2022 Pittsburgh Full and Half Marathon Training

CBRC will kick off the 2022 Pittsburgh Full and Half Marathon training season on December 18. 

Each Saturday, we will offer 3 distances: 4 miles, a mid-range distance for those training for the half, and a longer distance for those training for the full. 


We are also looking for motivated runners who would like to lead our pace groups: 8:00 min/mile through run/walk for both the half and full distances. Sign up here.  

Saturday Run Info

We will be meeting outside of Athleta on Walnut Street in Shadyside. They will be open at 7:45am for restrooms. There is limited on-street parking on Walnut Street, but additional metered lots and a parking garage are located on Bellefonte Street. Click here to see a parking map
Athleta will be providing our runners with $15 shop cards. Joggers and sweatshirts are also currently 20% off!

Routes can be found below. 

4-miles: https://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/4671766009

8-miles: https://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/4671754747

12-miles: https://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/4671717610

Click here for turn-by-turn directions (Please print your own turn-by-turns. They will not be provided at the run)

RUNGOAPP: The routes will also be available on the RunGoApp where you can access the verbal turn-by-turn directions. 

CHECK-IN PROCESS:​ When you arrive, please go to the tables to check yourself in. 
When you return from your run, we ask that you check the appropriate box on the sheets so we know you are back, safe and sound. Pace groups will be marked.  

RESTROOMS: Athleta will be open at 7:45 AM for restroom use.     

WATER STOP: The 8 & 12-mile routes have a water stop at Morrow Park (Liberty/Baum/S. Aiken intersection)     

MEMBER SHIRTS: You can pick up your member shirt or gear order at the check-in table.     

JOINING US FOR THE FIRST TIME: Please let us know! We can't wait to meet you.  

Running with CBRC

CBRC offers year-round training and group runs in Pittsburgh and the surrounding communities. We welcome all and are a proud member of the Road Runners Club of American and a 501(c)3 organization.  CBRC is a fully member-funded and member-led run club with a great team of volunteers. 

All runs are free, but we encourage you to learn more about CBRC membership and the benefits. 
Be sure to sign-up for our mailing list and get notified about all City of Bridges Run Club announcements, group runs, and events. 

Our Team CF Partnership

Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is a progressive, genetic disease that causes persistent lung infections and limits the ability to breathe over time. The CF Foundation is the world's leader in the search for a cure for CF, and nearly every CF-specific drug available today was make possible with their financial support. 

About Run Team CF: We all run together because the mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation brings us a sense of community, meaning, and motivation to distance running. Pounding the pavement is not easy but the miles we put in help us to live healthier, fuller lives and we want our fellow teammates with CF to feel connected and know that our endurance campaigns will not just help them survive but thrive. 

If you have questions about Team CF or would like to join them, place reach out to Jean Schieman

CBRC is proud to partner with Team CF for 2021. With the cancellation of the in-person 2021 Pittsburgh Marathon, we know this will severely impact their fundraising efforts. Want to help? 


Donate Now to Team CF

Proud RRCA Member

CBRC is excited to be an official member of Road Runners Club of America (RRCA)

RRCA is the oldest and largest national association of runners and running organizations dedicated to growing the sport of running. The RRCA champions the development of community-based running clubs and events that serve runners of all ages and abilities in pursuit of health and competition.

Like CBRC, RRCA values the diversity of runners who come together to share a common purpose.