During the race, runners' times and place in the field will be posted, searchable by name and bib number. A video broadcast will show runners crossing the finish line, and it will be searchable after the race, so runners can log on and watch themselves finish.



Metro will open at 6:30 a.m. on Sunday to accommodate marathon runners and spectators. Two stops are within walking distance of the start: Rosslyn, on the blue and orange lines, and Arlington Cemetery on the blue line. Because the course is closed to traffic during the race, Metro is also the best way for spectators to see the race from various vantage points.

Parking and shuttles

The north and south Pentagon parking lots will be open and free to runners and spectators on Sunday. Shuttles will ferry runners from the south lot to the start from 6 to 8:30 a.m. and will bring runners back from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Spectators should plan to take Metro from the Pentagon to the start, because the marathon shuttle buses will be reserved for runners wearing race numbers.


Online: Unofficial results will be available Sunday on www.washingtonpost.com and at www.marinemarathon.com

Phone: Unofficial results also will be available by phone (1-900-740-3939) Sunday evening. There is a $2 charge per call. You will need the race number of the runner for whom you want results.

Official results will be mailed to runners.