Miles that have meaning

3rd annual baltimore marathon

October 16, 2003

This year's Baltimore Marathon will include a number of themed legs along the course. These miles will pay tribute to the city's most celebrated people and places. Volunteers along the course will cheer on the runners while dressed in garb that corresponds to that mile's theme.

Mile 4: The Baltimore Believe mile

Mile 8: A salute to Cal Ripken

Mile 11: The Francis Scott Key mile

Mile 14: A tribute to Little Italy

Mile 19: The Johnny Unitas mile

Mile 22: A 33rd Street bash for Eddie Murray

Catching a glimpse

According to organizers, the best points to see your favorite runner are these:

Starting line

Mile 8

Mile 13/Half-marathon starting line

Finish line

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