Race Information

Downtown Indianapolis
September 30, 2017
Start time: 7:30 AM

Click here to register online for 2017

Click here to download a registration form for 2017


Many volunteers are needed to help make this event a success. Click here to view available opportunities.

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Use the race tank sizing chart below to select the size that will best fit you. If you've already registered and wish to change sizes, please email info@IndyWomensHalfMarathon.com with your name and desired size and we will take care of you! (click on the image to view the larger picture).

New 3-D course fly-by!

View a fun and informative 3-D fly-by of the half marathon course here.


The Indy Women’s Half Marathon was introduced to the central Indiana running community in August 2010 as the first women’s only half marathon in Indiana. In just five years, it has become the largest women’s running event in the state and a 13th largest Women's half marathon in the U.S.

This event is special. A women’s only race offers a unique atmosphere, emotion and camaraderie from women of all ages and abilities. Some race competitively, some for charities, some for loved ones or for reasons we may never know about, and some will run with friends decked out in colorful fashions. According to the 2014 Running USA industry report, there are 8.6 million female runners in the U.S. Within that group, half marathons are the fastest growing race distance. As Indiana’s largest women’s only running event, we hope you join us!


The Indy Women's Half Marathon & 5K would not be possible without the support of our great sponsors and partners.

Course Maps

Course MapClick here to view and download the course map for the Indy Women's Half Marathon!

Click here to view a 3-D fly-by for the half marathon!

Click here to view and download the course map for the Indy Women's 5K!

Special Welcome to our 2017 Groups


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