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Hurry up and register if you want to run the LA Marathon.
Only about 2,000 slots are left for people wishing to enter the March 21 L.A. Marathon, race organizers said Monday. The race has been capped at 25,000 entrants, and more than 23,000 have already signed up for the race, which will feature a new course.
"In the past, thousands of entries have come in at essentially the last minute," said L.A. Marathon President Russ Pillar. "That will not be possible this year as we have a cap of 25,000 entrants on the new Stadium to the Sea course, and we're more than 90 percent full already."
So sprint over to the marathon website.
Runners expecting to register for the race in the final week, or at the marathon's two-day expo prior to race day, will be shut out.
The 25th Honda L.A. Marathon will start just outside of the centerfield fence at Dodger Stadium at 7:20 a.m. Sunday, March 21 with early starts for the wheelchair races and women's elite field at 6:55 a.m. and 7:03 a.m., respectively.
The 26.2-mile race will wind through downtown Los Angeles, then move through Hollywood, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills and the Veterans Administration Healthcare Center grounds in West Los Angeles before finishing in Santa Monica on Ocean Avenue two blocks north of the Santa Monica Pier.