The 2022 Los Angeles Marathon presented by ASICS will begin at Dodger Stadium and finish at Avenue of the Stars in Century City.
The 26.2 mile course will wind its way downtown Los Angeles, Little Tokyo, Hollywood, and more. The course will follow its traditional route until Brentwood, where runners double back on San Vicente, Sepulveda and Santa Monica Blvd before finishing at Avenue of the Stars.
Other information regarding the face:
— The race will begin with the wheelchair start at 6:30 a.m., followed by the pro and elite age group for women at 6:40 a.m. and then the pro men and full field at 6:55 a.m. At 8:15 a.m., Charity Challenge 13.1 starts;
— All participants for the LA Marathon, now in its 37th year, must be age 16 years or older on race day. The marathon also has a course net time limit of six and a half hours (6:30:59), and that early starters are not allowed;
— Headphones, iPods, ear pieces and similar devices will be allowed for use by participants not competing for prize money;
— Dodger Stadium will be open to traffic on Sunday from 3 a.m. where participants are allowed to park for the Marathon. Please note there is no shuttle system in place from the finish line back to Dodger Stadium;
— Access to the stadium is only permitted through the Golden State Gate which is accessible via I-5/Stadium Way exit. Please Note: the Stadium Way exits from CA-110 (both northbound and southbound) will be closed on race day. Use 2000 Academy Rd to navigate via GPS. This will take you directly to the Golden State Gate.