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Race recap: Lucky Dog 5k (aka Slightly Soggy Dog 5k!)

This year I decided to forgo the adidas Shamrock Run. It’s a lot of fun, but I didn’t want to shell out that much money, or deal with 35,000 people all in one place. 587 more words


Race Preview: Vernonia Marathon and Half Marathon April 12 2015

The Oregon Road Runners Club is known for putting on well organized, low key and yet awesome events.  The Vernonia Marathon and Half Marathon, which will be held Sunday April 12 will be no exception. 524 more words

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Race recap: 2015 Couve Clover Run - Joe's report

Over 500 runners and walkers turned out in downtown Vancouver on Sunday, March 22nd for the inaugural Couve Clover Run, which included 3-, 7-, and 10-mile races. 543 more words

Greater Portland Running

Race Preview: 2015 Soles2Souls 5K/10K (Beaverton)

On April 4, I’ll be running the fourth annual Sole2Souls run in Beaverton. The standard Run Oregon race preview can be found here.

I was delighted to get one of the Run Oregon comps for this race. 258 more words


Small race preview: 3rd Annual Stoller Community 5K Run/Walk and free Jr. Jaguar Jog (Portland, OR)

The 3rd Annual Stoller Community 5k Run/Walk and free Jr. Jaguar Jog races are organized by the Stoller Middle School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO). This event raises money for Stoller’s phys ed and health teachers to purchase fitness equipment and pay for programs for the school, and the Run Oregon bloggers who have participated in the 2013 and 2014 events really enjoyed it! 132 more words


A Family Event: Run with the Eagle 5k at Sexton Mountain Elementary on April 11th

Run with the Eagle 5k is a great opportunity to get out, get a little exercise and support Sexton Mountain Elementary School.  Saturday, April 11th the run starts and finishes at the school and weaves through Beaverton neighborhoods. 276 more words


Race Preview: 2015 Falcon 15K Relay

The Falcon 15K Relay will once again be held at Liberty High School in Hillsboro. If you enjoy the camaraderie of  a relay, but would rather skip the traffic, van rides, and lack of sleep that a traditional relay provides – this event is right up your alley!   316 more words