Whether you’re training for your first triathlon, seeking out your next 5K or on the hunt for a healthy food fest, we’ve got you covered with our best event picks around the Northwest.
On Dec. 20 the Magnificent Forest offers runners a balanced mix of bustling city routes with a view of Lake Washington and the quiet, dense forest. The 4.2 mile and 10k runs are the fourth event in the Winter Trail Series. http://bit.ly/12k5Il3
If you missed out on the Thanksgiving Day Trot, Magnuson Park is hosting another round of 5k, 10k, and 15ks with the Kids Dash on Dec. 20. Bring your most festive running gear, and fight for the prize: $100 for first place, $50 for 2nd, and $40 for 3rd.
Walk, run or crawl wherever and whenever you can from Dec. 20-28 to support the Children’s Health Fund. Participants will receive a medal and bib in the mail, and all of the run’s proceeds will go to providing healthcare for the nation’s most medically underserved children.
Put a little jingle in your step for the 2014 Tacoma Jingle Bell Run at Wright Park! Prizes will be given out for: The ugliest sweater, best overall costume, best group/family costume and the best dog costume. Don’t forget to put bells on your shoes!
The 5K and 1 mile trek for this year’s New Yearathon kicks-off the 2015 Uberthon events. All participants will receive event medals.
The Fight For Air Climb is a “vertical footrace” benefiting the American Lung Association and the fight against lung disease. Stair climbing is a low-impact, high-energy workout for weekend warriors and elite athletes alike. Climb 40 floors at Rainier Tower in downtown Seattle up to 4 times on Saturday, January 24.
This half-marathon celebration of rain will take place just east of Seattle on the Sammamish River Trail between Redmond and Woodinville. The race on January 24th will provide a flat surface for experienced and novice runners and all participants will be offered food, a rain umbrella and the chance to win prizes at the end of the race.
The Fight For Air Climb is a “vertical footrace” benefiting the American Lung Association and the fight against lung disease. Stair climbing is a low-impact, high-energy workout for weekend warriors or elite athletes alike; climb 40 floors at US Bancorp Tower in Portland on Sunday, January 25.
Come dressed in your most crazy and fanatical sports gear to show support for your favorite team! It can be professional, collegiate, or even a high school team. Just show your team spirit! Proceeds from our 5K will go towards supporting FCA Camp & Coach Scholarship Fund.