Half Moon Bay International Marathon Earns Green Certification
Joins elite group of races which has met standards set by Council for Responsible Sport
The Half Moon Bay International Marathon was certified in April as a green sporting event by the Portland, Ore.-based Council for Responsible Sport for implementing sustainable and environmental practices at its inaugural race last September.
"You and your team put together a well-organized and truly sustainable event," council Executive Director Keith Peters wrote to marathon Executive Director Eric Vaughan in a letter dated April 10.More
Half Moon Bay Marathon Seeks Certification as Green Sporting Event
Footrace seeks to attain status by incorporating environmentally-conscious practices in planning and implementation.
2011 Half Moon Bay International Marathon Earns ReSport Gold Certification from the Council for Responsible Sport
In its inaugural year, Coastside event showcases natural beauty and commitment to sustainability along “26.2 Miles of Running Heaven.”
HMBIM Extends its Focus on Greening Events through Roaming Packet Pickups
Organization takes packet pickup process to the athletes at 3 additional Bay Area locations
Half Moon Bay, CA - Leaders of the Half Moon Bay International Marathon (HMBIM) announced an innovation to the traditional race procedure of packet pickup which improves the Green aspects of their event. For the 2012 event, the HMBIM team will provide roaming packet pickup at 4 different locations in the San Francisco Bay Area where many of the registered athletes reside. The organization will provide 2 pickup days in a Bay Area Peninsula location, 2 pickup days in downtown San Francisco, and 1 in the East Bay, concluding with 2 pickup days in Half Moon Bay.More