ABOUT THE RACE
In this inaugural event, FC Cincinnati Foundation (FCCF) and the Flying Pig Marathon are joining forces to host the best FCC watch party of the year! Before the July 13th away match against the Chicago Fire, we’ll host a 3-mile run/walk and post-race watch party at The Banks. This event will include food and beer vendors, a big screen display of the game, an e-MLS interaction, and more! Through this event, Flying Pig Charities and the FCCF are working to raise money for their various causes and beneficiaries.
Race Start: 7:00pm • Gametime: 8:00pm
Participants will complete 3 miles in preparation for watching the Orange and Blue collect three points against the Chicago Fire. The downtown course will start and finish near the Banks where the post-race watch party will be hosted.
Friday, July 12
11:00-1:00pm and 4:00-7:00pm
Flying Pig Marathon Offices
644 Linn Street, 1st Floor Cincinnati, OH 45203
Free parking in the lots surrounding the building
Packet pick-up will be available race day on Freedom Way beginning at 5:30pm
Please note that there will be road closures around The Banks on July 13 as we begin setting up the event. Joe Nuxhall Way from Second St. to Mehring Way and E. Freedom Way from Joe Nuxhall Way to Walnut St. will be closed starting at 1 p.m. Freedom Way from Walnut St. to Race St. will be closed starting at 5 p.m. All road closures will be reflected in the Waze navigation app in real time on July 13.
Parking is conveniently located at the Central Riverfront Garage and Lot D. The Central Riverfront Garage has four entrances that will be open on the evening of the race: 102 West Pete Rose Way, 202 East Mehring Way, 124 East Mehring Way and 182 Race St. Parking in the garage is hourly with a $10 maximum charge. Lot D is a surface lot at 166 W. Mehring Way (located at the corner of Mehring Way and Elm St.) that will offer parking for a flat $5 fee.
All registered participants will receive a shirt, drink ticket and food ticket
All finishers will receive a medal, finish area refreshments and access to the post-race watch party