Pacific Northwest Marathon

Saturday – September 15, 2018

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Our Mission

The mission of the Pacific Northwest Marathon is to promote health and fitness through running. There is a fitness crisis in our country. People are suffering more and more from chronic disease, poor nutrition, and inactivity. We invite you to join our supportive community of individuals and organizations. We encourage each other to achieve new heights, overcome personal challenges, and inspire others to be more healthy. Begin your journey today by registering to run, walk, or wheel the Pacific Northwest Marathon, half, or 5K.

USATF Certified Course

Measured according to the highest industry standards. Laid out and marked by trained professionals. You can run your race feeling confident we have done our part to keep you on course and running the correct distance. Your time will count!

Last Chance to Qualify for Boston

The Pacific Northwest Marathon is positioned just before the usual registration deadline for the Boston Marathon, making it almost your last chance. Please see the BAA website for official registration dates for Boston.

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Be the best you

Stephanie transformed her life through running. Set aside your fear and unleash your potential. Take the first step by making a commitment to change.

Marathon Training Plan

Follow us on our weekly marathon training program
May 22, 2018

Week 4 Rest is Best

This week, allow your muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, and organs to recover. You must understand that the strengthening processes happen while you are resting, not while you are working out. Keep your exercise to a minimum this week. Don’t cheat yourself out of valuable time to build strength and endurance!

May 22, 2018
May 17, 2018

Week 3 Keep Going; Be Consistent

By now, you have run a total of 39 miles. You will have had some good, some bad, and some in between days with running. This is normal. Follow the advice of your Yoga instructor: be aware of your bad days, but don’t judge yourself too harshly. If you have not already done so, start a training journal. Record the details of your training and how you feel before, during, and after working out. Take photos as well. This journal will help you keep track of your schedule. It will also help you beat discouragement and boredom when they come.

May 17, 2018

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