Meet Run Tucson

Run Tucson produces the most dynamic running and walking events in Tucson — plus the renowned Grand Canyon Trail Half Marathon.   Run Tucson is an RRCA-certified race directing organization and has raised over $300,000 for charities such as BEYOND-Tucson, Cox Charities, the Children’s Museum Tucson, Educational Enrichment Foundation, Greater Tucson Leadership, Humane Society, Team Hoyt, and more.
Run Tucson is currently partnered with Tucson Medical Center, the Southern Arizona Roadrunners, the Running Shop, the Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Lifestyle Magazine, the KGUN Morning Blend, Cox Communications, Downtown Tucson Partnership, Rio Nuevo, Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce, and more.  Run Tucson is honored to coach and sponsor  The Workout Group, now in its 24th season of pursuing leg speed every Tuesday and Thursday. Read more here.

WOG Summer Running (2021)


  • Rillito Park-(1st & River Rd.): 5:30 AM
  • Himmel Park (Tucson & 2nd): 6 PM
  • Senita Elementary School (10750 E. Bilby Rd.): 6 PM
  • Sabino Canyon (base of tram road): 6 PM
  • All over Tucson!  Contact

Follow this link to learn more about The Workout Group’s Summer Running Schedule.

Latest News

Gearing up for in-person 5k, 10k, and half-marathon races!

Jump for Joy!  It looks like we’ll receive permits for all of our upcoming races.  Next up is the TMC Meet Me Downtown 5k — with a new date of Sunday morning, August 22, 2021!  Still staged at Armory Park and the Children’s Museum in historic Downtown Tucson, with Tucson’s best running after-party.

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Running in Tucson

Training Through a Health Crisis

GENERAL TRAINING ADVICE Given that there is significant uncertainty about the implications of the coronavirus and COVID-19, the following advice is given recognizing that the current situation may change, so please stay alert and take all recommended precautions to keep yourself and your community healthy. Keep moving.  At this moment, cities and states throughout the

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