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Welcome to the 2012

KeyBank Vermont City Marathon & Relay! Welcome To The KeyBank Vermont City Marathon & relay Last year a wise friend told me that “no two races are ever the same.” Those words ring true no matter what your perspective: runner, supporter, volunteer or even a member of the RunVermont team. Each race, big or small, takes on a personality and a character unique unto itself. The most unique characteristic of this race is that everyone who touches this event walks away with a sense of ownership. The volunteers who serve you this weekend undoubtedly feel a sense of ownership as many have been with us for years. Our local businesses look forward to marathon weekend so they can welcome the runners into their respective establishments. Our support agencies, including the police and public safety organizations and the members of our medical team, enjoy the opportunity to use their skills to provide a positive outcome for all. The event’s sponsors are eager to enhance our race to ensure that you will remember this experience for a long time to come. And then there are the spectators: your family, your friends and a whole lot of enthusiastic friends-to-be. They’ll be out there cheering for you, whether you’ve met them already or not. They will yell for you at the start, they will hoot and holler as you run through the Church Street Marketplace (both times) and they’ll be waiting for your arrival in the South Cove neighborhood as you approach the midpoint. They will shout encouragement as you make the “assault on Battery” and they’ll be out in force as you navigate your way through the North End neighborhoods. They will line up all along the bike path as you head into the last few miles and they will scream until they have no voice left as you make your way into Waterfront Park, to cross the long sought after finish line. Simply stated, our spectators are spectacular and they’re going to make you feel like a rock star. You will feel like this race is all about you, because all of us here in Vermont want this race to be YOUR race. Good luck, we wish you all a personal best and most importantly, a safe race to all! Peter Delaney

Participant Essentials Before the race . . . . . . . . . . Race time! . . . . . . . . . . . . . Important Medical Information . Cancellation Policy . . . . . . . . Course aid stations . . . . . . . . After the race . . . . . . . . . . .

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For more information about the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon visit www.RunVCM.org General inquiries info@runvermont.org Phone (802) 863-8412 Toll-free (800) 880-8149 Fax (802) 863-1921 Presented by: RunVermont, One Main Street, Suite 304 Burlington, Vermont 05401 The KeyBank Vermont City Marathon Runner & Guest Handbook. March 2012. Issue 10. The KeyBank Vermont City Marathon Runner & Guest Handbook is published once a year by RunVermont, Inc., One Main Street, Suite 304, Burlington, VT 05401. KeyBank Vermont City Marathon & Relay 5 / 27 / 12

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Dear Runners and Supporters, On behalf of the employees of KeyBank, welcome to the 24th running of the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon and Marathon Relay. As title sponsor since the race’s inception, we are incredibly proud to be part of this amazing event for the quality experience it provides runners and spectators, and the opportunity it provides to show off our beautiful community to the thousands of guests Burlington hosts for the weekend. We share our profound thanks to the RunVermont staff and the 1,700 volunteers who make this event possible, and to you, the runners, for being part of the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon and Marathon Relay.

Have a great run and see you on the course!

Scott Carpenter President, KeyBank, Vermont District

The KeyBank Vermont City Marathon is the RRCA State Championship Marathon for Vermont.

Mark your calendars!

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The 25th Annual KeyBank Vermont City Marathon & Relay will take place on Sunday, May 26, 2013!

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Participant Essentials

Before the Race Race Packet Pick-Up Policy

Photo I.D. is required for all runners picking up their bib, ChronoTrack Tag and race packet. No exceptions. Be prepared to show ID. If you are unable to pick up your bib, a proxy can do so by presenting a copy of the runner’s photo identification or a copy of the runner’s confirmation email. Relay Teams: Any one team member may pick up the bibs, ChronoTrack Tag and race packet for the team. I.D. required only for the individual picking up the team’s packet.

Race Packet Pick-Up Times & Locations » Friday, May 25, 4pm-8pm » Saturday, May 26, 9am-7pm Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center, 870 Williston Road, South Burlington, VT

Runners are encouraged to pick up their bibs at the EXPO on Friday or Saturday. First, travel upstairs and locate your bib number then proceed to packet pick-up toward the back of the Expo Hall. After bib pick up is complete, continue downstairs to pick up your race shirt. » Race Day: Sunday, May 27, 5:30am-7:00am SHARP One Main Street, Suite 304, Burlington, VT (4 blocks downhill from the start) T-shirt sizes are not guaranteed; arrive early for best selection. Absolutely no bibs available at the Start Line on Race Day

Getting to the Race Hotel Shuttle: On race day, KBVCM provides shuttle service to and from participating hotels. See page 21 for details. Race Day Parking: Free parking is available within a 1/4-mile of the start area at the lots located on St. Paul Street, Bank Street and Battery Street. Please do not park in Waterfront Park, Oakledge Park, or any of the church parking lots. See page 27 for details. Secure Bike Parking: Biking to the race is convenient, reduces traffic congestion and vehicle emissions. Drop off your bike (or stroller, scooter, etc.) in the secure area at the entrance to Waterfront Park; volunteers will watch your bicycle so you can enjoy the marathon. Secure Bicycle Parking opens at 6:30am on Marathon Day and closes at 3:00pm; all bikes must be picked up by 3:00pm. Avoid the fuss: leave your bike with us! Reaching Burlington by ferry: Visit www.ferries.com to check Lake Champlain Transportation ferry schedules.

Baggage Secured baggage check is provided for marathoners and relay participants. Baggage checks available at: » Battery Park: Open 7:15am-9:15am. Baggage checked at Battery Park will be available for pick-up in Waterfront Park at 9:30am. » Flynn School: Open 9:00am-12:15pm. Intended for fourth leg relay runners only. Baggage checked at the Flynn School will be available for pick up in Waterfront Park at 12:45pm. » Oakledge Park: Open 8:30am-11:15am. Intended for twoperson relay only. Baggage checked at Oakledge will NOT be transferred to Waterfront Park. First leg runners of two-person relay teams should pick up baggage for their team before leaving the park. » Baggage is intended for race day gear (warm-ups, post-race clothing); we cannot accept full-size suitcases. Volunteers will tag your bag with your bib number. We promise to take good care of your possessions, but urge you not to check your valuables. » Please claim your baggage as soon as possible after you complete the race. At 2:30pm, unclaimed baggage will be transferred to the RunVermont office (One Main Street, Suite 304, Burlington). Items not claimed in one week will be donated to charity.

Interfaith Service Sunday, May 27, 7:15am-7:30am at St. Paul’s Cathedral on the corner of Battery & Pearl Streets (1/2 block from the Start Line). This ecumenical service on race day will be a time for prayer and song and asking for blessings for the runners as they challenge themselves and each other in the Marathon. Supporters of all faiths are welcome to attend. Donations accepted. KeyBank Vermont City Marathon & Relay 5 / 27 / 12

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chronotrack & participation

Policies Our ability to provide accurate timing and essential medical assistance when necessary depends on YOU. Follow these steps to help us serve you. Your timing device for this event is the ChronoTrack B-Tag: a single use tag on the back of your bib. The ChronoTrack Tag provides runners with accurate race timing. Through a computerized system, your tag transmitter will be read at the start, finish and intermediate locations. You must cross all locations and complete the official course to get an official time. You must wear the ChronoTrack Tag provided in your packet. Do not trade bibs with anyone. Your time corresponds with your bib number. Both members of the 2-person relay have the B-Tag on the back of their bibs. Only the last leg of the 3-5 person relay wears the B-Tag. There will be video checkpoints and volunteers checking race numbers along the course. Failure to appear at video checkpoints may result in disqualification. In order to receive an accurate time, please confirm your bib is: » Clearly visible on the front of the torso » Unaltered and unmodified (Do not fold or wrinkle) » Pinned in all four corners » Not covered (jackets, runner belts, water bottles, etc.) » No Tag, No Time. No Exception.

Participation Policy RunVermont reserves the right to restrict participation in any event for violation of RunVermont rules and regulations. Visit www.RunVCM.org for deferral and transfer policies. » All runners must be registered to participate. » Running under someone else’s name is grounds for disqualification according to USATF rules. » Transfer of Marathon bibs is NOT allowed. » Relay Teams may be transferred online until May 10. » All runners must stay on the designated race course. » Participants must finish within 6 hours and keep to a sub 13:45 minute pace per mile. » Bikes, rollerblades, strollers, dogs and skateboards are not allowed on the course. » Headphones are strongly discouraged. » The marathon is sanctioned and certified by USATF. » KBVCM is a Boston Qualifier. Official results will be sent directly to Boston Athletic Association.

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Participant Essentials

Race Time! Start Area - Battery Park The start line is located on Park Street next to Battery Park. There will be over 4,000 runners at the start line so we recommend giving yourself plenty of time to get there. Line up according to race pace. Pace and Pace Leader signs will be visible in the start area. Runners in the preferred corral may access the corral until 7:55am from in front of the start line. Runners in the general corral enter the start corral from Sherman Street. The wheelchair race starts at 8:00am and the Marathon and Marathon Relay start at 8:03am.

Need Info?

Look for our Park Ambassador volunteers wearing bright orange t-shirts in Battery Park and Waterfront Park. Park Ambassadors have all the info you need to find your way throughout the parks.

Marathon Etiquette Good manners are the rule on every marathon course. Please be aware of other participants while enjoying the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon. Here are a few “rules of the road”: » When you slow down for food and water, or if you need to walk off a cramp, move to the side of the course. People behind you may not want to slow down. » We strongly discourage headphones due to safety concerns. If you wear headphones, wear ones that allow you to hear your surroundings. » Discard cups and trash in the receptacles provided.

The Race Course Our USATF certified course starts at Battery Park, overlooking Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains. The opening miles are run through tree-lined residential streets and Burlington’s pedestrian Marketplace where an enthusiastic crowd of spectators will inspire you. At mile 3.7 you begin a 4.5 mile out and back section on the Northern Connector, a divided highway which is closed to traffic only once a year for your race. On the Northern Connector, enjoy beautiful views of the Green Mountains and get a chance to see the leaders and your friends as you cross paths. At mile 8.2, return to city streets for a second pass through the Marketplace and a loop of Burlington’s South End. At the half-way point of the course, enter Oakledge Park and run alongside Lake Champlain for 2 miles. Mile 15 brings the Assault on Battery; 6 blocks climbing Battery Street. You’ll see the Taiko Drummers and throngs of spectators to inspire you up the hill. The next 6.5 miles take you out North Avenue on gently rolling terrain through many shaded neighborhoods. A steep downhill at mile 21.5 brings you to the Burlington Bikepath, which provides beautiful lake views and flat to slightly downhill terrain over the last 4.5 miles. Your finish and all post-race festivities occur in Waterfront Park where you’ll be greeted by thousands of cheering spectators.

» If walking on the bike path, please stay to the right.

The Start & Pace Teams Pace teams will be offered for the following times/paces: 3:30 (8:00/mile), 3:45 (8:35/mile), 4:00 (9:09/mile), 4:15 (9:44/ mile), 4:30 (10:18/mile), 4:45 (10:52/mile), 5:00 (11:27/mile), 5:30 (12:35/mile). Information about individual pace leaders and where to meet on Race Day will be available in April, 2012 at www.RunVCM.org.

Mile Markers and Course Clocks » Mile marker signs are positioned every mile on the course. » Time clocks are positioned every two miles, the half-way mark and the finish.

Finish Area – Waterfront Park Once you cross the finish line and have your finish line photo taken, you will receive a medal (Marathon and 2-person relay runners), a foil blanket, a bottle of water, and a light snack. As you exit the finish area, head north and follow signs to the Reunion Area, Runner’s Food Tent, Baggage and Massage Tent.

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To: All KeyBank Vermont City Marathon & Relay Runners

Medical Information

From: Suzanne Elliott, MD, FACEP, FAAEM; Medical Director Denise Alosa, ATC; Medical Coordinator

Introduction

familiarize yourself with the chart below so that you are aware of what the signs mean and what the recommended action is. In the unlikely event that extreme conditions (a wet bulb globe temperature, WBGT, of 82 degrees or higher) exist prior to race start at, we will cancel the race no later than 7:45 a.m. and notify runners at the start and through the media.

The 2012 KeyBank Vermont City Marathon Medical Team is a group of dedicated volunteer medical personnel available to assist you on race day. Our Team provides rapid assessment and treatment of your medical needs during the marathon. We want you to have a safe and healthy race, and are here to help however we can. PLEASE FILL OUT THE EMERGENCY MEDICAL AND CONTACT INFO ON THE BACK OF YOUR BIB. No matter how fit you feel on race day, this information could help us save your life should something happen to you on the course.

Medical Stations Our fully staffed medical tent is located at the finish line in Waterfront Park. In addition to these tents, medical aid stations are located throughout the course (about every 1.5 miles). Medical personnel can be identified by their red t-shirt with “MEDICAL” written on the front and back, and a photo ID badge.

Weather The weather at this time of year can be unpredictable. Be sure to check the local forecast and plan accordingly. The average temperature for May 27 in Burlington is 55 degrees at 8am and 68 degrees at noon. Race officials will monitor the temperature, humidity and radiant heat to determine the risk of weather related danger to participants. A sign indicating the current alert level will be present at each aid station. Please

Rules about Fluids It is well established that physiological function and performance is compromised as a result of dehydration. Sports drinks are generally the preferred beverage to maintain optimum hydration (many of these include essential electrolytes such as sodium). The following tips will help you decide how much to drink on race day: • Drink at least 16 ounces of fluid 1-2 hours before the race and drink another 16 ounces of fluid in the hour before the race. • Check your urine 1/2 hour before the race, if clear to yellow then you are well pre-hydrated, if dark and concentrated then drink more fluids! • During the race drink no more than 1 cup (8-10 ounces) of fluid every 15-20 minutes along the way - that does not mean a cup at EVERY water station. Remember to drink enough but DO NOT OVER DRINK! Fluid replacement should approximate sweat and urine losses to maintain hydration at less than 2% body weight reduction. These are guidelines only – athletes must know their individual needs. Runners who sweat more than average will require more than the recommended amount of fluids.

Emergency Alert System

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ALERT LEVEL

EVENT CONDITIONS

RECOMMENDED ACTIONS

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EVENT CANCELLED/EXTREME AND DANGEROUS CONDITIONS

PARTICIPATION STOPPED/ FOLLOW EVENT OFFICIAL INSTRUCTION

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POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS CONDITIONS

SLOW DOWN/OBSERVE COURSE CHANGES/ FOLLOW EVENT OFFICIAL INSTRUCTION/ CONSIDER STOPPING

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SLOW DOWN/be prepared for worsening conditions

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GOOD CONDITIONS

ENJOY THE EVENT/BE ALERT

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IMPORTANT MEDICAL INFORMATION Please print in pen before race.

Name

Birthdate

Weight

Race Day Emergency Contact Name & Number Hotel

Primary Language

Medical History

Allergies

Medications

I hereby authorize the release of medical information obtained by any medical personnel or facility of treatment rendered to me for illness or injury incurred during my participation in this event.

Signature

Date

After you Cross the Finish Line Runners should continue to walk for at least 15-20 minutes after finishing the race. Standing still or stopping can cause you to feel nauseous, dizzy, and weak. Endurance athletes may experience fainting immediately after completing a race if they don’t continue to walk. Walking will help to redirect the blood pooling in your legs back to vital organs, including your brain. Drink fluids slowly as tolerated. If you think you need help, ask one of our medical personnel at the finish. You will be provided with water and a light snack at the finish line. Additional beverages and food are available in the Runner's Food Tent at the north end of the park.

Our best wishes to all the runners competing in this Regardless of how physically fit you year’s marathon

Complete the emergency contact and medical information on the back of your bib.

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Hyponatremia is a disorder of results in a dangerously low sodium concentration in the blood. Excessive drinking, sodium loss from sweating, and the kidney’s limited capacity to excrete water will dilute sodium in the body’s fluids and can cause hyponatremia. Athletes that drink too much before and during prolonged exercise and “salty sweaters” are at risk. Females, www.FletcherAllen.org runners with a slight build, runners taking over 4 hours to complete the course, and those taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (such as Advil, Motrin, Aleve, ibuprofen, naproxen, etc.) may be particularly susceptible to this risk. Nausea, vomiting, throbbing headache, dizziness, severe fatigue, swollen hands and feet, wheezy breathing, confusion, disorientation, and lack of coordination may all be seen with hyponatremia. In severe cases, it may result in seizure, respiratory arrest, coma and even death. Symptoms can occur up to 24 hours after an endurance event. (See fluid guidelines above and know your own fluid needs.)

Pain Relievers Recent medical research has shown that non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like Advil, Motrin, Aleve, ibuprofen, naproxen, etc. may be harmful to a runner’s kidney function if taken within 24 hours of an event. NSAIDs are thought to increase the possibility of hyponatremia during endurance activities by causing decreased blood flow to the kidneys and interfering with a hormone that helps the body retain salt. Therefore it is recommended that on race day you do not use any analgesic but acetaminophen (Tylenol) if needed after midnight on race day. NSAIDs may be taken again 6 hours after you have finished the race providing you are able to drink without nausea or vomiting, have urinated once, and are feeling physically and mentally normal.

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cancellation

Policy There are a number of potentialities that may cause event officials to either delay, interrupt or cancel the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon event. Such conditions may include local emergencies, such as fires or mass casualty incidents, acts of God, terrorism, severe weather conditions or any combination thereof. The presence of conditions that might generate a decision to cancel the race will be communicated via the event’s media partners including WVMT, the Burlington Free Press, WCAX-TV and the event website, vermontcitymarathon. org. The variables most likely to affect the disposition of the event are extreme weather conditions. In the unlikely event that extreme conditions (a wet bulb globe temperature, WBGT, of 82 degrees or higher) exist prior to race start at, we will cancel the race no later than 7:45 a.m. and notify runners at the start and through the media. If for any reason the event is canceled by race officials participants will not be entitled to registration refunds.

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participant essentials

Course Aid Stations

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All aid stations have trained medical staff, radio operators and port-o-lets. In addition, the following amenities are provided at individual stations:

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Participant Essentials

After the Race Meeting Family and Friends Please take advantage of our Reunion Area! Located along the railroad fence just 300 feet from the finish area, the reunion area and bulletin board is segmented alphabetically. It’s the ideal place to rendezvous with family and friends before heading to the north end of the park.

Waterfront Finish Area Festivities The post-race festival begins in Waterfront Park at 10:00am on Sunday, May 27. Come celebrate at the finish area with Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks as a dramatic backdrop. All of the following amenities are located in the north end of Waterfront Park. Parks maps available online at www.RunVCM. org and on race weekend at the Sport & Fitness EXPO. » Awards & Results » Baggage Pick-Up » Food Vendors » Hydration Stations » INFO Kiosk » KeyDome (covered seating) & KeyClub » Live Music » Massage Tent » Michelob Ultra Beer Tent » Official KBVCM Merchandise » Runner’s Food Tent » Spectator Bleachers

Info Booth/Lost & Found Three INFO Kiosks are located within Waterfront Park. The kiosks are staffed by Park Ambassador volunteers (look for them in bright orange t-shirts). In the event that you need to report a missing child, are in need of medical assistance or have a lost/found item, please visit the kiosk located at the middle of the park.

The place to be in Waterfront Park!

showers Complimentary post-race showers are available at the Burlington YMCA (266 College Street) to KBVCM participants who present a race bib.

Official Results, Pictures, Finisher Certificates, Post-Race Survey Race day photos, official results and an opportunity to complete our post-race survey will all be posted at www.RunVCM.org after the event. Print your customized finisher certificate directly from the website. KeyBank Vermont City Marathon & Relay 5 / 27 / 12

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relay Essentials

2-Person Teams Before the Race » All runners must be registered on your team roster. To register your team members, visit the link provided in your confirmation email. All team members must be entered online by Thursday, May 10. Any team changes after that time must be completed at packet pick-up at the EXPO.

enjoy the race festivities at Oakledge Park until 10:30am then get on the bus.

» RunVermont must be informed of relay team changes prior to the start of the race or teams will be disqualified and ineligible for awards or prizes. This will affect your ability to participate in future RunVermont races.

Runners will be dropped off at the corner of St Paul & King Street, five blocks from Waterfront Park.

» Please designate ONE team member to pick up team packet at the Sport & Fitness EXPO. I.D. required only for individual picking up packet.

» One ChronoTrack Tag must be worn by each member of a two-person team. No Tag, No Time. No Exceptions.

» Your relay fee includes a Made in the USA cotton shirt, race bag, shuttle service to the exchange zone in Oakledge Park, ChronoTrack Tag timing, two-person relay medal and postrace food for both team members. » Both team members must complete the Emergency Contact information on the back of the bib. (see p. 7) » Secured Baggage Check: – Battery Park: Open 7:15am-9:15am. Baggage checked at Battery Park will be available for pick-up in Waterfront Park at 9:30am. – Oakledge Park: Open 8:30am-11:15am. (see p. 3) Baggage checked at Oakledge Park is not transferred to Waterfront Park.

Getting to/from your Exchange Do NOT drive to Oakledge Park; there is no vehicle parking at or near Oakledge Park. There are a limited number of bike racks in Oakledge Park. If you arrive by bike, be sure to bring a lock. Bike racks will be removed at 3pm. 2-Person Relay Bus: 2-Person relay runners are encouraged to use the relay bus that travels to and from Oakledge Park. The downtown bus stop to get to Oakledge Park is located on St. Paul St. at King St. Buses leave St. Paul/King starting at 8:15am and run continuously until 11:45am. New for 2012, buses departing downtown through 8:55am will drop runners at Oakledge Park. Buses departing after 8:55am drop runners one-half mile from the park. If you are running the second leg of a 2-Person team we encourage you to save yourself the walk by boarding an early bus! Buses returning from Oakledge Park to downtown will transport runners who have completed the first leg for their team. Runners departing Oakledge Park before 10:30am will need to walk to Pine St at Flynn Ave, one-half mile east of Oakledge Park to pick up the bus. Beginning at 10:30am this bus stop will move to the entrance of Oakledge Park. If you’d like to save yourself the one-half mile walk to the Pine St bus stop we encourage you to 10

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» Marathoners may also participate as relay team members. Both the Marathon and appropriate relay team bib must be worn. Marathoners who are participating on a 2-person team must consult the ChronoTrack Tag instructions in your race packet. » Each leg is 13.1 miles. The exchange zone is at the half-way point at Oakledge Park. » Medical service is available in Oakledge and Waterfront Parks. » Aid stations include Vermont Pure Spring Water, port-o-lets, lemon-lime Gatorade and medical services.

Fletcher Allen congratulates all the runners and thanks the volunteers who make this event such a tremendous success! Fletcher Allen Orthopedics & Rehabilitation has the Sports Medicine expertise to keep you on course for a safe and healthy marathon experience.

(802) 847-2663 www.FletcherAllen.org/Sports

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relay Essentials

3-5 Person Teams Before the Race » All runners must be registered on your team roster. To register your team members, visit the link provided in your confirmation email. All team members must be entered online by Thursday, May 10. Any team changes after that time must be completed at packet pick-up at the EXPO. » RunVermont must be informed of relay team changes prior to the start of the race or teams will be disqualified and ineligible for awards or prizes. This will affect your ability to participate in future RunVermont races. » Please designate ONE team member to pick up team packet at the Sport & Fitness EXPO. I.D. required only for individual picking up packet. » Your relay fee includes a made in the USA cotton shirt, ChronoTrack Tag timing and post-race food for all team members. » All team members must complete the Emergency Contact information on the back of the bib. (see p. 7) » Secured Baggage Check: – Battery Park: Open 7:15am-9:15am. Baggage checked at Battery Park will be available for pick-up in Waterfront Park at 9:30am. – Flynn School: Open 9:00am-12:15pm. Intended for fourth leg relay runners only. Baggage checked at the Flynn School will be available for pick up in Waterfront Park at 12:45pm.

Getting to/from your Exchange Zone: » First leg relay runners begin the race at the Start Line on Battery Street. » Second, third and fourth leg relay runners will find their exchange zone within walking distance from the start of the race. (See chart below for specific exchange zone locations)

» A shuttle is available for runners going to and from the final exchange zone at the Flynn School. The shuttle is located north of Battery Park on North Street near North Avenue and runs continuously from 8:30am until 1:00pm. Please do not wait for the last bus. Flynn School is located approx. 3.5 miles from Battery Park. » Buses returning from Flynn School will transport runners who have completed the fourth leg of the race. The bus loading/ unloading area is located on Barley Road northeast of the Flynn School. Volunteers will direct you to Flynn School and back. Busses will ONLY transport returning runners from the Barley Road loading area. Your race bib is your bus pass. Buses WILL NOT stop to pick up runners walking back along North Ave.

Race Time

» The ChronoTrack Tag must be worn by the individual completing the LAST leg of the relay. The team’s start time will correspond with gun time. No Tag, No Time. No Exceptions. » Marathoners may also participate as relay team members. Both the Marathon and appropriate relay team bib must be worn and visible at all times. » Each relay zone is sectioned according to bib number. To make it easier for your team member to find you, wait in your designated area. Other helpful tips: wave a flag, wear a tall hat or something else that makes you stand out. » Relay runners must exchange the wrist band provided at packet pick-up with the next runner in the exchange zone. » Relay zones are for registered runners only. Ask friends and family to stay outside the zone. » Aid stations include Vermont Pure Spring Water, lemon-lime Gatorade, port-o-lets and medical services.

maps of each relay leg are available at www.RunVCM.org relay leg

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First runner

3.1 miles Race Start Pearl St Exchange Zone: Pearl St at North Champlain Street

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5.8 miles Pearl St Exchange Zone, mile 3.1

Third runner

6.4 miles

Park St Exchange Zone, mile 8.9 Battery Park Exchange Zone: Battery park, mile 15.3

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5.4 miles

Battery Park Exchange Zone, mile 15.3

Fifth runner

5.5 miles Flynn School Exchange Zone, mile 20.7

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F lynn School Exchange Zone: Flynn School, North Ave, mile 20.7 Finish Line, Mile 26.2

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Event Schedule

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Friday, May 25, 2012

YAM Scram

Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center, Burlington

4:00-8:00pm Packet pick-up

The 12 Annual MVP Health Care YAM Scram on Saturday, May 26, 2012 in Burlington’s Waterfront Park consists of 1/2-, 1-, and 2-mile runs for children. The event is open to children from 4 to 14 years of age. All participants receive a t-shirt and finisher’s medal. Parents are invited to run with their child in the 1/2-mile run only. th

Saturday, May 26, 2012 Waterfront Park

7:45am-8:30am Packet pick-up and activities 8:30am Warm-Up and 2-mile run 9:15am Warm-Up and 1-mile run

Registration

Register online www.RunVermont.org.

10:00am Warm-Up and 1/2-mile run

No race day registration. This event will sell out. Register early! Family Pricing thru April 1, 2012* 1 child: $20 2 siblings $40 3+ siblings: $50 total

Secure Bike Parking: Biking to the race is convenient, reduces traffic congestion and vehicle emissions. Drop off your bike (or stroller, scooter, etc.) in the secure area at the entrance to Waterfront Park; volunteers will watch your bicycle so you can enjoy YAM Scram. Secure Bicycle Parking opens at 7:30am and closes at 11:30am; all bikes must be picked up by 11:30am. Avoid the fuss: leave your bike with us!

April 2 – May 10, 2012

or when race capacity of 750 is reached:

$20 per child (No sibling discount)

* All children registered by April 1, 2012 will receive one ticket to a June 2012 Vermont Lake Monsters game!

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winning takes dedication MVP Health Care believes all kids have the power to make healthy decisions...and that’s why we created MVP Generation Go. MVP Generation Go includes expert advice from top athletes, a yearlong calendar of fun events and sports clinics near you...and videos and other programs that educate and motivate. MVP Generation Go isn’t just for kids — we have something for every member of the family! We are proud to sponsor the MVP Health Care YAM Scram and are dedicated to helping families get up, out and active...and live well!

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Weekend Calendar Friday, May 25

4:00pm–8:00pm MVP Health Care YAM Scram and Marathon Packet Pick-Up at the Sport & Fitness EXPO, Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center

7:00pm

Hall of Fame and Key Achievement Award Reception. Check for location at the Sport & Fitness EXPO.

Saturday, May 26 9:00am–7:00pm

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Course Records Marathon Awards Awards given to top three men & women in age categories 16–24, 25–29, 30–34, 35–39, 40–44, 45–49, 50–54, 55–59, 60–64, 65–69, 70–74, 75-79, and 80+.

Relay Awards (2-person and 3-5 person relays) Awards given to the first place male, female, and mixed relay teams in each relay division.

Relay Divisions

Race Packet Pick-Up, Sport and Fitness EXPO, Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center

All teams entered into one of the following open divisions:

7:45am–8:30am

» Women’s Open (all female, any age, youth to senior)

MVP Health Care YAM Scram Packet Pick-up, Waterfront Park

8:30am

» Men’s Open (all male, any age, youth to senior) » Mixed Open (male and female, any age, youth to senior) » Junior Open (boys, girls, mixed, all runners must be 17 & under – 3-5 person relay only)

MVP Health Care YAM Scram Start, Waterfront Park

» Master’s Open (male, female, mixed, all runners must be age 40+)

Pasta Dinner

» Grand Mountaineer (male, female, mixed, all runners must be age 55+)

Join us for a delicious meal and inspirational presentation! Details, including time, location and speaker available April 1 at www.runvcm.org/pasta.

Sunday, May 27 5:30am-7:00am

Race Packet Pick-Up, One Main Street, Suite 304

7:15am-7:30am

Interfaith Service, St. Paul’s Cathedral

8:00am

Wheelchair Race Starts, Battery Park

8:03am

Marathon and Relay Start, Battery Park

9:30am

First Wheelchair Racers at Finish, Waterfront Park

10:15am

First Runners at Finish, Waterfront Park

10:00am – 3:00pm

Finishers & Festivities, Waterfront Park

Monday May 28 11:00am-12:00pm

Complimentary Post-Race Yoga Laughing River Yoga, Chase Mill, Burlington VT Taught by Julia Howe Brought to you by the lululemon athletica Burlington Showroom

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» Friday, May 25, 4–8pm » Saturday, May 26, 9am–7pm

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The 2012 Sport & Fitness EXPO will host more than 70 local and national exhibitors featuring the latest in sportswear, gear, local foods, energy products, services, YAM Scram, marathon, and relay packet pick-up, t-shirt pick-up, and more. This spectacular event is free and open to the public! For more detailed information on exhibitors, links to websites, and seminars, visit www.RunVCM.org/EXPO.

Here’s what you’ll find Upstairs in the emerald ballroom:

Here’s what you’ll find Downstairs in the EXPOsition Hall:

MVP Health Care YAM Scram race packet pick-up (Friday only)

Runner t-shirt pick-up

KeyBank Vermont City Marathon & Relay race packet pick-up

Seminars (Amphitheater)

Official KeyBank Vermont City Marathon & Relay Merchandise Exhibitors and vendors Miles for a Mission partners KeyBank picture booth

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sport & fitness expo

2012 Seminars Friday, May 25 4:30 – 5:20pm, THE MENTAL EDGE Sheraton Amphitheater You've put in all the miles of training, the taper is almost over, race day is upon us! Learn last minute tips and mental tricks to help you reach your potential on race day. This particular seminar covers topics ranging from goal setting, to visualization techniques, to Brain Training. Coach and elite athlete, Kasie Enman, shares insights from her own racing experiences including two Olympics Trials Marathons and the World Mountain Running Championship. 7:00pm, hall of fame induction ceremony G's Restaurant, Sheraton

Saturday, May 26 10:00 – 10:50am, YOGA Diamond Ballroom 50 minutes of gentle yoga designed to relax tight muscles and quiet your mind. Sponsored by Hedi Mizouni of The Sport & Fitness Edge. 10:00 – 10:50am HIGH INTENSITY TRAINING: WHAT IS IT AND CAN IT BENEFIT THE ENDURANCE ATHLETE? Sheraton Amphitheater In 2011 we saw the world and several course records shattered in the marathon. The two hour barrier seems breakable now more than ever. Are the new trends in marathon training and are programs such as Crossfit and P90X beneficial for the endurance athlete? Presented by Ray Webster, DPT, of On Track Physical Therapy.

11:00am – 12:30pm KBVCM COURSE REVIEW

Sheraton Amphitheater Course preview: presented by long-time experts Jess Cover and Rick Blount.

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12:30 – 1:20pm NUTRITION FOR WOMEN’S HEALTH Sheraton Amphitheater While good nutrition is important for all runners, women have some special nutrition concerns. There are winning nutrition combinations that can help reduce risks of stress fractures, amenorrhea, and fatigue to improve running performance and prevent injury. Join Kimberly Evans and Leslie Langevin, registered dietitians and veteran runners, for an interesting and informative discussion on how to successfully fuel as female runners. Kim and Leslie present current evidence based nutrition topics in a fun, engaging, and delicious way (meaning samples of winning foods will be served)!

1:30 – 3:00pm KBVCM COURSE REVIEW Sheraton Amphitheater Course preview: presented by long-time experts Jess Cover and Rick Blount. 3:00 – 3:50pm COMPETITIVE RUNNING FORM Sheraton Amphitheater Slow video analysis of today's professional long distance runners. Today's top runners come in many different shapes and sizes. In addition, their running patterns vary dramatically. Fortunately, they do not narrow their training to one particular style of running. So why should we? We will review today's professional long distance runners, male and female, (Ryan Hall, Meb K, Haile Gebrselassie, Radcliff, Goucher, etc.) and emphasize how and why different running forms can all be extremely successful. Presented by Andy Bowen of Green Mountain Physical Therapy and Running Medicine Store.

4:00 – 4:50pm FROM BEN & JERRY'S TO WORLD RECORD: THE REWARDS OF A 50 STATE MARATHON QUEST

Sheraton Amphitheater Back by popular demand! In 2008, Laura Skladzinski attempted her first marathon by "running for ice cream" here at the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon. Last year, she broke the world record as the youngest woman to run a marathon in all 50 states. Hear her inspirational and hilarious stories of running across the country, and get tips and motivation for your own race. www.50by25.com. KeyBank Vermont City Marathon & Relay 5 / 27 / 12

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2012 Miles for a Mission Charity Partners:

RunVermont’s Miles for a Mission program was created in 2009 to assist local non-profit organizations with fundraising activities through the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon and Relay. This program was designed to strengthen ties between the running community and Vermont non-profits. In 2011, the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon Miles for a Mission partners raised more than $258,000 via their runners! More than 75% of this money was pledged for use in Vermont.

American Cancer Society – New England Division Committee on Temporary Shelter (COTS) Fletcher Allen Healthcare Make-a-Wish Foundation of Vermont March of Dimes – Runners for Babies VT Outright Vermont Ronald McDonald House of Burlington Special Olympics – Vermont Stowe Weekend of Hope The Hole in the Wall Gang The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society – Upstate NY/VT Chapter University of Vermont College of Medicine Never Give Up Ever Wendy J. Pierson Foundation for Brain Cancer Research Women Helping Battered Women

Run for Good: Join our fundraising partners! Visit www.crowdrise.com/VermontCityMarathon2012 to learn more, including how to become a 2012 Miles for a Mission fundraising partner.

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Hall of Fame Hall of Fame Members: Denise Alosa Newton Baker Sue Buckingham Jacques Caplette Pierre Caplette Pascal Cheng John Ewing Francis Gabel Lynne Hans Nancy Heydinger Larry Kimball Don Lacharite Betty Lacharite Scott LaMothe Jim Leary Jan Leja Gordon MacFarland Darrin MacKenzie Bob O’Brien Jim Paulsen Russell Petelle Lisa Quinlan Mike Richard Rosemary Rusin Randy Sargent Andréa Sisino Victor Tirrito

The RunVermont Hall of Fame was formed to recognize those individuals who had participated in every running of the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon since its inception. When this event reached its 20th Anniversary in 2008, the RunVermont Board of Directors elected to broaden the recognition offered by the Hall of Fame and opened consideration to people whose efforts, consistent with the mission of RunVermont, have supported running in Vermont.

2012 Inductee: sam davis There are few arenas in the local running community that Sam Davis hasn’t touched. Sam currently volunteers at many athletic events including Ready, Set, Run! and YAM Scram. Sam serves on the newly formed Youth Committee and the YAM Scram Race Committee. As a USA Track & Field certified coach, Sam provides consultation for runners of all ages and abilities, including sam davis his Marathon 201 and Half Marathon class participants. His quiet enthusiasm is motivating to kids and adults alike. Sam’s excitement about running is contagious, his energy abundant. One of Sam’s Marathon 201 students writes, “Training for a long race can be a chore, no doubt, but Sam’s stories, good nature and advice always made me see the upside, even on my worst days. I often hear that running is a “community,” and Sam epitomizes that for me. From first class to last, regardless of our skill levels, he made everyone feel like they were part of something special, and by example made each of us WANT To be part of it.” Sam’s dedication to running and especially to his students and our community’s youth is remarkable and inspiring.

Key Achievement Award The KeyAchievement award honors a volunteer whose dedication, enthusiasm, and overall contribution help make the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon the exceptional experience it is for our runners, our spectators and our community. This year we are proud award long time KBVCM Race Committee members Tim O’Reilly and Roy Ferland with this award. These two gentlemen are representatives of the many unheard and unseen volunteers that toil in the background. Tim’s smile and enthusiasm go into every runner’s race bag. Tim has introduced his entire family, many of his friends and more than a few co-workers to the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon and to the sport of running in general. Roy Ferland has served as our Quartermaster since 1996. Roy and his very capable team are the folks who go to work while the rest of us go to bed to prepare for the race. Roy moves the RunVermont offices to the Expo, then from the Expo to Waterfront Park. At 1am on race day they really go to work, dropping supplies for 21 aid stations spread around the course. And after a brief catnap, Roy and his team follow the tail of the race and pick up all the remaining materials. If you’re lucky enough to meet either of these men, please express your thanks as the event would not happen without them. KeyBank Vermont City Marathon & Relay 5 / 27 / 12

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Lodging Guide Host hotel

Sheraton Burlington Hotel & Conference Center

870 Williston Road, Burlington, VT 05403, 2 miles from start 802-865-6600, 800-325-3535, $174.00 single/double, $194.00 club level, + tax, 2 night minimum. Link to the special Sheraton marathon rate in the Area Guide at www.RunVCM.org.

BestWestern Windjammer Inn 1076 Williston Road, South Burlington, VT 05403 802-863-1125, 800-371-1125 $134.99, 2 night min. stay, book by 4/30/12 , 3 miles to the start www.bestwestern.com Champlain College Conference & Event Center 163 South Willard Street, Burlington, VT 05401 866-872-3603 Starting at $81.00, 2 night min. stay, includes pasta dinner, walk to the start www.champlain.edu/conference-and-event-center

Comfort Inn & Suites 5 Dorset Street South Burlington, VT 05403 802-863-5541, 800-808-4656 $140.00, 2 night min. stay, book by 4/24/12, 1.5 miles to start www.comfortinnburlington.com Comfort Suites 1712 Shelburne Road South Burlington, VT 05403 802-860-1112, 866-762-7870 $149.95, NO min. stay, book by 4/24/12, 4 miles to start www.comfortsuitesburlingtonvt.com Courtyard By Marriott Burlington Harbor 25 Cherry Street, Burlington, VT 05401 802-864-4700, 888-228-9290 $209.00, 3 night min. stay, book by 4/25/12, 1 block to the start www.marriott.com/btvdt Doubletree Hotel 1117 Williston Road, South Burlington, VT 05403 802-658-0250 $150.00 standard room, $200.00 suite, 2 night min. stay, 72-hour cancellation, book by 4/25/12, 3 miles to the start www.burlington.doubletree.com

Green Mountain Suites

Quality Inn

401 Dorset Street, South Burlington, VT 05403 802-860-1212, 866-337-1616 $179.00, 2 night min. stay, book by 4/25/12, 4 miles to the start www.greenmountainsuites.com Hampton Inn & Event Ctr 42 Lower Mountain View Drive, Colchester, VT 05446 802-655-6177 $159.00, 2 night min. stay, book by 4/28/12, 4 miles to the start www.burlington.hamptoninn.com Hilton Burlington 60 Battery Street, Burlington, VT 05401 802-658-6500, 800-HILTONS $195.00, 2 night min. stay, 1 block to start www.burlington.hilton.com Holiday Inn – Burlington 1068 Williston Road, South Burlington, VT 05403 802-863-6363, 800-799-6363 $149.95, 2 night min., book by 4/24/11, 1.5 miles to start www.hiburlingtonvt.com Holiday Inn Express 1720 Shelburne Road, South Burlington, VT 05403 802-860-6000, 800-874-1554 $139.95, 2 night min. stay, book by 4/24/11, 4 miles to start www.hiexpress.com/sburlingtonvt North Beach Campground 60 Institute Road, Burlington, VT 05401 (800) 571-1198 2 night min., 1 mile to start, campground on race course www.enjoyburlington.com Quality Inn Colchester

84 South Park Drive, Colchester, VT 05446 802-655-1400 $149.00 single, NO min. stay, 8 miles to the start www.qualityinn.com/hotel/vt057

2572 Shelburne Road, Shelburne, VT 05482 802-985-8037 $129.00, NO min. stay, 10 minutes to start www.qualityinn.com/hotel/vt064  esidence Inn by Marriott R Burlington/Colchester 71 Rathe Road Colchester VT 05446 802-655-3100, 800-331-3131 $180 room rate, 2 night minimum Book by 4/25/12 www.marriott.com/btvco Smart Suites 1700 Shelburne Road, South Burlington, VT 05403 802-860-9900, 877-862-6800 $129.95–$149.95 studio suites efficiency, NO min. stay, book by 4/24/12, 4 miles to start www.smartsuitesburlington.com TownPlace Suites Marriott

66 Zephyr Road, Williston, VT 05495 802-872-5900, 800-257-3000 $139.00, 3 night min. stay, book by 4/25/12, 6 miles to the start www.marriott.com/btvts University Inn 5 Dorset Street, South Burlington, VT 05403 802-264-4114, 800-808-4656 $100.00 standard, NO min. stay, book by 4/24/12, 1.5miles to start www.universityinnvt.com Indicates hotel shuttle service to start and finish areas. The shuttle schedule is available online at www.RunVCM.org. The shuttle will drop runners at the start between 6:30am and 7:40am. Shuttles will be available for return to the hotels from Lake Street at Waterfront Park from 12:30pm–3:15pm.

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Restaurant Guide American Flatbread 115 St. Paul Street, Burlington, (802) 861-2999 Organic, wood-fired pizza www.americanflatbread.com a single pebble 133 Bank Street, Burlington, (802) 865-5200 Chinese www.asinglepebble.com Big daddy’s 177 Church Street, Burlington, (802) 863-0000 www.bigdaddysdelivers.com Burlington Bay Market & Café 125 Battery Street, Burlington, (802) 864-0110 Deli, sandwiches, salad, soup www.burlingtonbaycafe.com church & main 156 B Church Street, Burlington, (802) 540-3040 American www.churchandmainvt.com Farmhouse Tap & Grill 160 Bank Street, Burlington, (802) 859-0888 www.farmhousetg.com

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Garden of Eatin' Café 472 Marshall Ave, Williston, (802) 878-1042 Lunch • open until 4pm daily Halvorson’s 116 Church Street, Burlington, (802) 658-0278 American Junior’s Italian 85 S. Park Street, Colchester/ 176 Main Street, Burlington (802) 655-5555/(802)862-1234 Italian www.juniorsvt.com Kountry Kart Deli 115 Main Street, Burlington (802) 864-4408 Subs, sandwiches, salads leonardo’s 1160 Williston Road, South Burlington (802) 951-9000 & 83 Pearl Street, Burlington (802) 862-7700 www.leonardosonline.com Magnolia Bistro One Lawson Lane Burlington (802) 846-7446 Breakfast & lunch with a twist www.magnoliabistro.com

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Papa Franks 13 West Canal St. Winooski 802-655-2423 Italian www.papa-franks.com Shanty on the Shore 181 Battery Street, Burlington, (802) 864-0238 Seafood, steak, pasta www.shantyontheshore.com Trattoria Delia 152 St. Paul Street, Burlington, (802) 864-5253 Authentic Italian www.trattoriadelia.com

Three Tomatoes 83 Church Street, Burlington, (802) 660-9533 and Maple Tree Place, Williston, (802) 857-2200 Authentic Italian www.threetomatoestrattoria.com Windjammer Restaurant 1076 Williston Road, South Burlington, (802) 862-6585 Steak, seafood, salad bar www.windjammerrestaurant.com


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2012

Race Committee Mark Adams Cheryl Aley Ray Aley Karen Allen Denise Alosa Sharon Bay Eric Barendse Bonnie Beck Lesli Blount Rick Blount Karen Bolen John Bossange Nancy Bove Melani Broe Luis Calderin Tag Carpenter David Clark Lyman Clark Lea Coggio Aaron Collette

(as of March 1, 2012)

Melody Daigle Sam Davis Cindy Delaney Jim Desmond Jed Dousevicz John Duncan Suzanne Elliott Carolynne Erwin Michelle Everleth Roy Ferland Anna Fitzgibbons Will Flender Jon Floyd Mike Frisbie Sylvie Frisbie Judy Gilbert Kurt Hawkins Steve Hayes Kevin Hebert Eric Hunter

Lucas Jenson Lee Kauppila Seth Lasker Greg MacGowen Ian MacLeod Nathan Mascolino Rachael Mascolino Erika Nestor Chad Nichols Tim O’Reilly Charlie Papillo Tom Pasley Jody Podell Jeff Porter Mike Richard Timothy Riley David Roberts Cathy Rodgers Renee Ross

Randy Sargent Ken Schatz Gray Scott Ila Sewall Cindy Sherwood Angie Shorey Heidi Smith Michael Smith Patrick Standen Mitch Stern Missy Stuart Jess Taylor Sue Turcotte Nicole Voth Bryan Wemple Jim Wigg Kimberly Wilson Zeke Zucker

Thank you to our volunteer sponsors:

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The most well known face of RunVermont is the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon, an event we are very proud to bring to you every year. Fortunately, the success and growth of our premier event has led to the development of other services for the running community. You can join us to run for fun, learn more about endurance running and marathons, participate in low key races like the Half Marathon Unplugged or enlist our services to support your own local race. We will also engage your children in our Youth programs, so they can discover the joys of our sport at an early age. If you would like to learn more about our RunVermont programs, read on or visit www.RunVermont.org.

KeyBank Vermont City Marathon (KBVCM) 2012 makes this the 24th annual marathon and marathon relay event. Voted one of the top 20 best marathon events in the United States. 8,000 runner limit.

Sport & Fitness EXPO A two-day Expo featuring more than 70 vendors offering goods and services guaranteed to help you in your active lifestyle. Don’t miss the course previews, free yoga, and educational seminars

Marathon 101, 201 & Half Marathon Classes

RunVermont Staff Jen Savas, Registration Director; Peter Delaney, Executive Director; Leandre Waldo-Johnson, Communications Director; Lisa Brighenti, Operations Director; Joy Dubin Grossman, Youth Director; Kate Youlen, Graphic Designer; Joe Connelly, Technical Coordinator Not pictured: Cheryl Aley, EXPO Director; Jon Floyd, Course Director; Zeke Zucker & Lyman Clark, Invited Athletes

RunVermont Board of Directors Jed Dousevicz, Chair; Nicole Ravlin, Vice Chair; Scot Kline, Treasurer; Tom Torti, Secretary Ray Aley, Karen Allen, Lesli Blount, Joe Carton, Kevin Dwyer, Diane Mauro-Gildea, Mike Richard, Randy Sargent, Missy Stuart

Take part in our educational courses featuring tips on training schedules, nutrition, proper shoe analysis, mental toughness, and much more. Programs start in January and run through May.

FirstRun Burlington Start your year off on the right foot. Join us for the 25th Annual Burlington First Run, January 1, 2013.

Half Marathon Unplugged The 6th Annual RunVermont Half Marathon Unplugged event takes place April 14, 2012. Offering limited services, but unlimited fun, the 13.1 mile run is all about going the distance.

Youth Running Programs Youth ages 4-12 join Ready, Set, Run! to develop healthy activity and nutrition habits. Join the fun as 750 kids participate at the MVP Health Care YAM Scram, our largest youth running event, held annually in conjunction with the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon. Junior Youth Relay is a 10-week training program that enables area youth to participate in the relay component of the KBVCM. JYR participants work on everything related to running – how to dress for weather, proper nutrition, teamwork, setting goals, and of course, having fun.

Consulting, Timing and Race Services RunVermont provides race services such as timing, registration, and event coordination for your next event.

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Information for participants in the 24th Annual KeyBank Vermont City Marathon & Relay on May 27, 2012 in Burlington, Vermont.

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