Volunteer to help with the Two Bear Marathon

There's more than one way to participate in the Two Bear Marathon. If you're not up to running 26.2 miles, there are several ways you can help our runners achieve their goal. The Two Bear Marathon Committee works hard to ensure the safety of each runner. To that end, we seek a ratio of two volunteers for every runner. Volunteer positions are available along the rugged first 15 miles of the course in the Stillwater State Forest; along Whitefish Lake; and in the town of Whitefish. We have a position for everyone, so don't hesitate to inquire about special needs. Thank you for your support!
The first 200 volunteers to sign up recieve a FREE VOLUNTEER T-SHIRT.
For more information please contact:
Jacob Deitz
Volunteer Coordinator
Please use the following form to volunteer for the Two Bear Marathon. Fields in BOLD are required.

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Volunteers are essential to the success of our race. Here's what a couple of runners have had to say:

"I have run about 60 marathons and the Two Bear Marathon ranks at or near the top for scenery, volunteers, race management and attention to details. Was very impressed with how smoothly things went since the course is somewhat remote in spots for the first half. The volunteers and spectators were plentiful and the finisher medals and technical T-shirt were first class. Ran it injured (cracked ribs) but the beautiful scenery and supportive spectators made me glad I went ahead and ran. Whitefish is a great community and they showed they know how to stage a first class marathon."
"The race coordinators knew exactly how to make this course easy to navigate with ample signage and personnel to help you keep on course. The aid stations provided great products, such as Hammer Gel, Heed sport drink and some of the usual foods. This was the first marathon at which I didn't carry any gels - they had them at all the right places. The volunteers.... Wow!! They were very supportive with lots of cheering as you wound your way through the otherwise quiet forest."
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