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Tag Archives: Races
The Mount Hood Cycling Classic is June 1-6. This year’s course had to have some course changes because of unplowed snow on part of the original course. The course closest to the mountain itself is Stage 4 Wy’East Road Race … Continue reading
The Rainier to Ruston 50 mile marathon on the Foothills Trail from Rainier to Puget Sound will be June 5. It celebrates Trail Days. It starts on the 1,700 level on Rainier. Its graphic notes it’s “from Tahoma to Tacoma” … Continue reading
The Mount Magazine 15K Run sponsored by the River Valley Runners will be June 5 starting at the Havana School.
Tim Bourassa of Winchester, Massachusetts, runs his marathons and races barefoot including the Mount Washington Road Race. Experts say this practice results in less “impact collision” with the ground when running. Last year he ran the New York Marathon in … Continue reading
The Mount Washington Road Race Records and Hall of Fame has just launched. You check out their fan page on Facebook or their real blogspot world page (with actual records). There’s also the official page. The race will be June … Continue reading
The Thunderbolt ski race down Mount Greylock is back on today after problems with not enough snow. Article
On July 24 about 90 of the world’s most seasoned long-distance runners will take on the notoriously grueling Badwater Ultramarathon, which begins in the belly of Death Valley and ends more than halfway up Mount Whitney, the tallest peak in … Continue reading
The Tri Peaks Bicycling Challenge is the third week of May and is sanctioned by USA Cycling Association.
The Assault on Mount Mitchell Bicycle Race is held traditionally the third week in May. In 2005 it is on May 20. It is sponsored by The Freewheelers of Spartenberg, SC.
The Black Mountain Marathon up Mount Mitchell for 2005 will be February 26. The race begins at dawn in Black Mountain and follows trails to 6,684′ summit of Mount Mitchell then return to the start/finish area! With a starting altitude … Continue reading