San Francisco peeps, don’t feel left out because aside from the witty marathon that is Light at the end of the <del>tunnel</del> marathon, the local San Francisco Marathon will also be taking place on July 25th.
I need not tell you that The SF Marathon has to be one of the few marathon websites that I’ve come across that just gets how important a neat website is. Upon landing on the home page, you’ll see that they have 4 kinds of marathon that’s geared for everyone, there’s a full marathon, 2 half marathons, 5K/Progressive marathon and munchkin kids run.
They’re still open for registration, so stop being lazy and click that link. 🙂
I love witty titles, imagine my delight when I came across the name of this marathon! The Light at the end of the <del>Tunnel</del> Marathon is set for the 25th of July, 2010 at North Bend Washington. It’s a shame because registration is already closed (they’re looking for volunteers, though), but hey! There’s always next year, there IS a light at the end of the tunnel! 😛
Race starts at 7 to 8 in the morning, just because you can’t participate in the race doesn’t mean you can’t watch!
Missoula Marathon. Click on the image for more information.
Missoula, a quaint little county in Montana is hosting their own marathon, it’s a two-day event where runners, walkers, children and disabled can participate. You can register for the marathon here.
The Missoula Marathon is the brainchild of a group of local, dedicated members of Run Wild Missoula who want to share the area’s beauty and Missoula’s unique feel with runners from all over. Run Wild Missoula is a non-profit, 501(c)3 running club.
I don’t know much about Lyme Disease, but from the sound of it, it sure seem deadly. RunnersWorld guy Bart Yasso has it. And at 54 years old, he is determine to hurdle this rather insourmountable trial in his life by finishing his “last race” of his life which is the 56-mile long Comrades Marathon in South Africa.
Will his ageing body and disease deny him of that dream? Or his determination and sheer guts prevail to get the job done? Find out as RunnersWorld holds the 1st installment of this series at their account in Facebook.