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Mile 12 Preview

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February
19

Mile 12 begins in the historic Highland Park area.

Not only are there gorgeous old homes and tall trees lining the street, but here you meet the longest running musical act on the course….if you’ve run before, you remember crazy man Jonathan Lenaway and Spotlight Karaoke Professional DJ and KJ Service.

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The 11th Mile Preview

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February
19

The eleventh mile is a transition mile, moving you from the northern-most neighborhoods of the trail, back toward downtown.

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Mile 9 Preview

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February
18

As the sounds of Glad You Came Mobile DJ’s fades into the distance, Mile 9 completes the loop around Spring Lake Park. Now you shoot off into the surrounding neighborhoods. Before you go, though, let’s explain why the trail you’re on is called the Phillip McDougal Trail.

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Mile 8 Preview

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February
17

You’re going to love Mile 8 of Run the Line. Five years ago, when I first ran the event, this was maybe my favorite mile because running around Spring Lake Park, no matter how fast or slow you wish to go, is a breath of fresh air. On this mile, you’ll exit the roadways of Texarkana and hop onto one of the premier trails in town, the Phillip McDougal Trail at Spring Lake Park.

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Mile 7 Preview

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February
17

Ah, Mile #7.

Now that Arkansas Boulevard has magically turned into Texas Boulevard, the race reaches its halfway point. Early in this mile is another water stop, this one manned – or in this case “woman’d” by the team from Hooters. Like many of our relay stop teams, Hooters has been a race supporter since year #1.

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Mile 5 Preview – Water Stops

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February
15

You’ll reach the 4 Mile sign just as you complete the long, wide straightaway along Pinson Drive and turn left onto E 48th Street. This is the northernmost point of the race.

Even though you still have over 9 miles to run, just realize that it’s all south-bound from here on out!

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