October 19 2017
Approximately 1,400 Twin Cities Marathon participants clocked negative splits between miles 21 and 22 to earn free Brooks Levitates.
Though it takes months of training to get to race day, the event usually flies by in a flash. Don’t let memories fall by the wayside – make sure you capture the moments you’ll want to remember. Check out these tips for the 10 Must-Have Race Day Photos. . .
-Pre-race prep. Sometimes it’s the little moments before the big ones that mean the most. Ask someone to take a photo of you at the Expo or packet pickup. Snap a photo of your pre-race meal with family or friends, and pictures as you’re warming up, stretching or putting on your tracking chip and bib.