OKC runs to remember in Memorial Marathon
OKLAHOMA CITY — Almost 26,000 people from all over the world are running to remember in the 12th Annual Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon.
A lot goes into getting everything ready for the big race.
Saturday crews were busy preparing the start and finish lines, hanging banners, testing the P.A. system and setting up tents.
Organizers said they want to make sure everything is ready for the thousands who are registered to run.
Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum Executive Director, Kari Watkins, said, “It’s gotten bigger every year. I think we have people who have grown from the kids’ run to the half marathon to the full. I think what we are seeing is a lot of progress. We are excited about that.”
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