Race Schedule

I will do my best to keep this page updated with up-coming XC and track races that allow open runners as well as road races that have certified courses. However, I would recommend you always check to make sure the race info is correct before you go to the race. When ever possible I have included the website address for the race. Please let me know if there are any corrections or additions that need to be made to this schedule.

XC Races

November 21

Northwest Region XC Championships – open and masters – Plantes Ferry Park, Spokane

December 12

USATF National Club XC Championships – Lexington, KY – http://www.usatf.org/events/2009/USATFClubXCChampionships/

February 13

USA XC Championships – Plantes Ferry Park, Spokane – http://www.usatf.org/events/2010/USAXCChampionships/

Indoor Track and Field

March 1-6

World Masters Indoor Championships – age 35 and over – Kamloops, BC, Canada – http://www.kamloops2010masters.com/ – http://www.usatf.org/events/2010/WorldMastersAthleticsChampionshipsIndoor/

Certified Road Races

November 14

Fowl Fun Run 10K and 2 mile – Mount Vernon – flat – http://skagitrunners.org/fowlfunrun.shtml

Columbia River Classic 10 Miler – Richland – http://www.3rrr.org/?f=4002&activityId=403

November 29
 
Seattle Marathon and Half Marathon – http://www.seattlemarathon.org/
 
December 12
 
Christmas Rush 5K and 10K – Kent – flat – http://www.ci.kent.wa.us/arts/page.aspx?id=1424

December 13
 
Jingle Bell Run 5K – Westlake Center, Seattle – http://www.seattlejinglebellrun.org/

December 20
 
The 12K’s of Christmas – Kirkland – http://www.12ksofchristmas.com/

2 responses to “Race Schedule

  1. Can the Rainier to Ruston Rail-Trail Relay and Ultra be listed on your web site calendar? We have both running and walking relays as well as 50K and 50M ultra events. And, we are a qualifier for the famous Western States 100-mile Endurance Run. Here is some info from which you can extract the data you want to display.

    In a celebration of National Trails Day 2009, runners and walkers will take on the 7th annual Rainier to Ruston Relay and Ultra, down the Foothills Trail from the Carbon River entrance at Mt. Rainier National Park to Puget Sound. Solo walkers and walking teams do the first 27M to Orting, running teams do all 50M, and ultras do either 50K or 50M to Tacoma’s Ruston Way. The course passes through pristine wilderness and historic communities, following the old Northern Pacific railroad route. At each exchange walkers and runners ring a RR bell before handing off to their teammates. This event benefits the Foothills Rails-to-Trails Coalition which is dedicated to completing a contiguous, non-motorized, public trail from Mt. Rainier to Tacoma.

    Event Date: Saturday, June 6, 2009
    Race Headquarters: South Prairie, WA
    Distances: 27M solo walkers and walking relay teams over 6 legs; 50M running relay teams over 12 legs; 50K and 50M ultras
    Categories: solo walkers (men & women), walking relay teams (2, 3, & 6), running relay teams (2, 3, 4, & 6), 50K/50M ultras (men & women)
    Divisions: open, military, high school, collegiate, masters, super masters, challenged
    Event Website: http://www.rainiertoruston.com/
    Event Email: markus@rainiertoruston.com
    Event Phone: 253-381-1358

    See you on National Trails Day!

    John S. Selby
    Founder and Assistant Race Director
    Rainier to Ruston Rail-Trail Relay and Ultra, http://www.rainiertoruston.com/
    a National Trails Day event sponsored by the Foothills Trail Coalition, Pierce County Parks, and Fleet Feet Sports
    drawing public attention to the Foothills Trail with “An Adventure in Your Own Backyard!”

    304 participants in 2008
    11 solo and 10 teams walking 27 miles (6 legs)
    3 ultras running 50 K
    12 ultras and 38 teams running 50 miles (12 legs)
    21 out of 50 miles of trail have been completed.

  2. Pingback: Rainier To Ruston Rail-Trail Relay « Northwest Running and Racing

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