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    Badass Beer Run
    Sat 27th Apr
    Camino, CA, United States
    $30
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    Badass Beer Run

    Madrone Tree Hill, 2600 Barkley Rd, Camino, CA 95709, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    What is the Bad Ass beer run? Its a 5k Run/Walk where youre able to let loose with friends and family. Of course, we come to run/walk but lets be honest its all about the beer and fun!

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    $30 - $45
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    Run for Hope

    1645 Corinth Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90025, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Honor the memory and celebrate the lives of those who have died. The Run For Hope is a day to share grief, loss and love, and to help sustain the services of OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center

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    La Jolla Half Marathon & Shores 5K
    Sun 28th Apr
    Del Mar, CA, United States
    $50 - $130
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    La Jolla Half Marathon & Shores 5K

    Del Mar Fairgrounds, 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd, Del Mar, CA 92014, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The La Jolla Half Marathon is one of America's most picturesque and beautiful point-to-point races. Starting at the Del Mar Fairgrounds, the course follows a scenic coastal route before reaching the challenging climb to the summit of Torrey Pines State Park. The course then rolls atop Torrey Pines mesa, continues down through residential La Jolla Shores, and finishes at La Jolla Cove.

    For those interested in a shorter option, the La Jolla Shores 5K offers a mostly downhill course and features some of the most scenic views of the last 3.1 miles of the half marathon course.

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    Spring Trailblazer 5K
    Sat 4th May
    Blacksburg, VA, United States
    $25
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    Spring Trailblazer 5K

    Beliveau Estate Winery, 5415 Gallion Ridge Rd, Blacksburg, VA 24060, USAView event
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    From the organiser

    Join the Montgomery County Chamber at Beliveau Estate Winery for the first ever spring-season Trailblazer 5K!

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    Emerge 5k: Helping Our Youth Soar
    Sun 5th May
    Boulder, CO, United States
    $20 - $35
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    Emerge 5k: Helping Our Youth Soar

    Boulder, CO, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Join us for the Sixth Annual EMERGE 5K:

    This 5K family walk/run event is an empowering experience designed to raise awareness of youth suicide prevention efforts and bring support to the youth of Boulder and St. Vrain Valley School Districts. Join us in helping them soar!

    Awesome live music will be provided by Kutandara! Post-race (free) refreshments from Button Rock Bakery, KT's BBQ, Morning Glory Cafe and more.


    Proceeds from this event benefit the Second Wind Fund of Boulder County, a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide funded counseling services to at risk youth in Boulder County. The event is also designed as an opportunity for remembrance of those we've lost to suicide and a celebration of all who choose life.

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    ​Ojai Half Marathon
    Sun 5th May
    $45 - $95
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    ​Ojai Half Marathon

    Mira Monte Elementary School, 1216 Loma Dr, Ojai, CA 93023, USAView event
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    Race along the beautiful Ojai bike trail in this challenging half marathon. Great for runners who want to tackle several rolling and lengthy hils. Come for the views, goody bag, bespoke finishers medal and post-race tacos.

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    Spring Fling Triathlon Festival
    Sat 11th May
    Clermont, FL, United States
    $80 - $100
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    Spring Fling Triathlon Festival

    7035 US-27, Clermont, FL 34714, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Swim in beautiful Lake Louisa in Lake County, a favored location for triathlons for many years. Bike on an almost flat and fast course! This venue is known for its awesome wide open asphalt roads that wind through beautiful natural landscapes.

    Sprint / Olympic Triathlon

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    Sprint / Olympic Triathlon and Relays

    My First Triathlon

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    Bridgehampton Half Marathon
    Sat 11th May
    Bridgehampton, NY, United States
    $35 - $95
    1 review
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    Bridgehampton Half Marathon

    2510 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike, Bridgehampton, NY 11932, USAView event
    1 review
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Bridgehampton Half + 5K, to be held on Saturday, May 11th, 2019. The Bridgehampton Half was started by the team that created the Hamptons Marathon & Half.

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    • Did the Half Marathon in 2017

      The race was very well organized and I enjoyed a lot. The atmosphere was incredible, a lot of positive energy. XoRodica
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    USA Beach Running Championship 10K & Half Marathon
    Sun 12th May
    Cocoa Beach, FL, United States
    $55 - $85
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    USA Beach Running Championship 10K & Half Marathon

    Shepard Park, 299 E Cocoa Beach Causeway, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931, USAView event
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    From the organiser

    The USA Beach Running Championships is operated by the producers of the Melbourne Music Marathon Weekend, the Publix Florida Marathon & 1/2 Marathon, the Cocoa Beach Triathlon, the Rocketman Florida Triathlon, the Cocoa Beach Half Marathon and the Ron Jon Beach N Boards Fest.

    The Beach Running Association is a consortium of runners who enjoy the freedom of beach and trail running in addition to typical road running. We have no membership. No dues and are as free as the beaches and trails.

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    Born To Run Ultra Marathons
    Sat 18th May
    Los Olivos, CA, United States
    $80 - $475
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    Born To Run Ultra Marathons

    2990 Grand Ave, Los Olivos, CA 93441, USAView event
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    From the organiser

    Welcome to the 2019 Born To Run Ultra Running Extravaganza. Join us for a weekend of trail running, live music, camping and much, much more. As in the past, our little event will start and finish on the beautiful East Creek Ranch in Los Olivos California.

    Created by runners for runners. Join us for a weekend of camping and trail running on the beautiful East Creek Ranch in Los Olivos California. The annual Born To Run Ultra Marathon Extravaganza will feature a Four Day, 100 mile, 60 mile, 30 mile, 10 mile and 0.0km trails runs. Mild springtime, coastal climate, gentle rolling hills, single and double track trail, wildflowers, red-tailed hawks, dark blue skies and pristine clean air makes for ideal running environment.

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    San Diego Century
    Sat 18th May
    Encinitas, CA, United States
    $65 - $185
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    San Diego Century

    Cardiff, Encinitas, CA 92007, USAView event
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    From the organiser

    Take on one of 3 beautiful courses for a challenging and rewarding cycling experience on San Diegos most scenic routes 33, 67 or 102.5 miles.

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    XTERRA Malibu Creek 6k, 11k, and 22k
    Sat 18th May
    Agoura Hills, CA, United States
    $20 - $95
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    XTERRA Malibu Creek 6k, 11k, and 22k

    Crags Rd, Agoura Hills, CA 91301, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Welcome to the XTERRA SoCal Trail Run Series!

    XTERRA Malibu takes place at the breathtaking Malibu Creek State Park, located in Malibu/Calabasas, CA on Saturday, May 18, 2019. The event field is limited, so enter early! This is the Grand Mama event the 22k goes up Bulldog, but what follows is some of the most amazing scenery in Malibu. The 11k (formerly 12k) is a singletrack dominant course with some less-than-Bulldog climbs. The 6k is a great introductory trail run with single track and fireroad trails.

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    $45 - $95
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    Lake Balboa Half Marathon

    Woodley Park Archery Range, 405 Freeway, Van Nuys, CA 91411, USAView event
    About the event

    Race in the second of this 3-race series around the Lake Balboa bike path at Woodley Park. This is a great local race for all types of runners to chase those PBs. Come for the goody bag, t-shirt and, if you complete all 3 races, an exclusive series finisher medal.

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    Utah Valley Marathon
    Sat 1st Jun
    Free - $175
    5 reviews
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    Utah Valley Marathon

    811 100 W, Provo, UT 84604, USAView event
    5 reviews
    About the event

    Pull on your running shoes for this scenic marathon through Provo Canyon. Named one of the top 10 races in the US, the mostly downhill course is perfect for first-time marathoners and also for runners looking to grab Boston Marathon qualifying times. Come for the tech t-shirt and finisher's medal.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2018

      I really really enjoyed this race, it had a lot of unique things that I had not experienced in a race before and of course setting a new half marathon PR after more than 4 years since I had set my previous PR leaves you with really good feelings in regards to a race.I flew in to Salt Lake City on Friday afternoon, got picked up by my cousin at the airport and drove straight to Provo so I could pick up my packet at the EXPO. Plan on at least 45 minutes to an hour to Provo from the airport.EXPO: The expo was quite small and so was the parking lot associated with it, although parking was free. Packet pick up was quick and easy and had several freebies in the bag. Overall nothing special about the expo other than a few booths but it is a small race so it is about what you would expect.T-Shirts/SWAG: The T shirt for this race is a little unique, it had bright red sleeves and a black shirt. The utah valley logo on the front and giant "Pain You Enjoy" letters on the back. I actually like the shirt in the sense that it stands out from the rest of my race shirts but i definitely heard some complaints that people didn't care for it. The race medal was really nice, it is a large spinner medal so the outside of the medal is a solid ring with a disc in the middle that can spin. Another unique addition to my collection, the only negative would be that it doesn't have anywhere to have my name and PR time engraved but I still really like it. Another thing they do that I liked is that the race bib isn't simiply a rectangle. The top of the bib is jagged and has a mountainous design, I have done a few other races that did something unique like this but little touches like this are things that I love about a race.PARKING/ACCESS: This is a point to point course so you park near the finish and take a bus up to the start in the mountains. Parking was at a shopping mall and more than abundant. The buses were easy to find and had plenty of room although I got there pretty early so there wasn't much of a line yet. Once on the bus you drive up a highway into the mountains where they drop you off at the start area. There were plenty of outhouses at the start, especially if you kept walking towards the start line from the drop off area and didn't just stop at the first one you found. One thing to know though is that even during the summer it gets very cold up there at 4:30 am, waiting for the 6am start time. They do however have camp fire barrels set up along the start area to keep warm which I really welcomed. They had a big truck right by the start line to check your bag which really just meant have your bag labeled and throw it in the back of a UPS truck but that did allow you to keep your warm up clothes on until only 10-15 minutes before the race. As for getting back to your car after the race the finish and the parking lot are over a mile apart and while you could walk it they do have buses to get you there which were easy to use.Course/Aid Stations/Elevation: Aid stations were spaced every 2 miles or so throughout the course and were well stocked with water and electrolytes. Because you are running through a canyon there isn't much crowd support during the majority of the course until you get near Provo/the finish but you don't really mind it. The canyon portion of the course is very pretty, there are waterfalls and nice views and while you are running the sun is rising so it only adds to the beauty. As for the elevation I found this to be the easiest elevation race I have ever run. It was almost entirely a very very gentle downhill with only 2 minor uphills. The great part about the downhills was that the gradient was so slight that it helped you keep running fast while never feeling like you were pounding your knees trying to slow yourself down as you would if you were running down a steeper hill. The only reason I didn't rate this as a 1 star elevation difficulty is that all downhill running can be very hard on your quads. I'm sure the people in the full marathon felt it, I didn't have any issues during my race but during the next 1-3 days I thought it was weird that my quads were really sore until I realized that the elevation is what did it. I'm sure some people started to feel it during the race which could at least add a little difficulty. This race is made for you to PR and I managed to finish in 1:29:56 for a PR, finally breaking 1:30.Race Management: I really enjoyed the execution of this race. Bussing to the start was smooth, fires and plenty of bathrooms at the start was great. They have a beautiful downtown finish location by the courthouse after you pass by BYU (the edge of campus so unless you know its there you wouldn't assume it was a university you were passing). They have several other nice touches like a PR gong which you can ring, you tube videos of the finish so that you can see how you finished, and FREE pictures. They had finish time printouts which you could get to show your results.They also had lots of free food at the finish including popsicles and cinnabon. The bag pickup area is a little concerning because they just lay everyones bags out and you just grab yours with no real security but it didn't seem to be an issue.I do want so give one final shoutout to the race management for going above and beyond for me. For the first time in my life I placed in my age group at a race but I didn't realize that they gave awards out all the way to 5th in your age group instead of 3rd so after my wife finished we went home. I later realized that if I had waited around for 15 more minutes I would have recieved by agre group award but by that time I had already flow home to Washington state, after several emails I was able to get a hold of the race director who I offered to send money to in order to ship me my plaque. They said they would figure something out and then shipped it to me for free. I know it only cost them a few dollars but it did take their time and it was just a really nice gesture on their part which I appreciate. I have my eye on this race for future years when I might try to get my full marathon BQ here.
    • Did the event in 2017

      If you're looking for a Utah Race, please come run this one! I flew into SLC and rented a car to make the 45 min drive to Provo, but you could easily fly into the Provo Airport if it was feasible.Expo: Smaller side, but still a good amount of stuff. Since it was a Saturday race, the Expo was 10-9 on Friday. Some running stores and other races to sign up for. Bib Look up could be improved on, as you didn't have a way of looking it up before the expo, so people were crowding around the bib look up table. Flow was otherwise easy to do.Race Day: Saturday, 6 AM start time for the half and the fullTransport to the Start: for the half, buses left from the Provo Town Center. For the full, there was a separate pick up point. Buses for the half ran from 315 AM to 430 AM for a 6 AM start and it took about 20 minutes to get to the half marathon start line. Be sure to have a blanket or sweats or something because it was dark and chilly!At the start: It's the half way point for the full, so plenty of port a potties. Also, fire pits were set up to keep you warm, which was a plus. Bag drop was a truck that took bags to the start, but the guys could have not thrown (literally thrown) everything into the back of the truck. My only wish was that there were buses that ran later to the start (say 5 AM), because waiting for 90 minutes for the start was rough.The Course: Maybe one minor hill for the entire half marathon course. Literally, was all downhill. My first mile was 10:50 only because I had to make a bathroom pit stop and over the course of the race, I was able to make up all the time. The course is very scenic and not a whole lot of spectator support, but I didn't mind surprisingly. Plenty of rock faces, scenery, etc to enjoy! Beware around mile 8 of the half marathon. The 10K joins up here after doing their first mile or so off the main course. We got stuck with some of the back packers and spent time/energy weaving around walkers spread 5 across.Water Stops: Every 2 miles for the first 10 miles and then every mile to the end. Plenty of water and powerade. I just wish that they tables would have been more spread out and a few more at each station because some got crowdedFinish area: PR'ed at 1:55:42. Able to get my medal, water and food fairly easily. I also got to ring the PR bell coming out of the chute. Also was able to do results look up and get a print off of my time. Plenty of vendors, etc. Bag pick up was essentially bags laid out on open grass and you essentially had to find your own bag and hope that no one took it. There were also shuttles back to Provo Town Center, which was where I picked up the shuttle to the start. Definitely a must do race!
    • Did the event in 2017

      I ran the Utah Valley Half Marathon in 2017. I like downhill running, so for me, this was a great race. However, if your knees, hips or other body parts do not like downhill running, I would avoid this race. The grade was not terribly steep but the first 10 miles or so are definitely on a down-hill grade, and on a highway, so the combination of hard surface ad grade can catch some people off-guard.The expo for this race was quiet, did not have a lot of vendors, and so the check-in process was quick.My biggest complaint about this race is that you cannot drive to the start. You drive to the finish and take a bus to the start. The bus drops you at the start more than an hour before the race. It is cold and dark and although there are bonfires and porta-potties, I would have preferred to be in bed that extra hour.Once the race started it was great. The water stations were frequent enough and the volunteers were awesome. About 10 miles into the race, you start to come into Provo, the road is flatter (less downhill) and there is a fair amount of spectator/crowd support.I had a hard time meeting up with family at the finish. It was hard to transition from "runner-only areas to public areas. Also, my gear drop bag from the start had the tag ripped off so it took a good 30 minutes to locate my bag with my sweats and jacket inside. But we did find it, so in the end all was good. The finisher medal was cool, and the race jacket was nice. Also, all finishers received a gift certificate toward a purchase at a local jeweler. I am not local so never used mine but it was a really nice perk.
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    Truckee Running Festival
    Sun 2nd Jun
    Truckee, CA, United States
    $11 - $75
    1 review
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    Truckee Running Festival

    12200 Joerger Dr, Truckee, CA 96161, USAView event
    1 review
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Come one come all and join us for a morning of Truckee Running and fun at Riverview Park in Truckee, CA. The 5K is a fund raiser for the Girls on the Run Sierras.

    Try a 5K or 10K along the Legacy Trail or a half marathon featuring beautiful and scenic trails of Waddle Ranch. Bring the kids for the age appropriate distance fun races.

    The event is staged out of Riverview Sports Park in Truckee, CA. We are setting up on one of the very well maintained sport fields. All races start and finish here. The kids races for younger participants will take place on the field as well. There is plenty of parking at the facility.

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    • Did the event in 2018

      Waddle Ranch Trail Half - Race Report by Big Blue Ambassador Mone' HaenThe Waddle Rach Half Marathon took place on June 4th, 2017 and is part of the Truckee Running Festival and the Tahoe Trail Running Series put on by Big Blue Adventure.If you’re a local Truckee runner, you have likely “explo-run-ed” Waddle Ranch. If you haven’t, you should as it’s one of the many local trail running/hiking treasures that the area has to offer. The half marathon starts and finishes at Riverview Sports Park in a mini “race village” amongst very high-energy event staff, volunteers, announcer (can I please have whatever coffee he drinks in the morning) and participants. Besides the fact that there are 5K and 10K options for family and friends to run, the Park is a great place for spectators and family to hang out as there’s plenty to keep them busy along the lines of a playground, bocce court, the Truckee Bike Park, etc.Once the Big Blue crew gives the pre-race speech, and the very enthusiastic GO signal is given, you’re off. The first 1.6 miles of the course is very flat (not Tahoe flat) and is comprised of getting out of the park itself, running a short distance on pavement (Joeger Drive) and then on fire road. Here you pass behind the Tahoe Truckee Unified School District Bus Dispatch Center. If you’ve ever been late to pick up your kid from the bus, you’ve likely been here to collect him/her (not that I would know anything about that). Anywhooooooo…… It’s a pretty meadow with scenic views to the east.At 1.6 miles you begin a short climb on pavement which takes you up to Martis Creek Road. The climb itself is only about a quarter of a mile, but you then stay on pavement for about a mile. I know pavement – ew, but the views of Martis Valley, Martis Creek Lake and Waddle Ranch (where you’ll be running) are very pretty, so consider it an opportunity to look around before you have to pay attention to not tripping on rocks.After you cross the dam (at about 2.2 miles into the race), you finally hit dirt via Matt’s Trail in the Waddle Rach Preserve. It’s relatively flat for about three-quarters of a mile and then you start to climb – for a solid mile. You’ll gain about 450 feet in elevation in this mile. It doesn’t sound like a lot, but it will put your legs and your lungs to the test. The trail here is mostly single track with some wider sections that look like they used to be fire roads. Run as much as you can – it’s only a mile. You peak out where Matt’s Trail intersects with Sawmill Road (don’t let the term fool you – it’s a fire road) and then you descend.The descent is fast since Sawmill Road is fairly “groomed” and doesn’t have a lot of wear and tear from runoff or loose rock. After about 1.2 miles, you divert off of Sawmill Road and back onto single track for a bit more technical running. This section lasts for just about a mile and then you re-connect with Sawmill Road and run just under a half-mile to the turnaround.Now begins your second ascent. The whole half marathon course has about 1,200 feet in total elevation gain, so that 450 feet you descended down before, you now have to climb back up. This section spreads the climb out over two miles so while it’s a bit gentler than your first climb, it seems like it lasts FOREVER. At 7.9 miles into the course you veer off of Sawmill Road and back onto single track via Erika’s Trail. You climb for about a half mile here and then begin a pretty technical (read rocky) decent. I constantly have to remind myself here to watch my ankles, stay on my toes and don’t let the feet get sloppy. That steep, technical descent lasts for about 3/4 of a mile and then it opens up onto less technical ground. At 9.5 miles the course flattens back out, albeit at a very gradual climb out to the pavement. Once you’re on the pavement, it’s a fast and flat return into the park where family, friends and spectators will be awaiting your arrival along with beer and a BBQ!
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    Arroyo Creek Half Marathon, 10k & 5k
    Sun 2nd Jun
    Simi Valley, CA, United States
    $35 - $95
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    Arroyo Creek Half Marathon, 10k & 5k

    Nikki's Doggie Daycare, 864 Pacific Ave, Simi Valley, CA 93065, USAView event
    About the event

    Race along the Arroyo bike path in this warm but well shaded summer run. A great event for all types of runners, the course is mostly flat, with only a few gentle hills. Come for the finisher's medal, tech t-shirt and post-race tacos.

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    Not All Wounds Bleed 5K
    Sat 8th Jun
    St. Charles, IL, United States
    $20 - $25
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    Not All Wounds Bleed 5K

    LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve, 37W700 Dean St, St. Charles, IL 60175, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Not All Wounds Bleed is a non-profit organisation based in St. Charles Illinois. Our all volunteer staff is dedicated to raising awareness about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) while providing links to resources that can assist those coping with post-traumatic stress and their families.

    The Not All Wounds Bleed 5k Run/Walk is our flagship awareness and fundraising event and takes place during PTSD Awareness Month every June.

    Join us on Saturday, June 9, 2018 at LeRoy Oakes Forest Preserve in St. Charles, IL as we break the PTSD Stigma one step at a time.

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    Deuces Wild Endurance Festival
    Sat 8th Jun
    Apache County, AZ, United States
    $35 - $225
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    Deuces Wild Endurance Festival

    White Mountains, White Mountains, Arizona 85941, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Deuces Wild Endurance Festival is the ultimate race weekend experience for the entire family. The Deuces Wild Endurance Festival is held in the cool White Mountains of northeastern Arizona. Held over two days in June, there are 15 separate races to choose from including triathlons, aquabike, runs and relays! Deuces Wild is also home to the Triathlon Club & Team World Championships with people from around the world coming to compete for the coveted titles!

    During and after there is incredible food and activities to keep you, your friends and family entertained.

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    Squaw Valley Half Marathon & Run to Squaw 8 Miler
    Sun 9th Jun
    Olympic Valley, CA, United States
    $60 - $95
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    Squaw Valley Half Marathon & Run to Squaw 8 Miler

    Tahoe Via Ferrata, 1985 Squaw Valley Rd #23, Olympic Valley, CA 96146, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Squaw Valley Half Marathon starts and finishes at the iconic Village At Squaw Valley, site of the historic 1960 Winter Olympics. The course is fast and flat, a scenic out and back featuring mainly paved trail through the valley and along the Truckee River. During the route keep an eye out for bald eagles, mule deer and trout leaping out of the river all while enjoying the cool, refreshing Sierra air.

    You will be supported by five aid stations along the course which will have water, electrolyte beverage and a variety of fruit and snacks. At the finish, we will have the music pumping, a selection of recovery foods and some ice cold Lagunitas beer and soda to celebrate your accomplishment.

    Stick around to cheer on the other runners and relax in the Village while enjoying a perfect Squaw Sunday afternoon. This one you will not want to miss!

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    Father’s Day Triathlon Festival
    Sat 15th Jun
    Clermont, FL, United States
    $75 - $95
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    Father’s Day Triathlon Festival

    7035 US-27, Clermont, FL 34714, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Swim in beautiful Lake Louisa in Lake County, a favored location for triathlons for many years. Bike on an almost flat and fast course! This venue is known for its awesome wide open asphalt roads that wind through beautiful natural landscapes.

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    Epic Series Sacramento
    Sat 22nd Jun
    $35 - $50
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    Epic Series Sacramento

    Sacramento, CA, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Get ready for an obstacle challenge of EPIC proportions! This ain't your grandma's mud run. EPIC Series is the next generation of obstacle course racing that combines functional cross-training, Strongman, and traditional obstacle course racing elements into the most EPIC course on the planet. No mud, no long-distance running, no ice baths or electric shocks. With Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced options at every challenge station, Athletes of all ability levels can conquer this course and #beEPIC!

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    Lake Tahoe Burton Creek Half Marathon Trail Run
    Sat 22nd Jun
    Tahoe City, CA, United States
    $35 - $65
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    Lake Tahoe Burton Creek Half Marathon Trail Run

    2355 N Lake Blvd, Tahoe City, CA 96145, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Burton Creek Trail Run takes place on a beautiful, fun and challenging trail system within Burton Creek State Park near Tahoe City, CA. The course features miles of single track through pine forests and high sierra meadows.

    Burton Creek drains the runoff from Mt. Watson into Lake Tahoe. Youll see and hear the creek often and June is a great wildflower time of year as well. Choose between from the 6K, 12K, or Half Marathon. The Burton Creek Half Marathon is one of the best Lake Tahoe Half Marathons. Also bring the kids as we offer age appropriate distance kids races for those 4 and older.

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    Run To The Beach Lake Tahoe
    Thu 4th Jul
    Tahoe Vista, CA, United States
    $35 - $55
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    Run To The Beach Lake Tahoe

    6600 Donner Rd, Tahoe Vista, CA 96148, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Come out with your friends and family and start your July 4th with a run, walk, or stroll to the Beach.

    The finish is on the Beach at the Tahoe Vista Recreation Area featuring a great beach for swimming! Tahoe Vista and North Lake Tahoe are great places to spend your July 4th weekend. Fireworks are scheduled for the evening of July 3rd!

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    XTERRA Crystal Cove Trail Run
    Tue 9th Jul
    Laguna Beach, CA, United States
    $50 - $110
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    XTERRA Crystal Cove Trail Run

    8471 N Coast Hwy, Laguna Beach, CA 92651, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Welcome to the SoCal XTERRA Trail Run Series!

    The XTERRA Crystal Cove Trail Run takes place in Crystal Cove State Park - El Moro which is located five miles south of Newport Beach and/or five miles north of Laguna Beach. The race features two distances - an introductory 6k trail run and a longer 15k trail run for the more experienced runner. This all takes place on fire roads and single track trails in the El Moro area of Crystal Cove State Park. Race field is limited, so enter early.

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    Tahoe Trail 100
    Sat 13th Jul
    Truckee, CA, United States
    $85 - $215
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    Tahoe Trail 100

    Northstar California Resort, 5001 Northstar Dr, Truckee, CA 96161, USAView event
    About the event

    The course is simply spectacular - sweeping views and a fun and challenging course. There’s a good bit of fast, fun and flowy trail riding and plenty of hills to let you know where you stand with your training. The 6,000 to 8,000 foot elevation will give you a good taste of the thinner air.

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    Lake Norman Forest Run Half Marathon & 5K
    Sat 13th Jul
    Troutman, NC, United States
    $25 - $75
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    Lake Norman Forest Run Half Marathon & 5K

    759 State Park Rd, Troutman, NC 28166, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Join us for what is bound to become a summertime tradition! Mostly in the shade on the well-paved roads of Lake Norman State Park.

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    Shoreline Marathon
    Sun 14th Jul
    Ventura, CA, United States
    $45 - $130
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    Shoreline Marathon

    102 Ventura Promenade, Ventura, CA 93001, USAView event
    About the event

    Make the most your Sunday morning and soak up the ocean views in races from 5k up to a marathon. With plenty of flat miles along the coast (plus a couple of moderate hills), this race is ideal for new and experienced runners alike. Don't miss the finisher's t-shirt, medal, free beer and tacos.

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    Moss Park Forest Run
    Sat 20th Jul
    $25 - $50
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    Moss Park Forest Run

    12901 Moss Park Rd, Orlando, FL 32832, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Heralded as the best off-road running venue in Florida, this is a MUST for anyone who considers themselves a runner. Join us for a 90% shaded course.

    10K / 5K / Distance Dare (15k)

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    Donner Lake Triathlon
    Sat 20th Jul
    Truckee, CA, United States
    $41 - $296
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    Donner Lake Triathlon

    Truckee, CA 96161, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The Donner Lake Triathlon is held at West End Beach on Donner Lake in Truckee California.

    Truckee is one of those places that you'll want to live if you don't already. Noted by the editors of National Geographic Adventure as one of the worlds top ski towns, Truckee also offers those who love the mountains and outdoors with endless summer adventure opportunities.

    Donner Lake is 2.7 miles long and 1/2 mile wide. The water is clear and clean with a maximum depth of 328 feet. West End Beach, operated by the Truckee Donner Recreation and Parks District, serves as the main venue. A sandy beach with majestic views of the surrounding Sierra Mountains awaits you.

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    $64 - $269
    1 review
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    The San Francisco Marathon

    182 Howard St, San Francisco, CA 94105, USAView event
    1 review
    About the event

    Set an early alarm for this bucket list event around SF. Get an all-access pass to the SF sights, including the Golden Gate Bridge and Fisherman's Wharf, and take up the challenge (expect hills - it's SF after all). Come for the finisher's medal and atmosphere of the on-course cheer stations.

    Reviews
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2011

      Great to be able to run over the Golden Gate Bridge!! Good fun but early start.
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    Epic Series Huntington Beach
    $35 - $80
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    Epic Series Huntington Beach

    Huntington Beach, CA, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Get ready for an obstacle challenge of EPIC proportions! This ain't your grandma's mud run. EPIC Series is the next generation of obstacle course racing that combines functional cross-training, Strongman, and traditional obstacle course racing elements into the most EPIC course on the planet. No mud, no long-distance running, no ice baths or electric shocks. With Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced options at every challenge station, Athletes of all ability levels can conquer this course and #beEPIC!

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    Camarillo Marathon, Half Marathon, 10k & 5k
    Sun 11th Aug
    Sanger, CA, United States
    $45 - $130
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    Camarillo Marathon, Half Marathon, 10k & 5k

    2630 Croydon Drive, Sanger, CA 93657, USAView event
    About the event

    Enjoy the whoops and cheers of the crowd as you take on 4 laps of this well-known course. Flat as a pancake and on entirely paved roads, this is a good one if you're after a PR. And who can say no to the promise of post-race street tacos?

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    Marlette Lake Tahoe 50K & 10 Miles Trail Run
    Sun 11th Aug
    Carson City, NV, United States
    $65 - $105
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    Marlette Lake Tahoe 50K & 10 Miles Trail Run

    Carson City, NV 89703, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Both the Marlette 50K and 10 Miler are RRCA Nevada State Championship Events!

    The Marlette 50K is a truly adventurous romp through some of planet earths most scenic and challenging trails. Based at Spooner Lake in Lake Tahoe Nevadas State Park the run features 30 miles of epic trail and view. Think prime Sierra single track and add in 360 degree panorama views of Lake Tahoe, the Carson Valley and Range. Marlette Lake lies in the middle of the course and if youre heating up during the run feel free to take a plunge.

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    XTERRA Lake Tahoe 5K and 10K
    Sat 17th Aug
    Incline Village, NV, United States
    $11 - $50
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    XTERRA Lake Tahoe 5K and 10K

    Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe, 111 Country Club Dr, Incline Village, NV 89451, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The XTERRA Lake Tahoe 5k and 10k trail run happens on the same day as XTERRA Lake Tahoe Offroad Triathlon. The course starts and finishes at the Village Green in Incline Village, NV.

    This is a large open grass community field. The event is set up and staged from here. From the starting area the course heads north and onto the great trail system featuring tall pines, aspens and creek crossings. Run one lap for the 5K or two for the 10K. The second lap starts right back in the venue creating a fun viewing area to cheer on the 10K participants.

    Bring the kids as this is a great venue for our shorter kids races for ages 4-12 years.

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    America's Finest City Half Marathon & 5K
    Sun 18th Aug
    $40 - $115
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    America's Finest City Half Marathon & 5K

    Cabrillo National Monument, 1800 Cabrillo Memorial Dr, San Diego, CA 92106, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    San Diegos fastest and most scenic half marathon. Run from the Cabrillo National Monument atop the tip of Point Loma, along San Diego Bay, Harbor Island, Embarcadero, past the Star of India, through downtown San Diego to a rousing finish in historic Balboa Park.

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    Believe Strong Triathlon Festival
    Sat 24th Aug
    Clermont, FL, United States
    $75 - $100
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    Believe Strong Triathlon Festival

    Clermont, FL, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Swim in beautiful Lake Louisa in Lake County, a favoured location for triathlons for many years. Bike on an almost flat and fast course! This venue is known for its awesome wide open asphalt roads that wind through beautiful natural landscapes.

    Sprint / Olympic Triathlon

    Sprint / Olympic Duathlon

    Sprint / Olympic Triathlon and Relays

    My First Triathlon

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    Epic Series – San Diego
    Tue 17th Sep
    $35 - $55
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    Epic Series – San Diego

    1590 East Mission Bay Drive, San Diego, CA 92109, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Get ready for an obstacle challenge of EPIC proportions! This ain't your grandma's mud run. EPIC Series is the next generation of obstacle course racing that combines functional cross-training, Strongman, and traditional obstacle course racing elements into the most EPIC course on the planet. No mud, no long-distance running, no ice baths or electric shocks. With Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced options at every challenge station, Athletes of all ability levels can conquer this course and #beEPIC!

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    Zombie Charge – Austin
    Sat 21st Sep
    $30 - $69
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    Zombie Charge – Austin

    1900 Wayward Sun Dr, Austin, TX 78754, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    The annual Zombie Charge 5K is an obstacle race and unique experience where your sole purpose is to survive! As a runner you will deal with a variety of challenges and try to make it to the finish line with your flags. Or you can be the zombie charging runners and capturing their flags.

    Zombie Charge is the most authentic 5k zombie mud run with obstacles, fields, muddy trenches, creepy creeks, horror ridden hills, trails, mud and surprises for the first time in the Capital of Texas!

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    Epic Triathlon Festival
    Sat 21st Sep
    Clermont, FL, United States
    $85
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    Epic Triathlon Festival

    Clermont, FL, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Swim in beautiful Lake Louisa State park. This race is held in remembrance of Local triathlete Roy McConnell who was tragically killed in a car accident with his sons.

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    Harvest Half Marathon 5k,10k
    Sun 22nd Sep
    $35 - $95
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    Harvest Half Marathon 5k,10k

    6350 Woodley Ave, Van Nuys, CA 91436, USAView event
    About the event

    Race in the third of this 3 race series around the Lake Balboa bike path at Woodley Park. This is a great local race for all types of runners to chase those PRs. Come for the goody bag, t-shirt and, if you complete all 3 races, an exclusive Series Finisher medal.

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    Zombie Charge – South Padre Island
    Sat 12th Oct
    South Padre Island, TX, United States
    $30 - $69
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    Zombie Charge – South Padre Island

    7200 Padre Blvd, South Padre Island, TX 78597, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    5K. Obstacles. Zombies...on the beach! Zombie Charge is headed to the beautiful destination of South Padre on 10/12/2019 with an apocalyptic obstacle adventure filled obstacles, challenges, zombies and an after party of awesomeness ready for you at the finish!

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    Jeepers Creepers Run
    Sun 13th Oct
    Ventura, CA, United States
    $35 - $100
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    Jeepers Creepers Run

    Foster Park, 37 Casitas Vista Rd, Ventura, CA 93001, USAView event
    About the event

    Head over to Ventura for a 5K, 10K or half marathon along the Ojai bike path. Courses don't get much flatter than this, so this race is well-suited to all types of runner. Come for goodies galore, including a finisher's medal, t-shirt and water bottle.

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    $30 - $155
    1 review
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    Bike the Coast

    Oceanside Pier, Oceanside, CA, USAView event
    1 review
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Experience gorgeous riding on the Southern California coast with 100, 50, 25, 7 or 15 mile routes on Highway 101. This is a rules of the road ride, all traffic laws will be strictly enforced by municipal police departments, it is the riders responsibility to know, understand and obey all traffic laws.

    Reviews
    • Did the event in 2017

      I was really excited to travel to Ca from Massachusetts to visit and ride in San Diego! I have never been to the area before, but have friends who moved there and talk about how bike friendly the area is.
      I arrived Friday at SD airport and picked up my rental car, rental bike from Nytro Multisport in Encinitas. I then made my way to Oceanside Pier for the packet pickup and expo. Oh!I was so excited with the ocean views, breeze, temps and just in awe :)
      We received a nice goodie bag with some coupons, and a pint glass :) I picked up my cycling jersey, which is sweet.
      There was no stress since its not a race, its a ride.
      Saturday morning 6:50am start was just beautiful, course was well marked, aid stations stocked with everything you need, and enthusiastic volunteers.
      Finish line had medals, bike valet, food trucks, beer tent, live music and more.
      I have a full review with more photos on my blog.
      I highly recommend this beautiful coastal course, as it offers 25, 50 and 100 mile options, at a very no stress level. Follow their Facebook and Instagram sites to stay updated, and they have contests on entries, shirts, gift certificates and more.
      Put this destination ride on your list. There's nothing like riding the coast of Ca!
      #bikethecoast http://brendaruns.tumblr.com
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    Zombie Charge – Houston
    Sat 2nd Nov
    $30 - $39
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    Zombie Charge – Houston

    11610 N Lake Houston Pkwy, Houston, TX 77044, USAView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    Zombie Charge is the most authentic 5k zombie mud run with obstacles, fields, muddy trenches, creepy creeks, horror ridden hills, trails, mud pits and surprises coming back to Houston in a new location.

    The annual Zombie Charge 5K is an obstacle race and unique experience where your sole purpose is to survive! As a runner you will deal with a variety of challenges and try to make it to the finish line with your flags. Or you can be the zombie charging runners and capturing their flags.

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    Ultra X Mexico
    Sat 2nd Nov
    Chihuahua, Chih., Mexico
    £300
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    Ultra X Mexico

    Calle Mariano Jiménez 302b, Bolívar, Zona Centro, 31000 Chihuahua, Chih., MexicoView event
    About the event
    From the organiser

    **IMPORTANT NOTE: The full ticket price is GBP 1,500 pp for individual entry & GBP 1,100 for team entry (team is 3 or more). The GBP 300 is a non-refundable deposit only.**

    Ultra X Mexico takes participants to the southwestern part of the state of Chihuahua, the home of the original ultra-runners, the Tarahumara, and the spectacular mountain trails of the Copper Canyon as famously written about in Born to Run.

    The Tarahumaras word for themselves, Raramuri, means those who run fast.

    Competitors will have a chance to find out the truth of this for themselves.

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    Surfers Point Marathon, Half, 10k & 5k
    Sun 10th Nov
    Ventura, CA, United States
    $45 - $130
    4 reviews
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    Surfers Point Marathon, Half, 10k & 5k

    State Beach Access Rd, Ventura, CA 93001, USAView event
    4 reviews
    About the event

    What better way to wrap up the fall running season than with a seaside marathon. This course will appeal to all types of runners, being largely flat and picturesque, with only a few hills to keep you on your toes. Treat yourself to free tacos and beer at the end of the race.

    Reviews
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

      It's a good idea to bring your own nutrition. They had water and Gatorade on course but no gels, or snacks.
    • Did the Marathon in 2018

      This course is nice because it is relatively flat, although there are a few minor inclines to test the legs. I ran the marathon and the out and back (x2) format was a little difficult mentally but the cool ocean breeze and the ocean views made for a very nice race.
    • Did the Half Marathon in 2018

      It was pretty much what i was expecting, it was exciting and fun
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