Sorry Bout That Half Marathon and Team Relay

Sat January 8, 2022 Polson, MT 59860 US Directions
"I Run to Feel Normal"
309 Ridgewater Dr
Polson, MT US 59860

Welcome Back Runners!!

The Sorry 'Bout That 1/2 Marathon and Team Relay is back for 2022. We are happy to be hosting a live event once again for the first time in awhile. We promise that the SBT 1/2 will be the longest and hopefully the coldest half marathon you'll ever run. 

The course will be clockwise this year, meaning an uphill start and uphill finish, with the large downhill in the middle miles. Two aide stations and one portajohn will be on the course. Clockwise means it goes the direction of an old clock with hands. All turns on the course  are to the right except for one. 

Free T shirt and Free Finisher Medals with entry and finish. If you enter the race and don't run, we will not be sending you a Tshirt or a medal. 

Wear a costume get a :30 second head start. 

Packet Pickup is same day only. 


9:30-Registration/Packet Pickup Begins 
11:00-Race Begins



Start and Finish at the Mission Valley Aquatic Center on Ridgwater Drive Polson, MT. Its a large clockwise loop. Start on Ridgewater, turn right onto bikebath heading south. Turn right onto Reservoir Rd heading west. Turn right onto Back Road heading North, this turns into Kerr Dam Rd. Continue following Kerr Dam Rd to the Polson Dog Park. Road turns to the right and becomes 7th Ave W (you will be facing East). Continue heading East toward the mountains. Turn left onto bikepath. This left turn is the only left turn on the course. This left turn is just before a hill. Don't go up the hill, take a left on the bike path. Follow bike path all the way back to Ridgewater. Turn Right on Ridgwater and run back to the Mission Valley Aquatic Center. '


NO Parking in the Mission Valley Aquatic Center. All parking for the race will be at the soccer fields behind the pool. Drive past the pool on Ridgewater, turn right and go into large gravel lot behind the pool. 


Covid 19 Considerations

If you have any upper respiratory symptoms the days before the race and have any possible inkling at all that you might have Covid 19 please be respectful and stay home.

If you wake up the morning of the race and feel ill but really want to tough it out and have supper cool snot sickles in your photos, please due that at home by yourself.  

Please wear a mask anytime you are indoors. If you forget yours don't be embarrassed, we will be happy to provide you with one to wear while indoors. Registration, Packet Pickup, changing clothes, and bathroom breaks will be allowed indoors. For the remainder of pre-race time you should be outside or in your vehicle. Please do not expect to hang out inside prior to the race more than for the essentials mentioned above. After the race you can change clothes and then head back outside. 

When outside it is your choice if you wear a mask or not. You may want one to keep your face warm. 

If you want to argue about anything covid or any covid policies either pro or con, please stay home and due that on your own time with your loved ones. 

Be respectful to others. Running is fun to do with others, lets have fun. 





Race Contact Info
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Free finisher medal included with entry. 

Course Map-Clockwise

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