Sunday May 10, 2015 7:30 AM Start
This is a course that qualified three individuals for the US Olympic Marathon Trials in 1983. It is rich with history and we would love to have you become a part of it.
It is a gorgeous point-to-point course traveling from Kennebunk High School to the Harold Alfond Forum at the University of New England in Biddeford.  It travels alongside breathtaking water views for at least five miles in Kennebunk,  Kennebunkport, Goose Rocks Beach and Fortunes Rocks Beach.

Shuttle Bus:
There is no parking at the start area, so you will either need to be dropped-off or take the bus.  The cost is only $3 and you can reserve your seat as you register for the race.
Go to the Race Information page for more details on the shuttle bus.

A Fast Course:​ 
This race holds the record for the fastest marathon ever run in Maine.  
On May 29th, 1983, Roland Davide ran a 2:15:13. 
In 2013, 26% of our finishers qualified for the Boston Marathon.
It is NOT flat, but the finish times say it IS fast.
Did you run the Maine Coast Marathon in the 1980's?
See our Alumni Page for a list of runners from the 1980's who are registered for the 2014 race. If you ran, you are eligible for an Alumni Runner discount.  (see below)
Boston Marathon Qualifier
All USATF-certified marathon courses are Boston Qualifiers.  Our course has  been certified.  (certification # ME13007JK)

Quality over Quantity
We want the Maine Coast Marathon to exceed your expectations in terms of quality.  To do that, we have placed a cap of 750 runners on the 2014 race.
**(1987 was a loop that started and finished at UNE.) (1987 was a loop that started and finished at UNE.)
Maine Coast Marathon
                              


Click here for
2014 Results
2015 Registration will open in October.
   Our Partners:
Exciting News:
We are teaming up with Southern Maine Health Care's  Center for Breast Care in our 2014 race.  See below to learn more!

The Maine Coast Marathon came back for it's 10th year (we had a 26 year absence before returning in 2013). We have kept the same course as 1980-1986.* Founded in 1980 as the Nike Maine Coast Marathon, and organized by the Marathon Sports Runners Club, runners were turned away as it reached capacity. 
Our 2014 Sponsors:
Sanford Institute for Savings
SMRT Architects and Engineers
Altrusa Club in honor of Linda
Dietz Associates
Edison Press
Hennebury
Office Max
P&C Insurance
Cole Harrison Insurance
Party Plus
Saco & Biddeford Savings Institution
Saco Valley Credit Union
2015 NEWS
Our race date for the 26.2 mile race has been confirmed as Mother's Day, May 10th.


We are working to add a 13.1 mile race on Saturday, May 9th.

Registration will probably open in October