What are the start times for the race?
Open Female - 6:30pm
Open Male - 6:40pm
Master Female - 6:50pm
Master Male - 7:00pm
Youth Female - 7:10pm
Youth Male - 7:20pm
Elite Female - 7:30pm
Elite Male - 7:40pm
What time zone is Indianapolis?
Eastern Time Zone - Indiana does utilize Daylight Savings Time
I'm a spectator, where can stop to watch the race?
The course starts at 12th and Meridian and finishes at Monument Circle so anywhere along Meridian would be a great place to spectate.
What is the deadline for online registration?
Online registration will close on June 3th, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.
Can I enter race day?
Yes, starting at 5:00 p.m. on the southwest side of Monument Circle across from the RTV-6 studio.
May I get a refund for my entry?
No, there are no refunds.
When and where can I pick up my Mile Race Packet?
Thursday, June 4th from 5:00 p.m. until 7 p.m. on the north side of Monument Circle.
Can someone else pick up my packet?
Yes. In order for someone to pick up your packet, they must present one of the following:
- - Your confirmation email
- - A signed note from you stating you are allowing them to pick up your packet OR
- - A copy of your driver's license
May I pick up my packet on Race Day?
Will the race be certified?
The IMM is certified by the USATF. All USATF rules apply.
What items may I participate with?
Participants WILL NOT be allowed to participate in the IMM with animals, bicycles, baby joggers, strollers, roller skates, or inline skates and must wear their bibs at all times.
Are people allowed to wear headsets during the run?
For safety purposes, we recommend that people do not wear headsets so they can hear important information along the course.
Who is responsible for race management?
Don Carr of Tuxedo Brothers who has over 25 years of race management experience. Don is currently race director of the Indianapolis 500 mini marathon.
What is the minimum age requirement?
5 years old.
Who can I contact if I have questions about being an elite runner?
Please click here to contact our Elite Athlete Coordinator, Matt Ebersole.
Could bad weather or other conditions cancel the race?
Extreme weather ( lightning, high winds, snow, ice, extreme temperature, etc ) could cancel the race. There are also instances of other emergency situations ( power outages, city-wide alerts, etc ) that could affect the start/cancellation/continuance of the races. In case of delay or cancellation, immediate notification will be made through IMM Facebook (Facebook.com/MonumentalMarathon) and Twitter (@IndyMonumental) and our website (MonumentalMarathon.com).
If the race is cancelled, will refunds or transfers be allowed?
No, should the event be cancelled due to extreme weather or other emergency, there will be no refunds or transfers.
What happens if extreme weather happens during the event?
If extreme weather or an emergency situation becomes an issue, the Command Group will meet and determine the status/future of the event. Depending on the situation the event may be delayed or cancelled. Information will be relayed to the Race committee via cell phones/radios. Participants will be notified along the course by course monitors and race officials. Participants will be required to use their best judgment, based on the situation, as to the next best course of action.