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Mighty Miss Marathon,
Relay and 12 Mile
2015

For more information, visit pioneermidwest.com/mightymissrace

General Information

Transportation

The Mighty Miss Marathon 55 and 12 mile is a

Participants should plan to park their vehicles

human powered race on the mighty Mississippi

at the start and plan a ride to the start, or

river. The race is open to all forms of human

catch a ride with the provided shuttle. The

powered transportation on the river, including

shuttle will run from X-X.

canoes, kayaks, paddle boards. PDF’s are

required for all participants at all times. Join us
on the river that brings the east and west together. We have a race for all abilities.

Insert Address Here
Osseo, MN 55369

Feeling up for a challenge? The Marathon dis-

Per Participant

tance will begin with a mass start 8AM at Bea-

Sorry no refunds

tance to the finish is 55 miles.

Fir st Annual

Marathon Relay: 55mi
Grab some friends and take on the long race

Mississippi River

415 County Road 81

Entry Fees

ver Island Trail Park, in St. Cloud. The dis-

Saturday, August 1st

Pioneer Midwest

Marathon Distance: 55mi

together. Relay marathon participants will plan
to switch off at one of the five designated tag-

Relay Teams

ticipants. Team age class will be determined by

Elk River—Champlin: 12 Mi

Short Distance: 12mi

Sponsored by:

have age group awards (1st, 2nd, 3rd)

will share one boat, but can have up to 10 parthe average age of participants.

transportation and active lifestyles

There are 14 classes and each class will

off areas (see details on back). The relay team

St. Cloud—Champlin: 55 Mi

A celebration of human powered

Awards

Registration
Visit (insert hyperlink) to register . Online

Not up for the marathon? No problem, the short

and mail registration will run through July

distance is a great event for casual paddlers

29th and day of Babcock and Beaver Island

and racers alike. The short distance will begin

Parks.

with a mass start 12 Noon at Babcock Park in
Elk River. The distance to the finish is 12 Miles.

Online map of the course is available at:
http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/maps/canoe_routes/mississippi7.pdf

Which Race is for me?

Mark your Calendars!

12 Mile Start: 12 Noon

Race Day: Saturday, August 1st

Marathon Start: 8AM

55 Mile Race Day Info

12 Mile Race Day Info

The starting area at Beaver Island Park (south of St. Cloud). Arrive

12 mile race 2-3 hours, racer/ recreational paddler. Leave

early in order to prep boat and participants for racing. Prepare for a

vehicle at Babcock and take shuttle back. Participants are

10-12 hour day on the water. Access points are suggested areas for

encouraged to either race this distance or enjoy a float on

supply crews to meet races along the route. Plan ahead and pre-

the river. Bring the kids and a lunch. No pressure!

pare, take your map with on the water. Don’t underestimate this race!

Features of the river
Relay Race Day Info

The race course is a wide route, starting in the country,

The chart below displays the distance between each leg in the race.

to encounter wildlife such as migratory birds, ducks and

Transitions must occur at the designated points. The same boat

for those with the means, bass, panfish and carp Class I

must be used through the entirety of the race, start to finish. Partici-

rapids, rapids mild, currents moderate. Most dangers can

pants may paddle multiple segments of the race

be anticipated and avoided. Check out

finishing in the city. Along the way participants can expect

http://www.nps.gov/miss/riverfacts.htm for other Mississippi Facts for other information on the river.

Distances between
transition zones

Contact:
Race director: Roland Ring-Jarvi
763-427-6022
rolandringjarvi@yahoo.com

Pioneer Midwest:
763-420-8981
info@pioneermidwest.com

Online map of the course is available at:
http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/maps/canoe_routes/mississippi


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