If running a marathon, half marathon, or even a 5K seem like lofty goals, well then I have the perfect race for you to try! The Minnesota Mile on September 9th is just a mile. That's it. One little mile. Even if you've never run a mile, it's not to late to get out and train.
If you are a runner, and have tried the lottery for a spot in the Garry Bjorklund half marathon without success, this is a way to increase your chances! There will be 250 runners with a guaranteed half marathon entry for Grandma's Marathon in 2013!

There is also a FREE race for kids 14 and under with the Verizon Wireless Kids Mile!

Get more details on the Minnesota Mile and get yourself and your family signed up HERE today!

 

RACE SCHEDULE*

*In order to register for the correct race, please make note of the time/age qualification listed in conjunction with each division.

8:50 a.m. Grandma's Minnesota Mile Wheelchair race – open to those 8 yrs. & older

9:00 a.m. Verizon Wireless Kids Mile – open to those 8 to 14 yrs. old

9:20 a.m. Women's All City Mile – projected time of 6:46 or longer

9:40 a.m. Men's All City Mile – projected time 5:46 or longer

10:00 a.m. Women's Duluth Mile – projected time of 5:31 to 6:45

10:10 a.m. Men's Duluth Mile – projected time of 4:31 to 5:45

10:20 a.m. Women's Grandma's Minnesota Mile – for ages 39 & younger: 5:30 or faster; for ages 40 & older: 5:50 or faster

10:30 a.m. Men's Grandma's Minnesota Mile – for ages 39 & younger: 4:30 or faster; for ages 40 & older: 4:50 or faster