You can’t miss Mt. Rainer as it towers over you in our Seattle events. The course is flat/fast and offers scenic views along Lake Washington. We host a fun post-post race party for the entire family to experience. Enjoy foods, refreshments and cool products and services from our sponsors. We’ll have fun activities for the kids, too! Mother’s Day – A Day to Remember.
Warren G. Magnuson Park
7400 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Parking: Day of Race Parking instructions: Enter Warren G. Magnuson Park at the 74th Street Entrance. Continue going straight for 2 blocks, following the signs to the Jr. League Playground and Parking Lot W-6. Parking Lot W-6 will be on your right and that is where you want to go! Please park your vehicle and jog on over to the Starting Line or Picnic Structure #3 if you need to pick up your bib or register for the race.
5K Divisions: Women 12-14, 15-19 and 5 year age groups through 70+
Kids Divisions: Kids 1 Mile: Boys and girls 6 and under, 7-9, 10-11
Additional Race Information: RACE DAY REGISTRATION AVAILABLE AFTER ONLINE REGISTRATION CLOSES. There will be two package pick-up locations available: RoadRunner Sports Seattle; 7020 Woodlawn Ave, NE, Seattle, WA 98115 and RoadRunner Sports Bellevue, 12200 Northup Way, Bellevue, WA 98005
There will be at least one aid station on the 5K course as well as refreshments at the finish line.
Run Like A Mother hosts a fun post-race party for the whole family to experience! Extend the celebration beyond the finish line by enjoying food and refreshments, cool products and services from our sponsors and fun activities for the kids including Ben The Balloon Man!
Mt. Baker Beach
Additional Training Dates, locations and times:
Apr 26th 8am – Mt Baker Beach, May 3rd 8am – Mt Baker Beach
Whether you want to get to the starting line ready to run your best race or you just like meeting and running with new friends, our coached 6-week group-training program does both!
Join our 6-week training program.
Sign up for our newsletter and receive:
– 5K training plan & accompanying strength training plan
– 4 levels of coaches for all experience levels
– Weekly group workouts and training workshops
– Motivation, support and a whole lot of fun!
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