Frequently Asked Questions

To qualify for your 2020 Conqur LA Challenge medal you need to prove you completed the:

  • 2019 Santa Monica Classic (Live or Virtual)
  • 2020 Pasadena Half Marathon
  • 2020 Los Angeles Marathon presented by ASICS
If you are already registered for one of the qualifying races, you can register for the remaining races individually using the same email address. When you pick up your bib at the marathon expo, it should have a sticker that says Conqur LA Challenge. If it does not, please visit the Solutions booth at the expo to verify your eligibility. This ensures you will receive the medal at the marathon finish line.

Included in the registration fee is your race entry, participant shirt, finisher medal, access to the Rose Bowl field after you finish, post-race refreshments, live entertainment, access to the finish festival and one free craft beer for participants over 21 years of age.

As of November, we are more than 85% sold out, so register soon. Registration will close once we sell out.

This year we are offering remote packet pick up at convenient locations around Los Angeles.

Unless you purchase start line hospitality, all runners must pick up their own packet at one of these locations. There is no expo this year.

See locations here.

Yes, anyone participating in the Pasadena Half Marathon or 5K needs to be registered and have a race bib. Strollers are allowed for the 5K ONLY. Children in strollers do not need to register for the event but they will not be able to collect a medal at the Finish Line. The Pasadena Half Marathon will abide by AWD Rules and can be read here.

The Pasadena Half Marathon at the Rose Bowl will begin at the Rose Bowl and make its way through Pasadena past every major landmark before finishing on the field of the world famous Rose Bowl. The 5K will consist of a loop around the Rose Bowl with the same majestic finish as the half marathoners will experience.

We are offering two race distances for the weekend, a half marathon (13.1 miles) and a 5K (3.1 miles).

The time limit for the Pasadena Half Marathon & 5K is 4 hours. Participants still on the course at this time will be required to move to the sidewalks and obey all traffic signals. Participants who cross the finish line after 4:00:00 are not guaranteed to be recognized as Official Finishers and are not guaranteed a medal or finishing time.

Yes, age group awards will be distributed by mail after the event is over and results are made official.

We will reward the top three men and women for both the 5K and the half marathon in the following age groups:

under 15, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80 and over

Bibs must be fastened to the front of your body on either your shirt or shorts/pants using the provided safety pins.

If you are having trouble finding your results or your results are not posted, please reach out to

Parking information can be found on our Parking page.

Yes. Pace leaders will be available on race morning courtesy of the LA Road Runners, the Official Training Program of the Los Angeles Marathon presented by ASICS. Two pace leaders will be available for each of the following projected finish times: 1:30, 1:40, 1:45, 1:50, 2:00, 2:15, 2:30, 2:45 and 3:00. The LA Road Runners pace leaders will be in bright green shirts that say ‘PACE LEADER’ on the back and they will carry flags which mark their projected finish time.

Water will be available to 5K participants just prior to the Mile 2 marker. Water will be available to the half marathon participants at or near the following mile markers: Mile 2, Mile 3, Mile 4, Mile 6, Mile 8, Mile 9 and Mile 11. Gatorade Endurance Formula will be available at all half marathon water stations except for mile 2. See course map for more precise locations.

No skates, bikes or pets are allowed on the course.

Entry fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. No exceptions.