Tobacco Road Marathon - 15th May

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Triangle Muslims 5W Announcement - 05/08


What: Triangle Muslims will continue to support the Tobacco Road Marathon with water aid stations (as seen in video). The youth volunteers of Triangle Muslims shall iA pass out water bottles, direct runners to route and cheer for the runners. Triangle Muslims will own two water station locations and will support two shifts at each


Who: Open to middle school/high school youth and adults


When: The first shift will begin around Fajr time

1) Morrisville Parkway Aid Station - Handout Water Bottles, Course Director

  • 1st Shift 5:00am-10:00am

  • 2nd shift 10:00am-3:00pm

2) New Hope Crossing Aid Station - Handout Water Bottles

  • 1st Shift 5:00am-9:00am

  • 2nd shift 9:00am-1:00pm

Where: Full Marathon Start Location: 7445 Green Hope School Road, Cary, NC

Morrisville Parkway Aid Station Location:

New Hope Crossing Aid Station Location:


Why: Opportunity for the Triangle Muslim youth to lead and engage. Please consider signing up to volunteer and encourage community engagement and solidarity


About Tobacco Road Marathon

The 11th Tobacco Road Marathon and Half Marathon is planned for the weekend of May 15-16, 2021. The Full Marathon will be on Saturday, May 15, and the Half Marathon will be on Sunday, May 16, 2021.


The Allscripts Tobacco Road Full Marathon features over 20 miles of the American Tobacco Trail (ATT). The rest of the course is flat and fast with a downhill finish. Up to 18% of our runners qualify for the legendary Boston Marathon!


Approximately 4000 runners and thousands of spectators are expected to visit.

The overall event weekend is organized by an all‐volunteer staff and 100% of proceeds go to charity. INFORMATIONAL VIDEO: https://tobaccoroadmarathon.com/video


About The American Tobacco Trail

The American Tobacco Trail is a recreational rail-trail located on an abandoned railroad corridor of the Norfolk Southern Railroad. Constructed in 1906, the original railroad traveled from Duncan to Durham near the New Hope River, transporting tobacco leaf from farming communities in Wake, Chatham and Durham counties for processing at the American Tobacco Company in Durham