Dalton Half Marathon

Dalton Half Marathon
  • Dalton Half Marathon-Sunday-Color.jpg Cornwell makes sure course 'legit'

    Before moving from Dalton to Newberry. S.C more than a year ago,  Woody Cornwell might have been the most dedicated member in Carpet Capital Running Club history.
    Even the distance has not changed his dedication toward CCRC and its events.

    July 14, 2010 1 Photo

  • Doug Hawley: Lace 'em up and let's go running

    You’ve probably heard the athletic adage, “He (or she) can do anything he (or she) wants to do.” This pertains to that natural male or female athlete. My personal feeling is the addition of two key words are necessary to the saying: “WITHIN REASON.”

    July 14, 2010

  • Doug Hawley: Half marathon, football can work

    Not even the hectic middle of the football season figures to hinder the excitement anticipated Oct. 16 for the first Dalton Half Marathon foot race.

    July 14, 2010

  • marathon test run-Sunday B&W.jpg Runners test Dalton half marathon route

    About 30 runners tried out the route for the Dalton Half Marathon Saturday, and race director David Sanders said they liked what they saw.

    May 29, 2010 2 Photos

  • Half marathon route to be unveiled on Saturday

    Plans for the inaugural Dalton Half Marathon are well under way, organizers say. The race committee headed by David Sanders will unveil the race route on Saturday at 10 a.m.

    May 26, 2010

  • Dalton to host half marathon in October

    Dalton’s running community has long taken pride in the quality of its area races, but the focus will shift nationally on Oct. 16 to the first Dalton Half Marathon as part of the United States Half Marathon Series.
    Dalton is one of 16 sites in the 2010 national series sponsored by the United States Runners Association, with venues ranging as far west as Stockton, Calif., and north to Worcester, Mass.
    During the official announcement of the event on Thursday morning at the Freight Depot, it was disclosed that Dalton’s Patty Scoggins, 53,  is the first entrant for the 13.1-mile race.

    March 25, 2010