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 Honkers Marathon &amp; Half Marathon Honkers Marathon & Half Marathon Honker's Motivational Marathon Anaheim, CA USA January 13, 2013 Honkers Motivational Marathon & Half Marathon Race Date January 13, 2013 This marathon was designed by runners for runners and is USATF Certified as a Boston qualifying event. So grab your running shoes and join in on what promises to be one of the best marathons and half marathon in Orange County. Honkers Motivational Marathon and Half Marathon Along the river trail you will find hundreds of Canadian Geese, also known as Honkers. Myth has it that the strongest goose leads the pack and is motivated by the honking of the rest of the “family”. You may see the "Honker's" out there as you run Orange Counties most scenic and popular running trail. CA
 First Light Marathon &amp;Half Marathon First Light Marathon &Half Marathon Marathon Details BankTrust First Light Marathon & Half Marathon, 5 Person Relay, 1.2 Mile Mobile, AL USA January 13,2013 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Runner/Walker Perks T-shirt to all entrants Pre- and Post-race meals Post-Race Concert Finishers receive a medallion decorated by members of the L'Arche-Mobile community -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Marathon/Half Marathon: Course Maps Application (Marathon: USATF Certified AL04011JD, Half Marathon: USATF Certified AL08003JD) FLM is a Boston Marathon Qualifier. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-person teams running/walking the marathon: Relay Roster form. Open, Masters, Grand Masters, Senior Grand Masters, Race Walkers, Organizational, High School and Grade School divisions. School teams: $2 per finishing runner gifted to the school represented. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1.2 Mile Fun Run: Registration - Fun Run Registration form. Map - Fun Run Map. Kids Program: Chart your 25 pre-race miles and run the FLM 1.2 mile Fun Run to earn a certificate and $$ for your school - 25-Mile Individual Mileage Chart. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- AL
Disney World Marathon &amp; Half Marathon, 5KDisney World Marathon & Half Marathon, 5K Disney World Marathon & Half Marathon, 5K, Goofy Challenge Orlando, FL USA January 13, 2013 If you think that a marathon is just a walk in the park, put your endurance to the test and compete in Goofy's Race and a Half Challenge! A 39.3-mile adventure held over two days, participants will run the Half Marathon on Saturday, followed by the Marathon on Sunday. If you finish both races within the pacing requirements, you will be awarded the coveted Goofy medal in addition to your Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse finisher medals. You must register for Goofy's Race and a Half Challenge to receive the Goofy medal upon completion of both races within the pacing requirements. Goofy's Race and a Half Challenge will feature: •Two courses through Walt Disney World® Theme Parks totaling 39.3 miles •Disney Entertainment on-course •Event Weekend Transportation for Walt Disney World® Resort guests •Family Reunion Area with live entertainment and characters •Indulge and unwind at the Downtown Disney® After Party (Sunday evening) Race participants in Goofy's Race and a Half Challenge will receive: •Champion® Unisex Long-Sleeved Tech Shirts for the Marathon, Half Marathon and Goofy's Race and a Half Challenge* •Special Goofy finisher medal, along with the Commemorative 20th Anniversary Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck finisher medals for completing the Marathon and Half Marathon* -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Contact Information Name: Disney Endurance Event Manager Address: WALT DISNEY WORLD® Marathon and Half Marathon PO Box 10000 Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830 Phone Number: 407-938-3398 Fax Number: Email: Official Race Website: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Runner Comments FL
Phunt Trail Marathon and 50KPhunt Trail Marathon and 50K Race Date January 7,2013 If you're the sort of person who will truly enjoy a frigid foolish 31 mile nature jaunt, come on our for an unofficial, unsanctioned, unapproved trail run at Maryland's Fair Hill Natural Management Area. Standard Fat-Ass format: No Fee, No Frills, No Wimps, No Whining! Orientation at 8:45 AM, race start at 9:00. The course is a two-loop 50K* this year -- or, choose one loop for 25K. Only want to do 10K? We may not mark that but we'll tell you how (it's easy). We'll be running mostly on hilly single-track trail with a few tiny babbling brooks to cross, and just a teensy bit of rocky stuff to satisfy the trail-running purist. We haven't precisely measured the distance, but it's 95% trail with something like 3,000 ft. of aggregate vertical climb and has some super views! This run is meant for experienced trail runners, but anyone with marathon experience who wants to try an ultra and promises not to whine if they get tired and dirty is welcome. You should be able to finish the 50K in no more than 7-1/2 hours to be done before dark. MD
Fat Ass Marathon &amp; 50 KMFat Ass Marathon & 50 KM 15th Annual Fat Ass 50K Race January 5, 2013 9:00 AM CONFIRMED!! Bradley Palmer State Park, Topsfield, Mass. The Fat Ass Fifty will be in Bradley Palmer State Park again this year. The race will begin at 9:00 AM and will start at the Park Rangers main garage. 6.2 mile loop - run it one to five times. Anyone who wants to help early please arrive between 7 and 7:30. No entry fee - please bring something to eat or drink for the aid table! No advance registration required - register at start betwen 8 and 9 AM. Contact Roger Martell at (978) 887-5159 for more info or via email at ME
Athens Big Fork  Trail Marathon and 17 Mile Fun RuAthens Big Fork Trail Marathon and 17 Mile Fun Ru Marathon Details Athens Big Fork Trail Marathon & 17 Mile Fun Run Big Fork, AR USA January 5, 2013 Below: [Contact Information] [Runner Comments] Results: [2012] [2011] [2010] [2009] [2008] Course Information Before you read any of this race information - please be sure you have read this first. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Athens-Big Fork Trail Marathon and Blaylock Creek 17 Mile Fun Run take place on the Athens-Big Fork Trail. This is actually > 100 year old horse postal trail. After running this, you will wish you had a horse! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The course is an out and back course. You first run almost 3 miles on roads - paved and gravel up to the start of the trail. Then you enter the Athens-Big Fork Trail - White Blazes. Follow the trail over 8 mountains. The 8 mountain crossings on the trail are: 1.Missouri 2.Hurricane Knob 3.McKinley 4.Brier Creek 5.Leader 6.Brushheap 7.Brushy 8.Big Tom You pop out of the trail and need to go about a half mile down the gravel road to get your full 13.1. Then you turn around and go back. It's that easy! The 17 Mile Blaylock Creek Fun Run only gets to run half of the hills. You will turn around at the Aid Station just across Blaylock Creek. What this means to you the runner. Here are some statistics for you to consider - this is the "out" of the out and back: Max Elevation: 2028 Min Elevation: 1023 Climbing Elevation Gain: 4600 feet Climbing Distance: 7.10 miles Average Grade: 12% -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Contact Information Name: Steve Appleton Address: Phone Number: Fax Number: Email: Official Race Website: http:// AR
Zoom! Yah! Yah! Indoor MarathonZoom! Yah! Yah! Indoor Marathon Zoom! Yah! Yah! Indoor Marathon Northfield, MN USA January 6, 2013 America famous indoor race since 2006 and running sucessfully since. MN
Camarillo Marathon &amp; HalfCamarillo Marathon & Half Camarillo Marathon & Half Marathon, 5K Camarillo, CA USA January 6, 2013 Camarillo Marathon Half Marathon & 5k You asked and we listened! Camarillo Marathon is now a two loop course, all flat and very spectator friendly. Yes this course is still a Certified course and Boston Qualifier ( cert pending now) Course Description: The full marathon course will now be two loops of the half marathon course that you all know and love. You will be able to see your loved ones and fan club 3 to 4 times along this VERY spectator friendly course. This new format will allow runners to see their official half marathon time as they pass along the half way point and race day clock. At this marathon you will feel like part of the celebration all race long. New to running? This is the course for you, an all flat course along the famous Camarillo farm lands, gentle ocean breeze along the back portion of the main loop. You will be able to wave to your friends and family with about 3 miles to go as you enter the park area for the home stretch Middle of the pack guys and gals: This is one of those courses that you can really get a PR (personal record) showing at. All flat, great scenery, fun people and very spectator friendly so smile for the camera. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- CA
Watchung Winter Marathon and HalfWatchung Winter Marathon and Half Join us on January 5th, 2013 for a run through beautiful Watchung Reservation in north-central NJ. These low-key, minimal-support, informal trail runs will provide an excellent opportunity to test your mid-winter training. •Four options: 10k, Half Marathon, Marathon or 50K. •ALL distances follow the same course - PINK Trail a 6 mile loop ( /- a few ft. your gps may vary) •10K will do 1 loop •Half Marathoners will do 2 loops •Marathoners will do 4 loops •50K runners will complete 5 Loops of the Pink Trail •Single-wide and double wide trail over rolling wooded terrain. When: 8:00 am on January 5th, 2013. Where: Start and Finish at the Loop by the Playground. map Entry fee: $25 minimum donation - NJ Trail Series will pay for all permits, insurance, aid station food, etc. The cost of $25 per runner is being used as a donation to The Wilson School. NJ
Missisipi Blues Marathon &amp; HalfMissisipi Blues Marathon & Half Race Date: January 3, 2013 The Blues Touted as one of the "Great Races That Don't Break the Bank" The Mississippi Blues Marathon and Half-Marathon continues to earn praise and is now being recognized as one of the don’t miss events of the year! The Road Runners Club of America’s ClubRunning magazine published an article in its September edition highlighting races around the country offering a race date NV
Metal Sawing Technology Texas Marathon &amp; HalfMetal Sawing Technology Texas Marathon & Half 14th annual Metal Saw Texas Marathon Date: Tuesday, January 1, 2013 Time: 8:00 A.M. Marathon Start 8:15 A.M. Half Marathon Start Location: Greentree Park, Kingwood, TX Address: 3826 Brook Shadow - Kingwood, TX 77345 Changes for 2013 The Texas Marathon started as a marathon event only. Later we added a half marathon to accomodate family members and local runners in the interest of promoting the sport. We have become concerned that our event has changed its focus from a marathon to a half. This was not our intention. This year (2012) we heard several runners comment that there was no reason to run the marathon when they would receive the same medal for running the half. We agree. For the 2013 and all future events, marathoners will receive the really large medal and half marathoners will receive a substantial, yet smaller one. We feel this is in the best interest of the marathon sport. -Steve&Paula History: Rick Worley was the reason for starting the Texas Marathon in 2000. He was working on setting a Guinness World Record for the most marathons on consecutive weekends when he ran 200 in 159 consecutive weeks. There was not a marathon being held during the Christmas weekend in 1999, which would have broken Rick's streak. We organized the Free Kingwood Marathon and held it on 12/26/99. Rick went to Ohio to run a series of marathons between Christmas and New Year's. He needed a marathon on New Year's Day and could only find a very difficult ultra marathon. We offered to organize another marathon six days after the Free Kingwood Marathon using the same course, with a new name, "Jammin' in January" and held it on New Year's Day. The race has been held on New Year's Day every year since then. Rick completed the Texas Marathon four times and participated in it every year until 2006 when he injured his ankle. He completed 299 marathons including at least four in every state and also at least one on six continents. Rick Worley was tragically killed in a traffic accident on 7/25/10. We send our love to Rick's family. We will miss Rick, his laugh and his love of friends, family and marathoning. . -paula&steve -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TX
New Year's Day Marathon &amp; Half Marathon, 5KNew Year's Day Marathon & Half Marathon, 5K Marathon Details January 1, 2013 New Year's Day Marathon & Half Marathon, 5K Allen, TX USA January 1, 2013 January 1, 2013 – morning New Year’s Day Marathon, Half Marathon, and 5K Then come back the next day and celebrate starting 2013 the best way possible – the active way! Who could think of a better way to start the new year than with a thousand other runners and walkers?!? And for locals, this still means you can enjoy ringing in the New Year at midnight. All events start 8:15 am or later, and it’s conveniently located in Allen with parking right at the start/finish line. So ring in the new year and hop into bed – many of you can still enjoy 6-7 hours of sleep! All finishers will receive a finisher medal commendation. TX
 Running for an Angel Marathon, 1/2,50M,10K,5K Running for an Angel Marathon, 1/2,50M,10K,5K Race Date: January 12, 2013 ! This stunning course promises to quickly become one of the Nation's "Must Do" races. Running 100% on paved and packed dirt trails completely removed from vehicular traffic, you'll traverse the Mojave Desert running thru historic railroad tunnels perched atop of a sweet view of Lake Mead. The "Money Shot" comes at your turn around with an expansive view of Hoover Dam and the Bypass Bridge. No need to "stop and glance"- you get a great view without breaking your stride. Come join us for this fabulous run ¡Running from an Angel Marathon,1/2,10K,5K&50 miler January 12, 2013; Lake Mead N.R.A., outside of Las Vegas, Nevada Run amid the stunning scenery and vegetation of Lake Mead N.R.A the winter desert will treat runners to a magical experience. Blue skies and perfect temperatures will enchant you as you traverse continual rolling terrain alongside the azure blue waters of Lake Mead. The sister event to Running with the Devil, the Running from an Angel races are the exact same courses as the Devil series. Together, these sister events are designed to offer athletes an opportunity to see exactly the difference in time running in the heat causes (all things held constant- I am not responsible for holiday pigging out!) Running with the Devil races in the middle of the summer, in the middle of the day to fully get the effect of running in extreme heat. Conversely, Running from an Angel runs in the winter in much milder, even cold temperatures. Many studies have been done to determine the exact effects of heat training. Run the double and find out for yourself, or run either one on its own. NV
Arbor Day 5 KArbor Day 5 K Race Date : April 27, 2012 5K Brookings' "Friend of Trees," Kathleen "Kay" Cheever passed away on January 9, 2002. She is honored in this annual event. Kay was a lifelong advocate for the planting, nurturing and appreciation of trees in the Brookings area. She served on the Brookings Arbor Day Committee since its inception; she initiated this event. She inspired us with her good humor and good cheer. Begin the Arbor Day Celebration at the new McCrory Gardens Visitor Center with the Brookings Arbor Day Committee and the Prairie Striders at the Kay Cheever Annual Arbor Day Run/Walk for shade. Free Refreshments: Muffins, fruit, juice, and milk will be available. Kids of all ages welcome! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SD
Maui Paradise MarathonMaui Paradise Marathon Date January 13,2013 Marathon & Half Marathon Courses We will have two marathon courses and two half marathon courses, one new one. They are similar to what we had for 2011. Start for all of them is at the Library in Kihei. One marathon course heads north on S Kihei Road and turns around just past MP 3 and the Canoe Club area on N Kihei Road, returns along S Kihei Road and heads out south through Wailea to the Makena area to turn around to return north to the Library. The other marathon course heads south immediately and turns around at the Grand Wailea, back north to the Library, then south again to the Makena turn around, returning north to the Library. The first half marathon heads south to just prior to the Makena Beach Resort where it turns around returning to the Library. The new half marathon course starts at the Shops of Wailea just south of the Marriott Hotel. Follow the Wailea Alanui road through Makena past Makena Beach resort, past Big Beach, into Ahihi reserve and about 1.4 miles past the cove into the lava fields where we hit half way and turn around and trace our steps back to the start. HI
Chevron Houston MarathonChevron Houston Marathon Date January 13,2013 Number of Participants The Chevron Houston Marathon and Aramco Houston Half Marathon have a protected cap of 24,000 participants. Of the 24,000-participant field, 13,000 entries are reserved for the marathon and 11,000 for the half marathon. Time Limit The time limit for completing the marathon is six hours. The course closes on a rolling schedule based on a 13:45 per mile pace. Entry Requirements Participants must be at least 12 years old on race day to register for the marathon. Course Click here for detailed course information. Wave Start The Chevron Houston Marathon features a wave start with the first wave starting at 7:00 a.m., 10 minutes before the second wave start at 7:10 a.m. Wave assignments are determined by the projected pace per mile indicated during registration. Scoring Per USATF rules, gun time is used to determine prize money winners and time bonus recipients. Chip time is used to determine all age-group winners and other award recipients. Unofficial results will include gun and chip time. Boston Qualification Both gun and chip time results are sent to the Boston Athletic Association which accepts chip time as a qualifying time. Qualification times earned at our 2011 marathon will be valid for 2011 and 2012 Boston entry. Qualification times earned at our 2010 marathon are valid for 2011 Boston entry. Please direct all Boston Marathon registration questions to the Boston Marathon organization. Runner Rewards All registered participants will receive a participation T-shirt at packet pickup. All official marathon finishers will receive a finisher shirt, medal and mug. Uncollected finisher shirts, medals and mugs will not be mailed. Post Race Food Marathon runners will receive a food ticket on their bib and will be able to exchange that ticket for a delicious breakfast in the H.E.B. Food Court. Breakfast includes eggs, sausage, hash browns, bagels, muffins, cookies, bananas, yogurt, coffee, hot chocolate, sodas and water. Weather Average start time temperature: 45° F Average finish time temperature: 60° F For more information about Houston weather in January, click here. Veterans Pace Team A pace team with goal finish times from three to six hours are led by the Houston Marathon Veterans and is free to join. Stop by the Veterans Pace Team booth during the Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Institute EXPO to get information or sign up for a pace team. If you do not sign up at the EXPO for a pace team, you are still welcome to join a team on race day. Click here for Veterans Pace Team details. Click here for information about the Houston Marathon Veterans. Cancellation Policy In the event of extreme or unsafe conditions on race day, the Chevron Houston Marathon may be altered or canceled to ensure the safety of all participants and the community as a whole. Click here to read our cancellation policy. Technology The Chevron Houston Marathon, Aramco Houston Half Marathon and EP5K offer a number of technological conveniences for participants and spectators. Click here for more information. 2011 Marathon Winners Bekana Daba, 2:07:04 (new course record) Mamitu Daska, 2:26:33 UT
Museum of Avaition Foundation MarathonMuseum of Avaition Foundation Marathon Race Date: January 15,2012 The Sixteenth Annual Museum of Aviation Foundation Marathon, Half Marathon and 5K Run/Walk will be held at the Museum of Aviation on Saturday, January 14, 2012. The event, put on by the Museum of Aviation Foundation and the Robins Pacers Running/Walking Club, is one of the largest marathon races held in Middle Georgia and is part of the 2012 Run & See Georgia Grand Prix Series. Proceeds from the growing annual event benefit the Museum of Aviation, one of the largest education-focused aviation museums in the country. In last year's race 1,244 runners and walkers from 33 U. S. States plus Ontario (Canada) and Kenya participated in the races held on Robins Air Force Base. All three races are USA Track and Field certified, are accurately measured and are relatively flat and fast. All participants receive a quality colorful long-sleeve race shirt and those who postmark their registration by January 7 are guaranteed to receive their shirt on race day. Cash prizes will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place male and female finishers in each race. First place gets $250, second place $150 and third place $100. Trophies are also awarded to the overall top three male and female finishers in each race; the overall top three male and female masters in each race; the top active duty military male and female in the marathon; and the top three finishers in fourteen different age categories. Chip timing will be used again this year. Each marathon and half-marathon runner will receive a medallion with ribbon as they cross the finish line. Patriotic opening ceremonies will be held in the Century of Flight Hangar and plenty of refreshments are available afterwards. The start time for the marathon and half marathon is 8:00 am. The 5K Run/Walk will start at 8:15 am. Entry Fees are: 5K Run/Walk - $20; Half Marathon - $40 and Full Marathon - $50. A $5 surcharge is assessed for registrations after January 7. Race packets may be picked up at the Museum of Aviation Century of Flight Hangar on race day only between 6:30-7:30 a.m. A picture ID is required at registration/check-in. Award ceremonies will be held in the Museum's Century of Flight Hangar at 9:30 a.m. for the 5K; 10:45 a.m. for the Half Marathon and 1:00 pm for the Marathon. No switching races after 6:00 pm on Friday, January 13. For Museum and race information, call June Lowe or Mary Lynn Harrison at (478) 923-6600 or email Online detailed race information can be found at or Runners can register online at Race Director, John Hunter, can be contacted at (478) 335-3426 or email The Museum of Aviation, located 10 miles east of I-75 Exit 144 in Warner Robins, Georgia has a collection of over 100 aircraft and missiles and is the home of the Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame. The Museum is open every day from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day and after 1:00 pm on Christmas and New Years Eve. GA
Charleston Marathon and Half Marathon ,5K, Bike Charleston Marathon and Half Marathon ,5K, Bike Date January 19, 2013 thon • SATURDAY, January 19, 2013 REGISTER NOW! •Start Time: 8:00 a.m. •Start: Near Burke Middle High School, Charleston SC 244 President St., Charleston, SC •Finish: Near North Charleston High School, North Charleston SC 1087 East Montague Ave., North Charleston, SC •Route: The Charleston marathon is scenic 26.2-mile run that will showcase the beauty and the history of the Lowcountry, starting in downtown Charleston and ending in North Charleston. [View and Download the Course Map below] *Please note, we are in the process of finalizing the route. We will post a more specific detailed course description as soon as it is finalized. •Course Entertainment – Music and performance groups from our local schools and community will dot the course to keep you moving! •Aid Stations: The course includes Aid Stations approximately at every other mile until mile 21 and then they will be every mile. Stations will serve water and sports drinks, and select stations will serve energy gels, fruits and snacks. A detailed list of stations will be posted as we get closer to the race. •Clothing Drop: There will be a bag drop at the start, and at the first two Aid Stations. You must label them clearly with your bib number and they will be available at the finish area for pick-up after the event. We cannot be responsible for any items left after the event. •Support: There will be ham radio, medical, police and EMS personnel throughout the course, as well as dozens of course volunteers keeping our participants and spectators safe! •Time Limit: 6.5 hours – Note: All runners must finish the full marathon within the 6.5 hour time limit in order to receive an official time and a finisher’s medal. This will be strictly enforced by local authorities, for the health and safety of our participants as the course will then be opened to traffic. SC
Zoom!, Yah!, Yah! Indoor MarathonZoom!, Yah!, Yah! Indoor Marathon Date January 13,2013 Annual Zoom! Yah! Yah! Indoor Marathon is scheduled for Sunday, January 13, 2013 at St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN. This is a 150 lap race where every lap time is recorded by your personal time keeper. There are 600 aid stations, you will hear music the entire 26.21 miles and you will change directions every 30 minutes. The weather is perfect: no wind, no rain, no sleet, no snow....just a constant 56-64 degrees. We have the BEST pre-race meal anywhere and we provide towels for out-of-town runners. We will have a lottery again for 2012. Registration forms must be received by 8/31/2011. To receive 2012 registration information, please email Dick Daymont ( MN
Brazos Bend "Keep On Truckin" Trail Marathon TEXAS FLANGE RACE SERIESKEEP on TRUCKIN' TRAIL RACES Half Marathon * Marathon * 50K Ultra January 8th, 2012 Brazos Bend State Park Starting at 7:15 AM Race Sponsored by: Please join us for our 2nd Annual Brazos Bend 'KEEP On TRUCKIN' Trail Races on the Trails at Brazos Bend State Park. We are so excited to team up with Brazos Bend State Park to offer this incredible venue. The Course is Absolutely Beautiful! The trails run along side several lakes offering great views of the park. The Half and Full Marathon is 95-98% gravel trails and NO CONCRETE RUNNING and the 50k will add an additional 5.5 miles with some challenging dirt trails. The course is almost entirely shaded with beautiful wildlife. We have strategically placed the water stops next to Clean Restrooms on the course. Brazos Bend State Park offers 35 miles of beautiful hike and bike trails. Some of the trails take you off the beaten path into the hardwood forest. Plus with a huge amount of wildlife in the park including, alligators, deer, hogs, waterfowl and birds, your outdoor experience will be truly enhanced and enjoyable. The park staff is eager to make this race a wonderful experience for the competitors as well as the spectators. Event Details Half Marathon Course: 1 figure 8 loop. Starting at the Elm Lake Pavilion, the course runs next to Elm Lake towards the beautiful SpillwayTrail then winding around 40-Acre Lake before heading back past the starting area. As you pass the starting area on your left, you will continue on to run alongside Creekfield lake, then out onto the wide gravel trails and beautiful shaded forest to the Equestrian Trails and Brazos River before heading back for 6 miles. Your final kick will take you back past Creekfield lake to the finish line. You will pass the start/finish line 3 times. Marathon Course: 2 Half Marathon course loops. You will pass the start/finish line 5 times. 50k Course: The 50k race will start and also follow the Marathon course but adds a challenging 2.85 mile loop on the way back in, near the windmill that the other races will not follow. This 2.85 mile loop is challenging as it winds and dips it way through some beautiful secluded trails before it puts you back onto the Marathon Course. See map for details. 50k loop Online Registration: Click Here Start Time: 50K and Marathon - 7:15AM Half-Marathon - 7:30AM Registration Fees: Half Marathon - $65 Full Marathon - $75 50k Ultra - $80 Late Registration Fees: Add $10 after December 11th. Dryfit Tech Shirt: IMPROVED!! Must register by December 11th to be guaranteed a tech shirt. Water Stops: There will be fully stocked water stations every 2-3 miles. (Gatorade, Snacks, Electrolytes...) Restrooms: You are in the woods! There are 3 clean restrooms on the route. See map for restroom stops. Mile Markers: This is a trail run....There are NO mile markers. You MUST know the course! Runner Special Needs Bags: We will have a designated area set-up near the race start pavilion. Packet Pick Up: Thursday, January 5th 2:00-7:00 PM at Sports Authority in Clear Lake, TX Saturday, January 7th 4:00 - 7:00 PM at Brazos Bend State Park (Banquet Hall) Race Day, January 8th 5:30 - 6:30 AM at Brazos Bend State Park (Elm Lake Pavilion) Chip Pick Up: Race Day at Elm Lake Pavillion 6:00-6:45 AM Parking: Please arrive early to allow plenty of time to park and get to the starting line. There will be parking for 50k and Marathoners at Elm Lake. Half-Marathoners and spectators please park at Amphitheater (1/2 mile from start). See map for parking. Post Race Party: There will be food and drink available after your race. Awards: Overall Male and Female and Masters Male and Female - NEW!! Age Group awards 3 deep. Time Limit: 8 hours for all events Helpful Information Facilities: Facilities include restrooms with showers; campsites with water and electricity; screened shelters; primitive equestrian campsites; a trailer dump station; a dining hall (capacity 150), with ceiling fans, ac/heat, kitchen facilities, a barbecue pit, tables and chairs, and a restroom; approximately 35 miles of hiking/biking trails, including 8 miles of equestrian trails and a .5-mile nature/interpretive trail. For day-use visitors, there are 3 separate picnic areas with picnic sites. Two picnic areas have a group picnic pavilion (capacity 75 each): Elm Lake and Hale Lake pavilions, have electricity and water outlets, a barbecue pit, and picnic tables. Directions: The park is approximately a one-hour drive from downtown Houston. Take Highway 59 South to the Crab River Road exit. You may also take State Highway 288 south to FM 1462 West. Follow FM 1462 to FM 762 North. From the south follow State Highway 288 North to the FM 1462 exit or take State Highway 36 to FM 1462 East. All routes are marked with brown signs to guide you. The park is approximately a one-hour drive from downtown Houston. TX
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