Break NorthShore Inline Marathon Record, Win $10,000

Do you think you can break NorthShore Inline Marathon’s record set in 1998? If so a $10,000 cash prize awaits anyone who beats it.

Race for Glory: Beat NorthShore Inline Marathon’s Record $10,000 Challenge

The renowned NorthShore Inline Marathon has a thrilling update for its participants. On September 16th, 2023, they’re offering an exciting $10,000 cash prize to anyone who can break the challenging 25-year-old course records set by Olympian Chad Hedrick and speed skater Heather Gunnin in 1998. The men’s record stands at 57:18, and the women’s record at 1:10:26.

The NorthShore Marathon is known for its breathtaking scenery and unparalleled competition, attracting the world’s top skaters. Tavis Trosen, the spokesperson for the NorthShore Inline Marathon, expressed his enthusiasm for this new initiative, stating, “The NorthShore Inline Marathon brings in some of the most elite skaters from around the world to compete in Duluth, and this is just one example of how we entice them. We wanted to offer an additional challenge to motivate athletes and reward their dedication and skill. The $10,000 prize for beating the course record is a testament to our commitment to excellence and the incredible athleticism showcased at our event.”

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Since its inception in 1996, the NorthShore Inline Marathon has earned a global reputation as a premier inline skating race. The route follows the breathtaking North Shore of Lake Superior, offering participants a stunning backdrop while they skate towards the finish line. The event’s challenging course and picturesque views truly test endurance and skill.

The NorthShore Inline Marathon welcomes skaters of all ages and skill levels to join in and try to break the course record. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a recreational skater pushing your boundaries, this event provides a chance to compete with top athletes in the sport. To learn more and register for the NorthShore Inline Marathon, visit

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  1. That record you are referring to was set in 1998! Not 1988.

    1. Thank you. I initially had it correct in the article, but I accidentally made a typo in the first sentence. However, I have now corrected it.

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