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My daughter ran the marathon and my BF and I ran the half! We had a GREAT time!! GREAT course!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Just curious where the 4:00 pace group finished. I chatted with the first pacer before the race and she said they'd be running 9:07's but I hung back for the first few miles and my splits were 9:05, 9:01, and 9:01. She was well ahead of me. ... See MoreSee Less

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Big thanks to the 3:45 pacers. You helped me beat my time at Baystate from 15 years ago. You two plus the guy just in front of me with the shirt that read "put old on hold" helped keep me on track. ... See MoreSee Less

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A big congrats to Allied Division Senior Recruiter Maura Iaquinta for completing the Baystate Marathon in 3:24! Wow!!!

Maura is the first person from Core to qualify for the Boston Marathon, and she plans to compete in the 2016 event.

Way to go, Maura!!!

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Runner’s Information

Here is a copy of the email we sent all of our registered runner’s the morning of Oct 9th

 

 

 

Hi {first_name}

Greetings from the Ashworth Awards Baystate Race Committee!!

With just 10 days before the Baystate Marathon and Half Marathon this email contains everything you need to know about the when [...]

Where are the best places to watch the Baystate Marathon?

We get this question a lot!

We think the best locations to see the race are:

The Rourke Bridge area This is the best spot on the course. From the Rourke Bridge you can see the marathon runners three times (just before 3 miles, again at 12.6 miles and lastly at 22.6 miles). You [...]

About Pace Groups

Here’s what you need to know about the pace groups.

There is no sign up for the pace groups. Simply proceed to the start on race day to meet the pace teams. The pacers will be lined up according to the pace appropriate for their goal. The pacers will be wearing bright orange shirts and [...]

Registration and Changes Are Now Closed

We have now frozen our databases for the marathon and half marathon. We cannot accept anymore changes.

The bib numbers have been assigned and the database has been sent to our bib printer.

In the coming days will send email to each runner with your bib number and information to help you prepare for the [...]

Marathon Wait List – FULL

The wait list for this year’s marathon is full.

If your name is on the wait list, you will be notified when a spot becomes available. When you reach the top of the list, you will get an email with a “bypass” code that will allow you to register. You have 72 hours to complete [...]

The Girl Who Ran Everywhere – Continues Her BQ Quest

Nicole continues on her quest for a BQ at Baystate – she tells about her training plan – and more in:

Where I’m at with my Baystate training & things to remember!

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We Are Filling Up

Hi everyone-

We are well ahead of last year’s pace on both the marathon and half marathon.

I just checked the numbers and was (pleasantly) surprised to see the marathon is 65% sold out (of the 2,000 entries we will accept). This is well ahead of last year – so thank you for that. For [...]

Managing Your Registration

You can manage and make changes to your registration on-line.

Things you can do are:

Verify your registration and/or edit personal details Switch between the marathon and half marathon Transfer your registration to another person Click Here for Detailed Instructions

The Girl Who Ran Everywhere – Comes to Baystate

Local runner Nicole Bedard has posted a great blog on why she will and YOU SHOULD run Baystate.:

The top reasons why I love the Baystate Marathon&why YOU should run it too!

Do You Hate On-Line Transaction Fees?

So do we!!!

As runners ourselves it is really annoying to register for a race that you think costs $55 or $75 and then when you go to “check-out” suddenly the cost is $79.33?!?!

What’s up with that? When I shop at Home Depot and buy a tool for $75, they don’t charge me $79.33. [...]