THE SECOND ANNUAL DENVER RACE TO STOP GLOBAL WARMING!
The Denver race ended on 4/14/2002.
2nd Annual Race to Stop Global Warming Takes the City by Storm!
On Sunday, April 14th, 2002, over 600 runners, fitness walkers, children,
toddlers, and crawlers participated in Denver's 2nd Annual Race to Stop Global
Warming. Both the start and finish were in front of NIKETOWN Denver at the Denver
During the morning events, participants learned that downtown Denver is full
of wonderful sights, and is not as flat as one might imagine! The overall male
winner was Peter Julian of Atherton CA, who finished at 25:24. The overall female
winner was Erica Siemers of Arvada CO, who finished at 32:35.
the finish line, participants had a terrific opportunity to learn about the many
ways in which they can tread more lightly on the environment through the Colorado
Energy Science Center's Smart Energy Expo.
"Thank you for organizing the fantastic race in April. Our ability to participate
in the event provided an exciting method of educating the public about the Toyota
Prius and it's "Green" technology." -Karl A. Robinson, Toyota
"The race was well organized, the course was fun, the experience was a
positive one. Yes, please put us on your list for 2003 -- thanks!!" -Roxanne
Ahlbrecht, Race to Stop Global Warming Participant
"I think global warming is likely to be the defining issue of the 21st
century. There's a lot citizens can be doing." -Will Toor, Mayor of Boulder,
"It's a wake-up call for the health of the environment. Even if you're
not a runner, this is a good event. Especially for families who want their children
to learn about responsible energy use." -Claudine Schneider, Author of the
1980 Global Warming Prevention Act
2nd Annual Race to Stop Global Warming Takes the City by Storm! (Available
as a PDF)
Featuring Olympian and 1997 Bolder Boulder winner, Libbie
8K Results: By
place and By name
5K Results: By
place and By name
PRIZES: A complete listing of prizes is available
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