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May 31, 2014

On Saturday, May 17, over 7,000 runners were laced up and ready to run at the Ogden Marathon.  2,500 runners lined up 26.2 miles away from Ogden’s Historic 25th Street, eight miles east of Huntsville on Highway 39.    

On Saturday, May 17, over 7,000 runners were laced up and ready to run at the Ogden Marathon.  2,500 runners lined up 26.2 miles away from Ogden’s Historic 25th Street, eight miles east of Huntsville on Highway 39.    

March 23, 2014

Last week the Olympic Ice Oval was the host to the Golden Sprint Challenge Track and Field Invitational. 

Last week the Olympic Ice Oval was the host to the Golden Sprint Challenge Track and Field Invitational. 
Track athletes from high schools, colleges from the western states and masters competed on one of the fastest indoor running tracks in the region. 

October 14, 2013

Mountain Green resident Rosy Lee was the first woman to cross the finish line at this year’s St. George marathon.  Not only did she take home a first place win, but she was also inducted into the St. George Marathon Road of Fame. 

Mountain Green resident Rosy Lee was the first woman to cross the finish line at this year’s St. George marathon.  Not only did she take home a first place win, but she was also inducted into the St. George Marathon Road of Fame. 

June 17, 2013

The Morgan Valley Marathon has been a dream in the making for the past few years. The idea of a marathon in Morgan began among a group of friends who love to run the roads of the beautiful Morgan Valley. 

The Morgan Valley Marathon has been a dream in the making for the past few years. The idea of a marathon in Morgan began among a group of friends who love to run the roads of the beautiful Morgan Valley. 

April 26, 2013

Morgan native Billy Peterson is an experienced runner, having competed in over 50 marathons including three previous runs in Boston.  During the race last week, Peterson did something unique in his running career: he took his cell phone and seemingly saved his wife and young daughter from tragedy.  

Morgan native Billy Peterson is an experienced runner, having competed in over 50 marathons including three previous runs in Boston.  During the race last week, Peterson did something unique in his running career: he took his cell phone and seemingly saved his wife and young daughter from tragedy.  

August 4, 2011

 

Saturday July 30th brought runners and walkers together to experience Morgan’s first  history making marathon.

Runners started at 5:30 A.M. for the marathon, 6:30 A.M. for the Half Marathon and 7:00 A.M. for the 5k run and walk.

Runners came from all over the valley as well as from other areas to run the races.  One lady came all the way from Colorado, visiting the Holcim Cement Plant on a business trip. She heard about this event and wanted to make a run of it.  This was her first time running in three years, as she and her husband had been attacked by a mountain lion, while running in Colorado. 

 

Saturday July 30th brought runners and walkers together to experience Morgan’s first  history making marathon.