Oorah to all the runners who ran 13.1, 5ive or both during 2019 Historic Half Weekend. In addition to the challenge of Hospital Hill, runners had to overcome record heat that escalated throughout the morning. The Marines salute you for your dedication and commitment. Special thanks to the host community of Fredericksburg and all the amazing volunteers. 
Finisher results , split-times and downloadable, printable finisher certificates can be accessed through the results page of the Historic Half webpage. Finishers may customize their finisher certificates with special badges including first timer, Marine spouse, Iron Miler and more.

U.S. Marine Corps 1st Lt. Lindsay Carrick, 26, finished the 2019 Marine Corps Historic Half as the first female finisher in a time of 1:25:02. The Fredericksburg resident and Logistics Officer at Officer Candidate School aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico was also the 2018 Marine Corps Athlete of the Year. Conner Hendrickson, 23, of Charlottesville, VA who registered at the last minute, placed first for the men in the Historic Half with a time of 1:15:24. Just 31 seconds behind Hendrickson was Stephen Harrison, 30, with a time of 1:15:55. This was the third closest finish in the event’s 12 year history. Harrison previously won the Historic Half in 2015 in 1:14:59. 
A husband and wife duo earned the top Semper 5ive finishes. Mark Hopely, 30, set a new Semper 5ive course record by two seconds with his top finish of 27:18. Hopely finished first in the Historic Half twice previously, in 2017 with 1:10:38 and in 2016 with 1:11:06. Emily Hopely, 32, was the top female finisher with a time of 34:30. 
The Devil Dog Double combines both Historic Half and Semper 5ive distances for a 18.1-mile challenge. Matt O’Neil, 23, of Woodbridge, VA, finished the Devil Dog Double first in 1:43:56 by nearly nine minutes. Amber Reinecke, 23, from Leesburg, VA finished first for the women with 2:18:53.  

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Please take a moment to complete the Historic Half Weekend Finisher Survey .  

When Madison Harpole, crossed the line at 1:54:59, she became finsiher number 60,000 in the history of the Historic Half. Earlier in the day, the 270 th male finisher was Andre Olszta and the 127 th female finisher was Cindy Zarling. By finishing with those ranks, they became the 30,000 th male and female finishers at the Historic Half since 2008.
A highlight of the Historic Half every year is seeing the Marines in formation bringing in the final finisher. This year, the Marines sprinted from the finish onto the course to meet Notah Begay Jr., 77, of Albuquerque, N.M., surrounding him and cheering him through the finish. Begay participated in the event as a tribute to his father—a World War II code talker—and to his son, who had completed two tours of duty in Iraq as a Marine. 
Congratulations on completing the Historic Half, Devil Dog or Semper 5ive! Celebrate your achievement with an @iTABmedalinsert , personalized with your name and finish time that decorates and individualizes the finisher medal. 
Age group and other special Historic Half, Semper 5ive and Devil Dog Double award winners have been notified of their winning status by email and were presented awards during special ceremony at  Pohanka Nissan .
Finishing the Half, Double or 5ive is the first step in earning the Distinguished Participant medal presented by VA Runner. Runners must participate in Historic Half Weekend plus three other additional event dates to earn this special recognition. Register now for these qualifying MCM Events dates ( Run Amuck, Recon Ruck or Belleau Wood in June ; Quantico Tri or 12K in August; Turkey Trot in November).
It’s okay to check yourself out! View your Historic Half Weekend photos and don’t miss a moment of the action. You can purchase your favorite moments in a variety of formats, so you can enjoy event day for years to come. 

Go fierce or go for fun at the messiest, muddiest event on June 15. Run Amuck features more than 20 wild obstacles, foam zones and mud pits. Earn a finisher coin while getting’ muddy aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico. 

Over 100 years ago, in battle at Belleau Wood the Marines earned the “Devil Dogs” nickname. Commemoratie the landmark battle and run 4.97 miles through the wooded terrain of Quantico on June 15. All finishers earn a limited edition medal.  
Tackle an 11-mile course aboard Quantico wearing an appropriately weighted pack. Accomplish this endeavor and earn a collectable Velcro patch-an esteemed addition to any backpack. Registration is open now for the June 15 event. 
Swim the Potomac , bike 20K and run 5K across Quantico on August 24 in the Quantico Tri. Great technical shirts and unique finisher medals. 

The right distance at the right time-August 24. The 7.45 mile run offers unique access to the Marine Corps Base on a course through Officer Candidate School. 
The 6.2 mile run starts on the National Mall and finishes at the Marine Corps War Memorial alongside the MCM.  Register for the MCM10K to be held on Sunday, October 27