Thursday, December 6, 2007
The New Years Eve Run • Missoula • Herald in the New Year with Run Wild Missoula’s New Year’s Eve Run. This is a timed 2-mile on the indoor track of Peak Health and Wellness Center, New Years Eve 8-10 pm. The gym is closed except for this event. Bring the whole family and after the run enjoy New Year’s Eve treats plus the Peak Health and Wellness Center facility, including the pool, sauna, hot tub, gym and more. The gym will close at 10 pm. This event is Free & exclusive to Run Wild Missoula or PEAK gym members. Click For New Years Eve Run 2007 Registration Form. To join Run Wild Missoula click for a 2008 membership form and join today. Thank you to all Run Wild Missoula members and Happy New Year! Sponsored by Run Wild Missoula, Race Director: Jennifer Boyer firstname.lastname@example.org
All RWM & PEAK gym members are welcome to attend free of charge. All we ask is that you register. You can fill out the form in the newsletter and mail it in, or stop in at Runner’s Edge, or even register on ACTIVE. Yeah, they will charge you $2, so for you ACTIVE registrants the run is almost free. And of course there are always those people who can’t make up their mind in advance and who will register at the door. Hey, wait, I’m one of those kind of people. So okay, registering at the door is in but I hope there’s enough food and drink.
Monday, November 19, 2007
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Sunday, November 4, 2007
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Thursday, September 27, 2007
The Pumpkin Run
400 meter kids run & 5K,
PUMPKIN RUN 07
October 19-21, 2007
Lake Upsata Guest Ranch
Coached by Courtney Babcock.
October 27, 2007, Saturday
hosted by Run Wild Missoula
for more information.
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Shipping charges will apply if you can't come in and pick it up yourself.
Thursday, September 13, 2007
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RESULTS of the 2007 Roots Run
Sponsored by Missoula Downtown Association & Run Wild Missoula
Date: Sunday, September 16, 2007 Registatrion: On-site registration and packet pick up begins at 9am. Pre-register online here with active.com. Race Start Time: 11 am Start: XXXX’s (Circle Square) at end of North Higgins, Downtown Finish: Intersection of Main & Ryman, Downtown
For Questions: contact the Missoula Downtown Association at (406) 543-4238 or Runner's Edge at (406) 728-9297.
Online website: www.rivercityrootsfestival.com/
Course: Race starts at the bricks on Alder Street continuing up Duncan Hill. Runners will then travel down through the beautiful Greenough Park and finish in the heart of Downtown on Main St. For a map, click here (pdf).
Age Divisions: 13 & under, 14-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64,65-69, 70+
Awards & Prizes: Each prize will be awarded to both men's and women's winners
1st: $250 & 2 round trip tickets to Las Vegas
Nutrition & Aid: There will be one aid station along the course. There will also be snacks & hydration at the end of the race.
Walkers: Walkers are welcome. We love our walkers!
Strollers: Strollers are welcome but will be asked to start towards the back.
Sorry, No Dogs Allowed in the race or on the course.
Receive $1 coupon off Currents admission fee - Currents Grand Opening Celebration at noon!
Receive $1 coupon for Montana Brunch in Caras Park 11a.m. - 1p.m.
Check in Friday, Sept 15 from 5:30-7:30pm at Currents in McCormick Park, or Saturday
morning, 7:50 - 8:50 am in McCormick Park.
Prize Drawing: 10:30 a.m. at McCormick Park.
Entry Fee: $15 (Register before Sept. 8 at 5pm to receive a T-Shirt) Proceeds benefit
Parks & Recreation Youth Scholarship Fund.
Late entries, September 9 - 13, $15. Sorry, no t-shirt available after September 8.
In order to increase communication within the running club, we have taken to sending out emails to the membership. The emails are items we feel can't wait until the next newsletter, including reminders, news flashes, requests for assistance and the like.
If you haven't been receiving emails lately from us, it means we do not have your email address, or at least your correct email address.
If you haven't been included, and wish to be included, please email me at email@example.com. I'll make sure we get our records updated.
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
As of Monday, September 17th, Missoula Marathon Merchandise will be available for sale at Runner's Edge in downtown Missoula. Remaining merchandise includes sweatshirts, hoodies, t-shirts, water bottles and more for both men and women.
The ENTIRE inventory is at Runner's Edge, so if it's not there, we don't have it, whether it be a size or a particular item.
You may call Runner's Edge at 406-728-9297 if you have questions or want something shipped.
Tuesday, September 4, 2007
For those of you who are new to Missoula or for other reasons aren't familiar with the Rattlesnake, just follow the main Rattlesnake Road from the underpass near Eastgate Shopping Center for approximately 4 miles , staying on it where it turns right at Lincolnwood, continue past Tamarack, another mile pastl Wildcat Road. See trailhead signs at the left just before (almost by) Woods Gulch Road. Meet Jeff Flury at the end of the parking lot, closest to the trail and the restrooms.
Free to all Run Wild Missoula members, with refreshments after the run. $5 for non- members or better yet JOIN Run Wild Missoula.
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
The annual Run Wild Missoula general club member meeting, is your once-a-year opportunity to participate in this aspect of the running club.
- Place: NE corner of Greenough Park at the Pavilion
- Date: Sunday, September 9
- Time: 3-5 PM
- What: Run, Eat, Meet
- Who’s Buying: Run Wild MIssoula
- RSVP: Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please RSVP if you’re coming – this one is on the house, but I need to know how many of you plan to attend so we can feed and water you properly.
Honestly, I expect that most members want to pay their dues, enjoy club benefits, and go on about their life. Being a club member should not be another “job” for you to do – it’s supposed to be fun and relaxing.
That doesn’t mean we aren’t interested in your thoughts and participation if you’re so inclined. We do have some positions on the committee open and, if you’re interested, we’d love to hear from you. We’ll be electing those positions on the 9th. Positions include Secretary and Membership.
The Secretary is responsible for taking minutes of the meetings, writing them up and sending them off to the committee members, as well as sending out periodic emails to membership. It is important that the Secretary be able to regularly attend meetings.
The Membership Director is responsible for keeping track of club members, payments, and keeping a tidy database. This position could be expanded to include generating new members, but that currently isn’t the case.
Committee members make all the club decisions.
The Run Wild Missoula committee meets once a month for one or two hours. Other than that, we communicate through email when decisions need to be made between meetings.
So join us! If nothing else, it’s a great opportunity to meet the people directing the club, and all the other club members you don’t necessarily know.
Jennifer Boyer, President
Also, Run Wild Missoula needs office space in MIssoula. It doesn’t need to be large, but we need to be able to put a desk and a couple of filing cabinets, have a phone and a place to hang memorabilia on the wall!
I believe it’s important that the running club have it’s own “face”, and a physical address to receive packages. It will help to ensure the longevity of the club, because the club won’t be individual’s houses, but its own entity. Remember, Run Wild Missoula is a 501(c)3 organization, so anybody donating space has a tax-exempt write-off!! (
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
Thank you again. We all had a wonderful time putting this on for you and we're looking forward to next year on Sunday, July 13, 2008!
Jennifer Boyer, Race Director
Cherry Creek Radio
In-It-Knee-Deep Sponsors: It Took A Lot of Time, Money and Energy to Put This On
Alpine Physical Therapy
The Good Food Store
Training, Information, Storage: The Hub
The Runner’s Edge
To Our Good Health Sponsor:
Community Medical Center
You Know All That Professional Traffic Control? Couldn’t Have Paid for It Without These Guys:
Missoula Bone & Joint
Western Title & Escrow
There Before Anybody Else Believed Sponsor:
Understanding that Frenchtown is the Next Hopkinton Sponsor:
Clark Fork Valley Bank (located in Frenchtown)
Understand What Really Counts Sponsors: Even with All the Great Local Cooperation, It Still Cost Money
Sullivan, Tabaracci and Rhoades
Missoula Downtown Association
Volunteer Organizations: Did They Have to Do This? Heck No! But We’re Glad They Did!
American Red Cross
Hellgate Amateur Radio Club
In-Kind Sponsors: Every Time We Didn’t Spend It, It Cost Us All Less, So Thanks
Three Rivers Lifestyle
Run Montana.com (runmt.com)
Turner Sign Arts
Big Sky Brewing
Rocky Mountain School of Photography
Broncs Grocery/Eugene’s Café
Allied Waste Services
Kids-R-Us! Special Supporters of the Missoula Kids Marathon:
St. Patrick’s Hospital
Kettlehouse Root Beer
Big Dipper Ice Cream
Missoula Sunshine Rotary
Advanced Litho Printing
Carousel for Missoula
Monte the Bear
Friend of the Missoula Marathon: Support Came in All Sizes and is Always Appreciated
Frenchtown Physical Therapy
Frenchtown Family Fitness
What’s a marAthon without an aid station?
Montana preferred properties
garlington, lohn, robinson
hellgate hs cheerleaders
blue mountain clinic
sullivan, tabaracci & rhoades
uofm track & field
civil air patrol cadets
sapphire physical therapy
hellgate cross country
sentinel cross country
Missoula Rural Fire Department
Missoula City Fire Department
Frenchtown Rural Fire Department
Missoula County Sheriff’s Dept.
Missoula City Police
Montana Highway Patrol
It Takes A VILLAGE, OR TWO!
SPECIAL Thanks to Frenchtown and the City of Missoula!
Volunteers: Thank YOU!!
SPECTATORS: THANK YOU!!
Saturday, July 14, 2007
Run, walk, bike or drive to downtown and hit the tail end of the Farmers Markets and Art Markets which run till 1 pm.
Then pick up your race packet at the Missoula Marathon Event Expo or late register for the races. Come and see displays unique to the Montana experience, including retailers, trainers, and more in downtown Missoula at the Caras Park area under the Higgins Street Bridge. 12 Noon till 7 pm.
Friday, July 13, 2007
Check out their website: www.marathonmaniacs.com
Thursday, July 12, 2007
Here are the current registration numbers in from Vic as of July 12th:
464 marathoners, 562 half-marathoners, 201 Kids Marathoners, over 1200!
Packet Pick-Up Saturday, July 14, 12-7 pm. Packet pick-up will coincide with the Missoula Marathon Event Expo. Come and see displays unique to the Montana experience, including retailers, trainers, and more in downtown Missoula at the Caras Park area under the Higgins Street Bridge.
Wednesday, July 11, 2007
Volunteer Coordinator Wilma Tabaracci reports we still need a few more folks for Course Monitors .
Email Wilma at email@example.com or head on back to the Missoula Marathon Volunteer web page for more info.
Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Any runner planning on getting his or her number at the starting line runs the risk of not getting a number at all. Registrations have been pouring in the last few days: 30 on Monday and 25 today (so far) from online, with at least another 25 paper registrations to process. There will be more than 460 half marathoners and perhaps as many as 450 marathoners.
And one guy to process those registrations and label numbers. My attention to detail is strong, but I may make a mistake or two.
Bottom line: I will cheerfully fix mistakes at the expo. Runners who decide to pick up numbers at the starting line risk not running at all, because the cheerful registration guy won't be there.
-- Vic Mortimer
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Missoula artist and gallery owner Dudley Dana spearheaded the project. A runner himself, Dudley had the unique idea of asking local artists get involved to design each mile marker, then offering the statues for sale after the race.
Artists began picking up their mile markers in early June and several have already arrived back at the Dana Gallery in downtown Missoula. Photos of each one will be posted on the Dana Gallery web site, www.danagallery.com. After the last runner has crossed the finish line, the mile markers will be collected and offered for sale on the web site. All proceeds go toward next year's Missoula Marathon.
Renowned Montana sculptor Joe Halko of Choteau was chosen to create the prototype and 26 plaster molds were sent to Missoula in early June. Some statues feature the lower half of a human leg, complete with a foot in a running shoe. Others are the ankle and shoe propelling forward off the ball of the foot. In the hands of Montana's talented artists, each will become exclusive memento of Missoula's first marathon.
Participating artists include Patty Corbit, David Wilson, Dirk Lee, Dudley Dana and Michael Bowlin. Sentinel High School art teacher Tim Nielsen reserved 14 of the mile markers, and has completed three himself. Sentinel students and faculty members are working on the other 11 statues.
Monday, July 9, 2007
The 1 mile starts in front of the Picnic Shelter and runs up Monroe, turns on Locust and then onto Jackson. They follow Jackson around the corner and it turns onto Monroe and ends back in front of the picnic shelter.
The deadline registration for the race with a T-shirts was on Sunday, July 8th but you can still continue to register to run the race without a T-shirt for only $7.00
Race Day Registration starting at 8 am.
Sunday, July 8, 2007
The long range 7 day weather forecast according to the Weather Channel http://www.weather.com/ for next Sunday is a low of 61 degrees in the morning and a high of 90 with partly cloudy skies.
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Saturday, July 7, 2007
Volunteer Coordinator Wilma Tabaracci reports we still need some more help on Race Day even though the number of volunteers is almost 200.
Email Wilma at firstname.lastname@example.org or head on back to the Volunteer web page for more info.
Friday, July 6, 2007
Thursday, July 5, 2007
The bag that you receive at registration can be used as your gear bag. My staff of gear-gophers will get those arranged by your number and will have them ready for a quick pick up.
You'll just leave it on the starting-line shuttle and it'll make it's way back to the Finish Line. Minimal stuff and of little value goes into the bag just in case of a loss. We can't be responsible for any losses you incur but DO want your experience here in Missoula to be a fine one.
My crew and I of highly trained, non-professionals are really looking forward to meeting you all and meeting any needs at the finish you might have.
See ya all in little more then a week!
Wednesday, July 4, 2007
Tuesday, July 3, 2007
This is a first come, first serve, one bus only offer. There are 40 seats. It's a school bus, just so you know, but a relatively new one.
The bad news is: No second bus. No standing, so no 41 people. Just 40.
The good news is: Even if there are only a handful of you, the bus will still go. Those who pre-paid during the ACTIVE registration process will be on a list. I apologize to those of you who mailed in your form that we didn't think ofputting that particular question on the brochure. This is one of the changes we will make for next year.
However many seats remain may be filled at the time the bus loads.
The cost of the tour is $5. If you haven't registered for the tour, and you want to be on the list, you can still send your request and $5 to:
PO Box 7965
Missoula, MT 59807
I'd do it quick -- race day is almost here!
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I have received emails from participants saying they have met Mr. Nishi, or even run with him, at other marathons. It's too bad he won't be attending this year, but we wish him continued success with his Ecomarathoning.
We certainly invite Mr. Hajime Nishi to participate in our Missoula Marathon any year that it is possible. We know he has many years of running marathons left!
Jennifer Straughan Boyer
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Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Monday, June 25, 2007
HOWEVER, for those of you planning on having a personal chauffeur in the form of a friend or family member, here are the drop off locations, rules and parking spots:
MARATHON DROP OFF POINT
Frenchtown Elementary School. From Missoula take I-90 West. Take the Frenchtown Exit and cross the freeway to the Conoco Station. Turn left. Take the first right (maybe 1/10mile). Maybe another 1/10 take a left. You will be staring at the WEST entrance of the elementary school. There is a turn-around driveway. This is the same place that the shuttle buses will be dropping off runners.
There is a good amount of parking in this back area, both in the school parking lot, along the road, and in the Catholic Church parking lot for drivers to park and watch their athlete start.
HALF MARATHON DROP OFF POINT
Take Highway 93 South towards Lolo. Turn right at Peak Wellness Center at Blue Mountain Road (there is a light). The staging area is in the Peak Wellness parking lot. Buses will also be dropping off athletes at that parking lot.
There is NOT enough parking for drivers to remain in the parking lot. Anyone wanting to wish athletes off to a good start, will have to park along side Blue Mountain Rd., and that space will probably run out darn quickly.
Again, you will NOT be allowed to leave your vehicle in the Peak Wellness parking lot except to drop off an athlete. It is the staging area and willbe filled with runners, port-o-potties, and the shuttle buses need to turn around there.
Thanks to one of our runners for asking the question!
Thursday, June 21, 2007
Wednesday, June 20, 2007
1. Run or Walk our 1 Mile or 4 Mile Sundae (as in ICE CREAM) Run as a warm up for the Missoula Marathon & Half Marathon.
2. Then head on downtown to the Missoula Saturday Farmer's Markets and Arts & Crafts Market.
- When: Saturday, July 14, 2007, 8am - 1pm
Where: On the Clark Fork River near the Higgins Ave. Bridge - Missoula
Missoula's newest outdoor farmer's market offers a variety of locally-produced meats, vegetables, flowers, plants and baked goods. Located on the Clark Fork river near the Higgins Ave. bridge, the market runs 8 am to 1 pm mid-May to mid-October and Thursday evenings from 5:30 - 7:30 pm June - August.
406-396-2954 or www.clarkfork.org
- When: Saturday, July 14, 2007, 8:30am - 12pm
Where: Circle Square - Missoula
Where Missoula meets! Saturdays 8:30 am to noon mid-May through mid-October at Circle Square. Nearly 100 vendors showcase produce, plants, flowers, breads and coffee.
Call 543-4238 for details.
- When: Saturday, July 14, 2007, 9am - 1pm
Where: East Pine St. - Missoula
Note Saturdays at 9 am to 1 pm mid-May through mid-October on East Pine Street. Close to 100 vendors offer local arts and crafts and imports.
Call 543-4238 for details or www.missoulasaturdaymarket.org
3. Go to The Missoula Marathon Expo also downtown On the Clark Fork River under the Higgins Ave. Bridge , next to Caras Park. 12 pm to 7pm . Pick up your race packets and late registrations until 7pm.
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Tuesday, June 19, 2007
I have posted a new interactive map of the Missoula Half Marathon on the website.
Check it out on the www.runwildmissoula.org/mm/courseroute.html page. Scroll down to the bottom of the page.
Wednesday, June 13, 2007
The inaugural Missoula Marathon on July 15 is just around the corner and registration is surging. According to Race Director Jennifer Boyer, 333 runners are registered for the 26.2-mile race. That makes the Missoula Marathon the largest marathon in Montana!Another 312 racers have registered for the half marathon and more than 149 kids are logging their miles for the Missoula Kids Marathon. That’s 794 racers who will make history by participating in this first-ever community event.
Run the races
Wednesday, June 6, 2007
"A few facts: people from at least 33 states, two Canadian provinces, and Japan have registered. This list contains 300 marathon entries, 279 half marathon entries, 134 kids marathon entries. The youngest marathoner thus far is 17; the oldest (so far) is 78.
Sunday, June 3, 2007
Mr. Nishi asked us to support his running of the Missoula Marathon and we are delighted! He's the author of Ecomarathon, an international marathon guidebook. He is currently working on the next edition and the Missoula Marathon will be in it! He estimates the Missoula Marathon will be his 536th marathon. To learn more, log on to www.ecomarathon.org.
You can hear Mr. Nishi speak at the Expo on Saturday, July 14th. Let's welcome him to Missoula and the Missoula Marathon!
Monday, May 28, 2007
Thursday, May 17, 2007
"The Missoula Marathon and All the Products to Get You Through to the Finish Line!"
Monday, May 21st at 7 pm at the Good Food Store classroom.
Running magazines are full of new gadgets and clothes that manufacturers claim will get you through a marathon, and we all have running friends with a plethora of gadgets. The question is, what to believe? Is the expensive model better than the inexpensive model? Does it do what it claims? What's the latest and greatest? Should you replace your 15-year old heart rate monitor? Find out what it looks like, what it does, and how to use it at our next Missoula Marathon seminar. Let Anders Brooker of Runner's Edge show you what's necessary, what's helpful, and what's just plain fun. The right gear can make a big difference, so get the skinny from someone who buys it, sell it and uses it for running races and triathlons.
The event is free, but seating is limited. The Good Food Store is located at 1600 S. Third St. W., Missoula
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Wednesday, May 16, 2007
(And just kidding about the grizzly bears.)
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Sunday, May 13, 2007
The weather completely cooperated with overcast skies, mild temperatures, and no wind. The course was pretty darned flat with some hills the first five miles. The scenery was lush and green.
Eugene is a lot like Missoula, in that a river runs right through it. Naturally, many of their races utilize the miles and miles of paths lining the Willamtte and the Eugene Marathon is no exception. Apparently some of the locals complained about the familiarity of the course, but race director Richard Maher was thinking also about all the visitors, so stuck to the plan.
From a runner's point of view everything went smooth so if there were problems I wasn't cognizant of them. If you're looking for a marathon to run next year, I'd recommend it!
My only caution is to allergy sufferers (of which I am not one). You might want to check pollen counts in Eugene for that time of year. Congratulations to Richard Maher and his team for pulling off a great first event! Maybe he'll come and run ours!
Tuesday, May 8, 2007
Organizations involved include Frenchtown Rural Fire District, Missoula Rural Fire District, Missoula City Fire, Missoula Emergency Services, American Red Cross, a bicycle escort team and individual volunteers with a medical background. When you cross the finish line of the Missoula Marathon or Half Marathon and hobble over to the Medical Tent with your big blister, thank Dr. Kress and his team!
Sunday, May 6, 2007
Consider the benefits of a massage before and after the marathon. On the front end, massage can help improve circulation and get your muscles limber before you beat the pavement. After the race, massage can help clear your system of lactic acid, while helping to establish healing of the soft tissues.
Our physical therapists at Alpine Physical Therapy are anxious to work with you before and after the race. A 10-minute session with our team will literally speed your recovery time by days.
Very beneficial pre-race massage is available at the Race Expo on Saturday on a first-come first served basis.
After the race, we will provide these services at Caras Pavilion. We’ll stay as long as needed to accommodate any and all participants. Keep in mind that you can benefit from a post-race massage for up to 2 weeks after the race. To book your post-race massage at our clinic beyond race day, call our office at 251-2323 to schedule.
Otherwise, order when Registering Online for The Missoula Marathon or half marathon , or pay on race day.
Cost: • 10 bucks for 10 minutes • 15 bucks for 20 minutes
[Please make checks for the massage payable to Alpine Physical Therapy.]
Brent Dodge, PTOwner, Alpine Physical Therapy http://www.alpineptmissoula.com/
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or to register online www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=1371955
Wednesday, May 2, 2007
Half Marathon: 65
Kids Marathon: 91
These runners hail from 25 states and Alberta, Canada (Calgary and Lethbridge). Some of the states include Alaska, New York, Rhode Island, Texas, Florida, West Virginia, and Illinois.
The above numbers do not include any paper registrations that we may have received in the last two weeks. I'll do my best to update the numbers every week or so.
Saturday, April 28, 2007
Today was a great race day with warm, sunny weather as thousands of Missoula runners & walkers participated in the 35th Annual YMCA Riverbank Run. Scores of Run Wild Missoula members were in the 1 M, 5K, 10K or the Trifecta (all 3) races.
Special thanks to Nancy S. for holding down the fort at the RWM table and passing out lots of Missoula Marathon & Kids Marathon brochures.
Monday, April 23, 2007
So picture this – finish your half or full marathon running up Orange Street, eyes fastened on Orange Street Bridge covered with a myriad of balloons, downtown Missoula and the mountains in the background, spectators lining the sidewalk clapping and cheering. As you cross the Clark Fork River and start on that gentle downhill slope towards the finish line at the north end of the bridge, you know you’ve done it. You’ve just completed the Inaugural Missoula Marathon, Half Marathon or Kids Marathon event.
You’ll be ushered right onto Front Street where food and drink and gear bags will await the athletes, then down to Caras Pavillion to recover along the river with your family and friends.
The Missoula Marathon Committee is dedicated to making sure you receive the glorious finish you deserve after having completed your race. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at email@example.com
Sunday, April 22, 2007
Thursday, April 19, 2007
Walk the Missoula Half Marathon!
Walkers are being encouraged on the Missoula Half Marathon course come Sunday, July 15th. While we don't have a separate category for walkers, we certainly welcome them to join the fun. Athletes have six hours to finish the 13.1 mile course, so one may proceed at a comfortable pace and still finish within the cutoff at 12:30 pm.
The course begins on Blue Mountain Road near Highway 93 and combines withthe Missoula Marathon course at River Pines Road near the Bitterroot River. How often do you get to go on a walk with aid stations? Take advantage ofthis opportunity. Invite your friends and family to join you! Walking is fun for everyone at the Missoula Half Marathon! Register today! www.missoulamarathon.com