Overall Runners Results
2:58:42 Green River Flyers * New Relay Record
3:09:46 Jim Anderson * New Solo Record
3:18:32 Hog Wild
3:22:05 Steve Barrick * 5 Time Solo Finisher
3:31:16 Steve Hamling
3:31:37 Tenacious Turtles
3:31:56 From Tse To Sea
3:32:11 Three Guys & A Gal
3:36:47 Sweaty Chicks
3:43:22 Bob "Rosie Ruiz" Ballou 
3:47:42 B1/B2 Bombers
Bob Ballou ** Rumored solo runner 
3:54:28 Tyee HS Teachers
3:58:28 Robertson To Nylander Express
1:59:53 Chuck Carlson (Digger)
2:39:57 Kathy Wheeler
1:12:31 Rob Keller (pace setting “rabbit” for 10.3 miles)
Green River Race Directors: Steve Barrick and Jim Anderson
The following did an outstanding job and really deserve the highest praise. These people make the Green River what it is today.
A special thanks to support volunteers: Ed Hong, Andy Larpentuer, Eileen Hamling & Julie Anderson.
Please submit your comments and suggestions to me. Let us know how we could improve.
Due to limited support volunteers, next year we may provide gatorade and cups to each team support vehicle at the beginning of the race (with prior request).
We are working on the possibility of certifying this course and adding markers at each mile. Suggestions would be appreciated for the more complicated areas near Fort Dent and the West Seattle Bridge.
 This sketchy runner was not witnessed in the starting line photo, but was rumored to be participating. A person looking like this runner was observed in a vehicle traveling along the course that morning. Several bus routes also follow the course but this "questionable character" is difficult to differentiate from the average homeless bus rider. He also passed the leading solo runner at mile 20, but mysteriously disappeared. "He looked unusually fresh and free of sweat, but still disoriented and running from side to side," said the eventual winner. He remained humorous even in his failed attempt at victory. His status (mental) has been reviewed by race officials: Bob is suspended from future races pending Race Committee decision regarding the reported usage of Indian fishing boats during the race.
Remember the Green River is held the first Saturday in June every year.
Last updated 11/14/2004 at 9:03PM
Green River Marathon and all volunteers are not responsible for any injuries or deaths. The Green River Marathon is a free run; the aid is free, the run is free, the shirts are sold at a loss, there are no bib numbers, there are no awards, and no one is paid. This is a low key run amongst friends. If you require special assistance or are unsure of your abilities please think twice about running 26.2 miles, unless you take necessary precautions. You must have medical clearance from your doctor before you begin any exercise program or running in any marathons. It is not our intent for anyone to get hurt while running the Green River Marathon.