Perhaps the only thing Stephanie Reinhart and Mark Jockel love more than running is each other.
Naturally, they got married while running the Chicago Marathon on Sunday.
They picked the corner of Roscoe and Broadway, a block short of mile 8, as their ceremony site for two reasons.
They wore appropriate attire — Jockel wore a tuxedo-printed t-shirt and Reinhart donned a white running top and skirt.
The ceremony lasted less than four minutes because, you know, they still had more than 18 miles left to run.
Leading up to the wedding, the couple made sure to theme everything around running.
Marathon officials didn't know they were planning the whole thing, but they contacted them after to give them "bride" and "groom" bibs as congratulations.
"The marathon reached out to us to say we should swing by the media center afterward," Reinhart said. "And I figured it was either something really cool or it was an arrest warrant."