Trent Waldron Glacier Half Marathon
The Trent/Waldron Glacier Half-Marathon is a celebration of life for Marcie Trent and Larry Waldron, mother and son, who were killed on a training run in July 1995. The Glacier Half-Marathon was created as a Mother’s Day present by Marcie’s husband, John Trent. Unlike most events, this race adds age-graded individual competition to the normal age-group awards. There will be ribbons awarded for five-year age groups and mugs for the overall age-graded male and female racer. For the 2,100+ individuals who have competed in one of the prior Glacier Half-Marathons, a goal time will be computed for this year’s event which matches their age-adjusted effort from their most recent participation. A mug is awarded to individuals who can match or come under their goal time. The mug provides recognition to your peers that your performance is the same or better than in the past. Marcie Trent and Larry Waldron both loved and encouraged running for everyone. Runners and walkers of all ability are encouraged to participate.