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5K/10K Upcoming Races

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5K/10K 3-RACE SERIES  2014
Alki Beach Park:

ALL 3 RACES OCTOBER (2), NOVEMBER>

Race 1 OCTOBER 5, 2014 >

Race 2 OCTOBER 26, 2014 >

Race 3 NOVEMBER 16, 2014 >

 

FEATURING
CHIP TIMING
DAY-OF REGISTRATION –
Payment by cash, check, or credit card $38.00 for one race or $80.00 for three races (includes sales tax).
5K/10K RACES BEGINS at 9:30a.m.
CHECK-IN BEGINS at 8:15a.m. 

Kids 5k ages 3 – 17 $13.14 online and $15.00 day-of (Includes tax)
Kids ages 3 – 11: Race for toy prizes (balls, tattoos, note pads, markers) at the 1.55 mile turn and 3.1 mile finish.
All kids 3-11 win a finisher’s medal at the awards presentation.
All kids 3 – 17 run with adults.

Kids Camp $5.48
John Bartlett, from the LEAF Project, is hosting a 10-minute kids camp that consists of push ups, planks, mountain climbers, and jumping jacks.

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Directions from:

  • From I-5 northbound or southbound or from State Road 99 (Aurora Avenue):

    • take the West Seattle Bridge to West Seattle
    • take the ramp towards Harbor Ave/Avalon Way
    • turn right onto Harbor Ave SW
    • Bear Left on Alki Ave SW
    • Alki Beach Park is on your right

    Parking and Bathrooms:

    On street parking only. Parking can be difficult during the summer. There is a bathroom located close to the start/finish line, about 30 yards away, near the Alki Art Studio. 

  • Course Description

An out and back, flat and fast course, all along the water’s edge with views of the Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains, and Seattle Skyline. The course is out and back once for the 5k and twice for the 10k (which gives you the ability to test your pacing).

2 thoughts on “5K/10K Upcoming Races”

  1. It was GREAT to see so many people at today’s race. It seemed like a record number of kids too! So happy to see so many Seattleites putting their best foot forward. See you in February.

  2. Great race on Sunday everyone. Big thank you to all the volunteers who braved the cold wind and eventual down pour of rain. See you next month!

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