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Race Recap for the weekend of 4/22

Another weekend of races is in the books. Heatsheets were at the finish lines of three races this weekend — Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon, Big Sur Marathon and Glass City Marathon.

The Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon gives runners a little extra to run for. On Sunday over 24,000 runners ran to remember, and celebrate life and hope in Oklahoma City. This race commemorates the lives of the bombing victims of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City in 1995. Congratulations to all the finishers, including men’s first place winner Patrick Gomez and female’s first place winner Catherine “Cat” Lisle.

Thank you runners for showing off your Heatsheets after the race!

OKC Collage

Photos: @veronika_zilajeva @meganfonk @hopejudd @regdequasie @brooklynnebond @smaksfam @sanjuansports


Thousands of runners crossed the finish line on Sunday along Highway 1 at the Big Sur International Marathon in Big Sur, California. This race is known for its halfway point at mile 16 as runners cross the Bixby Bridge. First place finisher Adam Roach is no stranger to crossing the finish line first as he has now run the Big Sur International Marathon four times!

We love seeing your Heatsheets at the finish line. Congrats runners!

Big Sur Collage

Photos: @ampersandshopmx @marathonballerina @kkinzy @amylee1021 @danjjames @annakyoung @lani_runs_lifts @ecselonick


The Glass City Marathon was one for the record books as they had the most participants to date and incorporated a new route due to construction on the University of Toledo campus. In honor of the race’s 40th Anniversary, Life Flight hovered over the start line as the runners took off.

Congratulations finishers! We love when you #ShowUsYourHeatsheets

Glass City COllage

Photos: @grisobarrios @colleenmarystone @conorwelsch @bhackwo @mcdonatb @niq073

 Also, congratulations to both Glass City and Oklahoma City Marathons for their successful recycling efforts via Blankets to Boards. Glass City dropped off at a local Meijer store and OKC dropped off at a local Sprouts. Good job, guys!