Packet pick-up: 10:00AM – 4:00PM May 19 @ Fleet Feet
Marathon Start: Walkers 5:00 AM
Runners 7:00 AM
Half Marathon Start: 8:00 AM
Before Race shuttles: Marathon Runners only: 5:00 AM – 6:00 AM
Half Marathon: 6:00 AM – 7:00 AM
Saturday, May 19, 2018 from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Fleet Feet Kendall Yards
A friend may pick-up you packet for you. There will be a limited bib number pick-up on race morning for those that forgot packet pick-up, but no race packets will be distributed. Bib numbers will be distributed at the start line for those that missed packet pick-up. We will not delay the start in order for you to pick-up your packet.
Shuttle bus pick-ups will occur at the Spokane Convention Center Breezeway near the INB performing arts center with departures at the below indicated times:
Marathon Runners only: 5:00 AM – 6:00 AM
Half Marathon: 6:00 AM – 7:00 AM
NO Marathon walker buses will depart before the race. Walkers will only have a shuttle after the race back to the start from the finish.
There is limited parking at the starting area of the full marathon. There is ample parking at the parking lot in Mirabeau Park near the start of the Half marathon. You are strongly encouraged to take the free bus transportation to the start lines.
Shuttle buses will also run from the Spokane Convention Center Breezeway back to the half marathon and marathon starts as needed. The last shuttle bus will depart at 2:30 PM.
We have morning gear bag transport if you choose to use the service. Gear bags will be available at both packet pick-up and morning of the race at the start lines. Your bib number will be marked on your gear bag. All gear bags will be transported to the finish line area from the start lines immediately after the race starts. Please do not leave items of significant value in your gear bags. All gear bags must be claimed by 2:30 PM on race day.
Timing and results will be produced by Nomadz Racing (nomadzracing.com). Timing chips will be fixated on the back of your bib number and will read when you cross the finish line.
The rules below must be followed at all time or it may result in a disqualification.
There will be awards given for top 3 in each age group category and top 3 overall in the Full and Half Marathon. The awards ceremony will take place near the finish line as soon as all age groups have been filled with the top 3 runners.
Nearest Airport: Spokane International Airport (GEG) located 15 minutes from downtown Spokane.
The below hotels that are less than a 5 minute walk from shuttle buses leaving to start lines
Double Tree Hotel
322 N Spokane Falls Ct.
Spokane, WA, 99201
The Grand Hotel
333 W Spokane Falls Blvd
Spokane, WA, 99201
Yes! Wheelchairs are allowed on the course. However, in the interest of safety, handcycles and handcranks will not be permitted.
Registration fees are NON-REFUNDABLE, NON-TRANSFERABLE and NON-DEFERRABLE.
Yes. You or a friend can pick-up your race packet between the hours of 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Yes, you may.
No, we do not have an official Windermere Marathon pasta dinner. With all the great restaurants in Spokane and Liberty Lake, we want to give you a chance to experience our city.
The closest airport is the Spokane International Airport, located approximately 15 minutes from downtown Spokane.
There will be NO registration, NO packet pick up and NO race shirt pick up on Race Day. Only race bib numbers and chips, not claimed at the Expo, will be distributed race day morning.
Bus shuttle services from the finish line will be provided as needed back to the start lines.
Marathon starts at 7:00 A.M. Half Marathon starts at 8:00 A.M.
Water Station are located approximately every 2 miles with 13 total stations on the marathon course and 7 on the half marathon. All aid stations will contain water, GU hydration, GU chews, and GU gels.
Full medical tents will be located at Mirabeau and at the Finish Line staffed by Providence medical staff. We will also have a bike patrol along the centennial trail checking on runners in the areas without vehicle access.
There are American On-Site port-a-potties at the Full and Half Starts, the Finish and at the 14 aid stations on the course or a total of 17 locations.
The Centennial Trail is an open, public recreational asset and, by its charter, cannot be closed for an event. We will have bicycle patrols throughout the course and Course Marshals at all access points to alert other trail users of the race in progress. For your safety, however, it is important to be aware that there may be other users of the trails on bicycles, on roller blades, walking or running.
The best spectator areas are at the access points to trailheads at Harvard Road, Barker Road, Sullivan Road, Mirabeau Park and on Upriver Drive east of Mission Avenue.
There is a possibility of a train moving through at Mission and Perry (23.8 miles into the marathon, 10.7 miles into the half). We will have a Course Marshal stationed at that location to record any time delay. If you are held up by a train, please be sure that your race bib is visible to that course marshal who will relay it to the timer.
Yes! We encourage walkers on both the Half and Full Marathon courses. You have ample time to finish either event with the courses staying open for 7.5 hours. The courses are ideally suited for recreational runners, joggers and walkers.
The full and half marathon courses will be officially open for 7.5 hours from 7:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. The finish line closes at 2:30 p.m.
We discourage the use of headphones or other music devices because they may impede your awareness of surrounding dangers and the full ability to hear instructions and warnings from race officials and volunteers.
Sorry. We’d love to allow it, but the trail is only 12 feet wide and narrower in some places.
Sorry. No dogs will be allowed.
The Windermere Full and Half will be chip timed with results posted timely at the finish area.