Scott & White BCS Marathon route unveiled

- Runners near and far register for upcoming race -

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Scott & White BCS Marathon organizers announced the new course route for the 2013 race. The event is scheduled for Sunday, December 8, and is expected to attract close to 4,000 participants in either the full or half marathon. This year’s marathon course will be USA Track & Field (USATF) certified and is an eligible qualifying race for the Boston Marathon.

"The enthusiasm for the race is great, both locally and far-reaching," said Chris Field, race director. "We have runners registered from 30 states, Washington, DC, Belgium and Canada."

Scott & White Healthcare – College Station Region is thrilled to be involved with the BCS marathon.

"The marathon exemplifies Scott & White's commitment to a healthy Brazos Valley," said Jason D. Jennings, chief executive officer, Scott & White Healthcare - College Station Region.

For more information or to register for the marathon, visit www.bcsmarathon.com or email bcsmarathon@gmail.com.

About Scott & White (sw.org)
Scott & White Healthcare is a non-profit collaborative health care system established in 1897 in Temple, Texas. Among the leading health systems encompassing one of the nation's largest multi-specialty group practices, Scott & White provides personalized, comprehensive health care enhanced by medical education and research.  Scott & White Healthcare includes 13 acute care hospital sites, one emergency hospital site, one additional announced facility, and over 140 clinics at more than 70 primary care and specialty clinic locations throughout Central Texas providing adult and pediatric care in 46 medical specialties. Integrated, high-quality care is delivered by a dedicated staff of more than 14,000 (including approximately 1,200 physicians and scientists and more than 300 specialized health care providers).

Scott & White, A World of Healing

For more information, contact:

Sarah Marrs
Scott & White Healthcare
smarrs@sw.org

August 27, 2013


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