PM&R at The Twin Cities Marathon

Race for a cause.

On a chilly Sunday morning of October 7th, a little over 7,000 runners raced and finished the 2018 Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon. Every participant was making a difference in the Twin Cities by racing for a cause. Runners were cheered on by many sideline supporters and were able to enjoy the beautiful fall colors Minnesota has to offer along the scenic route. 

While participants raced eagerly to the finish line and supporters cheered, our PM&R team was providing volunteer medical support. PM&R Dr. Alexander Senk, resident Dr. Logan McCool, and third year medical students Maggie Abraham and Kersten Schwanz were four people out of many making a difference that day. 

If you ran the race and would like to see your results or would like to see the 2018 Twin Cities Marathon statistics, click here.

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