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Grandma’s Marathon Update

The 41st annual Grandma’s Marathon will be getting under way this Saturday, June 17. Below are the answers to the Who, What, When, Where, and Why questions about each race. I, myself, will be running the full-marathon and am looking to set a personal record (PR) with a sub-4 hour marathon! We will just have to see! If you are running, Good Luck! The weather is looking like it will be a great day to run! If you are in town, I highly recommend heading down to Canal Park to witness this awesome event and to cheer some runners on!

Grandma’s Website

Link to below information from Duluth News Tribune Article

41st Grandma’s Marathon

What: The 11th-largest marathon in the United States (2015 numbers)

Where: 26.2 miles along North Shore Drive from Two Harbors to Canal Park Drive

Who: Field of 8,740 (4,668 men, 4,072 women)

When: 7:45 a.m. Saturday (wheelchair start 7:40 a.m.)

At stake: Prize money of $100,000 ($10,000 each to men’s and women’s winners)

Radio: WEBC-FM 106.5, with simulcast on WEBC-AM 560, at 6 a.m.

Information: (218) 727-0947; grandmasmarathon.com

27th Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon

What: The 53rd-largest half-marathon in the United States (2014 numbers)

Where: 13.1 miles along North Shore Drive from Talmadge River to Canal Park Drive

Who: Field of 8,892 (3,189 men, 5,703 women)

When: 6:15 a.m. Saturday

At stake: Prize money of $26,100 ($3,000 each to men’s and women’s winners)

24th William A. Irvin 5K

Where: 3.1 miles starting and finishing on Harbor Drive

Who: Field of 2,333 (888 men, 1,445 women)

When: 6 p.m. Friday

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