For the training run, runners are given the option to run 20 or 22, depending on their individual training.
Powerade, ice, water, fruit, jolly ranchers– each stop had plenty of goodies to keep you going.
Some stops had music and/or canine friends for a tail-wagging vote of confidence for the runners!
Side note: The other club that had a big presence that day was the Lifetime Fitness running club. Their version of the capitol run was an out-and-back run from the capitol. It was open to the public (for a fee), with segregated pace groups, and busses from their facilities. Our capitol run is only open to members, is a point-to-point event, and is included in the membership dues.
No matter which club you ran with that day, it was great to have the other clubs out there, and I have to admit I appreciated the Lifetime signs pointing us in the right direction at a few points on the course!