Bellingham Bay Marathon Medal (2012)

This is the medal for the Bellingham Bay Marathon that took place on September 30, 2012 in Bellingham, Washington.

Beautiful medal! From the race website:

“Community Totem” by Neeka Cook

“The two Salish figures at the bottom represent community, working together to support the community. The animals can’t be forgotten as community members either. It could be something small as a frog that supports more than we think. The eagle is showing trust as he sits in the whale’s mouth. And it takes the active community to balance all these things. The seagull silhouette was done with good humor and matches the Bellingham Bay Marathon seagull logo.”

– Neeka Cook

Here is a photo of the half marathon medal:

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[medal photos submitted by Scott Hillis – follow him on Twitter @bittermelon and by Carrie Keyes – follow Carrie on Twitter @cklfp]

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