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  • Reply to: Quad Cities Distance Classic 1/2 Marathon & 5K   3 weeks 9 hours ago

    We're looking forward to seeing you back at Quad Cities Distance Classic Half
    Marathon & 5K Races, Mother's Day, May 14th, 2017, at Augustana College in Rock
    Island, IL.

    Entry fees go up on May 9th, so sign up now and save some cash!

    Register here:

    Same lightning fast and USAT&F certified race courses, quality race shirts, flowers
    for finishers, chiropractic care at the finish, and a great way to begin your
    Mother's Day.

    Not running, or have a family member available to help out? We can use course
    control and water stop volunteers. Contact to give us a hand.

    Happy Training!

    Race Directors Dale Manley, John Parker, Paul Schmidt

  • Reply to: Everyday Running   3 weeks 2 days ago

    I too remember trying to be fast but now just love to go out and run 5 or 6 miles a day at a comfortable speed. Running is the best part of life.

  • Reply to: Events can be posted here free   1 month 4 days ago

    Bigfoot Trail Race
    Date: October 28, 2017
    Location: Spring Lake Preserve (W Laurel St, San Marcos, TX 78666)
    Distance Options: 5k, 10k, 30k
    Start Times: 7:00am for the 30k and 8:00am for the 10k and 5k
    Pricing: 5k - $35, 10k - $45, 30k - $60 (early bird pricing discounts available for those who register before September 1st).
    Included in Price: Race entry bib, finisher prize, refreshments/snacks and race shirt (we cannot guarantee a shirt if you register after October 15th). 100% of proceeds benefit Back on My Feet Austin.
    BoMF Mission Statement: Back on My Feet combats homelessness through the power of running, community support and essential employment and housing resources.
    Sponsorships available. Contact for more information.

  • Reply to: Add races, fun runs, comments, running blogs and running clubs and information   4 months 2 weeks ago

    Please visit
    This is a great event for all ages and all types of runners and walkers. For the competitive runner, it is a chip timed race with prizes. For the casual runner or walker, it's all about joining the cause and having a good time. If you don't want to run or walk the full 5k, there is a shortcut you can take. The more participants, the more money we raise to help find a cure for ALS.

    All walkers and runners will get a T-shirt, post race fruit and water, a free drink ticket you can use at the Stag-R-Inn, and a post-race meal which includes pulled pork or sloppy joe, chips, cookies and ice tea or lemonade. Spectators and non-participants may also enjoy the meal with a free will donation. Following the race, you can continue to hang out at the Stag-R and enjoy drinks, food, bags tournament, DJ, and more!

    The course is all asphalt. The race starts at the Stag-R, winds its way out into the countryside, comes back through town, and finishes back on main street in front of the Stag-R-Inn. Awards will be given to the top male and female runners in several categories for each. Even if you can't walk or run in the race, you can still participate or donate. Contact us for more information!

  • Reply to: Spring Chaser 5K   7 months 2 weeks ago

    Definitely have to come to this race