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    2014 Arroyo Creek Half Marathon, 5K and 10K in Simi Valley on Sunday, Aug 10th

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    The 2014 Arroyo Creek Half Marathon, here 5K and 10K are planned for Sunday, August 10th at Rancho Simi Community Park, 1765 Royal Ave, Simi Valley. Run along the tree-lined Arroyo Creek bike path through the center of Simi Valley. Half marathon starts at 7am. More info at www.ArroyoCreekHalf.com.

    Course Description:
    The race will start at Rancho Simi Park and run along the
    Arroyo bike path   ,that is lined with beautiful trees for shade.  The bike path runs through the center of Simi Valley and along the arroyo creek that is still home to ducks and herons, (AKA – not cranes), who are soaking up the sun while playing in the gently flowing spring /summer time  water.  Aid stations every 1.5 miles.

    Weekend Warriors / Beginners / walkers:
    Yes, very walker friendly course, mostly flat, with a few gentle rollers to keep you on your game, plenty of aid stations, and loads of fun!  Generous 4:00 hour time limit for the half marathon so take your time and enjoy the scenery, all levels of fitness are welcome at our events.

    Middle of the pack runners:
    Looking for a PR (personal record) ? Then this is the race for you! mostly flat course, Some gentle rollers and plenty of room to make your move towards your new PR

    Elite and Advanced runners:
    This mostly flat course along with some mild rollers mid way through your run.  Some long stretches to really open up your speed along the last few miles of the course.

    All Runners will receive:
    Finisher medal
    Race day athlete t-shirt
    Custom Goody bag with race day logo


    Calling all Running and Triathlon clubs:

    All running and triathlon clubs can secure a spot at the race day expo for a front row seat to all the action.  Bring your club canopy, banner, cow bells and team spirit.

    To ensure a smooth and consistent run, this race has implemented wave starts.

    What is a wave start and how does it work?

    Wave starts are designed to reduce race start congestion and improve your race day running experience. In a wave start, runners start in groups at 2 minute intervals. This way you can run with others who are similar in speed. A wave start will allow you plenty of space along the course, at the aid stations and at the finish line, without affecting your chip time or the time you have to complete the race. On race day you will line up under / behind the banner that best fits your estimated running pace per mile, see chart  Click Here

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