The Chicago Marathon is the marathon race held annually in October. The Chicago Marathon held in Chicago, Illinois, the Boston, New York, London, Tokyo and Berlin. The Chicago Marathon is one of the 6th world marathons. This event is a primary sponsor by the bank of America and year Chicago Marathon is on 23 October 2019.
The similar marathons which are also held annually in New York city marathon, Boston marathon and berlin marathon. The first race was held in 1977, on 25 September and its original name is Mayor Daley Marathon.
Chicago Marathon Day messages, greetings, quotes and wishes to celebrate
Greetings for Chicago Marathon Day
_ Finishing a marathon changes your life forever.
_ Run hard, be strong and think big.
_ you have to forget your last marathon. before you try another. your mind cannot know what is coming.
_ Running the Chicago marathon has been my dream since I started running, and it will be my first big race. my goal to win and run 2 hours and 22 minutes.
_ The Racing is not some elite club. It is Reserved only for the fast, the thin and the beautiful. But it is a club for courageous people in stretchy fabrics.
_ Just Run it is tough to understand in the beginning that the whole idea is not to beat the other runners. eventually, you will learn that the competition is against the little voice inside you that wants to quit.
_ Finishing the marathon is a state of mind that says anything is possible.
_ there are no shortcuts in marathon, so anyone who is a marathoner has worked hard.
_ if you see me collapse pause my Garmin.
_ If you are losing hope in human nature, go out and watch a marathon. #ChicagoMarathon
_ I Run Because I can.
_ Wisdom is always an overmatch for strength.
_ On this Chicago marathon run like you are the only one.
_ Presenting Chicago marathon by the bank of America.
_ Racing tells us to challenge our body. It teaches us to go beyond where we thought we could go. I help us to find out what we made. This is what we do. Is what it is all about.
_ In the marathon first you feel like dying, and then you feel reborn.
_ Always remember pain is temporary, but pride is forever.
_ To describe the survival of the marathon to someone who never runs; it is like trying to explain colour to someone who was born blind.
_ If it does not challenge you. it would not change you.
_ When your legs cannot run anymore, run with your heart to win.
_ it is not a sprint, and it is a marathon so be patient and grind hard.
_ The miracle is not that I finish it is that I dared to start.
_ Running has taught me, perhaps more than anything else, that there’s no reason to fear to start lines or other new beginnings.
Messages for Chicago Marathon Day
_ The race always hurts. Expect it to hurt you. You do not train, so it does not hurt. You train so you can tolerate it.
_ The pride in finishing the marathon is much greater than all the pain endured during the marathon.”
_ Winning has nothing do with racing most of the days do have races anyway. winning is all about struggle and effort and optimism, and never give up.
_ There will be days when I do not know if I can run the marathon there will be a lifetime movement knowing that I have.
_ Any man can run, but it takes a special kind of a man to run a half marathon.
_ In a race, pain is temporary and quitting lasts forever.
_ Run like there is a cool guy in front of you and a creepy one behind you.
_ You know you are a runner when you use words like only and just in the same sentence as Run miles.
_ Running is a pain in the body. but it surely gives me a nice one.
_ You can keep going, your legs might hurt for a week, or you can quit, and your mind will hurt for a lifetime.
_ Today I will do what others would not so tomorrow I can do what others can’t.
_ Every day is a happy day when you run.
_ The pain you feel in your body today is the strength you will feel tomorrow.
_ Pain is a weakness leaving the body.
_ Harder, faster and stronger run as one work as a team, finish as a family.
_ Run a marathon they said it would be fun, they said.
_ Look in the mirror that is your competition.
_ A short running is better than no running.
_ There are moments in time when running allows you to see how beautiful your life is.
_ Marathon running reminds you that even in your weakest moments. you are strong.
_ Like the marathon, life can sometimes be complicated; however, if you believe in your dreams, wishes and never give up, things will turn out for the best.
_ Life is like a marathon. it is full of ups and downs that take your breath away.
_ Go slow and keep moving. #ChicagoMarathon
_ Marathon race always hurts, prepare yourself for that.
_ Before winning this marathon you have to show your hard work.
_ The running world is a place where the curiosity of what is possible outweighs the acceptance of normality.
_ Believe you can run a marathon and you are halfway there.
_ The marathon is like a beautiful.
_ Run like you stole something.
_ Some people have their bowling ball and their bowling shoes and no friends.
_ Slow runners make fast runners look good.
_ Strength does not come from what you can do. it comes from overcoming the things you have once thought you could not.
_ If you run, you are a runner. it does not matter how fast or how far.
_ Set a goal so big you cannot achieve it until you grow into the person, who can.
_ Congrats on running a marathon without having to stop for a heart attack.
Quotes on Chicago Marathon Day
“You’re running on guts. On fumes. Your muscles twitch. You throw up. You’re delirious. But you keep running because there’s no way out of this hell you’re in because there’s no way you’re not crossing the finish line. It’s a misery that non-runners don’t understand.” –Martine Costello.
“Marathoning is like cutting yourself unexpectedly. You dip into the pain so gradually that the damage is done before you are aware of it. Unfortunately, when awareness comes, it is excruciating.” –John Farrington.
“The music of a marathon is a powerful strain, one of those tunes of glory. It asks us to forsake pleasures, to discipline the body, to find courage, to renew faith, and to become one’s own person, utterly and completely.” –George Sheehan.