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Towpath Ten-Ten Sponsors

The Towpath Trilogy
Race Series




Thank You for a
Great Towpath Ten-Ten great

Thanks to the runners, sponsors and volunteers that made the 2016 Towpath Ten-Ten a great event!
Ten-Ten Photos are
Now Availablephotos

Photos from the Towpath Ten-Ten are now available for sale from Capstone Photography.

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Thanks to our Ten-Ten SponsorsBaker 

The 2016 Towpath Ten-Ten was presented by Michael Baker International, an engineering and planning firm that is working on Stage 3 and Stage 4 of the Towpath Trail Extension Project.

"Through our experience working on the Towpath Trail Extension Project, we know how much the Towpath means to people," said Amilyn Cedergreen, marketing manager for Michael Baker International.

"Our work is guided by the belief that "We Make a Difference" for the clients and communities we serve. We are proud of our affiliation with the Towpath Trail project and support the great work of Canalway Partners."

The Towpath Ten-Ten benefitted from a host of supporting organizations that provided sponsorship dollars and in-kind donations. Their support helps Canalway Partners in their work to develop the Ohio & Erie Canalway and its Towpath Trail in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County.

Ten-Ten Results are Liveresults

Towpath Ten-Ten, Race Results
2016 10K:  Overall  /  Age Group Father's Day
2016 10 Mile:  Overall  /  Age Group Father's Day

Share Your Favorite Running Routes with the RNCRNC

Canalway Partners has been asked to engage Towpath Trilogy runners to help find interesting and enjoyable running routes for Republican National Convention guests and delegates. We are also recruiting local runners to lead 4-8 mile daily runs at noon from July 18 to 22, 2016.

The Towpath Marathon
is October 9thmarathon

The Towpath Marathon, the conclusion of the 2016 Towpath Trilogy Race Series, is Sunday October 9th. The event features three race lengths, half-marathon, marathon and 10k.

From Runner's World:

"Savor autumn in all its saturated hues at one of the most beautiful marathons on the fall racing calendar, which also happens to showcase one of the Midwest's few national parks. Named for the Native American word for "crooked river," the 33,000-acre Cuyahoga Valley National Park provides the brilliant backdrop for this trio of races, which started with a relay in 1992. The flat, fast events-including a marathon that's popular as a Boston qualifier-feature a winding, scenic out-and-back on the park's 85-mile Towpath Trail. The crushed limestone path meanders along the Cuyahoga River, complete with wooden bridges and resident wildlife like otters, herons, and even bald eagles. At the finish line, live music and $4 pints from a local brewery keep the fun rolling."

How Can I Help?  Help
  The most efficient way to help Canalway Partners develop the Towpath Trail is to become a member

See you on the trail,

Ken Schneider