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January 6, 2021

2021 BANK OF AMERICA CHICAGO 13.1 EVENT UPDATE
As a result of the continued uncertainties presented by the coronavirus pandemic, event organizers have made the difficult decision to delay the inaugural Bank of America Chicago 13.1 to 2022. The 2021 event was scheduled to take place on Sunday, June 6.

While there are signs of hope for brighter days ahead, we came to this decision knowing we could not guarantee the health and safety of all event attendees, as well as create the world-class racing and festival experience we envisioned for the city’s newest half marathon.

Registered runners who had deferred their 2020 Bank of America Chicago 13.1 entry to 2021, will be contacted with the option to continue to defer their place and entry fee to the 2022 race (date to be determined) or to receive a refund for their race entry.

We look forward to the future when we can safely come together to celebrate one another, our sport, and our city.


April 23, 2020

STATEMENT ON THE CANCELLATION OF THE BANK OF AMERICA CHICAGO 13.1
View the April 23, 2020, event update (.pdf)


October 3, 2019

BANK OF AMERICA CHICAGO 13.1 – A RUNNING TOUR OF CHICAGO’S WEST SIDE NEIGHBORHOODS – SET TO DEBUT SPRING 2020
Bank of America announced today the long-awaited debut of the Bank of America Chicago 13.1. The city’s newest half marathon, one of the most popular race distances in the United States, will kick off on Sunday, June 7, 2020, bringing a world-class race and three-day health and wellness festival to Chicago’s west side. The inaugural event deepens Bank of America’s premier racing portfolio, which includes the Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle and the Bank of America Chicago Marathon.
View the October 3, 2019 press release (.pdf)


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