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10th ANNIVERSARY
Lake Natoma Four Bridges Half Marathon & 3-Person Relay
Presented by Mercy Hospital of Folsom

Enter by September 15 for lowest entry fee!

Online Registration Direct Links: Half Marathon    Relay Team    Kids 1-Mi. Scary Scamper
  • Sunday, October 31 - on Halloween!
  • Scenic course around Lake Natoma in Folsom
  • The BEST training run for the California International Marathon!
  • The traditional Halloween theme at the Haunted House Expo and at the race will be especially festive this year.
  • Bring the kids for the 3rd Annual 1-Mile Scary Scamper, FREE to kids 13 & younger if registered online by October 15.
  • To those who have already entered, THANK YOU! and please let your friends know about the upcoming low entry fee deadline.
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Preview of the cool 10th Anniversary LN4B Shirts!
This year's shirt company is Greenlight Apparel and the soft, wicking fabric used for the shirts is made from recycled plastic bottles.

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Entry Update for the 28th Annual California International Marathon
Presented by Kaiser Permanente
December 5, 2010    Folsom to the State Capitol   Sacramento, California
  • Marathon & Relay numbers are up over 50% of what they were at this time last year.
  • Entry caps: Marathon = 7500; Relay Teams = 1000
  • Direct links to online entry:  Marathon     Relay     maraFUNrun
  • Enter soon to avoid disappointment. At this rate we could fill in early October.
  • To those of you who have already entered: THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING THE CIM!
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The California International Marathon Presented by Kaiser Permanente, the Marathon Relay Challenge, the Kaiser Permanente Youth Fitness Program & maraFUNrun, the Lake Natoma Four Bridges Half Marathon & 3-Person Relay, the Kids 1-Mile Scary Scamper, and the Super Bowl Sunday 10K Run are owned and managed by the Sacramento Running Association, a Not for Profit 501(c)(3) organization. SRA beneficiaries include regional youth fitness programs, running venue development, maintenance and improvement, and the American River Parkway.