During the Coronavirus pandemic we are committed to keep the calendar up to date, however we strongly advise that you check with the organizers before deciding to participate in a running event, to make sure it is not postponed or cancelled.



A ROAD RACE SERIES THAT HIGHLIGHTS LOCAL TRIBES - The 2021 Run the Peninsula Road Race Series features 5 races and 5 medals that highlight local tribes. The Run the Peninsula partnered with two of the local tribes in Washington, the Lower Elwha Klallam tribe and the Jamestown Sā Klallam tribe to create the 2021 medals. All of the medals are based on existing tribal artwork and were designed in collaboration with the tribes. On the back of each medal is a description of the origination and meaning of the artwork. All of the medals magnetize to a wooden stand to form a tribal totem. If you do all 5 races you will receive the wooden totem that will showcase the impressive accomplishment. Find out more at www.runthepeninsula.com.
Jan

30

2021

Fort Worth, Texas (United States of America) - "El Frio 50". Bring your coat, cooler and perseverance because we have brought a very popular event back to life! Located near downtown Fort Worth between the botanical gardens and Clear Fork Trinity River lies beautiful Trinity Park and Trinity Trails - the staging area for El Frio 50 & El Fuego 50. These no frills races are part of a two part series designed to be run at opposite times of the year (winter & summer). The course showcases some of the best views of the Fort Worth skyline while winding along the river and through old growth oak trees. Participants will enjoy downtown views, music, food, and a flat, fast 3.1 mile loop course consisting of mostly pavement with a small portion of gravel road. If you are looking for a challenge that is as cold as the Frio River then this unique experience is for you. This race was designed on a course for PRs or to break into the ultra scene! www.ultraexpeditions.com/elfrio50

Jan

30

2021

Bradenton, Florida (United States of America) - "Manasota Wine Run 5k". Like Running or Walking? Love Wine? This race is for you! Join us on Saturday, January 30th, 2021 at 9:00am for an exciting new event that features the scenic views of Manasota Vineyards featuring a great assortment of locally produced wines! With registration options for all wine lovers and runners, this race is a sure thing for a great time! This race is timed and scored by J3 Timing. Results will be posted at www.J3Timing.com. All participants receive a sweet finisher medal and a glass of wine, so there are no age group awards at this race. But we will have live results broken down into overall and age group format for you to view. Two registration options available: 1) 5k Run/Walk (run or walk the 5k course with the rest of the field, then enjoy a full pour at the finish line with your friends!); 2) 0.0 K Race (spectators are also encouraged to attend! The 0k option gains you access to the race and includes a full pour and a souvenir wine glass... and you don't even have to run!). SOCIAL DISTANCING UPDATE: This race will feature the following guidelines to ensure safety for participants, volunteers, and event staff: Extended Packet Pickup Hours (and group pickup options); Open Start Line (race will not start as a group, your chip time starts when you start the race); Wave Starts (start times extended from 9-10am); Open Area (start line and race staging will be spread out to maximize social distancing); Results posted online only, all participants receive finisher medals (no age group ceremony); Post Race Party (wine tickets are good any time throughout the weekend to reduce group size at the Winery); Free Transfer to Virtual Race. If conditions change, or you change your mind, we will ship your packet and swag to your address. Is the race only for 21+? No, minors are welcome to participate, but they will get a free soda instead of wine. www.runsignup.com/Race/FL/Bradenton/ManasotaWineRun5k?raceRefCode=QLIXCBo9

Jan

30

2021

Marietta, Georgia (United States of America) - "Polar Bear Run". The race is in its 33rd year. The first race in 1989 had 300 participants, and has steadily grown to its current 2000 participant limit. Proceeds from the race benefit participants of JF High School Student Music who need financial assistance for the annual Mission/Choir Tour. Students rehearse weekly to learn songs, drama skits, and dance routines to use both in local worship and tour opportunities. www.polarbear-run.com

Jan

30

2021

Pasco, Washington (United States of America) - "Big Cross Frozen Tundra 2.5 Mile Trail Run". At a time when Cross Country seasons have been postponed or canceled, State Championship competitions would have already taken place, and opportunities for in-person races for all have been minimal, here is an opportunity for teens and others to participate in an in-person cross-country trail run. This target audience for this run is High School and other Cross Country runners. According to State guidelines for timed races, participants will start in waves of 10 people and waves will be one minute apart. There will be two groups each for male and female, Level A and Level B, each limited to 40 participants. The course will be 2.5 miles in length on the woodchip / dirt / gravel trails at Big Cross in Pasco. Participants will be the only ones allowed within the start / finish area. They must arrive no more than 15 minutes before their race start time and must leave the start / finish area upon completing their race. They must also wear a mask before starting and after finishing their race and take care to give space when passing or being passed on the trail. According to State guidelines NO SPECTATORS ARE ALLOWED. The guidelines do allow however for, "A member of the same household of a participant or a coach may provide support for a participant along the activity area... The support person must always remain at least 6 feet away from all people aside from their athlete and may not visit the start or finish to avoid congestion or crowding in these areas. Only one parent allowed per participant. Spectators are not allowed in the start / finish area and must social distance from others when watching." (See WA State Phase 2 & 3 Running Race Covid19 Opening Requirements). Volunteers are needed, if interested in helping as a volunteer for set-up, course monitoring, and at the start / finish line please contact kubalekb@pasco-wa.gov. This is a way to have a second family member / friend at the event but volunteer space is limited. All Volunteers will be required to arrive at 7:30am for a safety briefing and will be required to wear a mask, social distance, stay home if sick and follow other Covid safety protocols. All race participants will receive a neck gaiter face-cover scarf. www.runsignup.com/Race/WA/Pasco/TheBigCrossTeen25mileTrailRun

Feb

06

2021

Sedona, Arizona (United States of America) - "Virtual RunSedona 5K/10K/Half/Full". Run or walk from where you live! www.sedonamarathon.com

Feb

06

2021

Port Angeles, Washington (United States of America) - "Elwha River Bridge Run". Join us in the 1st of 5 races in the 2021 Run the Peninsula Road Race Series, Elwha River Bridge 5K / 10K. The 5K and 10K will be an out and back on the Olympic Discovery Trail. The 5K and 10K will start at 9:30 am Saturday, February 6th at Lower Elwha Bridge, Port Angeles, WA. There is also a virtual option for the Elwha River Bridge Run. www.runthepeninsula.com

Feb

06

2021

Huntsville, Texas (United States of America) - "Rocky Raccoon 100 Endurance Trail Run". Known as the perfect trail running course for veteran runners wanting a 100 mile P.R., as well as the perfect race for rookie ultra runners wanting a good setup to accomplish their goal. Expect frequent and incredible (known around the world) aid station support all day and night. Generous cut-offs. A fun atmosphere for family, friends, and awaiting crew members with 4 x 25 mile beautiful loops around the lake, over wooden bridges, and through the tall pines. Gently undulating trails on a bed of pine needles. Don't let the name fool you, you don't have to worry about rocks on this course, but keep your eyes on the tree roots grabbing at your feet. www.tejastrails.com/rocky100

Feb

06

2021

Rogersville, Missouri (United States of America) - "Cabin Fever 5K, 10K & 20K". Join us at the 6th Annual Cabin Fever Reliever 5K, 10K & 20K. The 20K opens up the field to make and break state records in Missouri. The course is USTAF Certified in Rogersville, MO and includes great scenery and a couple of rolling hills. This is a perfect chance to test your endurance and compete for a State record and automatic PR for any first-time 20K-ers. This race benefits Gathering Friends - Bring your items to packet pickup or race morning to be donated. www.actnowracing.com/events/567/cabin-fever-5k-10k-20k

Feb

07

2021

Huntington Beach, California (United States of America) - "Surf City Marathon & Half Marathon". This award-winning, Boston-Qualifying, course is considered one of the best courses in the Country and is well known for being scenic and flat. Runners come from all over to experience this exhilarating run. The race starts along the Pacific Coast Highway and passes by the famous Huntington Beach pier. www.runsurfcity.com

Feb

07

2021

Davenport, Florida (United States of America) - "True Blue Wine Run 5k". Like Running or Walking? Love Wine? This race is for you! Join us on Sunday, February 7th, 2021 at 9:00am for an exciting new event that features the scenic views of True Blue Winery and Davenport Florida and features a great assortment of locally produced blueberry and wines along with an excellent assortment of partner wines for grape lovers! With registration options for all wine lovers and runners, this race is a sure thing for a great time! This race is timed and scored by J3 Timing. Results will be posted at www.J3Timing.com. All participants receive a sweet finisher medal and a glass of wine, so there are no age group awards at this race. But we will have live results broken down into overall and age group format for you to view. Two registration options available: 1) 5k Run/Walk (run or walk the 5k course with the rest of the field, then enjoy a full pour at the finish line with your friends!); 2) 0.0 K Race (spectators are also encouraged to attend! The 0k option gains you access to the race and includes a full pour and a souvenir wine glass... and you don't even have to run!). SOCIAL DISTANCING UPDATE: This race will feature the following guidelines to ensure safety for participants, volunteers, and event staff: Extended Packet Pickup Hours (and group pickup options); Open Start Line (race will not start as a group, your chip time starts when you start the race); Wave Starts (start times extended from 9-10am); Open Area (start line and race staging will be spread out to maximize social distancing); Results posted online only, all participants receive finisher medals (no age group ceremony); Post Race Party (wine tickets are good any time throughout the weekend to reduce group size at the Winery); Free Transfer to Virtual Race. If conditions change, or you change your mind, we will ship your packet and swag to your address. Social Distancing/Mask Wearing - participants will be required to follow the local health mandates in place at the time and location of the event. Our pre-race email will have reminders of current guidelines and our announcer will encourage these guidelines at the event as well. Is the race only for 21+? No, minors are welcome to participate, but they will get a free soda instead of wine. www.runsignup.com/Race/FL/Davenport/TrueBlueWineRun5k?raceRefCode=13Vtfq1S



 
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