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Parking, Packet Pick Up, Lost Dutchman Marathon Exposition,
Awards and Medals.
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Lost Dutchman Race Fees, Limits and Start
||1/1/2014 to 1/31/2014
|Two-Mile Fun Run/Walk
*The marathon minimum age is 14 and maximum time for all entrants is 6 1/2
hours - strictly enforced
Packet Pick up:
Race Packets will NOT be mailed.
- All runners can pick up their packets at Road Runner
Sports - Tempe, 43 S McClintock Dr., Tempe, AZ 85281 on Thursday, February 13th from 3 p.m. till 7 p.m. and Friday, February 14th
from 12 noon till 7 p.m. (Map)
- All runners can pick up their packets on Saturday, February 15th at the Health and Fitness Expo 1035 N. Idaho Rd. Apache
Junction, AZ from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Map)
- NON-MARATHONERS can also pick up their packets Sunday, February 16th at Prospector Park 3015 N. Idaho Rd. Apache Junction, AZ
beginning at 5:45 a.m. 2-Mile Fun Run/Walk registration is
available at this time.
- NOTE: There is no day of race
packet pick up for the full marathon. Marathon runners MUST pick up
race packets Thursday, Friday, or Saturday.
The race will be chip timed. Your chip is a part of your bib, do not remove it. Your number bib must be worn on the front and be visible at all times during the race.
You may have someone else pick up your race
The expo will be held at the Apache Junction Multigenerational Center on
Saturday, February 15th. New and returning vendors and race sponsors to be in
attendance at the 2014 Expo. This is your chance to meet other runners and race
organizers, view maps and discuss the race courses, pick up your race t-shirt,
and bib number.
Saturday, February 15th, 8:00 AM to
Apache Junction, Multigenerational Center
1035 N. Idaho Road
Apache Junction, AZ 85119.
If you are interested in exhibiting in the 2014 EXPO,
here for Expo and Race Day Booth Application
Junction Vendor Registration
Chip Timing with ChronoTrack:
The Lost Dutchman Races are chip timed! The Lost Dutchman Marathon and Raceplace Events
implemented ChronoTrack chip
timing as of the 2010 event. ChronoTrack is a road racing innovation using
disposable tags “D-Tags” and simplifying the timing process for athletes. The
inexpensive disposable tags shorten pre-race bib pick up lines and eliminate all
collection of tags or chips after the race. As a runner you will have more time
to focus on competing and enjoying the event! Your
chip is a part of your bib, do not remove it. Your number bib must
be worn on the front and be visible at all times during the race.
Marathon Aid Stations: There are aid stations every 2 miles on the
marathon course for the first 20 miles and then an aid station every mile to the finish. There are port-a-jons near every aid station. GU Brew lemon lime will be available at every other aid station starting at marathon mile 4. GU energy gel (vanilla bean and caffeine free strawberry/banana) will be at miles 10 and 18 on the marathon course only. Bananas will be at
2 aid stations.
Half Marathon and 10K Aid Stations: For the 10K and Half Marathon courses there are aid stations every mile with water at every aid station
with GuBrew (lemon lime) at every other aid station. There are port-a-jons near every aid station.
8K Aid Stations: For the 8K trail race there
is one aid station that all runners will pass twice.
Aid stations are staffed by our tremendous volunteers without whom our event could not happen. Please thank them along the way.
Start training today with our official Course Fuel! Information is available at the
GU Energy Website.
Action Sports Images is the "Official Photographer" of the Lost Dutchman Marathon.
Celebrate your running accomplishment with a great photograph from ASI.
Click on their logo for further details.
Runner Tracking for 2014
We will be using Live Runner Tracking again for the 2014 Marathon and Half Marathon! We now have significantly more timing locations on the course so that friends and family will be able to track your progress live via Facebook, Twitter, text message, or email.