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2017 Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle

2017 Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle

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Tuesday, Mar 14, 2017 at 02:53 PM CDT

Runner’s Guide to 2017 Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle

Runner’s Guide to 2017 Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle

Looking to kick off the start outdoor running season in Chicago in a festive way? Celebrate by running, or walking in Bank of America’s 38th annual Shamrock Shuffle on April 2.

Thursday, Mar 9, 2017 at 03:57 PM CST

List of Street Closures in Place for 2017 Shamrock Shuffle

List of Street Closures in Place for 2017 Shamrock Shuffle

Several street closures are in place for the 2017 Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle 8K race next month.

Sunday, Mar 19, 2017 at 12:12 PM CDT

See the Full Map of the 2017 Shamrock Shuffle Course

See the Full Map of the 2017 Shamrock Shuffle Course

Whether you're running, jogging, walking or even watching runners take to Chicago streets during this year's Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle event, you'll likely need to know where you're going.

Thursday, Mar 9, 2017 at 03:19 PM CST

What You'll See Each Mile of the 2017 Shamrock Shuffle

What You'll See Each Mile of the 2017 Shamrock Shuffle

Runners hitting Chicago streets for this year's Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle 8K will not only get to enjoy the start of running season in the city, they'll get a grand tour of Chicago while they're at it.

Monday, Feb 13, 2017 at 10:47 AM CST

Defending Champs to Race for 'Hat Trick' in Shamrock Shuffle

Defending Champs to Race for 'Hat Trick' in Shamrock Shuffle

Defending Shamrock Shuffle champions Stephen Sambu and Alexi Pappas will return to the streets of Chicago in April as they look to achieve a “hat trick” of victories.

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