Mardi Gras Mambo 10K/15K

Sat February 4, 2023 Baton Rouge, LA 70801 US Directions
Course Information
15K presented by CORE POWER

While the Mardi Gras Mambo has been running the streets of Baton Rouge since 1999, the Mambo 15K race kicked off for the first time in 2014. The 15K race distance is a great stepping stone and fun change in distance for half marathon trainers. The Mambo 15K race will challenge runners with a 9.33 mile course that features the best of downtown Baton Rouge and the Historic Garden District.

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10K presented by CORE POWER

Since 1999, the Mardi Gras Mambo has hosted Baton Rouge’s best 10K race! That tradition continues this year with a course that features the best of downtown Baton Rouge and the Historic Garden District.

 

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**All 15K & 10K runners must maintain a pace of 18:00 min/mile to be allowed to continue on the course.  If any runner falls behind this pace, they will be picked up by a race vehicle and either moved ahead on the course or brought to the finish line.
 
 
 
 
RAISING CANE'S 1 MILE FUN RUN

The best way to get your family interested in health is to approach it together. Kick off your family’s Mardi Gras Season, Mambo-style with the Raising Cane’s 1 Mile Fun Run! Welcome to children, adults, runners and walkers, alike.  The 1-Mile course is an out and back on North Blvd. from Town Square to the interstate and back.  Runners and walkers have 30 minutes to complete the 1 mile course.

 

*All courses are very well marked.  There are mile markers for each distance event, directional signs for course splits, and TURNAROUND signs for course turnarounds.  Course splits and course turnarounds will be manned with an operations staff member who will typically be making announcements on a megaphone.  Course turns are indicated with traffic cones and usually (not always) have police units, volunteers and/or staff members.  Traffic on courses is managed by our law enforcement partners, but no roads are promised to be closed to all traffic.  Runners should be aware of their surroundings: the course, applicable signage, vehicles, staff, volunteers, and police officers.

 

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