Saturday, February 09, 2013, 9:00 AM
I want to personally thank everyone for coming out for this year's race. 39 Runners made donations, which will be distributed to Northwest Harvest, when all totaled will equal $1680. Thank you ALL for your generosity!
If you have pictures - send them my way I will post them.
Pictures from Dave Edgeworth, John Tebb and Marilyn Pyke
FYI: Other Races I will be putting on in 2013.
I am fully aware that I may have missed someone at the finish or that I may have recorded incorrectly. email firstname.lastname@example.org with your updates. Check back again to ensure everything is correct.
Runners need to email:
First and last name, City and State, DOB, age on February 09, 2013, sex, and predicted 15.78 mile time.
COST: $10.00 SUGGESTED DONATION PAYABLE ON DOR - PROCEEDS WILL GO TO NORTHWEST HARVEST OR A LOCAL FOOD BANK.
STARTING AND FINISHING LOCATION.
It begins at the intersection of W Marginal Pl S & S 102nd St, Tukwila, WA 98168. Race is approximately 15.78 miles in length. Parking is available just East of the start.
The course is an out and back.
This is near mile 16 of the Green River Marathon.
Directions to Start and Finish:
Interstate 5 North to the Interurban exit. This is first exit North of Interstate 405 (South Center). Continue on Hwy 599 past East Marginal and Hwy 99 (Pacific Hwy) exits. The next exit will be West Marginal PL S. Park East of here for the start.
Run South on the Green River Trail to and through Fort Dent. Continue on the Green River Trail to the turn around - return to the finish.
Map of the course
Aid stations (two) will be spaced 5.3 miles apart (same location for both) and will have water and Gatorade. No cups - you need to carry a water bottle.
If you want to volunteer, let me know, I will put you to work.
There are no bathrooms at the start, but there is a McDonald's near by - 9610 DES MOINES MEMORIAL DR, Seattle, WA 98108.
There is a bathroom near the start, but it seems to always be closed - I will update status of this as time approaches.
Million Inch Run and all volunteers are not responsible for any injuries or deaths. The Million Inch Run is a free run; the aid is free, the run is free, there are no bib numbers, there are no awards, and no one is paid. This is a low key run amongst friends. If you require special assistance or are unsure of your abilities please think twice about running 15.78 miles, unless you take necessary precautions. You must have medical clearance from your doctor before you begin any exercise program or running in any half marathons. It is not our intent for anyone to get hurt while running the Million Inch Run.