Ready to warm up for the November events? Join us when it's warmer and get your blood pumping at the Seattle Marathon Summer 10K!
Yes! The Seattle Marathon 5K Race is Back! Same great event, New great season!
Summer Kids Fun Run
Attention Running Parents! Come for the 5K or 10K and stay for the kids run! Bring your little ones for some family fun!
|FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 2017|
|Registration + Packet Pickup||4:00 pm - 8:00 pm||Seward Park|
|SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 2017|
|Day-of-Race Registration||6:30 am - 7:30 am||Seward Park|
|Day-of-Race Bib+Tee Pickup||6:30 am - 7:45 am||Seward Park|
|5K Run + Walk Starts||8:00 am||Seward Park|
|10K Run + Walk Starts||8:15 am||Seward Park|
|Kids Fun Run Starts||9:30 am||Seward Park|
|Victory Recovery Area||8:30 am - 12:00 pm||Seward Park|
|ENTRY DATE||RATE TIER||5K||10K||KIDS FUN RUN|
HOW TO REGISTER
• Register Online Here (online registration closes August 22)
• Download a printable PDF Entry Here (deadline for mailed, emailed or faxed entries is August 22)
• Mail to: Seattle Marathon Association, PO Box 31849, Seattle WA 98103
• Email to: email@example.com
• Fax to: 425-671-0135
• Register on Race Day @ Seward Park, 6:30am - 7:30am (Kids Fun Run Registration is open until 8:30am)
• No confirmation postcard will be mailed for entries received after August 12, 2017. Be sure to provide a valid email address so you can receive your confirmation via email.
• No Bandits. The Seattle Marathon 10K Race does not allow Bandits on the course. Please show your support for our event by registering
COURSE INFO AND MAPS
RACE DAY INFO
Seattle summer weather is mild and pleasant. Average morning temperature for August is mid-60s with average wind speed of 6mph. The average daily high is 75. Days can be clear and sunny, or cloudy and overcast. Historically, there is a 25% chance of light rain.
Pets are welcome, but please remember they must be on leash at all times.
There are many parking lots throughout Seward Park and handicapped parking spots are spread out as well. Street parking (some of it free) is also available near the park. Plan to arrive early to allow time for parking and walking to the start line as spaces close by will fill up fast.
BIB & SHIRT PICK-UP
Packet pick-up will be available on Friday, August 25 from 3:00pm – 8:00pm and Saturday, August 27 from 6:30am – 7:45am at Seward Park.
Clothing Check is conveniently located between the start and finish line in Seward Park, across from Registration/Packet Pickup. Volunteers will be available to store and retrieve your bag. All bags must be clearly marked with your bib number. Under no circumstances should you bring valuables, as the Seattle Marathon Association is not responsible for lost or stolen articles.
LOST AND FOUND
Any items found on the course will be brought to Clothing Check. Please see a clothing check volunteer if you have lost or found an item. All lost and found clothing not claimed at the end of race day will be donated to charity. For information on lost and found items of value, please contact the Seattle Marathon Association Office at 206.729.3660 M-F between 10 am and 4 pm.
TIMING SERVICES AND RESULTS
The race is timed using ChronoTrack tag technology. Your results cannot be posted unless the bib and tag is worn in the proper manner. Everyone on the course must be wearing a race bib. Please ensure bib/chip is fully visible in front over clothes so you can be identified in your race photos and so your time is properly recorded. For more info and instructions on proper tag use, see the Timing page.
Unofficial results will be posted near the finish line as soon as they are available. A complete listing of official results will be posted at www.seattlemarathon.org on the 10k Results page shortly after the race.
MEDALS AND AWARDS
Cash awards will be given for the top five overall runners (male & female)in the 5K and the 10K events.
$100 – 1st Place Male & Female
$50 – 2nd Place Male & Female
$25 – 3rd Place Male & Female
$200 – 1st Place Male & Female
$100 – 2nd Place Male & Female
$50 – 3rd Place Male & Female
In addition, non-cash awards will be given to the top three age division runners (male & female), top 10 overall active military runners, and top masters runners (40+ male & female) in both events. Age divisions are as follows: 14 and under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59 and 60+.
Award Presentation: Cash awards will be presented to winners at the finish line. Age division and other awards will be mailed after the event.
WHEELCHAIR/HAND CRANK COMPETITION
Athletes using a wheelchair or hand crank are welcome to compete in the 5K & 10k Races. The course is ADA-compliant and provides wheelchair/hand crank athletes the opportunity for unbridled competition. The lead wheelchairs/hand cranks will have an escort throughout the race. Competitors must wear hard shell helmets and wheelchairs/hand cranks must be adequately equipped for safety. Wheelchair/hand crank competitors should especially note the risks regarding the nature of the course such as bollards and the possibility of other traffic on the course.
Provided by our Official Medical Coverage Sponsor, UW Medicine. If medical assistance is required on the race course, contact one of the orange-capped radio operators, who will be able to summon emergency assistance or van transportation if required. If you drop out, please notify an aid station attendant, radio operator or anyone at the information booth at the finish line so the information can be relayed to the event support staff.
T-SHIRTS AND GOODY BAGS
All finishers receive a complimentary, short sleeve t-shirt and goody bag. Finishers pick up their t-shirt and goody bag at Bib Pick up.
The Washington Sports Massage Team (WSMT) will be on-hand at the finish line to provide a 15-minute professional sports massage to finishers for an $18 fee. Massages can be purchased on site or in advance using the entry form.
MarathonFoto is the Official Photographer of the Seattle Marathon 5K & 10K Race. All finishers will be photographed and recorded on video. Photos can be ordered through MarathonFoto. For more information, call 800.424.3686, Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 6:00pm Eastern, or visit them on the web at marathonfoto.com.
RACE TIME LIMIT
All event routes will be opened to regular traffic at 12:00 pm. There will be limited on-course aid stations, Course Marshals and police support after the course closes. Participants may continue along the course after the official closure. Finish Line staff and essential services will remain until every athlete has completed the event.
COURSE MARKINGS / SPLIT TIMES
Each mile and five-kilometer marker will be clearly labeled on the race courses. Split times will be called at each marker (as permitted by the number of volunteers).
WATER / AID STATIONS
Water/Aid stations are approximately every two miles. There are 3 Water/Aid Stations on the course. Refer to the course map for locations.
Talking Rain water, and Gatorade Endurance Formula sports drink will be available at each station, in addition to basic medical items and Honey Bucket portable toilets. Each aid station will remain open to support a 20 minute/mile pace.
TalkingRain is the official finish line water sponsor of the Seattle Marathon Family of Events 2017. For more information about TalkingRain water, please visit www.talkingrain.com.
Gatorade Endurance Formula is the exclusive and official sports drink of the Seattle Marathon Family of Events 2017. Gatorade Endurance Formula (Lemon-Lime flavor) is served at each aid station along the course. Gatorade Endurance Formula is a specialized sports drink that contains approximately twice the amount of sodium (200 mg per 8 ounces) of Gatorade Thirst Quencher, along with chloride, potassium, magnesium and calcium to help sustain hydration by more fully replacing what is lost in sweat. Gatorade Endurance Formula also contains a 6% carbohydrate solution (14 grams per 8 ounces), just like Gatorade Thirst Quencher, which research shows is optimal to help speed fluid back into the body and fuel working muscles. For more information about Gatorade Endurance Formula, please visit www.gatorade.com/products/endurance.
Provided by our Official Medical Coverage Sponsor, UW Medicine. If medical assistance is required on the race course, contact one of the orange-capped radio operators, who will be able to summon emergency assistance or van transportation if required. If you drop out, please notify an aid station attendant or radio operator so the information can be relayed to the event support staff.