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Thank you for running the 10th Anniversary LN4B Half, the Relay or the Kids 1-Mile Scary Scamper!
Results are final and now include age-graded results!
  • Overall Men's Winner: Thomas Whitcomb, age 23, 1:09:03 (5:16 minute per mile pace)
  • Overall Women's Winner: Karalee Morris, age 32, 1:28:14 (6:44 minutes per mile pace)
  • Overall Relay Winner: Herald Brothers in the Men's Division (1:30:10) barely beating the Women's Division Winners, Jailbirds (1:30:29). Coed Division winner Monster, Inc. came finished in 1:32:20.
  • Best Costume: The Twin Bees, Bonni Perry & Julie Goodman, who were awaded free entries to the 2011 LN4B. It wasn't an easy choice! Here is a link to a collage of photos showing the many costumed participants at this year's event.

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Save the date! October 30, 2011
For the 11th Annual Lake Natoma Four Bridges Half Marathon,
3-Person Relay and Kids' 1-Mile Scary Scamper!
Sacramento Running Association Events

Upcoming Sacramento Running Association Events -

You won't want to miss!

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Will you be ready for Super Bowl LXV?
Run the Super Bowl Sunday Run first, and you WILL be ready!

Sunday    February 6, 2011 9 a.m.
California State University, Sacramento


 NEW for 2011!

    • 2-person Relay (each runner runs a 5K). 
    • A new, scenic course through Campus Commons.
    • 10k participants who register by January 1 will be allowed to predict the NFC and AFC representatives in the Super Bowl. Everyone who predicts both teams correctly will receive a special prize.
Benefits CSUS Track, Arden Arcade Rotary and Sacramento Running Association Charities.


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Inaugural SacTown 10-Mile Road Race
Sunday    April 3, 2011

Run this new fast, flat, and scenic 10-mile out and back course that starts and finishes at the spectacular California State Capitol !

  • Runners who achieve sub-50, -55, -60, -65, -70, -75, -80-minute finish times will receive special shirts printed with this accomplishment.
  • Awards to top three finishers in five-year age divisions.
SRA events

These events 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.