The Flying Pig Marathon will not be held in person on May 1-3, 2020. If you’re a registered participant, you should have an email with the options available or you can view them here. If you’re interested in participating in our virtual Flying Pig Marathon this spring or the rescheduled event weekend on Oct. 9-11, 2020, registration will be re-opening for both options soon.
PigAbilities is a movement for inclusion that supports our families and friends who live with disabilities. Our one mile event is designed for participants (and supporters of participants) to run, walk or roll at their own pace so they can cross the official Flying Pig Marathon Finish Swine, just like everyone else. PigAbilities is an event for heroes.
On Saturday, October 10 participants will gather to walk, roll or stroll the final mile on part of the actual Flying Pig Marathon course! The cost to register is $15 per person. Groups interested in participating in the event or any person in need of assistance with the cost of registration may contact the Flying Pig Office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Friday, October 9 at the P&G Health Fitness and Fitness Expo
– Saturday, October 10 near the Start Line of the race, details TBD
All registered participants will receive a shirt, limited-edition poster, premium bag and virtual goodie bag.
All PigAbilities finishers will receive a finisher’s medal, mylar blanket, and Finish-area refreshments.
Please check back soon for more information about drop-off and pick-up.
Looking for a way to get involved? Help cheer on hundreds of participants as they achieve their goal and cross the Finish Swine! Email Kaitlin Osborne at email@example.com for more information.
For Anyone, Inspiring Everyone
“Mia looks forward to PigAbilities every year. Last year, she wore her medal for two straight weeks after the event! She was so happy.”
-Mary R. (Mia, Age 13)
“Such a wonderful time. Our family looks for ‘inclusive’ events, and PigAbilities is an example of one that was perfectly done. We can’t wait for next year!””
-Lauren K. (Thomas, Age 8)