According to the National Weather Service, the chance of rain Sunday is 100 percent. That's bad news for runners planning on participating in the 30th-annual California International Marathon, but it likely won't stop them.
"This is going to be a little challenging, but I don't think it's going to be anything major," Sacramento Running Association board president Steve Polansky told the Sacramento Bee.
The race begins at 7 a.m., and the course snakes from Folsom to the state capitol downtown. Here are some suggested viewing locations, courtesy of the organizers:
- Mile 6 - Corner of Oak Avenue and Fair Oaks Boulevard
- Mile 10 - Old Town Fair Oaks
- Mile 13.1 (Half Marathon) - Fair Oaks Boulevard at Manzanita Avenue
- Mile 20 - Loehmann's Plaza (Munroe Street and Fair Oaks Boulevard)
- Mile 26.2 - The Finish at the State Capitol
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