McAllen Marathon Running Series!
We pride ourselves on welcoming all to take on our running series challenge, from some of the greatest elite runners, to those who thought completing a marathon would never be possible.
Many regular runners find this the ideal event to get a personal best time, whilst everybody finds the incredible McAllen support throughout the courses unforgettable.
Runners that participate in each of the five races, and a race on marathon weekend, will be awarded with the McAllen Marathon Scott Crane Running Series medal.
The McAllen Marathon Scott Crane Run is a destination event that is expected to draw more than 12,000 runners and spectators from across the Rio Grande Valley, United States of America, and Mexico.
This is a Boston Qualifying Race that includes a 26.2 mile full marathon, 13.1 half marathon, 6-person relay, 10K, 5K and a Kids Final Mile.
The 2024 McAllen Marathon Scott Crane Run will have all races taking place on one single day, January 20, 2024.
McAllen Marathon Scott Crane Running Series
Don’t miss a run and secure your spot in all of our events!
What our participants say
Fun, chill, well supposed route! Definitely worth driving 4 hours. Medal and shirts beautifully designed!!
Por su gran organización todos los disfrutamos cada vez es un gran Éxito mayor a la altura de los mejores en nuestro País todos los participantes son bienvenidos el más Grande E internacional Marathon de los del Sur el MEJOR FELICIDADES
It is a fast flat run. Only two hills are the over passes over I-2. It is very well organized and McAllen PD provide great security to keep runners and traffic safe for everyone.
Scott Crane Memorial Race
Scott Crane was first elected as commissioner in 2005, and served the City of McAllen for three terms. A big proponent of health and fitness, Mayor Jim Darling and the McAllen City Commission wanted to honor Crane’s legacy in a permanent and big way, and decided to name the race in his honor.
“I really appreciate the City of McAllen’s efforts to continue Scott’s vision and his passion,” said Sasha Crane, widow of the late commissioner, who was on hand during the renaming ceremony, along with their children, his parents and siblings. “He had a vision for a healthy lifestyle for people of all ages. He wanted everyone, whether you’re an avid runner or a novice, to just get out and be active in our great city.”
Scott will always be remembered as a family man, a public servant and a three-term McAllen City Commissioner. He was an avid fan of the arts and parks and did his best to improve the quality of life in McAllen. Scott was a marathon runner and an outdoorsman. He was passionate about the City of McAllen, and loved his family, friends and employees.