Muskegon YMCA’s LIVESTRONG at the Y Program

By participating in the Mercy Health Seaway Run you are helping cancer survivors truly heal by supporting the Muskegon YMCA’s LIVESTRONG at the Y program. Did you know that there are over 8,000 cancer survivors in Muskegon County and 700 more diagnosed...

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HOW TO BALANCE RUNNING AND LIFE

For most of us, it is almost too easy to justify missing a run due to work, family, or unexpected obligations. It always feels like the easy way out, but often leaves us feeling guilty, lethargic, and maybe even antsy from the excess energy that we have for the day....

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The Essential and Helpful Running Gear for Beginners

If you're new to running, you may be a bit overwhelmed by all the gear and language that gets thrown around by the more experienced runners. Do you you really need everything that they talk about, or is it OK to start out with a few basics? This blog will hopefully...

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What is 1 in 21?

Greetings Seaway Run fans! Are you as excited as I am to take to the streets for beautiful Seaway Run? In addition to making sure you have a world class race experience, did you know that your race entrance fees help support two local nonprofit partners in Muskegon County? One in 21 Healthy Muskegon County is working to make Muskegon a healthier place to live, work and play – and we’d like to have you along on our journey.

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Spring Training Calendar

Happy spring everyone! Just a few things this week as we start to move forward with training this spring and some training tips. Spring Break: When you go on vacation, it's easy to forget about your training. Find time in the day to MAKE it happen. Be smart about your...

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Welcome to the 2018 Race Season!

Hey folks,  Andrew here - Race Director for the Mercy Health Seaway Run! We are excited to be kicking off the 2018 racing season with a new logo. Thanks to our local marketing agency team at RCP Marketing. They worked tirelessly to make our vision come true and we...

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We have a new Race Director for 2017!

Andrew Buikema will be replacing Joe Doyle, who has resigned after helping to grow the event over the past four years. “We will miss Joe, who has played a key role in the rapid and successful growth of this historical community event, but are excited to have Andrew...

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