8 September 2018
Race and Registration Information



This race is dedicated to Major Megan McClung (April 14, 1972–December 6, 2006) who was the first female USMC officer killed in combat during the Iraq War. Major McClung was serving as a public affairs officer in Al Anbar Province, Iraq when she was killed. 
The city of Oak Harbor, WA and Megan’s mom and brother are hosting this 8th annual run to remember this fallen hero and to raise funds for her fellow Marines and sailors who have been wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan.

What else can you do in Oak Harbor?


Temperatures are more moderate on the leeward side of Whidbey Island and may register 5 to 10 degrees warmer than the “official” reading taken at NAS Whidbey Island. 

Parking is easily accessed from Pioneer Way and is behind Pioneer Automotive.  The Start/Finish area is easily accessed by a short walk from the parking area.  After the race, access to the vibrant and recently remodeled Pioneer Way with its shops and restaurants is just down the street from the parking area.

Race Timing:  

For 2017, Accustat  will be providing race timing at the event.

Age Groups:

Ages  9-14    15-19     20-29       30-39     40-49    50-59    60-69   70-79    80+


 The first 20 finishers 8 and under in the 1K Kids run will receive medals!

Hold Harmless:

We have ONE hold Harmless agreement (see on the website).  You may print and sign them at home (bring them with you) or you may sign a copy at registration on the day of the run.

Race Day Schedule:
0800-0930 Packet pick up and late registration 
0930  Presentation of Colors and the National Anthem

 Course Maps Below

This is an estimated race route.  Route subject to change to meet required distance when we complete route certification.

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