From the Tempo
- July 12, 2017
- Mason Kelly
- June 21, 2017
- January 25, 2017
Did you know the 2010 Seattle race was where wear blue: run to remember first appeared on a Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series course? Reflecting on 20 Years Running for the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series in 2017, the presence of wear bluehas become a treasured part of the Seattle event in particular.Read more
As they crossed the finish line, Melissa Jasso, Marybeth Macias and Taylor Pelham ran hand-in-hand, arms held high. In Jasso’s right hand, she carried an American flag.
All three women lost brothers who were killed in combat. And on Sunday morning in Seattle, all three wore matching shirts representing “wear blue: run to remember,” because they were competing for a cause, honoring the memories of those they’ve lost and others who made the ultimate sacrifice by running in the Alaska Airlines Rock ’n’ Roll Seattle Marathon.Read more
As every runner toes the start line, within them resides the story that carried them there. Those stories are made up of moments that culminate in milestones.
The history of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series is made of moments and milestones created by runners just like you. In honor of our 20th anniversary celebration, we invite runners to share their most memorable running moments with us.
This is the story of Aaron from Oregon.Read more