from around the world gather in the city to race across a new 26.2-mile course.
The “Stadium to the Stars” course begins at Dodger Stadium, runs through West Hollywood and the Beverly Hills before ending on the Avenue of the Stars in Century City.
The main event will start with the wheelchair commencing at 6:30 a.m., followed by the women’s elite at 6:45 a.m. and the men’s elite and full field at 6:55 a.m.
At 8:14 a.m., participants will begin Charity Challenge 13.1.
KTLA offers live coverage of the event, from 6am to 11am, and viewers can also watch the race on KTLA 5 News AppAnd YouTube KTLA or KTLA+, which can be viewed on the KTLA+ app on Apple TV, Roku, and Firestick. KTLA . Facebook Page It will also have a live broadcast from the finish line camera.
The finish line will be open for six and a half hours after the start of the race.
Bailen Tishager of Ethiopia won a race 2020 Los Angeles Marathon, running the entire cycle in two hours, eight minutes, and 26 seconds. Kenya’s Margaret Muriuki won the women’s race in 2:29:27.
This year’s results will be available Here On the LA Marathon website.
The LA Marathon app It will allow users to track runners on the course map using GPS, view distances and direction using augmented reality and get event updates.
The marathon celebration will take place after the race from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 10058 Constellation Blvd. Open to the public.