Event Announcements & Press Releases

September 29, 2020

OhioHealth Capital City Half Marathon Scheduled To Be Held In-Person In 2021

While we are still looking through all the great photos and social posts from the 2020 Virtual Capital Half Marathon, OhioHealth Quarter Marathon and Cap City 5K, we can’t wait to welcome our runners, walkers and volunteers back in person…and we look forward to seeing you in 2021!   

We are excited to announce that the 18th OhioHealth Capital City Half Marathon is currently scheduled to take place in-person on Saturday, April 24 in Downtown Columbus. Registration is open and current fees ($70 for the Half Marathon, $50 for the Quarter Marathon and $25 for the 5K) will remain in effect until October 31. Virtual options for all classes are also available for 2021.

January 26, 2020

5th Line 5K Celebrates 5th Anniversary

M3S Sports celebrated hockey and fitness on Saturday, Jan. 25 with the fifth-annual 5th Line 5K Presented By OhioHealth in downtown Columbus.

January 6, 2020

Meet Our 2020 Voices of Cap City

Introducing the 2020 Voices of Cap City!

January 2, 2020

M3S Sports Kicks Off New Year With First On The First

M3S Sports kicked off the New Year with the annual OhioHealth First On The First 5K on Jan. 1 in Westerville, Ohio.

Nearly 1,500 runners and walkers got the new year off on the right foot with a 3.1-mile tour of the city of Westerville, then were treated after to the world-famous pork and chicken tacos, beans and rice provided by Yabo’s Tacos.

Zach Kreft, a Notre Dame cross country runner who won two state championships at Buckeye Valley, was the overall winner in 14:26. Melinda Endsley of Delaware was the top female in 18:26.

This year’s OhioHealth First On The First had a new location as the event was held at the Clements Center on the campus of Otterbein University. Sponsors included OhioHealth, Ortho Foot and Ankle, Fleet Feet + FrontRunner, Yabo’s Taco’s, Giant Eagle and Marathon.

Up next for M3S Sports is the Columbus Blue Jackets’ 5th Line 5K Presented by OhioHealth on Jan. 25 at Nationwide Arena.