Race Recap: Tunnel Light Marathon
Tunnel Light Marathon Race Day
The Tunnel Light Marathon is the last race of a 3-race series on a speedy and beautiful USATF-certified course on the Iron Horse and Snoqualmie Valley Trails – both remains of old railroad tracks. A unique quality of the series – and the reason for the name – is the 2.4 mile long train tunnel that runners make their way through only half a mile into the course. This point to point race delivers excellent times thanks to the consistent downhill grade and low starting elevation. It is the perfect race to set a Personal Record and snag a Boston Qualification.
Race day conditions were a bit on the damp side, but our Cascade Run Club crew kicked butt regardless! Check out the stats below:
Cascade Run Club Brief Race Day Stats
7 Racers Present
7 PRs Crushed – Anna, Faris, Noel, Ruthie, Sarah H, Sarah S, and Tim
1 First Time Marathoner – Faris
4 Boston Qualifying Times – Anna, Noel, Sarah H, and Tim
Other Races Ran by CRC Runners
We also had members at a couple non-focus races this weekend. Big congratulations to:
2 Berlin Marathoners – Jack and Lyell
1 Beat the Blerch Marathoner – John
Coming up next we have the Chicago Marathon (October 7), and the Snohomish River Run (Marathon, Half Marathon, and 10k – October 14). We also have a charity fun run in the mix, the Run and Run S’more 5k (October 13 – pre-race shake out run for our Snohomish River Runners!)
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