GO! St. Louis is searching for a full-time Director of Race Operations to be filled immediately. GO! St. Louis is a non-profit organization that plans and executes some of the region’s largest road races and endurance events, including the GO! St. Louis Marathon & Family Fitness Weekend, an event that has been produced for nearly 20 years. In addition to planning five races a year, GO! St. Louis provides community and youth programs that serve thousands of metropolitan area families each year. The mission of the organization encourages fitness opportunities for all ages and abilities – and is proud to […]
The GO! St. Louis Marathon & Family Fitness weekend moves to Riverfront
After 16 years at Soldiers Memorial, GO! St. Louis is moving the Marathon & Family Fitness Weekend Sunday start and finish line to the St. Louis Riverfront next to the Gateway Arch. The 2017 Marathon and Family Fitness Weekend is set for April 8 & 9.
The new start and finish line on the Riverfront will be host to the marathon, half marathon, marathon relay and the Mississippi 7K. “As St. Louis’ hometown race, we are thrilled to be using this iconic St. Louis landmark as the backdrop for […]
GO! St. Louis is excited to announce that the 2017 Marathon & Family Fitness Weekend is set for April 8 and 9. This year’s lineup of events features all of the same wonderful GO! St. Louis races, including the second annual Mississippi 7K! […]
This is an exciting new way to experience the GO! St. Louis Marathon Weekend events: be a part of Sunday’s action – at the start line, on the bridges, and across state lines – but without all the miles! […]
ST. LOUIS (MO) – January 13, 2016 – The GO! St. Louis® board of directors has announced that Nancy Lieberman, founder of the nonprofit organization, will step down as president effective June 30, 2016, and has named Mona Langenberg as her successor. […]
In 2016, GO! St. Louis will be giving runners an opportunity to participate in our races in a new and challenging way.
The 2nd annual running of the GO! Missouri KT82 was another great event, as close to 200 teams started, some as early at 5:00 am on Saturday, September 5 and spent the day traversing 82 miles on the scenic Katy Trail.