What street closures will be in effect?
This map from Commuterama shows every street closure for race day. Streets on the course will start shutting down between 4-5am on the day, except for portions of Ocean Avenue and Main Street, which will close at midnight the night before; additionally, nearby freeway ramps to the 110, 101, and 405 will be closed along with through streets throughout the day.
How to track LA Marathon runners
It’s 2018, which means you’re able to track the marathon and even the progress of individual runners (make sure you have their bib number) using the official LA Marathon app.
What is the weather forecast for race day?
Accuweather lists race day temperatures at a high of 60 and a low of 44, with overcast skies and a 40% chance of rain in the daytime -- in other words, you’ll probably wanna bring a jacket of some kind.
The results of the 2018 LA Marathon
Check back for updated LA Marathon results for winners in each category.
Where can I see race photos?
If you’re wanting to see photos of the Marathon -- all right, photos of you in the Marathon -- a photo link will be posted here days after the event, where you search for images via your last name and bib number. Failing that, there’s also the official Facebook and Instagram accounts with the hashtag #LAmarathon; check to make sure the photographers captured your exuberance and not any nipple bleeds or unhappy accidents.