Put your race on the race calendar
Find a running race
In a search add a keyword you think will be in the race listing then you can limit it month year or distance. You choose from the drop down list and you will only see races in that month or city. The box labeled city or race name is required, you may leave the others as any if you want.
Using search, if you are looking for races in a specific month or city, type it in the search box, you can make this even more specific with two keywords such as florida july. You do not need to use capitals, You get a better search by limiting it to two terms. Type words like january ultras or st louis may that will be used in the race listing. The search will look for the occurrence of these words and show these to you. The most recently updated events will be listed first. The more words in your search phrase the less you will find, try just two of the categories at the top of each race listing. You can copy and paste these right in the search box.
Using categories. These are added in the vocabulary section on the race calendar page. There are terms for city, state, month, year etc. If you click on one that says half marathon it will show you all of the half marathons. The search above will combine two or more categories such as as races in a given state in a certain month. You can refine this search by copying two of these terms and putting them in the search.
Using search and categories
Use the key words (Categories) above each race. You can use the menu above to get a list of month or state then select and copy city and state or month and state and paste, or just type them into the search box. Two key words work best. Easiest is to copy and paste two of the categories in the the search box.
Using The Search Facility
The search looks for exact words found in the race calendar listing.
You may have better luck searching for the city the race is in because of variations in the race name such as St Patrick's instead of St Paddy's.