Events

KiDSMARATHON has been successfully incorporated into running events across the country. Our partnering events proudly host the grand finale of the 8 week program!

Kids complete their “marathon” in grand fashion, by running the last mile on the race course itself, in front of hundreds (sometimes thousands!) of cheering spectators.   Imagine the feeling!   It is a great finale to the program, and the kids receive the recognition they deserve as well as a fantastic memory. Below is a list of some of our partnering events.


Connecticut Association of Schools Events

The Connecticut Association of Schools, in partnership with Partners for Sustainable Healthy Communities is sponsoring KiDSMARATHON events across the state of Connecticut. We couldn’t be more excited for this communal participation from an entire state!Specific celebration dates are:
Cheshire High school – May 14th
Danbury – June 4th
Trumball – May 22nd
Glastonbury – May 22nd
Philip Smith School, South Windsor – June 1st
Waterbury, Main Street – June 2nd
EO Smith High School, Storrs – June 4th
Waterford – June 4th
Torrington – June 7th

Over 5,000 kids are participating.Learn more about what CAS is doing in CT on the new KiDSMARATHON-CT website


KiDS ROCK

Phoenix, AZ | New Orleans, LA | Washington D.C. | +12 more
(see full schedule of Cities across USA)

50,000 kids participatingRod Dixon’s KiDSMARATHON Foundation has been appointed Special Adviser, Consultant and Ambassador to the Kids Rock program. Our shared mission is to create a life-long commitment to good health and fitness habits in children at risk of obesity-related health problems. KiDS ROCK Contact Information 


Auckland Marathon

Auckland, New Zealand

4,000 kids participated last yearThe 2011 program was quite a success. 4000 Kids participated our goal in 2012 will be over 5500 kids. The Auckland Marathon serves as a great example of KiDSMARATHON in action!Learn more about the marathon on the race site. KiDSMARATHON in Auckland > 


The Saucony Run For Good Foundation

Today’s Youth across the Globe are considered the most inactive in history, as a result, the rate of obesity among children and teenagers has more than tripled over the past three decades.

The Saucony Run For Good Foundation and Rod Dixon’s KiDSMARATHON Foundation are committed to reversing this trend by offering children the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of running and healthy lifestyle programs for youth