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Start: Mar 12, 2006 at 08:00:00 AM
Distance: 26.20 mi
Type: Out-and-back, Road
Difficulty: 1 / 10
More Info: Visit Web Site
Address: CBRC, 48263 Hillside Drive, Lexington Park MD 20653
Phone: 301-863-8431
Filed Under: Running

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Chesapeake Bay Running Club presents the inaugural Lower Potomac River Marathon.


Hosted by Harry Lundeberg School of Seamanship, Piney Point, MD in cooperation with St. Mary?s County Recreation and Parks
To benefit Piney Point Lighthouse Museum and Chesapeake Bay Field Lab.

Start/Finish at Paul Hall Center, Harry Lundeberg School of Seamanship, Piney Point, MD. Scenic course, mostly flat (see elevation profile), offers wonderful views of the lower Potomac River from charming St. George Island and Piney Point, and a fast out & back route past farms and fields on a rural highway.

Boston 2006 qualifier. Course certification pending.

Amenities to all runners include a commemorative Dri-Release t-shirt, finisher?s medal, and post-race food including hamburgers and hotdogs provided by Harry Lundeberg School of Seamanship.

Awards to the top 3 men and women overall, and top 3 men and women in 10-year age groups. Cash awards to top overall finishers.

Piney Point is in St. Mary's County, a little over an hour south of the Capital Beltway. St. Mary's County is served by the three airports serving the Washington, DC metro area: Baltimore-Washington International (BWI), Reagan National (DCA), and Washington-Dulles (IAD). Although limo service is available, we recommend renting a car.

Lexington Park is the commercial center of St. Mary's County, and is an easy 20-minute drive from the race venue. Hotels, chain restaurants, office parks and shopping centers are located on Rte 235, the main thoroughfare, near the Patuxent River Naval Air Station.

See website for information on accomodations:


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Posted by: jaywind and last modified on Aug 17, 2006 by jaywind


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