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Grandma’s Marathon weekend may be canceled this year, but runners are still hitting the pavement to clock in their times.
Beginning Monday, registered runners could run their races, including the William A. Irvin 5K, the Garry Bjorklund half marathon or the full marathon.
Each participant can print out their own race bib and then submit their times online. While those times won’t be race official, all runners will receive a medal later this summer.
“They were excited that they could finish their time right away and log it before it gets too warm where they run. So it’s nice there’s a big window so runners can either follow the same training program that they were planning to run and complete their races in June,” marketing and public relations director of Grandma’s Marathon Mandi Peterson said.
More than 200 people have already finished their races. Registered runners have until July 31 to submit their times.(05/06/2020) Views: 1,319 ⚡AMP
Grandma's Marathon began in 1977 when a group of local runners planned a scenic road race from Two Harbors to Duluth, Minnesota. There were just 150 participants that year, but organizers knew they had discovered something special. The marathon received its name from the Duluth-based group of famous Grandma's restaurants, its first major sponsor. The level of sponsorship with the...more...