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The Biggest Loser Half Marathon (2013) – Run It Fast

The Biggest Loser Half Marathon Medal (2013)

Here is the finisher’s medal from The Biggest Loser Half Marathon that took place on October 13, 2013 in Seattle, Washington.

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[medal photo submitted by Wild West Running – follow her on Twitter @WildWestRunning]

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Seattle RnR Half Medal 2012

Rock ‘n’ Roll Seattle Half Marathon Medal (2012)

Here is the medal for the Rock ‘n’ Roll Seattle Half Marathon that took place on June 23, 2012 in Seattle, WA.

They changed it up a little from last year’s medal but kept all the main elements of Seattle in it. I like it.

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[Medal submitted by Michael Miller. Follow him on Twitter @spaceneedl]

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Tim Nelson

Seattle Police Call Runner Hit by Semi-Truck a ‘Dumbf**k’


Seattle runner Tim Nelson was hit by a semi-truck while running to work back in late October. He suffered a fractured skull in two places, broken back, punctured lung, and broken arm.

Nelson’s lawyer demanded to see the dash cam from the police car.  Nelson quickly discovered that the Seattle Police Department had added insult(s) to his extensive injuries at the scene of the accident.

Via Q13 Fox in Seattle:

“It ain’t my problem,” one officer said about Nelson’s injuries.

“Why don’t you drive a car?”

“Yeah, don’t try to jog to work, dumbf—.”

One officer was identified as Doug Jorgensen.

Nelson, as we all would be, isn’t too happy about the officer’s comments:

“As citizens, we pay their salaries and we are going to hold them to a higher degree of responsibility because they are public servants. In a situation like this, when you have someone lying on the ground near death, I don’t see any reason to excuse that,” said Nelson.

Some reports state that Nelson ran against a red crossing light.  No mater the case, he should have been treated with more respect from the SPD even if he was unconscious.


Watch the video above from the police dash cam.

To make it even worse the local news kept referring to Tim as a ‘jogger’ and ‘jogging’ to work.

See -> Does Being Called a Jogger Offend You?

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