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5 Tips For A Sucessful Marathon from NJ Shore Ma5 Tips For A Sucessful Marathon from NJ Shore Ma October 30, 2014 5 Tips For A Successful Marathon There is a definite learning curve in the marathon. Tips and tricks are passed on from coach to runner, from veterans to first-timers. A successful race is the result of managing many small tasks. By planning ahead, you can make your marathon experience a whole lot smoother..

Practice___.

_ Practice everything! In your long runs leading up to the marathon, you should try the shoes, apparel, breakfast, drink and/or gel that you think you will use on race day. It’s better to discover if something doesn’t work on a long run than during the marathon. Check the race website in advance to find out what fluids will be available on course. You can choose whether to supplement with the fuel on course or carry a different product of your choice..

Goals.

Experienced runners should have a goal time, but have some flexibility in that goal for dealing with weather and other factors on race-day. I like having a primary goal and a stretch goal, but it’s also good to have a slower time in mind that may you’ll be OK with if weather forces a slower pace. Just finishing 26.2 is a huge accomplishment, even if you have to adjust your goal time. I encourage new runners to focus on finishing their first marathon, rather than on hitting a specific time. There should be lots of entertainment to enjoy along the course, and running a solid, fun first marathon will set you up well for a more specific goal at your next race! Soak up the energy of the race, but start conservatively so you can have fun during the second half. The last 6 miles feel as hard as the first 20, so you should plan to save plenty of energy for the final miles..

Pacing.

Many runners get caught up in the excitement of the marathon and start out too fast. The early miles always feel easy, but any time “banked” is often given back later. It’s always easier to make up time if you start a little slow than to recover from starting too fast. Don’t get caught up in someone else’s pace. Even among runners with the same goal time, you may find that one runner is stronger running uphill, while another is stronger on downhill or flat segments. This can cause an awkward feeling of surges throughout the race, which is more difficult than maintaining the pace that is right for YOU. If you want to run with a pace group, allow yourself the option of pulling slightly ahead or even dropping a little behind during segments where the pace doesn’t feel quite right. Remember that pacers run a steady pace for 26.2, which might not mean a steady effort over hills..

Layers.

If you’re expecting cool weather at the start, add some layers that you can pull off mid-race if you warm up or if the fabric rubs you wrong. You can cut the toes off of some tube socks to make arm-warmers, and if needed, wear some “throw-away” gloves and a hat that you can toss as you warm up. Hydration Drinking too much plain water before and during the race can be a serious problem. It can throw off your electrolyte balance, causing a risk of hyponatremia (low sodium concentration). Runners are at a greater risk of hyponatremia if they take water at all aid stations and don’t consume adequate electrolytes to maintain sodium balance. To prevent hyponatremia, you should consume electrolytes with some of your water in the days before the marathon and during the race. You can mix in an electrolyte drink or eat whole foods containing electrolytes. Leading up to race-day, good electrolyte sources include bananas & avocado for potassium, dairy products (if you tolerate them) and green leafy vegetables for calcium, and chicken broth or other salty foods for sodium. On race morning you’ll want to stick with lighter foods for breakfast, mixing carbs & protein. My favorite pre-race meal is a banana with mixed nuts. Eaten 2-3 hours before the race, it provides sodium and potassium, along with carbs, and some protein & healthy fat..

A marathon is a lot to manage. Make a plan, but allow some flexibility if things don’t go exactly right. We look forward to seeing you at the finish line!.

Submitted by Rebekah Mayer, National Run Training Manager at Life Time Fitness. For more information on Life Time Run training programs, go to www.lifetimerun.com.
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February 14, 2015 NW Ultras Woolley Marathon &amp; February 14, 2015 NW Ultras Woolley Marathon & February 14, 2015 NW Ultras Woolley Marathon & 50K, Half Marathon Sedro-Woolley, WA USA Terry Sentinella Address: P.O. Box 1562 Anacortes, WA 98221 Phone Number: 360-202-2801 Fax Number: Email: ultradweeb@gmail.com Official Race Website: http://skagitultrarunners.com/woolley-runs All three runs are out and back with a few road crossings. Participants will heed traffic while crossing all roads, there will be NO crossing guards. As with all NW Ultra events these are meant to be fun runs with limited aid. Any diversion from the trail will be marked as well as all turnaround points. All three courses are out and back on railroad grade gravel path. The course has a slight (unnoticeable) uphill grade on the way out, with of course the same downhill grade on the return. There will be an aid station at each of the turnaround points (6.6 miles, 13.15 miles, 15.7 miles) and mile 4. Plan on carrying water and aid. This is not a USATF certified course and you can’t qualify for Boston, but it is at least the advertised distance. WA
Canadian Marathon, Relays &amp; RunsCanadian Marathon, Relays & Runs One of the most unique running events in Canada, the Canadian Evening Marathon, Marathon Relay, and Half Marathon, starts in the early evening (5:30 p.m. for the Marathon, and 7:00 p.m. for the Half Marathon). There is a time limit on the Marathon Run. Participants must be able to finish within a 5 hour time limit (i.e. must finish by 10:30 p.m. which is also the maximum time for the Iron 226 participants). Runners can choose to run solo, or get a team together and run the Marathon Relay. You will be out there in the cool of the evening and will be able to share your run with the Iron 226 participants who are also doing the Marathon after a day of swimming (4Km) and cycling (180Km). We think it will be an evening like no other. The Canadian Evening Marathon and Canadian Evening Half Marathon have received official certification by Athletics Canada and Run Canada and are considered official distance events. The course was measured by Dave Yaeger, and certified by Bernie Conway, National Course Certifier, IAAF Grade A Measurer, and USATF/RRTC Final Signatory. This certification along with our ChampionChip Timing means that the Canadian Evening Marathon may be used as a "Qualifier for the Boston Marathon". Qualification is automatic if the Boston Qualifying standard is met during this race. The Canadian Morning 10Km & 5Km Fun Runs are a big part of the"Canadian" weekend. They are being held early in the day though - at 8:00 a.m. - so you will have to get up early to be part of the fun. The runs are held in conjunction with the Canadian Iron 226 Triathlon and Duathlon. This positioning allows recreational runners to join in the fun and chaos of the Canadian. It will be a blast! You will really enjoy the course, which runs along the Rideau River on the recreational path - a beautiful and scenic course. Event Highlights: - Medals to all finishers presented at the finish line - Evening Marathon and Half Marathon - Marathon is a Boston Qualifier - Personalized participant bib numbers - Gold, Silver, & Bronze Medal Lanyards for the top 3 in each category - Official performance certificate available online - Fast, efficient Race Kit Pick Up none
December 14, 2014 Frozen Bonsai Half MarathonDecember 14, 2014 Frozen Bonsai Half Marathon NYCRUNS Frozen Bonsai Half Marathon Sunday, December 14, 2014 Central Park • 102nd Street Transverse New York, NY 10023 It is holiday time and this Polar Bear Family is ready and waiting with gifts for all the runners. Join us for this fun festive virtual run.

This is a virtual race, so run/walk/crawl where ever you are whenever you can. You can even complete this race on the treadmill.

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September 13, 2014 Life House Ministries RunSeptember 13, 2014 Life House Ministries Run September 13, 2014 Life House Ministries Run Walk & Stroll 5K Saturday, September 13, 2014 Centennial Trail Arlington • 1100 West Ave Arlington, WA 98223

•Life House Ministries is a very small brand new organization in Snohomish County. We are excited to combine our rescources with another small organization in this area called "Hope Unlimited" in efforts to make this a fun and successful fundraiser for both ministries.

By participating in this unique 5k on September 13th, you will help bring awarness to not only ONE local resource but TWO! We are a community that is committed to working together for the greater good!

Thank you for being a part of this incredible mission! Event details and schedule

The Life House Run Walk & Stroll is a 5k event that starts at Haller Park in Arlington, WA and runs north on the Centennial Trail. The 5k turn-around is near the gravel pit. Awards will be handed out approximately 1 hour after the race begins and as soon as enough participants complete the course.

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September 28, 2014  The Yonkers Marathon &amp; HalfSeptember 28, 2014 The Yonkers Marathon & Half September 28, 2014 The Yonkers Marathon & Half Marathon
F709ccc1-2b6d-4640-89a6-a07191e662d4 REGISTER ONLINE 
FOR THIS MARATHON at KNOWWHERETORUN.COM Marthon $60.00
Half $50.00

The Yonkers Marathon & Half Maratho About This Activity
The 2nd oldest marathon in the world continued it’s rebirth last year under the stewardship of NYCRUNS. While maintaining a great community vibe, this race is bigger and better than ever and provides a great bang for the buck! Event schedule and times
Start time: 8:00 a.m. start. Race-day packet pickup begins at 6:0
Address: Van Der Donck Street Yonkers, NY Course: Course information is available here. Both courses are USATF Certified and the marathon is a Boston Qualifier Race Cap & Time Limit: This race is currently capped at 1500 runners. The official time limit is 5 hours but as a rule of thumb the last thing we unplug is the finish line mat – take your chances over 5:00> Awards: Awards will be given to the top 3 male and female runners in each race and the top 3 in each ten year age group.
Packet Pickup: TBD. There will be prerace (Yonkers & NYC) and raceday packet pickup.
Amenities: A great technical race shirt and an amazing finisher medal will be included. Bag check and toilets will be provided.Bagels, spreads, and fresh fruit will make up the usual great NYCRUNS post race spread. Post race beer provided courtesy of our sponsors.
Public Transportation Directions: Take Metro North’s Hudson line to Yonkers. Metro North train service from Grand Central takes 26-31 minutes at most times. Please check MTA Trip Planner for up to date and detailed mass transit directions.
Driving Directions: Parking is limited, we encourage you to use mass transit. From Saw Mill River Parkway Northbound and Southbound Exit 5, Yonkers Avenue West. At end of exit, turn right onto Yonkers Avenue. Follow for about 2 miles, becoming Nepperhan Avenue. Make right onto Riverdale Avenue. In a 1/4 mile, make a left onto Dock St and then a right on to Atherton. Free parking lot is at end and available until 7:00 AM when Dock St. closes. Alternate Parking (paid): Take Nepperhan Avenue to Buenavista and make a right. Lot is on Buenavista. Please check Google Maps for additional information.
Cost: The marathon will be $60. and the half will be $50. through 7/31.The price of each race will increase $10. on 8/1 and again on 9/1. Starting 9/22 – the price of each race will be $80. until online registration closes. In person registration (if available) will be $100.00. NYCRUNS members receive a 5% discount, race deferral rights, and other perks.
The standard no-refunds, no-deferrals, no-transfers policy applies, unless you are signed up for the NYCRUNS membership
Sunday, September 28, 2014 Van Der Donck Street Yonkers, NY 10701
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June 1, 2014 Windermere Marathon &amp; HalfJune 1, 2014 Windermere Marathon & Half June 1, 2014 Windermere Marathon & Half Marathon Spokane, WA USA Name: Elaine Koga-Kennelly Address: Windermere Marathon 908 North Howard Street, Suite 101 Spokane WA 99201 Phone Number: 509.226.1978 Fax Number: Email: elaine@windermeremarathon.com Official Race Website: http://www.windermeremarathon.com The Sixth Annual Windermere Half Marathon is a USATF certified course. The course is scenic and fast with an overall net elevation drop of over 100 feet, which is ideal for setting Personal Records. The Half Marathon starts at 7:00 a.m. in Mirabeau Park in Spokane Valley. The race route runs on the Centennial Trail, alongside the Spokane River, usually flowing with white waters from the spring run-off of the nearby mountains. The exciting downhill finish is in Downtown Spokane’s Howard Street Bridge in Riverfront Park. To celebrate your victory, join the fun at the post-race party with food, beer garden and music festival! WA
March 10, 2015 Lower Potomac River MarathonMarch 10, 2015 Lower Potomac River Marathon March 10, 2015 Lower Potomac River Marathon Piney Point, MD Name: Liza Recto Address: Chesapeake Bay Running Club P.O. Box 635 Solomons, MD 20688 Phone Number: 301-863-8431 Fax Number: Email: cbrcliza@hotmail.com Official Race Website: http://www.cbrcmd.org The Chesapeake Bay Running Club’s mission is to promote physical fitness through running, walking and various cross training activities. We stimulate interest in running and walking to all residents in the Southern Maryland region by sponsoring championship races on/off the road, or track, fun runs/walks, and other social events. We provide educational activities through lectures, demonstrations and a monthly newsletter. We welcome and encourage the experienced as well as the inexperienced runner/walker and recognize our people with various awards for activities throughout the year. We cooperate with other nearby regional running clubs and local organizations by participating or working at their events in our efforts to promote our club and the sports of running and walking. CA
January 4, 2014  Athens Big Fork Trail MarathonJanuary 4, 2014 Athens Big Fork Trail Marathon January 4, 2014 Athens Big Fork Trail Marathon & 17 Mile Fun Run Big Fork, AR USA January 4, 2014 Official Race Website: http://www.athensbigforkmarathon.com mile Blaylock Creek “fun” run; both events are out-and-back courses utilizing the Athens-Big Fork trail. No entry fee, however, a donation of $5 per runner is encouraged to support the Big Fork Community Center, which is opened for the event. NOTE: This event is NOT for trail-newbies. If you are not an experienced trail- or ultra-runner (or adventure racer), we happily invite you to one of the other UTS runs, BUT NOT THIS ONE. This is a difficult event on a difficult trail that presents many opportunities for one to get lost, injured, exhausted, or incapacitated--with sparse access for rescue. AR
November 8, 2014 First Call Veteran's Day MarathonNovember 8, 2014 First Call Veteran's Day Marathon November 8, 2014 First Call Veteran's Day Marathon & Half Marathon, 50K Bothell, WA USA Official Race Website: http://firstcalltorunmarathon.blogspot.com Veterans Day Marathon/Half Marathon/50k. This will be a low key run along the Sammamish River between Bothell and Redmond Wa. (Just north of Seattle). This is a fun run, a run with friends, which is not certified but is measured, and will count for maniac and fanatic totals. The course is a paved trail, along the Sammamish River, shared with bicycles and other runners, etc. It is mostly flat. The half marathon is an out and back, the marathon is a double out and back and the 50k has an additional 2.4 mile out and back. This run is designed for the runner who is fairly self sufficient, with minimal support on the trail. Runners should run with a water bottle, and there will be self service aid stations along the way where you can refill with water or Gatorade. There are no cups on the course. There will be food at the finish, which is also the half way mark for the marathon. There are public rest rooms along the trail. The First Call Running Club is dedicated to promoting good health through distance running. Our events are low key, designed for those who are fairly self sufficient. There are water/Gatorade stops along the way, where you can refill your bottle (no cups on the course). There is food at the start/finish area provided by the club and by potluck donation. There is no cost run. Donations are appreciated, and these keep our runs going. Donations are used to pay for event costs, ie permits, insurance, food, supplies, improvements for future races etc. Left over funds are donated to charity. We are a chartered group of the RRCA. Annual Dues (donation) of $25 is requested for club membership. WA
September 27,2014  Darlington Marathon &amp;,September 27,2014 Darlington Marathon &, Marathon Details September 28, 2013 Darlington Marathon & Half Marathon, 10K, 5K, 2K Darlington, SC USA September 27,2014 Weekend Events Below is a detailed list of events to be held race weekend. Everything from the 5k Run/Walk, 10k, Half Marathon and the Full Marathon. While you are training for a marathon or any of our races this weekend is sure to host tons of exciting and fun events for everyone in the family. Make sure to take a look at them all below and register before time runs out! Steve Hughes Celerbration #300 - Race Day Come celerbrate with us on this day as Steve Hughes runs his 300th Marathon/ultra with us at the Darlington Marathon!! Steve is on of 7 people in the world to have run 100 marathons in a year! In 2012 he ran 78 marathons and 22 ultra marathons! He will be wearing Bib # 300 on this day, so come cheer him on and enjoy the celebration! You can check out his run history at the following link: http://www.marathonmaniacsdb.com/maniacs/MyMarathons.asp?ManiacId=2154 Email: DarlingtonMarathon@gmail.com Official Race Website: http://www.darlingtonmarathon.com SC
September 7, 2014  Ventura Marathon &amp; Half 5K,September 7, 2014 Ventura Marathon & Half 5K, September 7, 2014 VENTURA MARATHON & Half Marathon, 5K Ventura, CA USA Our goal was to create a flat, fast, and scenic course with an epic beach finish. The highest point in the race is less than 100 feet in elevation with no real hills and we finish at the beach. Our course runs from the Ventura Pier to the Port Hueneme Pier and back. Pier Into The Future Logo Since it's original construction in 1872, the Ventura Pier has stood as a symbol of the region's rich history and natural resources. Today the Pier is a favorite attraction for fishing, picnics, sunset strolls and beautiful views of Ventura Country's coastline and the Channel Islands. Community leaders established Pier into the Future, a non-profit, to establish a $1 million endowment fund to preserve and enhance this treasured resource for future generations to enjoy. Since reaching their goal in 2007, Pier into the Future has provided over $500,000 to the City of Ventura to fund Pier repairs and enhancements. Their signature fundraising event is Pier Under the Stars- Ventura's premier food and wine tasting event held the first Saturday in October. www.pierintothefuture.org
The Humane Society of Ventura County is a private, non-profit organization founded in 1932. We receive no direct financial assistance from city, county, state agencies or National Animal Welfare Organizations such as The Humane Society of the United States and the ASPCA. Fundraising events,grants, bequests, investments, supporters and your very important donations are our only sources of income. We truly appreciate your love, concern and support for our Shelter animals and the community outreach services the Humane Society provides. Approximately 95 percent of the contributions we receive are spent on programs and services that directly benefit animals.
When animals need a safe haven, we are here for them. Our Mission is dedicated to promoting the health, safety, welfare, compassionate care and protection of all animals through education and community outreach programs. www.humanesocietyvc.org
CA
August 6, 2015 First Call Summer Marathon &amp; HalfAugust 6, 2015 First Call Summer Marathon & Half August 6, 2015 First Call Summer Marathon & Half Marathon, 50K Bothell, WA USA August 6, 2015 Name: Adrian Call Address: 22304 Locust Way Brier, Wa 98036 Phone Number: 4257876302 Fax Number: Email: gottarun26.2@comcast.net Official Race Website: http://firstcalltorunmarathon.blogspot.com/ The First Call Running Club is dedicated to promoting good health through distance running. Our events are low key, designed for those who are fairly self sufficient. There are water/Gatorade stops along the way, where you can refill your bottle (no cups on the course). There is food at the start/finish area provided by the club and by potluck donation. There is no cost run. Donations are appreciated, and these keep our runs going. Donations are used to pay for event costs, ie permits, insurance, food, supplies, improvements for future races etc. Left over funds are donated to charity. We are a chartered group of the RRCA. Annual Dues (donation) of $25 is requested for club membership. WA
UCC Coffee Kona Marathon &amp; 1/2 Marathon, 10K/5K UCC Coffee Kona Marathon & 1/2 Marathon, 10K/5K Marathon Details June 23, 2013 UCC Coffee Kona Marathon & 1/2 Marathon, 10K/5K Family Fun Runs Kailua-Kona, HI USA The Course The Marathon starts at the Keauhou Shopping Center on Alii Drive, just south of Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. The course begins heading north on Alii Drive through Kailua-Kona and up to the intersection of Alii Drive and Kuakini Highway. The course then turns left on Kuakini Highway to “The Old Airport” (a real airport made into a park after the current airport was built). The course then jogs right up Makala Bouelvard through the Kona Commons Shopping Center and then left onto Queen Kaahumanu Highway (Highway 19). Continuing on Queen Kaahumanu Highway then turning left onto the Natural Energy Lab Road (OTEC). The course then doubles back to the finish at the Sheraton Kona Resort and Spa at Keauhou Bay. There is a GU Energy Gel Aid Station located on the course. The Marathon starts at 5:30 am at the Keauhou Shopping Center. HI
Oquirrh Mountain Marathon &amp; Half Marathon, 10K, 5KOquirrh Mountain Marathon & Half Marathon, 10K, 5K Oquirrh Mountain Marathon & Half Marathon, 10K, 5K Herriman, UT USA Race Date June 15,2013 June 14th & 15th 2013 Welcome to the new Herriman Oquirrh Mountain Marathon Website. On the weekend of June 14th-15th there will be something for everyone. A kids race, 5k & 10k fun runs, a half road marathon that is all downhill, you are sure to set a 13.1 PR on this course! Do you like running on trails? We have that! Do you want the full road marathon? We have that! Do you want to do both? We have that! It is a one of kind challenge offered no where else. Play hookie from work on Friday and run the trail half(ish) marathon and summit the two butterfield peaks before a long descent into Butterfield Park. Ice, shower, carbo load, sleep, and wake up the next morning to tackle the Marathon distance! Earn yourself the coveted “Master of Trail & Road” finisher medal. So no matter what your goals are, join us for an unforgettable weekend of running and adventure! Explore the website to see maps, course records, race info, and registration. Events June 14th (Friday) Trail Half Marathon Oquirrhman Challenge 40.5 Miles June 15th 1 Mile Kid Run 5k Fun Run 10K Fun Run Half Marathon Full Marathon Oquirrhman Challenge 40.5 Miles RACE WEEK SCHEDne 15, 2013 UT
Windermere Marathon &amp; Half MarathonWindermere Marathon & Half Marathon Marathon Details Windermere Marathon & Half Marathon Spokane, WA USA May 19, 2013 FULL MARATHON The Fifth Annual Windermere Marathon course is USATF certified and a Boston Qualifier! The point-to-point course is scenic and fast with an overall net elevation drop of over 200 feet, which is ideal for setting Personal Records. The Full Marathon starts at 7:00 a.m. at beautiful Rocky Hill Park in Liberty Lake, WA. The first 7.2 miles of the marathon runs through Liberty Lake’s upscale neighborhoods, pass Pavillion Park and well-groomed golf courses before connecting to the Centennial Trail at the Harvard Road Trailhead. The Centennial Trail follows the contours of the winding Spokane River and the views along the race route are a big part of the attraction of this race. The visible and audible Spokane River is usually flowing with white waters, thanks to the melting snows running off the nearby mountains. The exciting downhill finish is in Downtown Spokane’s Howard Street Bridge in Riverfront Park. Join the fun at the post-race party with food, beer garden and music festival to celebrate your victory! Race Highlights of Why You Should Run Our Race •Start: Sunday, May 19, 2013 at 7 a.m. •Full Marathon is USATF Certified and a Boston Qualifier! •Free bus transportation to Rocky Hill Park will be provided to all runners due to limited parking at the starting area. However, drop offs are permitted. After the race, bus shuttle service from the finish to the start and to Hotels in Liberty Lake will also be available. Official Race Website: http://www.windermeremarathon.com WA
Cellcom Green Bay Marathon &amp; Relay, Half Marathon,Cellcom Green Bay Marathon & Relay, Half Marathon, Cellcom Green Bay Marathon & Relay, Half Marathon, 5K, WPS Kids' Run Green Bay, WI USA May 19, 2013 Official Race Website: http://www.cellcomgreenbaymarathon.com/ Online Registration: Click Here to Register Online Today Course InformationA fast course with few turns that finishes with a tailgater themed party in the Lambeau Field parking lot! The half marathon and marathon start together in front of Lambeau Field. The initial miles pass along tree-lined streets in west Green Bay and the village of Ashwaubenon. After the half marathoners split off towards the finish at Lambeau Field, the marathoners head to the village of De Pere and cross their new bridge before a scenic, six mile stretch along the Fox River Trail. The asphalt trail runs along the river from DePere, through Allouez, to downtown Green Bay before crossing the Walnut Street bridge. It then continues through more Green Bay neighborhoods before returning to Lambeau Field. Come enjoy the fun! Click here for marathon course maps Click here for half marathon course maps WI
Berryman MarathonBerryman Marathon Berryman Marathon May 18, 2013 Email: slugrd@yahoo.com Official Race Website: http://stlouisultrarunnersgroup.net/?page_id=6 The St. Louis Ultrarunners Group (SLUGs) is an organization dedicated to promoting ultrarunning in the central Midwest. Fostering a community atmosphere, our club welcomes new and seasoned runners alike. If you are looking for great races, a friendly atmosphere and a group of people that are passionate about ultrarunning then you are in the right place. SLUGS currently host five annual races with distance ranging from 20K to 100 miles. Through our Eastern Missouri Ultrarunner Series we are also affiliated with a timed ultrarunning event in southern Missouri, You can learn more about these races utilizing the navigation bar above. Additionally the club sponsors multiple charity runs, coordinates semi annual trail maintenance, host aid stations at various running events throughout the Midwest and much much more. Come join in the fun 18, 2013 MO
NW Ultras Woolley Marathon &amp; 1/2 Marathon, 50kNW Ultras Woolley Marathon & 1/2 Marathon, 50k February 16, 20 Official Race Website: http://www.skagitultrarunners.com/woolley/index.ht The Woolley runs are ran on a "rails to trails" gravel trail from west to east (& back) along side of the Skagit River. The idea to put on this event was hatched during a long Skagit Runners group run in the summer of 2007. It's a spectacular trail, we saw a baby Elk during the run, Llamas, signs of Beaver, Bison, & Deer. This is meant to be a low key fun event. The price is low, the aid stations are stocked, you get a nice lunch and BS session at the finish. It just doesn't get much better than that. We will limit the participants to 150 due to parking availab NV
Goodlife Fitness Victoria Marathon and HalfGoodlife Fitness Victoria Marathon and Half October 7,2012 It's been called the most scenic marathon in Western Canada, but the GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon, Sunday October 7, offers more than dramatic ocean views. The route runs through much of Victoria's history, through historic neighbourhoods, each with their own unique culture and heritage. Those participants running the Marathon, Half Marathon or 8K are probably not focused on their surroundings and the landmarks they are passing–why should they? They each have their own goals whether to finish or to set a personal best. With that in mind, I thought it would be a fun idea to break down the Marathon into segments and explain what 12,000 participants every year, are actually running NV
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