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Grizzly Marathon Run in beautiful Choteau Montana along the Rocky Mountain Front. Marathon Cost: $65 SWAG: Gym bag Shirt (short-sleeve, unisex technical) Socks (from The Sock Guy) Finishers receive a medal! Half Cost: $45 SWAG: Gym bag Shirt (short-sleeve, unisex technical) Socks (from The Sock Guy) Finishers receive a medal! 10K Cost: $25 SWAG: Shirt (cotton) 5K Cost: $15 SWAG: Shirt (cotton) Kids' 5K Cost: FREE! SWAG: Shirt (cotton) MT
Lost Dutchman Marathon Arizona Lost Dutchman Marathon Arizona This is the prettiest marathon in the Phoenix Metro area. Check out our website to find out all about it and to read the runner's comments from previous years. Plan to join us for our 11th running on February 19, 2012. We offer a full point to point marathon certified by USA T&F, or an out an back 1/2 Marathon, also certified, or a fast 10K or an 8K Trail Race. We also offer a 2 mile fun run or walk. AZ
Santa Barbara International Marathon Santa Barbara International Marathon Located in the "American Riviera" in Santa Barbara, Southern California, this point-to-point course winds through the scenic Goleta Valley with it's lush lemon and avocado orchards, through the historic Santa Barbara mesa area and finishes with a stunning two mile descent to the sparkling Pacific Ocean along the Santa Barbara coastline. Santa Barbara also boasts perfect running conditions this time of year with average low temp of 48F and High of 66F. The Santa Barbara International Marathon is a USATF sanctioned event, an Active.com "GO GREEN" event and is a Boston Qualifier. CA
Salmon Marathon and Half Marathon Salmon Marathon and Half Marathon September 12, 2009 Description: Forget the potatoes. Come experience the real Idaho. On September 12, 2009 come run a fast, scenic, certified point-to-point marathon in the small, beautiful mountain town of Salmon, Idaho. And maybe even set a PR. Then, start your adventure. Float the famous "River of No Return" - the Salmon River. Whether you enjoy quietly drifting along pristine waters or a rough and tumble white water rollercoaster ride, the Salmon River offers it all. Bring your binoculars and hiking boots and venture into the surrounding mountains inhabited by deer, elk, coyotes, bear and our infamous wolves. Check off scores of western birds. ID
ORRRC Marathon and Half Marathon ORRRC Marathon and Half Marathon April 5, 2009 will be the marathons 42nd annual. race. The marathon is low price but high value. It is a certified course with a mixture of country roads and bikeway portions. Hot showers and a hot meal is available to all runners. Check out the club's web site at www.orrrc.org. OH
September 1, 2014  American Discovery Trail September 1, 2014 American Discovery Trail September 1, 2014 American Discovery Trail Marathon American Discovery Trail Marathon & Half Marathon and 4-Person Marathon Relay Colorado Springs, CO USA Name: Jim Cannon Address: Phone Number: Fax Number: Email: RunADTMarathon@yahoo.com Official Race Website: http://www.adtmarathon.com Welcome! Thank you for your interest and support of the American Discovery Trail Races, where all proceeds benefit non-profit organizations, including local running events and the stewardship of local trails, open spaces and parks. For more information visit www.trailsandopenspaces.org or www.pprrun.org. We have celebrated thirteen years of successful Labor Day races and are proud to present the 14th annual Marathon events in 2014. Our Marathon is a certified point-to-point course that offers a beautiful view of the Pikes Peak region. We are certain that we have a race option for you. CO
June 22, 2014  Kona Marathon and Half Marathon June 22, 2014 Kona Marathon and Half Marathon June 22, 2014 UCC Coffee Kona Marathon & 1/2 Marathon, 10K/5K Family Fun Runs Kailua-Kona, HI USA June 22, 2014 Overview of the Kona Marathon and Family Fun Runs Founded in 1994, the Kona Marathon and Family Fun Runs has quickly grown into West Hawaii's premiere road race offering all four traditional road racing distances: Marathon, 1/2 Marthon, 10K & 5K. WHO: An estimated 2,000 runners of all ages and abilities will be competing for prize money, participating for health and enjoyment, and raising money for charity. WHERE: Start and Finish at the Outrigger Keauhou Beach Resort just south of Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. The course follows the run portion of the 'Ironman Triathlon'. HI
 August 22, 2015  Mesa Falls Marathon and Half August 22, 2015 Mesa Falls Marathon and Half August 22, 2015 The Mesa Falls Marathon, held the fourth week of August in Ashton, Idaho, is truly one of the 50 great Marathons in the nation. Beginning in the Targhee National Forest near the famous Upper Mesa Falls, the marathon route travels through wildlife laden woods to the town of Ashton offering the runner breathtaking views of the Teton Mountain Range and other beautiful landmarks. “One of the 50 Great U.S. Marathons” Marathon Details RD Dave Jacobson Address: Mesa Falls Marathon PO Box 548 Ashton, ID 83420 Phone Number: 208-652-7771 Fax Number: Email: jake@fretel.com, webmaster@mesafallsmarathon.com Official Race Website: http://mesafallsmarathon.com REGISTRAION LINK HERE;https://register.chronotrack.com//reg/form?eventID=5516&lc=en ID
August 15, 2015  Run With The Horse August 15, 2015 Run With The Horse August 15, 2015 Green River Chamber of Commerce Green River Chamber of Commerce Run With the Horses Marathon & Half Marathon, 10K Green River, WY USA August 15, 2015

Green River Wyoming is located in the south west corner of the state. If you have driven I-80 across the state and passed through twin tunnels, you have passed by a wonderful town! Nestled in between gorgeous rock formations with the Green River running through the heart of the town it is a oasis in the "High Desert Country".

The River has been the drawing point for early settlers and has served as a transportation hub for the Overland Trail, Cherokee Trail, Lincoln Highway, Union Pacific Transcontinental Railroad, and now Interstate 80. John Wesley Powell was attracted to the towns proximity to the railroad and river and began his two river expeditions from "Expedition Island". The second trip he discovered the Grand Canyon. Thomas Moran, early western, artist painted several renderings of the cliffs just west of town. Tollgate and the Palisades are sometimes misnamed as the "Cliffs along the Colorado"

Ellen O'Neall Address: Green River Chamber of Commerce 1155 West Flaming Gorge Way Green River, WY 82935 Phone Number: 307-297-0062 Fax Number: 307-875-3142 Email: eoneall@msn.com Official Race Website: http://www.runwiththehorsesmarathon.com Registration can be completed at: http://www.runnercard.com/roadrace/public/raceGroup/975131
WY
June 7, 2015  North Olympic Discovery Marathon June 7, 2015 North Olympic Discovery Marathon June 7, 2015 Therapeutic Associates North Olympic Discovery Marathon & Half-Marathon,Marathon Relay,5K, 10K, Kids Marathon Port Angeles, WA USA

Come and join us in June for what has been called the best boutique marathon in North America. The North Olympic Discovery Marathon and Half-Marathon are run on a unique point-to-point course that incorporates the Olympic Discovery Trail -

See stunning views of the Olympic Mountains and a five mile finishing stretch along the shores of the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The race is a USATF sanctioned event that is a Boston Marathon qualifier and will be chip timed. The rails to trails course is a wide, mixed, hard surface trail. Cool June weather next to the ocean can be exceptionally nice for your race. REGISTRATION INFO LINK HERE;http://nodm.com/registration_information/
WA
August 9, 2015  Fallsburg Marathon and Half August 9, 2015 Fallsburg Marathon and Half August 9, 2015 Old Farts Running Club Fallsburg Marathon and Half Marathon & Half Marathon, 5K Lowell, MI USA

26.2 MILES...Come and Leave your cares at the door... You have better be in shape if your going to tackle this one...this race is not for beginners. But if your up for a challenge, looking for a GREAT workout, or are just One Tough Old Fart...then this is the Race for YOU!

Nice Over All AWARDS given out to the TOP 5 Male and Female OVERALL, MASTERS, and GRAND MASTERS as well as Nice Finisher Towels and Medals given to the first 100 runners to cross the finish line.

COURSE DESCRIPTION-Downhill on the downhills and uphill on the uphills with a little bit of flat thrown in for good measure. This course will have it all...beautiful country roads, gravel roads, scenic trails, North Country Trails, ups...and I do mean UPS...and downs. We advise that you carry a water bottle. We are aiming for aid stations every three miles to six miles...depending upon how many race voluntees we get. All races start at 8 a.m.

The course will be challenging but it will also be one of the most beautiful and rewarding marathons that you will ever experience in the Mid West! Good Luck and we will see you on Race Day.

MI
 Odyssey Trail Run Rampage Odyssey Trail Run Rampage September 19, 2009 Trail half marathon, Trail marathon, 40 mile ultra trail run! some beautiful trails in one of VA's most beautiful State Parks! VA
RUSH Triathlon RUSH Triathlon EVENT DATE Saturday, August 15, 2009 RACE LIST Intermediate Distance: Intermediate Team: Sprint Distance: Sprint Team: 1 mile swim; 24.8 mile bike; 6.2 mile run 1 mile swim; 24.8 mile bike; 6.2 mile run 1/2 mile swim; 14.2 mile bike; 3.1 mile run 1/2 mile swim; 14.2 mile bike; 3.1 mile run PARTICIPANT LIMITS ***ONLY 500 ATHLETES WILL BE ACCEPTED TO RACE IN THE 2008 RUSH TRIATHLON*** Total: Intermediate Distance: Intermediate Teams: Sprint Distance: Sprint Team: 450 Athletes 126 Athletes 8 Teams 240 Athletes 20 Teams START TIMES Intermediate Distance: Intermediate Team: Sprint Distance: Sprint Team: 7:00 a.m. Rainbow Lake* 7:00 a.m. Rainbow Lake* 8:00 a.m. Rainbow Lake* 8:00 a.m. Rainbow Lake* *2245 South 2000 West Rexburg, ID EVENT FEES Entry Fees: Intermediate: Intermediate Team: Sprint: Sprint Team: Other Fees Late Fee: Potato Bake Ticket: Unreturned Timing Chip: $55 p/athlete* $105 p/team* $40 p/athlete* $90 p/team* $10 p/runner** $6 pre paid* | $8 at the door* $75 *Entry Fee includes one free Potato Bake ticket, polyester UNISEX race shirt, rented time chip, bib number, and swag bag. **STRONGLY DISCOURAGED: Late registrations are charged a $10 late fee and are not guaranteed a Race Shirt. Mail-In registrations must be post marked by July 31 to be considered an early registration. Also, Mail-In Registrations must arrive at Rexburg City Hall by the Wednesday before the race to assure admittance into the race. (Make checks out to City of Rexburg) RACE HEADQUARTER City of Rexburg Parks & Recreation Department 12 North Center Rexburg, ID 83440 Phone: 208.359.3020 Email: therush@rexburg.org Website: www.rushtriathlon.com www.rexburg.org RACE PACKETS Pick-up: Packets are to be picked on the Thursday or Friday before the race at Race Headquarters. Packets are also available for pick-up at the Potato Bake. Race Headquarters Rexburg City Hall 12 North Center Rexburg, ID 83440 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Fri. and Thur.) Potato Bake Madison High School 134 Madison Ave. Rexburg, ID 83440 6-8 p.m. (Friday only) (Packets will have bib number, adult size polyester UNISEX shirt, map, general Info, and free stuff from sponsors and race contributors.) INFORMATION MEETING An information meeting will be held during the Potato Bake Dinner. GEAR BAG DROP-OFF Black garbage bags will be provided for participants to place their wet suit and other items in. These bags will them be transported over to T2 area for pick up. We can not guarantee that you will get all your stuff back. Passes will be provided for those that you designate to pick up your stuff with-in T1 and T2 FINISH LINE All races will finish at the Madison High School Football Stadium. A digital clock at the finish line will display unofficial finish time. Upon crossing the finish, volunteers will hand each runner a Finisher’s Medal and take the timing chip. Official times will be posted at the Information Desk. Food, water and shade will be available in the runners corral. Family or friends are not allowed in this area. Reentering the corral is not allowed once exited. COURSE INFORMATION Mile markers will be set at every mile on each course. Aid Stations Aid stations will include Hammer Gel, Heed - Sports Drink, water, and fruit. Stations will be located at T1, none on bike course, T2, and miles 2, 4, and 6 of the run course. Police officers, paramedics, and volunteers will be stationed at key points of the race to assist the athletes. Port-a-Potties Port-a-potties will be located at T1, none on bike course, T2, miles 2, 4, and 6 of the run course. Transitions Areas T1 will be located at Rainbow Lake. T2 will be located at the Madison High School playing fields. Transition areas are for athletes only. Associates of athletes will only be able to enter T1 and T2 if they present a Transition Area Pass (included in racers packet.) Items left in T1 will be brought over to T2 for athletes to pick up. A personalized black bag will be provided in each race packet; please place all items like wetsuites and goggles in the black bag and and leave it at your changing station. Race volunteers will transport the bags to T2 at the High School. We can not guarantee the return of all your stuff. Things Not Allowed on Course Personal support vehicles; personal music devices and headphones; untagged bikes; baby strollers, in-line skates, skateboards, and scooters. Shutdown of Course The full race course will be shut down after 12 Noon of the race start. Athletes still racing by this time will need to run on sidewalks and obey all traffic laws in order to finish the race. AWARDS Every athlete that finishes the race will receive a finisher's medal. The Award Ceremony will start at 11:00 a.m. at the Madison High Scho ID
Teton Dam Marathon Teton Dam Marathon ONLY 1,300 RUNNERS WILL BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE 2009 TETON DAM MARATHON & RACES. BE SURE TO REGISTER NOW. EVENT DATE Saturday, June 14, 2009 - Rexburg, ID RACE LIST Marathon:26.2 miles Relay:26.2 miles (leg mile breakdown: 4,5,4.5,3,5.5,4) Half-Marathon:13.1 miles 10K:6.2 miles 5K:3.1 miles Jamba Juice Fun Run: 1 mile START TIMES Marathon:6:30 a.m. *Teton Dam Site, East of Newdale, ID Relay:6:30 a.m. *Teton Dam Site, East of Newdale, ID Half-Marathon:7:30 a.m. North-west corner of Smith Park 10K:8:00 a.m. North-west corner of Smith Park 5K:8:30 a.m. 1st North and Madison Ave. Rexburg, Idaho Jamba Juice Fun Run: 11:00 a.m. South-west corner of Smith Park *Buses will transport marathon and first leg and second leg relay runners from Madison High School to the Starting Line and the first relay transition spot. Buses will load at 5:00 a.m. at Madison High School. (134 Madison Ave. Rexburg, ID) Buses will leave promptly at 5:30 a.m. EVENT FEES Entry Fees: Marathon............................$50 p/ runner* Relay.................................$40 p/runner* Half-Marathon.....................$45 p/ runner* 10K...................................$30 p/ runner** 5K.....................................$30 p/runner** Family Fun Run..................$3 p/ runner Other Fees: Late Registration Fee.............$10 p/runner*** Potato Bake Ticket................$6 pre paid* | $8 at the door* Unreturned Timing Chip..........$75 *Marathon, Half-Marathon, and Relay entry fees include one free Potato Bake ticket, a polyester UNISEX race shirt, bib number, rented time chip, and swag bag. **10K and 5K entry fees include a cotton/poly race shirt, bib number, rented time chip, and swag bag. ***STRONGLY DISCOURAGED: Late registrations are charged a $10 fee and are not guaranteed a race shirt. REFUND POLICY: Once your registration is accepted and processed, all fees are non-refundable. RACE HEADQUARTERS Rexburg Parks and Recreation Department 12 North Center Rexburg, ID 83440 Phone: 208.716.1333 Email: dammarathon@rexburg.org Website: www.dammarathon.com www.rexburg.org RACE PACKETS Pick-up: Packets are to be picked on the Thursday or Friday before the race at Race Headquarters. Packets are also available for pick-up at the Potato Bake Dinner. There will be no race day packet pick-up. (Packets will have Bib Number, Shirt, Map, General Info, and free stuff from sponsors and race contributors.) Race Headquarters Rexburg City Hall 12 North Center Rexburg, ID 83440 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Fri. and Thur.) Potato Bake Madison High School 134 Madison Ave. Rexburg, ID 83440 6-8 p.m. (Friday only) INFORMATION MEETING An information meeting will be held twice during the Potato Bake Dinner. At the meetings important items will be discussed, questions will be answered and rules will be explained. Race packets and timing chips will also be available for pick-up. Location: Madison High School 134 Madison Ave. Rexburg, ID 83440 Time: 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Dinner Tickets: $6.00 pre paid* $8.00 at door* *Marathon, Half-Marathon, and Relay entry fees include one free Potato Bake ticket. Extra tickets are available for purchase. WEATHER CONDITIONS June Average High: 75 Fahrenheit Average Low: 45 Fahrenheit COURSE INFORMATION & RULES Mile markers will be set at every mile on each course. Police officers, paramedics, and volunteers will be stationed at key points of the race to assist the runners. The course will shut down after 1:30 p.m. After this time, runners will need to run on sidewalks and obey all traffic laws in order to finish the race. Thank you for understanding. Personal support vehicles, music devices and headphones, unofficial bicycles, baby strollers, in-line skates and skateboards are not allowed on the course. Water Stations Located at the Start, Finish, and every 2 miles on each course. There will be Water, Heed Sports Drink, and Vaseline. Aid Stations Fruit and Hammer Energy Gel will be located at the following locations: Marathon and Relay: Miles 8, 12, 16, 20, and 24 Half-Marathon: Miles 7 and 11 Port-a-Potties located at the Start, Finish, and at the following locations: Marathon and Relay: Every 2 miles, starting at mile 4 Half-Marathon: 5, 7, 9, 11 10K: Mile 2 and 4 5K: Mile 2 Relay Transition Stations Located at miles 4, 9, 13.5, 16.5, and 22. CLOSED COURSE POLICY All race courses are closed to thru traffic and support vehicles. This policy is to ensure the safety of all athletes. Families and friends that want to cheer on their runners can do so by accessing "cheering stations" that will be located through out the course. These stations will be accessible by traveling on side roads. Locations and direction ID
Pacific Crest Marathon and Half Marathon Pacific Crest Marathon and Half Marathon About This Event June 27, 2009 In it’s 12th year, the Pacific Crest Weekend is hailed as the premier Northwest event by regional athletes as well as becoming a destination race for athletes and their families from across the nation. With an anticipated 5,000 athletes, plus their family and friend, this is an event you will not want to miss! The Course One of the most beautiful courses you will ever experience! The mostly flat loop course takes you on wide, paved bike paths that traverse through and around this beautiful destination resort. All miles will be marked. Aid stations and Porta-Potties every mile. OR
Utah Valley Marathon & 5K Utah Valley Marathon & 5K Come run in the beauty of Utah Valley. Cascading waterfalls, Provo River, and Utah Lake will offer a tranquil running adventure. The majestic mountains in all directions and canyon trails offer an extraordinary running experience. The course offers ease for beginners and a potential PR for experts. The Utah County Marathon is in close proximity to many national parks, and is only 50 miles south of Salt Lake City International Airport. UT
Swan Lake Marathon Swan Lake Marathon June 14, 2009 This marathon is surrounded by a beautiful lake and a wide variety of trees, prairie grasses, and wildlife, Swan Lake Christian Camp is ideal for get-a-ways or gatherings in any season. Family camps, conferences, reunions, church retreat groups, children's camps, and other groups are sure to enjoy Swan Lake Christian Camp's unique hospitality. The marathon is great and the post race lunch served is delilcious and full of the Christian blessings that this race exemplifies. SD
Lake Placid Marathon and Half with Relay Lake Placid Marathon and Half with Relay Welcome to the 2009 Lake Placid Marathon Events! June 14, 2009 Lake Placid, NY. Welcome to the 5th annual Lake Placid Marathon, Half Marathon and Marathon Relay! Each year, the Lake Placid Marathon attracts athletes and spectators from all over North America and abroad. In 2008, we hosted runners from over 40 U.S. States, Canada, as well as runners from Bermuda, New Zealand, Panama, and Europe. We provide a world class race with scenic Olympic mountain village charm! more... Your NY
Lean Horse Ultra Marathon Hundred and  Half Hundre Lean Horse Ultra Marathon Hundred and Half Hundre Lean Horse Ultra-Marathon Hundred & Half Hundred Hot Springs, South Dakota August 22/23, 2009 2009 COURSE INFORMATION The 100 Mile and 50 Mile both start and finish right outside race headquarters on the Hot Springs Freedom Trail bike path. The course follows the paved bike path through downtown Hot Springs , paralleling the Platte river to the north end of town. The distance that is paved is about 1.6 miles. A short run through a residential neighborhood (about 5 blocks) and on out to the Cold Brook Lake campground and the first Aid Station, located at mile 4. A .85 mile jaunt across an open meadow and out to the Argyle Road (CR333) where the course makes a hard left and heads toward the Mickelson Trail, 11 miles away over a winding, hilly country road. At the end of the of the Argyle road section of the course runners will find Aleen and Tom Golis and their well stocked and welcoming Arglye Loop aid station. Here the course makes a hard right and heads north on the beautiful Mickelson Trail. The 50 milers will do a little over 9 miles (just past the Pringle Aid Station) before they turn around and head HOME. The 100 milers will get to do just shy of 34 miles out on the Trail before turning around at the intersection of the Trail and Dead Broke Street. This intersection is very well marked and this is where the runners make a U-turn and head back to Hot Springs. SD
Leading Ladies Marathon and Half Marathon Leading Ladies Marathon and Half Marathon August 16, 2009 Everyone's A Star! The course: Lead to Spearfish down the Spearfish Canyon Scenic Byway and for 2009 there may be TWO Half Marathons... Stay tuned. Come run where Dunbar danced with his wolf, where the past comes alive in historic Deadwood and legendary Lead. This is the fastest marathon course in South Dakota! All Women - All Downhill August 16, 2009 photo courtesy of blackhills.com The course is set to show-case the beautiful Black Hills scenery for runners and volunteers alike. Event Director Elaine Doll-Dunn in her PT Cruiser, 'Milli Vanilli' How Many People Does It Take To Put On a Marathon? by Race Director, Elaine Doll-Dunn An all-woman marathon! A gentle down-hill 26.2 mile journey through Spearfish Canyon from Lead to Spearfish... scenic, serene, spectacular. Savor the relaxed pace of a Dakota day, and the western hospitality of the mystical Black Hills. Participants will be women of all ages, sizes, shapes and stamina. The Leading Ladies' Marathon course is USATF certified and is a Boston Qualifier! Aid Station Info: Water and Gatorade will be provided approximately every two miles beginning at mile 3. There will also be at least one bicyclist on the course during the race with extra "stuff". SD
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