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April 29, 2015 Independence Series - MD April 29, 2015 Independence Series - MD Independence Series - MD & Half Marathon, 5K Elkton, MD USA April 29, 2015 Name: Clint Burleson Address: POB 152 Organ, NM 88052 Phone Number: 575-382-8869 Fax Number: Email: clint@MainlyMarathons.com Official Race Website: http://MainlyMarathons.com MD
February 15, 2015DC Road Runners Washington's February 15, 2015DC Road Runners Washington's February 15, 2015 DC Road Runners Washington's Birthday Marathon & 3 Person Relay Greenbelt, MD USA Name: Patrick Brown Address: 2260 Gunsmith Sq Reston, VA 20191 Phone Number: 703-476-5765 Fax Number: Email: gwmarathon@gmail.com Official Race Website: http://www.gwmarathon.com MD
March 30, 2014   B&A Trail Marathon March 30, 2014 B&A Trail Marathon March 30, 2014 B&A Trail Marathon & Half Marathon Severna Park, MD USA March 30, 2014 Christian Zazzali and Joshua Harrima Phone Number: Fax Number: Email: czazzali@hitt-gc.com Official Race Website: http://annapolisstriders.org/2014/BandAdetails2014.pdf Course: The course will run approximately two miles on residential streets with the remainder on the B & A Trail; an asphalt “rails to trails” bike and running path. There is one significant hill on the marathon course. The course is USATF certified (Boston qualifier). Volunteers will monitor all turns and most intersections. The course will be closed to automobile traffic, but there are numerous road crossings and the trail IS open to other runners, walkers and bicyclists. Please be alert and careful. MD
March 10, 2015 Lower Potomac River Marathon March 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
March 8, 2014  Greenway Trail Marathon & 50K March 8, 2014 Greenway Trail Marathon & 50K March 8, 2014 Greenway Trail Marathon & 50K Damascus, MD USA March 8, 2014 Name: Ed Schultze Address: Ed Schultze 516 Paradise Court Gaithersburg, Maryland 20877 Phone Number: 301.258.0281 Fax Number: Email: EdSchultze@comcast.net Official Race Website: http://senecacreektrailrace.com The Seneca Greenway Trail Race has grown to the point where we need to make some changes to avoid bothering the neighbors. We've outgrown the parking at Riley's Lock so starting this year the start will be at Riley's Lock and the parking, finish, and picnic will be at Damascus Regional Park. MD
January 4, 2014   Phunt Trail Marathon & 50K, 25K January 4, 2014 Phunt Trail Marathon & 50K, 25K January 4, 2014 Phunt Trail Marathon & 50K, 25K Elkton, MD USA January 4, 2014 Official Race Website: http://traildawgs.blogspot.com/p/dawgie-news-page.html PHUNT 50K Saturday, January 4, 2014 at 9 am Fair Hill Natural Resource Area Start/Finish at The Tea Barn Just off Telegraph Road, Elkton, MD Oh No! Those slobberin' TrailDawgs are puttin' on another Dead-of-Winter 50K PHUNT Run. Race Director: Jason "The Spark" Sparklin Course Director: Carl "Blue Suede" Perkins 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 one-loop 50K this year -- and 50K is the only option. 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 90.375% trail with something like 3,447.75 feet 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 49.876 kilometer course in no more than 7-1/2 hours to be done before dark. Donations to defray our costs will be graciously accepted, with leftover monies donated to the Pack and park -- thanks to those of you that have already donated! The course will be marked by tape, flags, spray chalk or some creative combination of the three. We will have deee-lux snack/water refill stations. We would be most grateful to any participants who bring a snack item for the self-serve aid stations or the post race feed. And of course, the boys (Jason and Carl) have arranged to run the festivities in the slightly less exposed, protected shelter of Fair Hill's Tea Barn. Awards? Don't count on it so you'll be surprised if we have them. We are planning to have post-race hot dogs, soup and other stuff at the finish. MD
October 18, 2014  Baltimore  Marathon & Half October 18, 2014 Baltimore Marathon & Half October 18, 2014 Official site Baltimore Marathon Baltimore Running Festival | 6725 Santa Barbara Ct., Suite 104| Elkridge, MD 21075 | P: 410-605-9381 | F: 410-605-9389. customerservice@corrigansports.com Mark your calendar – Saturday, October 18 – the running of the 14th Annual Baltimore Running Festival. We hope you look forward to this day with a sense of pride, as the Baltimore community will once again be on display for runners from around the country and the world to see. You have not disappointed in the first 13 years of the event. The runners greatly appreciate the enthusiasm you have shown as they pass through your neighborhoods – the cheering, the candy and fruit, the colorful balloons, the cool mist from a garden hose – all great gestures that make this event so wonderful. We understand the race impacts your routine for a few hours on a fall Saturday, but we’d like to share with you the positives aspects of the race of which you may not be aware. Did you know that last year $39 million was pumped into the Baltimore economy as a result of the race? Did you know that the Festival has also generated more than $8.7 million for charity? Local charities such as Sadie’s Gift, Cool Kids Campaign and the Helping Up Mission, to name a few, have all benefited from the event. As we make plans for this year’s race, we would welcome any input from you so that the event has a positive impact on your community. Thank you MD
XTERRA Big Elk Marathon & Half Marathon XTERRA Big Elk Marathon & Half Marathon XTERRA Big Elk Marathon & Half Marathon Jun The lore of Foxcatcher Farms continues... Throughout the decades, the hills and hollows of William duPont's storied estate have tested the limits of thoroughbreds. Barbaro trained for his Triple Crown; Olympic swimmers and wrestlers grappled for glory; and generations of duPonts out-foxed their furry foes. This year, as the sun rises on the summer solstice, you can follow in the footsteps of greatness. Whether foal or filly, we invite you to trod the grounds of Fair Hill for the Big Elk Marathon & Half-Marathon. You're in for 26.2 miles of rollicking terrain, on which jockeys have ridden and stallions have stridden. Get the jump out of the gate if you must, but remember: It's a marathon, not a sprint. And at the height of summer, this race has all the trappings of a sweat-stained steeplechase -- except instead of sipping a mint julep, you'll have competitors nipping at your heels. Will you be in the hunt? This event is part of the XTERRA Trail Run Atlantic Series. To learn more about XTERRA and series points, please visit XTERRAplanet! Both half marathon and marathon finishers can earn points towards the series and nationals. Date: Saturday June 22, 2013 Time: 8:00 AM Venue: Fair Hill Natural Resource Management Area Fair Grounds Address: 4640 Telegraph Road Elkton MD, 21921 Event registration for XTERRA Big Elk Marathon & Half Marathon powered by Eventbrite Course Description: This off-road course has a little bit of everything! Starting by the fairground rec center we'll run a little bit of a road prologue to thin out the crowd before we hit the trails. The course is a mixture of single track, double track, gravel road/DNR fire roads, bridge crossing, XC field crossings, and a creek crossing or two. The first third of the trail has a healthy amount of rock gardens to keep you alert and on your toes while the rest of the course has a fair amount of roots to keep you engaged. If we happen to run after or during rainy conditions the first half of the course does a great job at managing water but the second half does not meaning you will get muddy. MD
Georgetown Running Company Potomac River Run Marat Georgetown Running Company Potomac River Run Marat Georgetown Running Company Potomac River Run Marathon & Half Marathon Carderock, MD USA May 5, 2013 Jay Jacob Wind http://www.safetyandhealthfoundation.org/marathon Friends, We invite you to our upcoming events and races (and our friends' races) •Sunday, May 5, 2013 -- 7:00 and 8:00 AM -- C&O Canal Towpath, Carderock MD. 10th annual Potomac River Run Marathon. Celebrating World Laughter Day. The race that started it all -- wearable SportScience t-shirts -- real-time results and awards -- a laughing warmup -- a fast course -- introduction of the Solar Emergency Rescue Vehicle Electric to assist runners in need -- everyone loves this race. | Complete information | Enter on-line | Enter by mail We hope to see you at our future races! MD
Frederick Marathon & Half Marathon, 4-Person Relay Frederick Marathon & Half Marathon, 4-Person Relay Frederick Marathon & Half Marathon, 4-Person Relay, 5K, Fun Run RACE DAY SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Saturday, May 4th 10am-6pm Health and Fitness Expo, Frederick Fairgrounds 5pm Kids Fun Run (three heats) 6pm Twilight 5k 7pm Awards ceremony for Overall Winners, 5K Sunday, May 5th 5:30-6:45am Race Day Packet Pick-Up NOTE: You must pre-register for this pick-up. Limited to first 100 registrants 7:am Start of Half-Marathon and Team Relay 8am – 12pm Shirt pick-up open 8am – 12pm **Celebration Village, track infield 9:45am Awards ceremony y 5, 2013 The Nitty Gritty The course will remain open for 3 hours and 30 minutes, closing on a continuous pace of 14:00 minutes per mile. If you are unable to maintain this pace, you will be asked to move off the course and continue as a pedestrian as the course reopens to traffic. We will have 10 aid stations on the course, each stocked with water and Powerade. Select locations will also offer fruit, salty snacks, various flavored PowerGel and ClifBar Energy Bars. Each aid station will have at least one port-a-pot and a SELF HELP Kit with basic runner ammenities. The following items are not permitted on the course: pets, skateboards, bicycles, roller blades, baby joggers, and any other type of vehicle (other than official race vehicles). These regulations are for your safety and the safety of the other participants in the race. Corrigan Sports reserves the right to disqualify and remove anyone from the course who has any of the above items. Headphones are strongly discouraged, and will make you ineligible for overall awards] MD
B&A Trail Marathon & Half Marathon B&A Trail Marathon & Half Marathon B&A Trail Marathon & Half Marathon Severna Park, MD USA March 16, 2013 Official Race Website: http://annapolisstriders.org/2013/BandAdetails2013.pdf NV
Lower Potomac River Marathon Lower Potomac River Marathon Lower Potomac River Marathon Piney Point, MD USA March 11, 2012 Official Race Website: http://www.cbrcmd.org Lower Potomac River Marathon Sunday, March 11, 2012 by Chesapeake Bay Running Club Start/Finish at Paul Hall Center, Harry Lundeberg School of Seamanship, Piney Point, MD. Enjoy a post-race hot meal and a waterfront view in the well-appointed dining room of the Paul Hall Center, and linger at your table for the awards presentation. Showers available. Medals to all finishers. Cash prizes ($250, $150, $100) to the top three men and women overall. Awards to the top three finishers in ten-year age groups. Race Start: 7:15 a.m. Reminder - Daylight Saving Time starts at 2:00 a.m. on March 11, so you'll be losing an hour the night before the race. Don't forget to set your clock AHEAD one hour the night before. MD
Greenway Trail Marathon & 50K Greenway Trail Marathon & 50K Greenway Trail Marathon & 50K Damascus, MD USA March 2, 2013 Official Race Website: http://senecacreektrailrace.c Be ready for a nice trail run. It is known to be well organized with down home friendliness. MD
Phunt Trail Marathon and 50K Phunt 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
Under Armour Baltimore Running Festival Under Armour Baltimore Running Festival Race Date October 13,2012 The fair yet challenging course travels through the many diverse neighborhoods including the scenic Inner Harbor waterfront area, historic Federal Hill and charming Fells Point. The loop around Lake Montebello will also remain giving runners flat terrain near mile 21. The half-marathon will again start at the 13-mile mark of the marathon course, but as it has done in the past, it will split after 2/10 mile (half-marathoners will have their own lane to that point) and will rejoin the marathon route later in the race. The separation between the marathon and half-marathon courses alleviates much of the congestion at the merge point and make for a smoother transition. ALSO, marathon participants will wear a "FULL" bib and team relay participants will wear a "R" bib on their backs to distinguish them from the half-marathon MD
Phunt Trail Marathon, 50K and 20 mile Phunt Trail Marathon, 50K and 20 mile The knee-humpin' Trail Dawgs are at it again... panting and slobbering and stomping all over the beautiful trails of Maryland's Fair Hill Natural Area. For the sixth straight year the Trail Dawgs are puttin' on their annual Dead-of-Winter 50K PHUNT Run a standard fat-ass format trail run: no fee, no frills, no wimps, no whining! NEW FOR 2009: REGISTER ONLINE (no charge!) at raceit.com Join the Dawgs on Saturday, January 3rd, 2009 for an unofficial, unsanctioned, unapproved 31-mile jaunt at Maryland's Fair Hill Natural Area. The course will be a single loop with identified cut-off points for runners who want a marathon or 20K distance. The start/finish is at the Appleton Road SOUTH parking lot 0.5 miles south of the Rt. 273/Appleton Rd. intersection (blinking light), about 3 miles west of Newark, DE. Race start will be 9AM. Pre-race orientation will be at 8:45AM. You will truly enjoy freezin' your patoot on a 31 mile nature jaunt over hilly single-track trail with no problematic stream crossings, 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, and anyone who doesn't think the course is long enough is welcome to run it a second time at no extra charge. This run is meant for experienced trail runners, but anyone with marathon experience who wants to try an ultra distance and promises not to whine if they get tired and dirty is welcome. We will have snack/water refill stations. The course will be marked with whatever the hell we feel like marking it with. We hope to have maps and course instructions. Maybe we'll give out copies! COST: We're collecting $0, zero, zip, nada. You should probably pay the park's nominal parking fee however. Additional donations to defray our costs will be graciously accepted, with leftover monies donated to the Pack and park. All participants are encouraged to bring a snack item for the self-serve aid station or the post race feed. AWARDS? Finishers will be awarded post-race rehydration, hot dogs, soup and other stuff either at the finish or nearby, depending on the weather and who shows up. And this year we're offering registered runners the opportunity to purchase a warm and incredibly stylish Trail Dawgs hat complete with the ultra-cool Trail Dawg logo, all for the low low price of twenty bucks. This is an informal fun run, completely free. You participate strictly at your own risk, and are solely responsible for your own safety. To participate, you must complete the online waiver stating that, plain and simple, if you get lost, hurt and/or killed, it will be solely your own fault and you're not going to be a candy-ass about and try to sue or blame anybody else. MD
Lower Patomic River Marathon Lower Patomic River Marathon Start/Finish at Paul Hall Center, Harry Lundeberg School of Seamanship, Piney Point, MD. Enjoy a post-race hot meal and a waterfront view in the well-appointed dining room of the Paul Hall Center, and linger at your table for the awards presentation. Showers available. Race Start: 7:15 a.m. MD