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2013 BolderBoulder Race Course

The 35th annual Bolder Boulder 10K race on Memorial Day, May 27, 2013. Click the arrows below the graphic to see more detail on the map.
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Transcript of 2013 BolderBoulder Race Course

Wave Queue (Canyon to Walnut) Race day registration Start line
11:13 a.m. Pro Women
11:24 a.m. Pro Men Lowest point
5,275 feet BACON Slip 'n Slide Cupcakes Police will screen all bags that come into Folsom Field at the finish of the 10K race. Spectators bringing items into Folsom for the finish only will be allowed to bring in soft-sided bags no larger than 12 inches by 12 inches by 12 inches -- and those bags will be searched.

More information: http://bit.ly/184Lxsa Added security measures
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#BolderBoulder Boulder Track Club executive director Lee Troop says the 3K to 7K stretch of the course is “critical.”

For new runners, take it easy on this 4K, Troop says.

“That 4K section-- it’s not overly tough, but it’s slightly uphill, and for athletes who are starting to get tired, that can be tough,” Troop said. “There’s really nothing flat in that area.” MILE 2/KILOMETER 3 HALFWAY POINT Boulder Track Club executive director and Olympic marathoner Lee Troop says the 5K mark or halfway point is a good time to refuel.

Grab a gel or quick snack here, and make sure to take little drinks of water all along the race course. Don’t wait until the finish line to rehydrate. Highest point
5,391 feet. MILE 1.6
Desert Rain
belly dancers Brad Mawhinney passes out strips of bacon at The Bacon Station during the 2012 Bolder Boulder in Boulder, Colo., May 28, 2012. Photo by Mark Leffingwell/Daily Camera Sarah Chesnutt offers runners a tray of bacon during the Bolder Boulder on Monday, May 29, 2006, in Boulder, Colo. Photo by Danny DeBelius/Daily Camera Abby Barreto belly dances during the citizen's race of the Bolder Boulder on Monday, May 29, 2006. Photo by Daily Camera Josh Eberly passes belly dancers during the 31st annual Bolder Boulder in Boulder, Colo., May 25, 2009. Photo by Daily Camera. Daily Camera running columnist Mike Sandrock says Mile 4 is a good place to be a spectator-- it's where all the pros make their move to pass or get to the front of the pack. Scott Stiehr runs through a "slip-n-slide" during the annual Bolder Boulder in Boulder, Colo., Monday, May 31, 2010. Photo by Daily Camera From left to right Jenny Kershaw, Sarah Ellsworth and Ashley Dixon hold inspirational signs along the Bolder Boulder course. Photo by Daily Camera Stephanie Christensen, left, Sara Laakso, and Devon Craig, provide inspiration to the runners on Walnut Street. Photo by Daily Camera Elevation: 5,380 feet United States Armed Forces jets fly over Folsom Field during the Memorial Day tribute at the finish line of the Bolder Boulder inside Folsom Field on the University of Colorado campus on Monday, May 28. Photo by Daily Camera Ethiopia's Mamitu Daska crosses the finish line of the Bolder Boulder in first place inside Folsom Field on the University of Colorado campus on Monday, May 28. Photo by Daily Camera Noon
Memorial Day tribute at Folsom Field
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