United States Marathons 5 Bingo Cards
These cards are about U.S. Marathons 5. These 26.2 mile races are held in every state from the east coast to the west and everything in between. These include words like B & A Trail, Detroit Free Press, Lake Geneva, Med-City, and Taunton.
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|B & A Trail||Bayshore||Baystate||Boston||Cape Cod|
|Detroit Free Press||Frederick||Grand Rapids||Grandma's||Hyannis|
|Lake Geneva||Lower Potomac River Run||Marathon for Non-Public Education||Marathon in the Parks||Martian|
|Med-City||Mississippi Coast||Ocean City||Rock Creek Park||Seneca Creek Greenway Trail|
|Taunton||The Trail||Twin Cities||Walker North Country||West Michigan|
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