Did you run in the 35th anniversary race of Grandma's Marathon or the 21st annual Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon? We'd love to hear your feedback as it will help us prepare for future races.
Please take a moment to fill out a brief survey of your experience:
Thank you again for joining us!
The Grandma's Marathon Staff and Board of Directors
Thanks to everyone involved with making our 35th annual celebration a huge success! We hope to see you next year...June 16, 2012.
Due to road construction projects on Interstate 35 from the Twin Cities to Duluth, please be aware that if you are driving to Duluth on I-35 you will potentially experience delays on race weekend.
If you plan to arrive in Duluth on Friday, June 17, we suggest leaving as early in the day as possible to avoid extended delays. We urge you to plan accordingly and give yourself extra travel time. Expect delays and heavy traffic Friday between 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. during the running of the William A. Irvin 5K.
For more information and maps related to the construction areas, click here: http://www.dot.state.mn.us/d1/projects/i35southofduluth/
For more detailed information specifically regarding the Duluth Mega Project click here: http://www.dot.state.mn.us/duluthmegaproject/
Thanks in advance for your patience – have a safe trip to Duluth!
Grandma’s Marathon Staff and Board of Directors
To track a runner in Grandma's Marathon or the Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon, click here http://bit.ly/m70Euu
The tracking system, made possible through the support of Verizon Wireless, enables the progress of up to four Grandma’s Marathon and Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon participants to be tracked at numerous checkpoints along the racecourse, including the finish line.
(Duluth, Minn.) Grandma’s Marathon is a making a $6,000 contribution to assist Red Cross relief efforts in the southeastern United States and Japan, following the recent natural disasters in those areas.
(Duluth, Minn.) Registration for the 35th running of Grandma's Marathon will remain open through Wednesday, June 1, race officials announced today.
Grandma’s Marathon is pleased to welcome Jack Link’s Beef Jerky as a proud sponsor of the 2011 marathon. Whether you’re in the race or cheering from the sidelines, Jack Link’s, the number one brand of jerky, will be on-site throughout the weekend festivities, joining in the celebration and helping to keep hungry racers and fans energized.
In celebration of the partnership, Grandma’s Marathon and Jack Link’s want to give you a chance to win an entry to either the 2011 or 2012 Garry Bjorklund Half-Marathon, along with a Jack Link’s Jerky gift pack. Two winners will be selected at random! It’s easy – just text PROTEIN2GO to 66937. Or, “Like” Grandma’s Marathon http://www.facebook.com/pages/Grandmas-Marathon-Duluth-Inc/137251173920 and Jack Link’s Beef Jerky www.facebook.com/jacklinksbeefjerky on Facebook to learn more!
1,000 Positions Still Available
(Duluth, Minn.) If you have always wanted to experience Grandma’s Marathon but running just isn’t for you, then volunteering is the perfect solution.
April 27 and 28 Fit-n-Fun Program to feature Suzy Favor Hamilton
Three-time Olympian and seven-time national champion Suzy Favor Hamilton will be the featured speaker at the Essentia Health Fit-n-Fun Middle School Assemblies.
Grandma’s Marathon-Duluth, Inc. and Twin Cities In Motion announced an incentive bonus for any runner winning both of Minnesota’s largest marathons in 2011.
A $10,000 bonus will be awarded to anyone capturing the open division titles at this year’s Grandma’s Marathon and Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon.