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Bloomsday news
Bloomsday times wrong due to error
Bloomsday brings miles of smiles
Runners take ambition, laziness to the extreme
For Bloomies, it's agony, ice... and the T-shirt
Race a sight to see, on course and off

More Bloomsday news

 
Colorful finish line

The Bloomsday finish line sported a patriotic red, white, and blue color motif this year. Christopher Anderson /The Spokesman-Review

Trace your steps
Explore the Bloomsday course with our interactive map, including "Bloomsday in a minute" video. (Requires free Flash 6 player)


26 years of T-shirts
See Bloomsday's growth, and the t-shirts from each year since the race began.

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Money winners
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Age winners
Wheelchair finishers

Millionth finisher contest
Weather almanac
Pace calculator
Race's name a novel idea
Race history
Fun facts
Keepsake section
Bloomsdayrun.org

  Spotlight Millionth finisher named
Finisher contest
The Lilac Bloomsday Association has announced Dana Gaber, 33, of Spokane as the millionth finisher.

2002 results ready:
Personal finisher results are available now. Fill in your name or bib number above.

Corporate Cup:
View a team's totals by individual points.

KoskeiDeReuck
Koskei, De Reuck win Bloomsday '02
James Koskei of Kenya and Colleen De Reuck of Boulder, Colo. take top honors with times of 34:25 and 38:53.
View more top finisher and special division results.

Photo slide shows:
The racers, Before & After and The Thousands.

Winners by city
Get the bragging rights for your hometown here.

Note: Some city listings may appear more than once due to typographic errors in the database.
Spokane
Coeur d'Alene

Cities in:
Idaho
Washington
Montana
Oregon
British Columbia
Alberta

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The weather Watch a rich-media piece on the weather of Bloomsday.




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