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Stinson Beach, California

: westmarin ci_21585406 tsunami-zone-warning-signs-headed-marin-coast title 'Tsunami zone' warning signs headed for Marin coast Annual events On the second Sunday of June, the town serves as the ending point for the annual running of the Dipsea Race, the second-oldest foot race in the U.S. The California Road Club holds its Mount Tamalpais Hill Climb, one of the oldest bicycle races in the West, in early fall. Since 2002, the race has been held on the third Saturday of the month, with about 400 bicyclists competing in the The '''Dipsea Race''' is the oldest cross-country trail running event—and one of the oldest foot races (Running) of any kind—in the United States. The 7.5 mile (12 km) long Dipsea Race has been held annually almost every year since 1905, starting in Mill Valley (Mill Valley, California), and finishing at Stinson Beach (Stinson Beach, California), in Marin County (Marin County, California), California. The Dipsea celebrated its 101st running on June 12, 2011. Since 1983, the race has been held on the second Sunday in June. The ''Light'' covers regional issues in and near West Marin, including the communities of Point Reyes Station (Point Reyes Station, California), Inverness (Inverness, California), Olema (Olema, California), Bolinas (Bolinas, California), Inverness Park (Inverness Park, California), Nicasio (Nicasio, California), Stinson Beach (Stinson Beach, California), the San Geronimo Valley, Tomales (Tomales, California), and the nearby Point Reyes National Seashore, as well as Fairfax (Fairfax, California) and Bodega Bay. Other media outlets serving this region include the community FM radio station KWMR and the ''West Marin Citizen'', a competing weekly newspaper, both located within a block of the ''Light'''s editorial offices in Point Reyes Station. The ''Dipsea'' The ''Dipsea Race'', first run in 1905 over the 7.4 mile Dipsea Trail from Mill Valley (Mill Valley, California) to Stinson Beach (Stinson Beach, California), is the oldest cross country race in the United States. The race takes place on the second Sunday in June every year. The venue is considered by many to be the most beautiful cross-country course in the world, with stairs and steep trails that also make it both grueling and treacherous. Its unique handicapping system has produced both men and women winners of all ages. It is a very popular event, attracting runners from around the globe, but because of safety and environmental concerns, the field is limited to 1,500. Tamalpa club members routinely dominate the event, often taking home a majority of the coveted black t-shirts awarded to the top 35 finishers. 2011 ended a 34-year reign of the Dipsea's Team Trophy (given to the team with the most black shirts) to the Pelican Inn Runners. Original Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon The first Escape from Alcatraz was proposed by Joe Oakes after he participated in the 1979 Ironman Triathlon in Hawaii. The first Escape from Alcatraz race was held two years later in June 1981, with members of the Dolphin Club testing the course. The course started with a swim from Alcatraz Island in the middle of San Francisco Bay to the city of San Francisco, a bike ride over the Golden Gate Bridge to Mill Valley (Mill Valley, California) in Marin County, and an out-and-back running course over Mount Tamalpais to Stinson Beach (Stinson Beach, California) and back. The running course followed the course of the Dipsea foot race, but by making it an out-and-back run rather than a one-way course, became known as a ''Double Dipsea''.


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through 1990s Filene’s continued expanding beyond New England with the country growing and adapting to new shopping malls. However, Filene’s was kept at arms' length by rival Jordan Marsh, who subsided across Downtown Crossing in Boston and was also making the transition to shopping malls. In 1947, Filene’s Basement started its annual bridal gown sale (Running of the Brides). Lines extending around the store made it famous. In 1988, after the leveraged buyout of Federated

United States

; ref Along with the Boston Marathon and Chicago Marathon, it is among the pre-eminent long-distance annual running events in the United States and is one of the World Marathon Majors. 2005 In the closest finish in New York City Marathon history, Paul Tergat of Kenya barely outsprinted Hendrick Ramaala of South Africa in the final meters of the race for a time of 2:09:30, beating Ramaala by one second. In the women's race, Jeļena Prokopčuka of Latvia

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