Sprinters are making tracks Sunday in the D.C. region for the primary in-person Marine Corps Long distance race in three years.

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The 47th yearly form of the long distance race starts off at 7:15 a.m. on Virginia Highway 110 between Arlington Public Graveyard and the Pentagon.

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 Sunday's race is whenever the race first will be held in the D.C. region starting around 2019, because of the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Around 20,000 sprinters will twist through Rosslyn, get over the Vital Extension into D.C. what's more, go through Georgetown

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 Rock Spring Park and the Public Shopping center prior to getting back to Gem City in Virginia for the race's final lap.

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New to the current year's race is the Sprinters Town — a unified area in Pentagon City where sprinters can drop off sacks, hydrate and utilize the bathroom before the race.

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Street terminations will be influencing huge pieces of Arlington and portions of Northwest and Southwest D.C. starting as soon as 3 a.m. also, going until 5 p.m.

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Metro will also operate free shuttle buses from Blue and Yellow line stations south of Reagan National Airport to the Runners Village beginning at 5 a.m.

There will be plenty of spots for spectators to take in the race, including the Lincoln Memorial, Smithsonian museums along the National Mall and the Marine Corps War Memorial.