Technical Glitch Halts Chicago Marathon Registration

Registration for the 36th annual Bank of America Chicago Marathon is open to the first 45,000 entrants. Will Niles-Morton Grove residents be among them?


For running enthusiasts hoping to register for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon this week, technical difficulties have temporarily halted runner registration. 

Registration opened Tuesday for the 26.2-mile race, which begins and ends in Grant Park, but ended shortly after due to errors with the online registration process.

"We have been working nonstop with our registration provider to find the root of the problem and a solution. Many runners were able to sign up before the registration process was suspended. There are currently 15,000 entries remaining. Before we re-open registration, we need to make sure all technical issues are permanently resolved. We will provide ample notice regarding when the registration process will re-open," a statement on the Bank of America Chicago Marathon's Facebook page read. 

The earliest date and time registration will re-open is 5 p.m. Thursday.  

To learn more, visit www.chicagomarathon.com.

Tell us Niles/Morton Grove residents: Do you plan to run in the marathon? Did you experience techinical difficulties when attempting to register? 

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