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Inspiring Hope Run

May 13, 2017 - 9:00am - Mukilteo, WA

The cost of the Inspiring Hope Run has been deducted from the Mukilteo Madness Registration fees.

5K and 10K timed runners will start together at 9:00.  Please arrange yourself within the group according to your expected pace with rabbits up front, turtles in back.

9:00 - 5K/10K TIMED Run Starts

9:05 -5K/10K UNTIMED Walk Starts. Runners with with strollers are allowed on the 5K Walk course only.  Pets are not allowed on the course due to insurance restrictions.

Our timed runners will take off at 9:00 am followed by our untimed runners/walkers at 9:10am.  Those running with strollers will line up at the front of the untimed wave. REMINDER:  Strollers are NOT permitted on either the 5k or 10k running course.  Course Marshals will ask runners with strollers on the running route to cross the street to join the 5K walking route.

The 10k and 5k Run routes are roughly the same for about 2.5 miles as they travel around the golf course on sidewalks, paved running paths and coned running lanes. This portion of the course is generally flat with an overall downhill grade.  There will be just a couple of inclines to get you to the 5k Finish Line.   The 5k Walk route mirrors the 5k Run but on the opposite side of the street to avoid any conflicts between runners and walkers.

Shortly before the 5k finish, the 10k route splits off to explore even more of the area. This portion of the route is on sidewalks with some paved running paths and coned running lanes as well.  You'll experience two sloping hills followed by a general downhill to take you into the 10k Finish Line. Water stations will be available at 2.1 miles and 4.2 miles.  

NOTE:  The elevation profiles below are a bit exaggerated.  I've run both of these courses more than I can count and while they aren't flat they certainly don't have the extreme changes you see here.  I promise!

 

 

 NOTE:  Sunshine Productions reserve the right to make last minute course adjustments as necessary to protect the health and safety of our participants, or when directed by local authorities.  The final course will be plainly marked with signs, arrows and volunteers directing your way.