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.


Jun

05

2020

Virgin, Utah (United States of America) - "Zion at Night". One cannot say they've experienced all the best things in life until they've basked in the solitude of the desert. And what better way to do that, than to run Zion at night! Introducing a new racing format we are testing out- small group half marathons. This course is challenging, but is not exclusive to experienced runners. Keep in mind, this is a trail race, and you'll be running in the dark, so don your headlamp and get ready to run under the full moon in Zion! www.vacationraces.com/small-group-half-marathons/zion-at-night

Jun

05

2020

Sparta, North Carolina (United States of America) - "Get Outside Mountain Relay". The GOMR is the most unique 210-mile team road relay ever developed. The innovative Hub and Spoke system allows runners to enjoy nature and the serenity of running in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains without hundreds of white vans passing you. Teams enjoy a camping area for the weekend where they can relax, play games, sleep, and shower between runs. And GOMR is the greenest road relay because we rent the shuttles that carry runners out to their starting spots and back to GOMR Village when they've finished a leg. GOMR also has many options. 12 person, 210-mile relay - 6-9 person, 105-mile relay - 6-9 person, 105-mile ruck relay - 1 person, 53-mile ultra - 1 person, 105-mile ultra. www.getoutsidemountainrelay.com

Jun

06

2020

Doswell, Virginia (United States of America) - "Run & Ride Kings Dominion". Half Marathon, Quarter Marathon, 5K, and 1-mile runs through amazing amusement parks. www.runandriderace.com/kings-dominion

Jun

06

2020

Campbellsport, Wisconsin (United States of America) - "The Wine Run 5k Run/Walk - Armstrong Winery". Love Wine? Enjoy running or walking? This race is for you! Join us for an exciting event that features the sweet mix of Grapes and Apples provided by the unique Armstrong Orchard and Winery! Visit this Family farm located between Fond du Lac and Plymouth with great roots (literally) in the local and wine community. 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. NEW THIS YEAR: FINISHER MEDAL FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS. www.runsignup.com/Race/WI/Campbellsport/WineRun5k?raceRefCode=jgzlyGH5

Jun

06

2020

Clermont, Florida (United States of America) - "Cool Sommer Mornings 5K - June". Fun themed Race series at Lake Minneola. The course is out and back along South Lake Trail waterfront. The Cool Sommer Mornings Series kicks off with a fun SciFi movie themed event. Other series events will feature Fantasy, Comedy, and Adventure movies for themes. www.sommersports.com/Events/Multisport/Cool-Sommer-Mornings-Multisport-Series-Event-1

Jun

06

2020

Portland, Maine (United States of America) - "Old Port Half Marathon and 5K". The Shipyard Old Port Half Marathon and 5K is returning to Portland on June 6, 2020 with another great event! Join thousands of athletes at Maine's premier half marathon and enjoy spectacular views of lighthouses and civil war-era forts as you run along the waterfront of Casco Bay, then celebrate your finish with a block party featuring Shipyard craft beer, ice cream, pizza, and live music! The Shipyard Old Port Half features a USATF-certified single-loop course with jaw-dropping views of Casco Bay! From the Start to Mile 3, you'll run along beautiful tree-lined streets filled with 19th-century mansions while gradually climbing 120 feet to the course's highest point. From there you'll be treated to scenic views of the Fore River before a refreshing downhill that brings you to sea level, where you'll begin an 8-mile journey along Portland's waterfront. From Mile 5.5 to Mile 11, you'll run right next to the shore along the paved Eastern Promenade Trail and the packed cinder Back Cove Trail. Along the way you'll pass by the historic Grand Trunk Railroad trestle bridge, stuck in the open position since a fire in 1984, and the city's urban art project showcasing modern graffiti art. Near Mile 11 you'll climb 100 feet to the shaded Eastern Promenade where you'll have sweeping views of Casco Bay, including islands, lighthouses, civil war-era forts, ferries, and sailboats. In the last downhill mile you'll pass the Shipyard brewery before heading back into the cobblestone streets of the Old Port district. The Shipyard Old Port 5K features a single-loop course that is completely closed to traffic. From the Start in the heart of the historic Old Port district you'll run along beautiful tree-lined streets filled with 19th-century homes and buildings while gradually climbing 75 feet in the first mile to the course's highest point. From there you'll drop down to sea level, where you'll enjoy running along Portland's waterfront and back into the Old Port. https://go.evvnt.com/620586-0?pid=4454

Jun

06

2020

Portland, Oregon (United States of America) - "Rugged Maniac 5k Obstacle Race - Portland". 50% FESTIVAL + 50% MUD RUN = 100% AWESOME! The 5,000-person party starts at 8:30 a.m. with a DJ on the main stage, booths giving away free stuff, all kinds of interactive games (dance-offs, stein-hoisting, pie-eating), and tasty food and beer to keep you fueled all day. The best part? The festival and games are completely FREE, no ticket required, so even your least adventurous friends can join the party! But the real fun happens out on the playground - our 3-mile course packed with 20+ epic obstacles designed to both challenge and thrill Maniacs of all fitness levels, from couch potatoes to marathoners. The course opens at 9 a.m. but you'll select a specific time to run when you buy your tickets. If you're a late sleeper, that means you can wake up at noon, run at 1:45 p.m., and then party the rest of the day! Or if you're the competitive type, join the 9 a.m. "Elite Heat" to race other speedsters for a chance to be crowned the winner! Each time slot is limited to just 200 Maniacs each, so grab your friends and reserve your spot before it sells out! Venue Details: Portland International Raceway, 1940 North Victory Boulevard, Portland, Oregon, 97217, United States. https://go.evvnt.com/614749-0?pid=6562

Jun

06

2020

Salinas, California (United States of America) - "Spartan Race Monterey Super and Sprint". Spartan Super (8 mi / 13 km, 25 Obstacles): This true athletic test offers the ideal blend between distance and speed. Are you determined to push beyond excuses? You just might have the guts for a Spartan Super. Spartan Sprint (3 mi / 5 km, 20 Obstacles): 3 miles that will change your life. The Sprint is the perfect distance, whether you're starting your Spartan journey, or you're returning to crush your last time. The Spartan Sprint is the starting line of champions. Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/450103-0?pid=6562. Date and Time: On Saturday June 06, 2020 at 7:30 am and ends Sunday June 07, 2020 at 3:00 pm. Venue details: Toro Park, 501 Highway 68, Salinas, California 93908, United States. https://go.evvnt.com/450103-2?pid=6562

Jun

06

2020

Furnace Creek, California (United States of America) - "12/24 Hours of Furnace Creek". AdventureCorps will present a brand new Death Valley race in 2020! 12/24 Hours of Furnace Creek will take place June 6-7, 2020, one month prior to the 2020 Badwater 135. Solo, as well as two-person relay, divisions are offered for both the 12-hour race (starting at either 900am OR 900pm) and the 24-hour race (with a 900am start time.) One full aid station will be located at "The Date Grove Diner" next to the course and there will be one water stop on the far side of the course. We will have extensive food and drinks, a place for runner drop bags, and an area for runners (or family and friends) to set up a personal pit area for each runner. A chip timing system will be used to track the runners. All finishers will receive a nice 12/24 Hours of Furnace Creek Medal, while those solo runners who log 100 miles or more in the 24-hour race will receive a special 24 Hours of Furnace Creek Belt Buckle. www.badwater.com/event/24hours

Jun

06

2020

Baltimore, Maryland (United States of America) - "Baltimore Ten Miler". The Baltimore 10-Miler course is a loop course that starts and finishes at the scenic Druid Hill Park, home of the Maryland Zoo. There is plenty of on-site parking, and those who plan their travels and arrive early will enjoy the sweet sounds of summer in the park as they arrive and prep for the start. Runners have 3 hours to complete the course, a running pace of 18:00 minutes per mile, and enjoy a wave start which allows runners to thin out and gain some elbow room as they begin their journey of north Baltimore. The course travels on many of the same roads used on the Baltimore Marathon course and some runners use this race as a preview of what's to come in the fall. The out-and-back pattern of the course runs many of the same roads in each direction. The turn around point is along the spacious and flat path around Lake Montebello, always a fan favorite with its nice scenery, wide and newly paved roadways and the band or DJ that Corrigan Sports plops at the courses furthest point from the startline. Runners return to Druid Hill knowing a cold towel, delicious watermelon and adult beverages await them after they conquer Mile 9. It's not like running in Kansas or on the boardwalk at the beach, but more than 20,000 runners have completed the course and lived to brag about it. You will too! https://go.evvnt.com/470984-2?pid=6562



 
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