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2016 Layton Marathon – 7th Annual
October 8, 2016 @ 7:00 am - 1:00 pm$65
The USA Track & Field sanctioned Layton Marathon starts on Antelope Island and runs 10 Miles across the island with views of the Great Salt Lake to the East and wildlife like Buffalo(Bison), Coyote, Big Horn Sheep and Birds abound. It then up a 7 Mile causeway off the island to the city of Layton. This race will have some new races (TBD) for the Guinness World Record. This marathon is a Boston qualifier and the only Olympic qualifier in Utah.
Race Day Details Make sure you get your packet prior to loading your bus. Load bus at 800 N. Cold Creek Way Layton (Finish Line Area). The Marathon will start at 7:00AM. The last bus will leave the Park at 5:15AM. Do not be late. Try to carpool because we are limited on parking that is not in the dirt. Half Marathon will start at 8:00am. 10K starts at 8:45 and 5K starts at 9:00am. Awards Ceremony held right after the event at 11:00am. Packet Pickup There will be a few packet pickups announced. The last chance packet pick up for the Marathon, Half, 10K and 5K will be Saturday Morning from 4:30AM – 8:30AM at Ellison Park in Layton. Aid Stations There will be one aid station every two miles on the course with water and Hammer Nutrition Products. If you have someone willing to volunteer for this please have them register online on the website. www.laytonmarathon.com Course Description The course is primarily flat with some rolling hills around mile 7. The elevation change on the entire course only changes slightly. It only climbs 200 feet at the most from the start and declines only 100 feet. On Antelope Island you will find buffalo and other wild life that roam wild.