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jhtraveler FIRST-TIMER '18

This was the most inspirational marathon i've done to date. Having Marines cheering me on and a line of them congratulating me at the end of the race... wow. I've … MORE

This was the most inspirational marathon i’ve done to date. Having Marines cheering me on and a line of them congratulating me at the end of the race… wow. I’ve always enjoyed touring DC, this was a a one of kind way to see our capital.

The course was flat for the most part except for some elevation at the beginning… and beware of the steep hill before the finish line. Race support of aide stations and crowd support were awesome. It is a large race but i never felt crowded along the course as they now have instituted corrals that were enforced.

The long sleeve shirt has become a bit legendary… we will leave it at that. The medal is unique, having a globe that opens to display a gold coin. Marines know about medals!

Overall, I’d love to do this one again… and I am in 2019!

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rcarkin FIRST-TIMER '18

Truly the People’s Marathon. Perfect for first time marathoners. Emotional by the blue mile. Very nice view of DC. 2018 was the perfect weather and everything was extremely organized MORE

Truly the People’s Marathon. Perfect for first time marathoners. Emotional by the blue mile. Very nice view of DC. 2018 was the perfect weather and everything was extremely organized

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samanthadolen FIRST-TIMER '18

This race is so inspiring... the monuments, the blue mile, the marines staffing the water stations. This is a must do experience. It is well run, and easy to get … MORE

This race is so inspiring… the monuments, the blue mile, the marines staffing the water stations. This is a must do experience. It is well run, and easy to get to the start and finish. That last hill is a killer, but when you get to the top, the marines that cheer you on are fantastic!

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MissPatRuns FIRST-TIMER '18

This was my first marathon. I was so excited for it after all that running that I never thought I would do. I think I signed up for the challenge … MORE

This was my first marathon. I was so excited for it after all that running that I never thought I would do. I think I signed up for the challenge of getting in. I got in by being fast enough with my fingers to register for the 17.75k and completed that, it was my longest run yet after only having run for almost a year. I was having knee trouble and it was the most challenging but rewarding 11 miles ever. I enjoyed commiunicating via Facebook in a group call Women of MCM, they are awesome and I suggest joining them if you are going to do this event. I made 2018 my MCM year and it was full of firsts for me…10k, which came after the full and half…lol…, half, full, 8k. I did the Distinguished Participant and picking up that medal was a wonderful way to cap everything off.

I went all out for this race. I booked a long weekend in National Harbor, paid for the Carbo-dinning in dinner the night before the race, paid for my sister and her boyfriend to watch the race from the new observation deck building that included brunch, and the expo was an all out blow up on my credit card…lol. That expo was awesome! Tons of people if you go when they first open and confusing because lines are not roped or anything, but eventually you make it in. When I first saw the shirt, I was excited, but later realized it was not exactly the best. It has become a joke of sorts that the MCM organizers embraced with a funny video.

Since I stayed in national harbor, I had to take a shuttle to the start, which went smooth even though it seemed the driver was not exactly sure where to go. It was cold. There were many photographers asking to take your photo and tons of porta potties. There was also a prayer service if you wanted to participate in that. The start line was exciting with a Sky diver, the howitzer going off, and 30k runners! It would have been nice if they could find a way to keep non-participants out of the start corrals!!

Overall, the course was not so bad, I rated the difficulty based on it being my first and that you have multiple time markers that you have to beat, namely “beat the bridge”. It is horrible to think that you get to 20 miles and could get sidelined after all of that if you don’t make the cut off. When I realized that the pace car was right on my tail, I almost lost it. Then I pulled myself together and just ran until I couldn’t see it anymore. Then I spent the rest of the race just trying,to make sure I was going to NOT see that car again, so I have no clue about the scenery or seeing the various monuments (I have seen most of them before already since I live in Md). I have no idea where I was most of the time…it’s all a blur. I knew my time would be close because I am a turtle runner, but I had no idea it would be so stressful. The Blue mile, for fallen soldiers, was very somber and respectful. It was such a wonderful part of the race to recognize those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country. It made running 26 miles seem like it was not a big deal in the whole skeem of things.

The last .2 miles or so of the race was probably the worse, those Marines love their hills and there is one leading up to the finish. I waved at the “host”, like he told us to at the dinner so I could get my name called, but I never heard it. The finish was not the best for me. There were only a few of us crossing at a time because we were over 6 hours, which I kind of did not anticipate but potty breaks mostly got the better of me. The reason it was somewhat disappointing was because the Marine who gave me my medal acted like he did not want to hand it over! He looked to the person next to him like he was trying to figure out what to do and I looked at him and raised my shoulders like “what?” He finally put it in my neck…not the experience I had expected. Took many pictures with the photog at the Marine Corps Memorial but somehow those pics never showed up, it could not have been a bib problem because my bib was clearly visible. There was pretty much no finish festival at this time. It is called the “People’s marathon” because there is no,prize money and there are many ways to get it, which is awesome, but no love for those of us slower runners who still meet the time cut off. All I could do was rush to bag pickup after they announced that we had better do so before they left. The best thing was that my sister and her boyfriend were there and they had the Coke I had texted her to please get me. For some reason around mile 23 or 24 I think, I just had a dire need for a Coke…lol. It was awesome to,see them and I was excited even with the challenges…and realizing that my medal did not close the whole way because there was a piece that was broken and propping it open a little. Can’t really see it when it’s hanging though.

I was able to easily maneuver the metro so that I could get back to the station where the shuttle would return me to National Harbor. There were many of us, so it was not difficult. Funny seeing so many people limping and shuffling. No problems even though I had been nervous about this part. When I got home, my mom had prepared my requested pancakes and ham and cheese omelette and surprise…my family presented me with a beautiful award to commemorate my achievement! I was so honored…best thing ever because they had to get it engraved and that means they believed that I could do it!!

Overall, this was an awesome experience! The MCM is special even though some of it did not go as well for me. I think I will do it again once I can work on getting my pace up a bit, but I kind of like being a turtle so take thing in and not worry about placing or a PR, but I don’t want to be stressed about whether I will finish. The race was organized and the excitement was palpable throughout the entire weekend. The crowds were supportive with many signs and some had their own snacks and water to hand out. There were some even chanting “beat the bridge” as we got close to that point. I had read that this was a good first marathon and I would agree, but just be mindful of pace. So many people did not seem to have read about it! Had no idea what beat the bridge was! It is an honor to #runwiththeMarines.

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Jen_L REPEAT RUNNER '17

I ran the 10K as my first trail race in 2012, but I forgot how tough and technical this course was! My slowest half marathon by far. Coastal did a … MORE

I ran the 10K as my first trail race in 2012, but I forgot how tough and technical this course was! My slowest half marathon by far. Coastal did a fine job, as usual, with race logistics. I skipped the tshirt to save $5. The terrain was highly variable: everything from relatively level, easily runnable trail, to slippery, rocky single track. I did get a rock in my shoe at some point, so maybe gaiters would have been good.
Advice for other runners: This is a challenging course — the ascents are steep and lung busting, and the descents are treacherous. I was glad to be running “just” the half marathon. I wouldn’t want to run two loops of this course like the full marathon and 50K runners did! Register to run pretty and tough trails, not for a fast time.

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dosaprincess REPEAT RUNNER '17

Great support on the course, well organized and the medal is the BEST. start area is really well organized so no waiting for ages to get running. a great beginners … MORE

Great support on the course, well organized and the medal is the BEST. start area is really well organized so no waiting for ages to get running. a great beginners marathon

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deleon8 FIRST-TIMER '17

Stunning scenery, friendly people, good food, and cold beer - what more can a girl ask for?! This course alternates between quiet forests of magnificent, towering redwoods and sun-dappled oak … MORE

Stunning scenery, friendly people, good food, and cold beer – what more can a girl ask for?! This course alternates between quiet forests of magnificent, towering redwoods and sun-dappled oak woodlands filled with bird song. The short sections of exposed chaparral last only long enough to reinforce one’s appreciation of the deep, cool forest shade. The trail itself is a mix of single and double track, sometimes covered in a wonderfully soft layer of redwood needles, sometimes rocky, sometimes comprised entirely of sandstone slab, but almost always filled with enough obstacles to keep you on your toes. (Or, as in my case, rolling head over heels in my first trail fall.) The hills were challenging, but not inhumane. There were substantial stretches of fairly flat single track punctuated by steep ascents that most of us in the mid-pack opted to hike. Initially, I was not excited that the 30k route required passing through the finish area and doubling back along a portion of the half marathon course; however, this route was so fantastic that when I reached the finish area I actually looked forward to heading back out.

This event was very organized as well. I arrived 30 minutes prior to the start at which point it appeared the parking lot was full, but there was still plenty of adjacent street parking. Packet pick-up was a breeze and included a cute shirt that I will actually wear. Bathroom facilities were sufficient, though hand-washing stations would have been appreciated. The route was very well-marked and there were plenty of well-stocked and well-staffed aide stations. Soda, candy, sandwiches, and potatoes were offered alongside the standard fare of electrolyte drinks and gels. The volunteers were exceptionally enthusiastic and encouraging.

This was a relatively small trail race of less than 300 runners, and the majority of people chose the shorter distances. So as expected, there was really no crowd support and the 30k finish was rather quiet; however, there were still plenty of cheers from volunteers and fellow runners alike and most importantly – plenty of goodies left at the finish. The last time I ran with Coastal there were no finisher’s medals and I don’t recall anything more than fruit at the finish line. I was pleasantly surprised that this race included a great medal as well as a good selection of post-race food and drink. I greatly enjoyed the sausage hot off the BBQ and fresh, juicy watermelon. There were coolers stocked with plenty of cold soda and beer. I lingered at the finish line for more than an hour and left knowing I would surely be back to run this race again.

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nicole.sell10 FIRST-TIMER '18

This race has the most beautiful scenery combined with an amazing atmosphere fueled by it's community support! A must run!! I have already registered for 2019. MORE

This race has the most beautiful scenery combined with an amazing atmosphere fueled by it’s community support! A must run!! I have already registered for 2019.

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BrooklandRunner FIRST-TIMER '04

I had always wanted to run a marathon. I signed up for this one back in the spring. In the fall, with the Red Sox making an historic postseason run, … MORE

I had always wanted to run a marathon. I signed up for this one back in the spring. In the fall, with the Red Sox making an historic postseason run, I thought the World Series would go 7 games, so I would skip the marathon to be in Boston. But, I got tickets to go to St. Louis for game 3 and the Sox swept, so I was in DC for the race. I didn’t know how to train and I still was able to finish the race. I am proud that this remains my personal slowest time to date. Great organization and course!

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PeteSinCA FIRST-TIMER '17

Event & Course Description: There are races especially or particularly for women. While “Cinderella Trail Run” might suggest it is such a race, it is not. It is named for … MORE

Event & Course Description:
There are races especially or particularly for women. While “Cinderella Trail Run” might suggest it is such a race, it is not. It is named for the Cinderella Trail which is part of the course. And this Cinderella is a … about a mile of very steep and technical downhill. Ankles beware!

Backing up a bit, Coastal Trail Run’s (CTR) Cinderella Trail Run has 5 distances – 5 miles, half marathon, 30K, marathon, and 50K. The courses are based on two loops with a connector between them. I did the 5 mile distance, which is the first loop plus the connector as an out-and-back. The course was hilly, had lots of trees (redwoods, other evergreens, and eucalypti in particular), very fragrant, and generally beautiful. There were a couple of overlooks where one could see much of San Francisco Bay, including the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. As always, Coastal marked the course very clearly, I’d guesstimate it was 90% or more shaded, and there were parts of the course that were definitely technical – rocks, roots, and ruts (Oh my!).

Organization & Production:
The San Francisco Bay Area has several really excellent organizers of trail races, and Coastal is one of them. Wanting to check out certain venues, timing, and personal miscellany has lead to my doing 4 CTR races this year (with more likely), so I say that based on some experience.

Coastal provides a smooth, excellent race experience. The information on the website is very complete, and registration is easy. Check-in was smooth. The course was very well marked, including don’t-go-here flags where runners could go off-course. The 5 mile turn-around was also an aid station used by all distances, and it was well stocked with water and Clif Shot Electrolyte drink, and both sugary and salty snacks. The friendly volunteers topped off my water bottle and I grabbed some trail mix (sugar, salt, protein). The finish area food was even more plentiful, and the ice chest included beer as well as bottled water.

As I’ve said before, Coastal organizes its races from checking it out online through leaving the parking lot post-race so well that runners just need to worry about getting there and doing their race. Coastal races are low cost, and generally don’t include park entry. HOWEVER, like the previous Coastal Race I did, Grizzly Peak, there was no park entry fee for the Cinderella Trail Run. As such things go, getting to the Cinderella Trail Run was one of the easier (easiest?) of the races I’ve done. Once you get on the SR 13 freeway, you take the Joaquin Miller Road exit, drive about a mile, and then turn left into the park.

Swag:
Bib: CTR’s bibs are plain white, with the bib number and CTR’s logos and motto.

T-Shirt: CTR gives out tech Tees for runners of all distance. Mine is black, though I saw others that were bright chartreuse. At the center of the front is a spray of wildflowers and ferns (literally true, a runner will see these). Above in pink letters is the name of the race, and flowing beneath are the distances and date. On the back are CTR’s and sponsors’ logos. It’s a very attractive race T-shirt, probably among my favorites.

Finisher’s Medal: The finisher’s medal has the same graphics and wording as the race Tee, except for lacking the race date. The ribbon is sky blue, with “2017” running along it in sunshine yellow. The medallion is heavy, silver-colored, with a wire-brushed finish. It doesn’t grab you by the collar and smack you in the face with how nice it is, but it’s a very very nice finisher’s medal!

Besides being DLF for the 5 mile distance, I also was second place in the old goats age group (not what CTR calls it). CTR does age group medals, and the second place medal is bright silver with a wave pattern background. In the center is Coastal Trail Runs’ name and logo.

My Results & Opinion of the Race:
I had three tiers of goals: at least, I wanted to finish, still vertical; I hoped to finish under 2:30; finishing under 2:00 was something I would have liked to do, but wasn’t sure was realistic. It’s a challenging course,and that’s where I’m at right now. I focused on finishing and doing as well as I could. It was less than 5 or 10 minutes before finishing that I actually looked at my watch. Finishing (just) under 2 hours was a pleasant mild surprise.

I’ve mentioned before in Raves about Coastal Trail Runs’ races that they are low cost, and they are that. You could do 5 Coastal half marathons for the cost of two Rock ‘n’ Roll halfs. And unless you love races with 15K-25K runners, large crowds, and cityscapes, the parks, trails and overall experience of CTR’s races are much nicer, in my opinion. BUT, Coastal Trail Runs races are not budget race experiences, low price notwithstanding! When I consider a Coastal race, whether they will organize it well is not something I worry about. I know they do and will.

I would definitely consider doing the Cinderella Trail Run again, and the half marathon distance looks like a profile I could be ready to take on next year. That’s a decision for next year. For now, I have my eyes on a late June Coastal Trail Runs race in Santa Cruz.

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Supersweep REPEAT RUNNER '19

I paced a first time runner in 2019, so I got to spend more time taking in the course in a way I had not done in previous years. The … MORE

I paced a first time runner in 2019, so I got to spend more time taking in the course in a way I had not done in previous years. The scenery is magnificent. If you look at the course map you may be inclined to think that because it follows the coast that it is flat. It isn’t. There are hills, though they are almost exclusively confined to the first half. Because the view is so good, you probably won’t realize until after the race how hilly the first bit was.
It is an early start. It will become apparent why two-thirds in. Maui gets warm so the race needs to start early to avoid the midday sun. You need a headlamp for the first part of the race. Buy a good one. There is a big difference in performance between a cheap one and a quality one, and you can leave it at an aid station to collect at the finish.
Race number pick up is easy, the swag is quality, the aid stations are community-based and enthusiastic and the race finish is well catered and attended.
I love this event. I have taken my family every year we have been able to travel, and I will continue to do so. It is well organized, well executed, and it supports the community. And it is staged in one of the most beautiful places on earth. Don’t think about it. Just sign up. You won’t regret it.

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runjanerun REPEAT RUNNER '19

One of my faves! Gentle hills, outstanding race organization, and now with a half marathon. Plenty of aid stations, volunteers, easy bus shuttle to start, beautiful medal, etc. Note: time … MORE

One of my faves! Gentle hills, outstanding race organization, and now with a half marathon. Plenty of aid stations, volunteers, easy bus shuttle to start, beautiful medal, etc. Note: time limit for the full is 6 hrs exactly.

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Erock30 REPEAT RUNNER '18

Well organized glad they are moving it to an earlier start time next year as it was warm again. Only a few hills one at the finish but that’s going … MORE

Well organized glad they are moving it to an earlier start time next year as it was warm again. Only a few hills one at the finish but that’s going away to. Love the shirts & Medals. Great volunteers and the blue gold mile is awesome!

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beccahontas REPEAT RUNNER '19

Just when you think you've run out of juice, the BluGold mile goes through campus and there are thousands of people cheering you on to conquer the last couple miles. … MORE

Just when you think you’ve run out of juice, the BluGold mile goes through campus and there are thousands of people cheering you on to conquer the last couple miles. Beautiful race.

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jdmill95 FIRST-TIMER '19

Despite the drizzle, the race day temperature was just about perfect. The water station volunteers were wonderful. The bag pickup after the race went smoothly. MORE

Despite the drizzle, the race day temperature was just about perfect. The water station volunteers were wonderful. The bag pickup after the race went smoothly.

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beccaaw REPEAT RUNNER '18

11 bridges, amazing community participation! Lots of enthusiasm, great after race and pre race expo! Will definitely keep running this race. It is a BQ race. Transportation to and from … MORE

11 bridges, amazing community participation! Lots of enthusiasm, great after race and pre race expo! Will definitely keep running this race. It is a BQ race. Transportation to and from race start/finish.

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ToweyNation REPEAT RUNNER '19

Well organized, fun smallish race with the production of a large race. Great local support. ECM is a class act. Course is a tad hilly but fair. MORE

Well organized, fun smallish race with the production of a large race. Great local support. ECM is a class act. Course is a tad hilly but fair.

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mwisse FIRST-TIMER '19

This was my first 1/2 marathon, after being a spectator last year I took the plunge. What a well organized race with amazing spectators that supported me the whole time. … MORE

This was my first 1/2 marathon, after being a spectator last year I took the plunge. What a well organized race with amazing spectators that supported me the whole time. Great course layout! Thanks.

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lmazzocco FIRST-TIMER '17

This is my 3rd or 4th Brazen race, and they always put on a nice event. Parking was easy and near the start, but if you wanted to leave a … MORE

This is my 3rd or 4th Brazen race, and they always put on a nice event. Parking was easy and near the start, but if you wanted to leave a bag next to the start line, the volunteers will watch it. Aid stations well-stocked with food and happy volunteers. Course was more technical than I expected! Rooty and rocky in some places, which made for slow downhills, but also made for a feeling of accomplishment at the finish,

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ponpis FIRST-TIMER '18

It was not a piece cake the challenged was complete. For my first ultra trail run 50k I feel awesome. The beast hills their unforgiving to test your limits but … MORE

It was not a piece cake the challenged was complete. For my first ultra trail run 50k I feel awesome. The beast hills their unforgiving to test your limits but if i don’t try how I’m testing my limits I would never know if would of completed.

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k-runner319 FIRST-TIMER '19

This race is great for 1st time marathoners. The course has some rolling hills but nothing crazy. They have water / nuun stops every 2 miles which is very welcomed. … MORE

This race is great for 1st time marathoners. The course has some rolling hills but nothing crazy. They have water / nuun stops every 2 miles which is very welcomed. The scenery was beautiful of the vineyards and wineries!

They did a great job with all of the details. For example: they let us stay on the bus to keep warm before the race. The bathroom lines were not too long (only ~5 minute wait). The bag drop was made easy because 1) they gave us bags at the expo with our numbers on it and 2) made it very easy to drop off (via bus windows) / pick up (already had my bag ready as I approached!). They had people at the finish line to help you in case you had any medical issues.

It was great that their partners were wineries – which made it fun to explore after the marathon.

Only recommendation: label the buses or make an announcement before departing to the start line to ensure that the marathoners vs. half-marathoners are on the right bus!

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sarahealdrich FIRST-TIMER '19

It was my first marathon, and the weather conditions were perfect! Cool and overcast throughout, and sprinkled a little but wasn't raining a lot. It was hillier than I expected, … MORE

It was my first marathon, and the weather conditions were perfect! Cool and overcast throughout, and sprinkled a little but wasn’t raining a lot. It was hillier than I expected, the hills last throughout so if you can train with hills that’s ideal. Beautiful scenery and the volunteers were great – I loved it!

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lucymiller7 FIRST-TIMER '19

Perfect course and perfect weather. Overcast and cool but dry until the last few miles, when the rain sprinkled just when I needed it most. Someone was always handing me … MORE

Perfect course and perfect weather. Overcast and cool but dry until the last few miles, when the rain sprinkled just when I needed it most. Someone was always handing me water and I finished the race well-hydrated. The post-race meal was perfect and the only thing I could have possibly stomached at the time. Even the photos that came through are great. Highly recommended for first time marathoners.

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runnincarrie REPEAT RUNNER '19

The whole race weekend was great but I participated in the Marathon relay for the second time and it was just as great as last year. Very well organized and … MORE

The whole race weekend was great but I participated in the Marathon relay for the second time and it was just as great as last year. Very well organized and almost efficient getting racers to each exchange. My complaint with that was spectators riding the bus. The racers who need to get to each exchange should be priority boarding a bus. There were some nervous racers thinking they were not going to make it to the next exchange. The a whole family boarded the bus with one actual racer. I think the drivers need to ask or something. Also, Biffys! 2 is not enough at each exchange! Again, nervous racers having to take care of business but are in a lengthy line and need to be ready for their exchange. My team PR’d we had a great time, beautiful day, fun, well supported course.

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