Registration Closes December 31st


Run virtually with Bart Yasso!

Register before Dec 31st! Listen to running legend Bart Yasso , “The Mayor of Running” narrate your Quarter Marathon experience while you participate with our one-of-a-kind soundtrack.

Enjoy this unique listening experience with pre-race countdown, cheers, race sounds, and more!   Start your playlist 6 minutes before you’re ready to take off.  

We have partnered with Bart Yasso and DJ Moody to create a one-of-a-kind fun, energetic playlist for you to listen to while you participate! 


We have a race distance and participation option for everyone!

  • 1 Mile
  • 5k (3.2 Mile) 
  • Quarter Marathon (6.55 Mile)
  • Half Marathon (13.1 Miles)
  • Marathon (26.2 Miles)
  • Ultra-Marathon (52.4 Miles)


Walk outside or on the Treadmill at your pace.


A Virtual Run can be done from any location around the world, any time during the open event date. Simply run, walk, roll or ride your your team or individually.

Roll or Ride

Bike or Roll your way through this race.

Walk, Run, Roll, or Ride for those who can’t.


  • The Quarter Marathon virtual race series can be done from any location around the world, anytime during the open event date.
  • Register a Team or Individual. Train. Pick your date and route, then Run, Walk, Roll or Ride your Quarter Marathon at your pace.  
  • Fundraise as an Individual or Team- Win prizes!
  • Listen to Bart Yasso while you participate with our soundtrack. Unique listening experience with pre-race, countdown, cheers, race sounds, and more!
  • Earn a Coin or Medal and Shirt!
  • Printable Bib
  • Finisher’s Certificate


  • 1 Mile will receive:
    • Coin
    • Printable Race Bib
    • Downloadable Finisher’s Certificate
    • Access to customized playlist narrated by Bart Yasso
    • Option to purchase 1mile with Tech-tee and Coin
  • All other race distances (5k, Quarter, Half, Marathon and Ultra) will receive:
    • Finisher’s Medal
    • Finisher’s Tech Shirt (Soft-style wicking)
    • Printable Race Bib
    • Downloadable Finisher’s Certificate
    • Access to customized playlist narrated by Bart Yasso



Make your race more meaningful by creating your own fundraising page through the registration link to share with friends and family. 
  • Individual Page: A fundraising page is automatically created for you. Click here to view your fundraising page and follow these steps to customize it! 
  • Individual Challenge: The Top 3 Individuals with the most fundraising dollars by the end of the registration date will be mailed a special award. Check out our online fundraising leaderboard here.   
  • Team Page: If you created a team during registration, you will automatically have a team fundraising page. All individual totals will go towards your team total. Click here to view teams or add yourself to one post-registration. Team captains can edit and customize their team page. Encourage your friends and co-workers to join your team.  
  • Team Challenge: The Top 3 teams with the most miles and fundraising dollars by the end of the registration date will be mailed a special award. Visit our online fundraising leaderboard here.  

Participating in a race is always more meaningful when you run for a reason. The proceeds of the Quarter Marathon will go to the Brain Injury Recovery Foundation to provide its programs and services to the over 2.87 million American’s who suffer Brain or Neurological injuries each year.  


Get your Quarter Marathon logo gear and training gear!


1 in 5 Americans will suffer from a Traumatic Brain Injury.

The Brain Injury Recovery Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization whose mission is to support those who have suffered Brain or Neurological Injuries as well as their family, friends, and caregivers by providing programs for Care, Financial Assistance and Rehabilitation built to meet their specific needs so that they can achieve their goals.


In 2009, The “Quarter Marathon” idea was created by Chris Lieberman. He is also the founder of the Route 66 Marathon, Center of the Universe Festival, and other events and businesses. 

2016, Chris was working in his warehouse when he suddenly fell off a ladder approx 10′ feet to the concrete floor. Chris suffered a Severe Traumatic Brain Injury. 

Kim (Chris’ girlfriend), Ashton, and Aldyn (Chris’ daughters) fought to keep Chris alive and stayed by his side. Chris was in a coma. During this time, his family stayed by his side and advocated on his behalf. Kim, Ashton, and Aldyn did their best to remain positive, but the doctors continued to provide a  “worst-case-scenario” prognosis. They made a pact; regardless of if Chris remained in a coma, they would not entertain any prognosis other than recovery. They were ready to fight!

Chris slowly began to wake from his coma and began a 1.5-year recovery process in multiple hospitals and rehab centers across the country. Once he was aware again, the first thing he wanted to do was to return to work and the events he created and loved so much, but first, he had to go through the rehabilitation process and relearn how to do everything from feeding himself, reading, writing, daily tasks and when those goals were accomplished he moved onto his next goals of working on his mobility by learning to walk again.

2018-2019 Were the hardest. Chris was still recovering and started giving up hope. He wasn’t able to be independent, walk, or work (his true passion). It was a very dark time, but Kim, Ashton, and Aldyn remained faithful to their pact and to Chris’ recovery. They didn’t come this far to let him give up! 

After 3 years, they continued to search for more ways to help Chris walk again. They found React, an Activity-Based Therapy Center in Dallas Texas, and began driving Chris to therapy in Dallas (4.5 hours away) every week for over 8 months. Their perseverance paid off. Chris was able to ditch his wheelchair and walk independently again!

Feeling inspired by his recovery, they founded the Brain Injury Recovery Foundation to combat the severe lack of resources available to individuals and the families of neurological injuries. Through their programs for Caring, Advocacy, Awareness, Financial Guidance, Prevention, and the building of DEFY Neuro Rehab, Oklahoma’s 1st Activity-Based Therapy Center, they plan to change the TBI world and offer the services that individuals with neurological and spinal injuries, their families, and caregivers so desperately need.

2020- We have relaunched the Quarter Marathon as a Virtual race so that everyone, in every capacity, can participate!

Every 9 seconds someone suffers a neurological injury.

By participating in the Quarter Marathon, you will help raise much-needed awareness and support for those who have suffered from this devastating injury that claims its victims and steamrolls their family in the process.

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