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Celebrate strength. Celebrate dedication. Celebrate women. Women Who Du is designed for women by women to be a unique duathlon that is about so much more than the competition. Women Who Du is about honoring women, their commitment, their strength, their uniqueness. Scratch the traditional Mother's Day brunch and cheer on or race with your mom in the Women Who Du duathlon this spring! You are worth it!
Mother's Day weekend is a time for family, and we want you to share the experience with yours! invite your kids under 13 to run the first leg of the event with you!
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One of the unique features about Women Who Du is the course. Both run legs will take place inside of Woodland Park Nature Preserve. Woodland Park is beautiful and scenic nature preserve with trails ranging from dirt, grass and wood chips. The first run will be approximately 1.2 miles and the second run is a full 5k (3.1 miles). The official course is subject to change depending on trail conditions on race day. Many areas of the trail can become impassable depending on rain/weather.
The bike course is 9 miles on Gethings, Stone Jug and Watkins. The bike course is an open course. Although it will be manned with ample volunteers and traffic control, riders are urged to use proper road riding etiquette.
Parking will be located at First Wesleyan Church, 14425 Helmer Rd, Battle Creek, MI. 49015. Participants will park in the lot closest to Helmer Rd. It is a short walk along Helmer on the sidewalk to the start/finish area.