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Feed My Starving Children! Thanks for Volunteering!

We packed a lot of needed food for deserving children worldwide!

It was even fun to boot!

Want to further your involvement or learn more about the organization (Feed My Starving Children) just follow this link! https://www.fmsc.org/

Thanks again!

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Epic Rides Carson City Mountain Bike Race (Sierra Nevada Mountains)!

I had a lot of fun on a brutally elevated but beautiful course (Overall 19th place)!

Description:

All participants will climb their way into the eastern edge of the Sierra Nevada, take in huge views of Lake Tahoe, Washoe Valley and the Carson Valley while connecting some of the area’s favorite (and challenging) pieces of single-track, double track, gravel roads and the occasional paved segment.
During your visit to Carson City, enjoy three days of event festivities while being submerged in the mountain bike industry. Mingle with the most bike-minded people you’ll ever encounter while appreciating the area’s silver mining heritage and feeling welcomed by its modern day appreciation for the outdoor enthusiast.
With an award in the form of an engraved railroad finisher spike, top-notch free live music, a cold beverage from Four Peaks Brewing Company (gratis) and the comfort of the capitol city’s sprawling shaded lawns waiting at the finish for all participants…this is one finish line worth preparing and persevering for.

https://epicrides.com/events/carson-city-off-road/event-guide/

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Flagstaff Mountain Bike Race!

Great Race! Had a lot of fun with the clients that made it!

FLAGSTAFF FRENZY

https://mbaa.net/racing/flagstaff-frenzy/

LOCATION:
Fort Valley Trailhead (Map)
Flagstaff, AZ

GENERAL INFORMATION:
The XC series finale, this race can make or break a few titles. Riders will be at altitude with a wee bit of climbing 🙂 Expect pine trees a plenty and some descending that will keep you grinning ear to ear!

DIRECTIONS/CAMPING:
Camping is permitted on National Forest Land near Fort Valley trailhead. There is also camping at the Freidlein Dispersed Camping Area off of Snow Bowl Rd. Please take a look at our venue map to know where park & camp.

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Low-T?

Testosterone therapy may boost serious risks in men with heart trouble

NBC News

Watch any football game or a news program, and you’re almost sure to see one of those commercials about how a-little-dab’ll-do-ya of testosterone can banish the “low-T” blues and put spark back into your life.

The ads work. Almost 3 percent of American men aged 40 and older have been prescribed testosterone replacement therapy. According to figures compiled by BloombergBusinessweek, sales of testosterone drugs could reach $5 billion by 2017.

But a study released Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association is sure to raise questions about the wisdom behind the testosterone rush. It finds that among men with previous heart troubles and low testosterone levels, the use of ‘low-T’ therapy boosted the risk of serious problems including heart attack, stroke — and death.

Researchers at the University of Texas at Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas reviewed records from more than 8,700 men with low-T levels who underwent coronary angiography — a procedure that uses dye and X-rays to peer into heart arteries — in the Veterans Affairs system between 2005 and 2011.

Of nearly 7,500 guys who did not get extra T, about 1 in 5 had bad cardiovascular outcomes, including stroke, heart attack or death. In the more than 1,200 men who got testosterone, nearly 1 in 4 had those terrible problems, an increased risk of nearly 30 percent.

The researchers concluded that taking testosterone came with an increased risk of an adverse outcome.

That’s not the whole story, though. Dr. Anne Cappola of the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania wrote in an accompanying editorial: “The most important question is the generalizability of the results of this study to the broader population of men taking testosterone ….”

That’s a very big caveat: By definition, all the men in the study were older than 60 and all had heart problems. It’s still not clear whether those same risks apply to younger, healthier guys.

“These were sick, older veterans,” Dr. Michael Ho, a cardiologist with the VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System who helped direct the study, said in an interview. Many were obese, had diabetes, and other ailments, he said.

Dr. Bradley Anawalt, an endocrinologist and professor of medicine at the University of Washington, agreed — but only to a point.

“This is a modestly cautionary study about giving testosterone to men over 60 with multiple” health problems, he said in an interview.

Some men might do just fine with a little extra T, experts say.

Courtesy of The Daily Beast
Thanks to testosterone implants, Andrew Sullivan says, “I have energy, am leaner, have more muscle mass, am motivated to work out and can sustain the kind of focus that a blog like mine demands.”

Just ask writer Andrew Sullivan, who helped popularize testosterone therapy. Fifteen years ago he was lethargic, depressed, and suffering from drug-induced nausea brought on by anti-HIV medications. He was 35 years old, but his testosterone levels “were below those of most 80-year-olds. I was tested at the time and my doc was shocked by the low levels,” he told NBCNews.com in an email.

Sullivan began taking testosterone injections and was transformed. He wrote a widely read and influential essay for The New York Times magazine called “The He Hormone” that extolled the drug’s benefits. Today, Sullivan, 50, still takes testosterone via four-month implants.

“I have energy, am leaner, have more muscle mass, am motivated to work out and can sustain the kind of focus that a blog like mine demands,” he said.

Those are all reasons why many men beg their doctors for the supplement. Ho said this new study should inform doctor-patient discussion by helping to put testosterone use in better perspective.

Sullivan is far from alone, said Anawalt.

“I have men coming into my clinic who want to take it,” he said. “Maybe they are a little low but not truly hypogonadal. I can say, ‘Here’s a study that raises concerns.’ So I think it’s helpful from that perspective. But if these guys are 30, 40, 50 and don’t have heart disease, well, the study doesn’t relate to them, so if they read it carefully, they can call my bluff.”

Like all so-called observational studies, this one has several limitations. For example, it’s not known how many of the men taking testosterone were properly diagnosed and tested for levels before being given a prescription. Morning blood sampling is the preferred way to test for testosterone, and most endocrinologists prefer two separate tests. Levels below 300 nanograms per deciliter of blood is considered low.

If you’re shrugging and wondering what to make of it all, you’re like many experts. Almost all agree there are many unknowns about testosterone supplementation. That’s why, Anawalt explained, medicine has swung back and forth over the past two decades.

At first, many physicians worried giving men any extra testosterone could lead to prostate cancer, something Sullivan said his doctor discussed with him 15 years ago. As anxiety over that issue moderated, doctors realized that a large group of men had low T levels, Anawalt said, and that “there were now lots of options to treat.”

Sullivan started with injections, which cause testosterone spikes, a problem avoided by newer implants and gels.

“T may have positive effects for bone, sex life, muscle, moods. So it’s gone from something of a boutique area of medicine to mainstream,” Anawalt said.

But there’s been no huge, comprehensive study akin to the famous Women’s Health Initiative that tracked hormone replacement outcomes in post-menopausal women. Nor is there likely to be given the enormous costs and complicated logistics.

That leaves doctors looking at a mixed bag of study results.

For example, the current study was partly inspired by a 2010 publication in the New England Journal of Medicine that examined older men with an average age of 74. These men also had a high burden of chronic disease. The men who were taking testosterone had more cardiovascular events such as heart attacks.

But last year, a larger study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism showed that among male veterans over 40, those taking testosterone had lower rates of death than those who were not.

To further confuse matters, recent research pointed out that testosterone does not work alone. Men also need estrogen.

For men with drastically low testosterone, like Sullivan, the drug has been a boon. Other than slightly smaller testicles, he said, there have been “no downsides at all from my perspective.”

But experts like Anawalt worry that many men now see testosterone as an elixir. If nothing else, the current study should give them pause. “Rational people should be thinking about this. Like, ‘Wait a minute. Do I really want to take this?’”

 

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Estrella Regional Park Mountain Bike Race!

See You There!

Estrella (Mountain Bike Race) Hedgehog Hustle

Race Date: Saturday, March 9, 2013 ​

Estrella Mountain Regional Park Goodyear, AZ

http://www.mbaa.net/#!race-4-estrella/c1rel

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Thank You!

Experienced, skilled personal trainers do what they want to do; all other trainers do what they can. I can’t ask for anything more, thank you to all of my clients who have made my life as an athlete possible and continue to allow me to approach training with a sense of balance and deep appreciation.

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New Year’s Day 5K!

See You There!

Location:

Papago Park ~ Ramadas 9 & 10

455 N. Galvin Parkway @ the Phoenix Zoo ~ Phoenix, AZ

When:

01/01/2013

Starts at 9am!

http://www.allarizonarunningevents.com/calendar.html

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Nike Cross SW Championships 5K!

See you there!

DATE & LOCATION
Saturday 11/17/2012
Toka Sticks Golf Course,
Mesa, AZ at 8am

https://register.gorun.org/DesertTwilightCommunityRace/

http://www.runnerspace.com/eprofile.php?event_id=302

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37th Annual Phoenix 10K!

I’ll see you there!

http://www.phoenix10k.com/index.htm

HALF MARATHON 
13.1 Miles – Start at 7:00 am 

A new addition to the Phoenix 10K event, the course for this popular distance is expected to start on Jefferson near Central, circle the state Capitol and then head North on Central Avenue to a turn around point that will send the runners back to the finish at CityScape. All finishers will get a medal designed by renowned jeweler Al Molina. Age division medals will be mailed to the top 3 male and female finishers based on CHIP time in the following age divisions: 10 & under, 11-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, 85-89 and 90+. Separate award to 1st overall male and female finishers (not based on net chip time).

COUPLES DIVISION allows two people running the half marathon to register for a special price and challenge others for best combined time. A couple is defined as any two people in a relationship, any gender, but must be kept within your species. 

Incentives for Half Marathon: Setting new records pays only one person for each record. 
GUN TIMES will be used for determining payment and setting new records.

Set new Half Marathon Male state record  (1:02:38) ………..$1,000
Set new Half Marathon Female state record (1:11:49) …….$1,000

10K RUN   
6.2 Miles – Start at 9:00 am 

Starting on Jefferson close to 1st Ave, this event will be one of the first to “Race the Rail” up and down Central Avenue. Water stations will be along the way as well as music to keep your feet moving and arms pumping. Medals will be mailed to the top 3 male and female finishers based on CHIP time in the following age divisions: 10 & under, 11-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-7 ,80-84, 85-89 and 90+. Separate award to 1st overall male and female finishers (not based on net chip time).
In an effort to open the course back up to the community, participants should be able to finish the 10K course in one hour 45 minutes. The time limit is necessary to ensure the health and safety of all participants as the public roadways must be opened to normal traffic at specified times. Runners exceeding that pace may be asked by a course marshal or City of Phoenix Police Officer to finish the course on an adjacent sidewalk.

Incentives for 10K: Setting new records pays only one person for each record. 
GUN TIMES will be used for determining payment and setting new records.

Males running a sub 31:00 ……………………$100
Females running a sub 35:00 ………………….$100
Set new 10k Male state record  (27:41) ………..$1,000
Set new 10k Female state record (32:02) ……….$1,000
Set new Male Masters state record  (30:34) …….$200
Set new Female Masters state record  (35:55) …..$200
Set new Male course record (30:10) …………..$100
Set new Female course record (34:55) …………$100
Set new Male Masters course record (35:49) ……$100
Set new Female Masters course record (36:13) ….$100

Jesse Owen Award…. Fastest 1st mile male and female will receive a plaque.

THE AGE RACE    Presented by Runner’s Den

Participants who complete the 10K in a time less than their age on race day will receive a certificate in the mail celebrating their accomplishment and a special gift from Runner’s Den. No need for a special sign up to be eligible. 
Example: If you are 40 years old and run a 39:59, then you win.

USAT&F CHAMPIONSHIP

The Phoenix 10K has been selected by USAT&F to be the state championship race for the 10K and the 5K distance.
You must be an Arizona resident to qualify. If you plan to compete in this championship race (Arizona residents only) you must register prior to race day. USAT&F medals to the top 10 Arizona Male and Female finishers in the 5K and the 10K race. USAT&F medals to the top 5 Arizona Male and Female Masters finishers in the 5K and the 10K race.

A timing chip must be worn for timing and scoring. Finish position will be based on GUN time. 

DOUBLEHEADER   

Run more than just the 10K! Add $8.00 to your entry fee to run the 5K first. You will get an official time for both events and be eligible for medals in both. Special awards will be given for the best overall combined time male and female. You will get one race packet and use the same bib number for both races. If you have not registered for the Doubleheader you will get only one time posted even if you run twice.

For accurate timing you must finish the 5K in a time that allows you to get to the start of the 10K at 9 am. 

>5K RUN    Presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona
3.1 Miles – Start at 8:00 am 

Basically the same course as the 10K, only you don’t have to go as far. Medals will be mailed to the top 3 male and female finishers based on CHIP time in the following age divisions: 10 & under, 11-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, 85-89 and 90+. Separate award to 1st overall male and female finishers (not based on net chip time).

Incentives for 5K: Setting new records pays only one person for each record.
GUN TIMES will be used for determining payment and setting new records.

Males running a sub 15:30 ……………………$50
Females running a sub 18:30 ………………….$50 
Set new 5K Male state record (14:15) ………….$500
Set new 5K Female state record (16:26) ………..$500
Set new 5K Male Masters state record (15:44) …..$150
Set new 5K Female Masters state record (17:03) …$150
Set new Male course record (14:15) …………..$100
Set new Female course record (17:03) …………$100
Set new Male Masters course record (17:11) ……$100
Set new Female Masters course record (17:03) ….$100

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44th Annual Y Race Phoenix!

See you there!

Race Information

Event:  Half-Marathon & 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run

When: Saturday, October 27th, 7am Start

Where: South Mountain Park, Phoenix, AZ

Parking: At South Mountain Park (FREE)

Packet & Shirt Pick Up:

Thursday Oct. 25th @ Roadrunners in Scottsdale
Friday Oct. 26th @ Roadrunners in Tempe
from 2pm to 7pm
Race Day at South Mountain Park
from 5am-6:30am

http://yracephoenix.com/

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Cactus ChaCha Trail Run!

See you there!

White Tank Mountain Regional Park, Waddell, Arizona.

Saturday, October 13th, 2012

6:15 to 7:00am:
Race day registration.

7:15am:
Mini ChaCha (3 mile) Start!

7:30am:
Full ChaCha (7 mile) Start!

8:00am:
Mini ChaCha Awards presentation (top 3 male & female).

9:00am:
Full ChaCha Awards presentation (top 3 male & female).

9:15am:
Raffle drawing (must be present to win).

All morning: Fiesta! Music, friends, and tons of refreshments.

http://www.cactuschacha.com/

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Race for Maggie’s Place 10K/5K!

See You There!

October 7, 2012 – 7:00 am

Events

  • 9K Run (representing 9 months of pregnancy) presented by Luis Gonzalez – Going Gonzo for Kids
  • 10K Run presented by Texas Roadhouse
  • 3 Mile Run / Walk presented by Mercy Gilbert Medical Center 
  • Kids’ Dash

 http://race4maggiesplace.com/tempe_2012

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Moon Valley Grasshopper Bridge 5K Run/Walk

See You There!

SATURDAY – September 29, 2012

Race starts at 7am!

MOON VALLEY PARK in Phoenix

7th Ave 1/2 mile south of Greenway Pkwy

http://www.mvgrasshopperbridge5k.com/

 

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4th Annual Laveen 5k

See you there!

Personal Results: 2nd Overall at 18:22

The 4th Annual Laveen 5k

September 23, 2012 at Betty Fairfax High School (8225 S. 59th Ave Laveen, AZ)

Starts at 6:30 am (Register before race $25 – Register at race $35)

The event will be chip timed and will have a lot of giveaways, apparel, bottles and running accessories.

Each runner will be getting a T-shirt!

http://racetimers.com/4th-annual-laveen-5k-run.html

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TJ’s 5k Run to Fight Cystic Fibrosis!

When: Saturday, September 15th at 7am

Where: 7000 N Central Ave in Phoenix (Cross streets Central and Glendale) 

The race will be a timed event with medals for top three men and women in each age group and top three men and women overall.

Register online at $25 (no fee) or same day registration is $35.

All runners will recieve a T-shirt and pancake breakfast!

http://www.tjsruntofightcf.com/index.html

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I Did A Green Run 5K/10K

This Sunday (September 9th, 2012)

Registration Begins at 6am and Closes at 7am

Both Race Distances Starts at 7:15am!

Reach 11 Park (2425 East Dear Valley Road in Scottsdale) 

http://arizonaroadracers.com/greenrun/

See you there!

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Sole Sports X-Country 5K!

Location: The Scottsdale Silverado Golf Course  

Date: Saturday, September 1 at 6am 

This is a great opportunity to run on a real cross-country course. There will be a Citizens’ race before the high school races begin. The race course is on the Silverado Golf Course which is right next to the Sole Sports Running Zone Scottsdale store. 

Registration is $20 day of race.

Proceeds benefit the Saguaro XC booster club.

Registration:

http://www.solesportsrunning.com/sole-sports-xc-festival-entry-form-2012.pdf

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ARR 5K Summer Series #5

See you there!

Race #5 – August 12, 2012
South Mountain Park
Phoenix, AZ – 6:30 a.m.

http://arizonaroadracers.com/summerseries/

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ARR 5K Summer Series #4

See you there!

July 14th, 2012 at Kiwanis Park
Tempe, AZ – Starts at 6:30 a.m.

http://arizonaroadracers.com/summerseries/

 

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ARR 5K Summer Series #3

See you there!

Rio Vista Park – 8866 W. Thunderbird Rd.
Peoria, AZ – Wednesday July 4th at 6:30 a.m.

http://arizonaroadracers.com/summerseries/

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ARR 5K Summer Series #2

See you there!

Sunday, June 10th at Reach 11 Park
2425 E. Deer Valley Rd.
Phoenix, AZ at 6:30 a.m.

http://arizonaroadracers.com/summerseries/

 

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ARR 5K Summer Series #1

See you there!

Saturday May 26 at 7:30am
Papago Park, Tempe
http://arizonaroadracers.com/summerseries/

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Way Too Much!

Too many extracurricular activities, too much wasted time, too much selfishness, too many consumer options, too much needless consuming, too many hours spent working, too much arrogance, too many desires and too many wants… human beings suffer from “too-muchness.” Practice constraining yourself and concentrating on the very task at hand while minimizing too much of anything…

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Finished Reading: Predictably Irrational

Review From Publishers Weekly:

Irrational behavior is a part of human nature, but as MIT professor Ariely has discovered in 20 years of researching behavioral economics, people tend to behave irrationally in a predictable fashion. Drawing on psychology and economics, behavioral economics can show us why cautious people make poor decisions about sex when aroused, why patients get greater relief from a more expensive drug over its cheaper counterpart and why honest people may steal office supplies or communal food, but not money. According to Ariely, our understanding of economics, now based on the assumption of a rational subject, should, in fact, be based on our systematic, unsurprising irrationality. Ariely argues that greater understanding of previously ignored or misunderstood forces (emotions, relativity and social norms) that influence our economic behavior brings a variety of opportunities for reexamining individual motivation and consumer choice, as well as economic and educational policy. Ariely’s intelligent, exuberant style and thought-provoking arguments make for a fascinating, eye-opening read.
http://www.amazon.com/Predictably-Irrational-Revised-Expanded-Edition/dp/0061353248/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1335816331&sr=1-1
Predictably Irrational, Revised and Expanded Edition: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions

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“Glow Run” at Encanterra!

Results: 3rd overall of 267 runners

Location

Encanterra, a Trilogy Country Club, San Tan Valley, AZ

Events

Registration & Packet Pick-up , 4:00 PM
10K, 6:30 PM
5K Run/Walk, 6:30 PM
1 Mile Luminary Walk, 6:00 PM

Race Timing and Production by Raceplace Events

This event is being timed by Raceplace Event Systems using the ChronoTrack system timing technology.

Pre-Race Packet Pick-up & Registration

Friday, April 27, 10am – 6pm
Runner’s Den, 6505 North 16th St, Phoenix (16th St. & Maryland)

Food

Snacks, beverages and light meals from the award winning Encanterra chef are available for purchase throughout the event.

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8th Annual Pat’s Run!

Personal Results: 59th place out of 22,000 finishers

See you there!

Saturday, April 21, 2012

6:00 a.m. Finish Line Expo & Kids Corner Open

7:00 a.m. Race Chair Start

7:05 a.m. 4.2 Mile Run/Walk Start (SOLD OUT)
 
9:30 a.m. Pat’s Run Kids Run Start
 
PLEASE NOTE: Registration is now closed and the 4.2-mile event has reached capacity – SOLD OUT.

http://www.pattillmanfoundation.org/

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ARR South Mountain Classic 5K and 20K

The Arizona Road Racers (ARR) South Mountain Classic is a 20K or 5K starting and finishing at the South Mountain Activity Center in Phoenix.

Directions: take Central Avenue two miles south of Baseline Road into the park.

Race Day:
Registration begins at 6:30 AM. The 20K begins at 7:30 AM and the 5K begins at 7:40 AM.

Please plan to arrive early!

Park Rangers will be checking each vehicle before entering the park. This can cause a backup in traffic, especially nearing gun time. A park pass will be available prior to race day for you to display on your dashboard.

See you there!

http://arizonaroadracers.com/southmountain/

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AZ Rock’n Roll Marathon and 1/2 Marathon!

See You There!

P.F. Changs Arizona Rock’n Roll Marathon and Half Marathon

Sunday, January 15th, 2012

Both Races start at 7:30am! 

http://runrocknroll.competitor.com/arizona

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24th Annual Fiesta Bowl 1/2 Marathon and 5K!

The 24th Annual Runner’s Den/Fiesta Bowl Half Marathon and 5K

See you there!

Personal Results: 16th place out of 1161 (18:44)

Where and When:

Scottsdale Civic Center Plaza
75th St and Main St
Scottsdale, AZ

Registration and Pick-up Opens at 6:00 AM

Half Marathon Run at 7:30 AM

5K Run at 7:35 AM

5K Walk at 7:37 AM
 
For more information: http://raceplaceevents.com/PDF/2011fbapp.pdf

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The Go Daddy 5K!

See you there!

Results: 8th Place Overall / 291 Participants

GoDaddy.com Presents the
2011 Lincoln Family Downtown Y
1/2 Marathon & 5k Walk/Run

Arizona’s Oldest Foot Race takes place on Saturday October 22nd, 2011 at South Mountain Regional Park.  Don’t miss your chance to participate in our 43rd annual event.  Whether your a beginner or a veteran runner, you’ll love the beautiful scenic, out and back course.

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011
South Mountain Park, Phoenix AZ

http://www.yracephoenix.com/Race_Information.html

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Frank Kush Family 5K!

Das Frank Kush Family Fun Foot Race
Where:

Tempe Town Lake
Tempe Beach Park

80 W Rio Salado Parkway

Tempe, AZ

 

When:
Saturday October 8, 2011 from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM MST
Add to my calendar

 

 

See You There!

You are invited to attend the Das Frank Kush Family Fun Foot Race.  The 39th annual Oktoberfest at Tempe Town Lake and the Frank Kush Youth Foundation have partnered to produce the 20th Annual Frank Kush Run & Walk in which the legendary Arizona State University football coach and College Football Hall-of-Famer will be on hand to encourage participants. Now known as the “das Frank Kush Oktoberfest Family Fun Foot Race” the event will provide additional Oktoberfest “oomp-pah-pah and further solidify the charitable work of both organizations.

Das Foot Race proceeds will benefit the Frank Kush Youth Foundation which will in turn benefit Tempe Elementary and Kyrene Elementary School District foundations through the purchase of physical activity equipment.. Either district or any other school or school district in Arizona will receive a $250 donation or more from the Frank Kush Youth Foundation and Gopher Sports for the purchase of physical activity equipment with the registration of at least 50 race participants. Depending on the needs of the school or district the donation need not be limited to athletic equipment. Das Foot Race will also benefit Tempe Sister City Corporation. This year, 2011, is the 40th anniversary of Tempe Sister City. Every year since 1972, Tempe Sister City, a non-profit, has sent up to 32 high school students between their junior and senior years on a life changing foreign exchange to one of Tempe’s eight sister cities. Tempe Sister City also has a vibrant educator and professional exchange program. In all cases, the airfare cost is entirely provided by Tempe Sister City.

PRE-EVENT PACKET PICK-UP 

Road Runner Sports, 43 S McClintock Dr, Tempe, AZ 85281,
Friday, October 7th, from 3pm to 7pm.  Entry fees at this packet pick-up will be the same as early registration fees before October 6th.  Participants will receive a 10% discount at Road Runner Sports on purchases at this packet pick-up.  
 
 

Entry Fees:

For the 5 Mile Run and 5K Run/Walk – ages 16 and over

Before October 6th $25.00        After October 6th  $35.00

 

For the 5 Mile Run and 5K Run/Walk – youth 15 and under Before October 6th $5.00          After October 6th $15.00

 

For the 1 Mile Run/Walk – All ages

Before October 6th $5.00          After October 6th $15.00

 

Family of 4 (same household) for all events is $35.00 before October 6th.  Each additional family member (same household) will be $5.00 each.  After October 6th the fee for a family of 4 (same household)  will be $45.00 and $5.00 for each additional family member (same household).

 

DAY OF RACE REGISTRATION & PACKET PICK-UP

6:00 AM

 

DISTANCE & START TIMES

8:00 AM ~ 5 Mile Run begins

8:15 AM ~ 5K Run/Walk begins

8:30 AM ~ 1 Mile Run/Walk begins

9:00 AM ~ Beer/Beverage Garden opens

9:30 AM ~ Awards Presentations.

 

PLEASE NOTE:  There will be no dogs allowed on the course this year.

 

PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE

All participants, ages 16 and over, will receive a fantastic tech shirt, an Oktoberfest souvenir mug and a beverage coupon (that would be beer coupon for adults 21 and over, so be sure to bring your ID). All participants under 21 will receive a soft drink coupon. All children 15 and under will receive a cotton t-shirt, special Oktoberfest souvenir mug, and medal. Additional drink tickets will be available for purchase.

 

AWARDS

Plaques are awarded to the first overall male and female 5 Mile Run and 5K Run winners.  The overall male and female winners will also receive a $120 Gift Certificate from Road Runner Sports.  First place awards are presented to winners in each age category for the 5 Mile and 5K Run/Walk. Age Categories: 7 & Under. 8-11, 12-15, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80 & over.

 

AWARDS FOR BEST COSTUME

There will be a Gift Certificate for $120 from Road Runner Sports for the first place best costume male and female. So let’s get in the spirit of Oktoberfest. We dare you to run in your lederhosen!

 

 
For more information please email Dianna or call 480-242-4816. Thank you for your attention and we look forward to seeing you at the event.

 
Sincerely,

 

Dianna Conant
All Distance Running Race Management
dianna@alldistancerunning.com
480-242-4816

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Mountain Bike Race “Tour of the White Mountains”

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Results: 6th Place Overall 2 hr 58 mins

http://www.epicrides.com/index.php?contentCat=4&contentId=9

The 16th Annual Show Low Bluff Tour of the White Mountains, scheduled for Saturday, October 1, 2011 showcases some of Arizona’s best single track located in and around the Northeastern Arizona communities of Show Low and Pinetop-Lakeside.

Show Low Bluff Tour of the White Mountains

At 7,000 ft. over 750 riders will discover the challenges and gratification from riding awesome smooth flowing single track among a Ponderosa pine forest backdrop while witnessing the endless beauty (and perfect distraction) of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests.

With the onset of fall upon us, participants, friends, family, spectators and volunteers are invited to enjoy cooler climates, witness the leaves changing colors, indulge in the area’s best food, and ride seemingly endless amounts of single track.

The communities of Show Low and Pinetop-Lakeside are sure to please any visitor with ample outdoor activities and plenty of opportunities to soak up local culture. Epic Rides encourages participants and their guests to spend the weekend in and around the town experiencing a vacation close to home and in the White Mountains of Arizona.

Cyclists navigate sweet singletrack on the Show Low Bluff Tour of the White Mountains presented by CellularOne

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3rd Annual Laveen 5k Run!

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Date:
Sunday, September 18, 2011 @ 6:30 AM

Address:
Betty Fairfax High School
8225 S. 59th Ave Laveen, AZ

Fees:
$20.00, $27.00, $30.00 Race Day

Registration Closing Date
Friday, September 16, 2011 @ 11:59 PM PST

Brief Description
Come and participate in the 3rd Annual Laveen 5K Run, held at Betty Fairfax High School on September 18, 2011 at 6:30 am. This year we are promoting a CUP-FREE RACE to help out mother nature! There will be NO paper cups provided at the race. Every runner will receive a custom HYDRAPOUCH in replacement of the t-shirt, please join us by supporting our CUP-FREE RACING.

CUP-FREE RACE
This year we are promoting a CUP-FREE RACE to help out mother nature! There will be NO paper cups provided at the race. Every runner will receive a custom HYDRAPOUCH in replacement of the t-shirt, please join us by supporting our CUP-FREE RACING.

 

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I Did A Green Run 9/11/11

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Being green is more important than ever. Help us lessen our impact on the environment with our Annual I-Did-A-Green-Run that features:

  • Donate your old running shoes and receive a raffle ticket for each pair (raffle held after the race).
  • Recycling bins separate from trash bins.
  • A beautiful, quiet course away from traffic!

Make the event even greener by carpooling to the race, listening to nature instead of your MP3 player, and bringing your own water bottle to refill at aid stations.

Awards are given to 5k and 10k runners in the following age groups: 19 and under, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70 and over.

The 10k is part of the ARR Grand Prix.

Entry is FREE for ARR members who register no later than August 27, 2011. Fees for other runners are listed below.

Race day registration begins at 6:00 a.m. and closes at 7:00 a.m. (no exceptions) as a courtesy to our volunteers who are also running. The 5k and 10k begin at 7:15 a.m. and the 1 mile fun run begins at 7:20 a.m.

Voting for the Arizona Road Racers Board of Directors also takes place at this race.

Registration

  • Online registration is available at active.com.
  • To register by mail, fill out the entry form, sign it and mail with payment to the address on the form.
  • Race day registration is by cash or check only.
  • The ARR Board of Directors provides free race entry for runners age 17 and under who register before 12:00 PM (noon) on September 9, 2011 (t-shirt not included). Full price must be paid on race day. Kid’s Entry Form

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BEAT THE HEAT 5K!

The 5th ANNUAL BEAT THE HEAT KNIGHT 5km RUN
August 19, 2011 – 7:00PM

The 5th Annual Beat the Heat Knight 5K Run/Walk is a fundraiser that benefits the Higley High School Girls and Boys Cross Country programs. This unique evening run is a Gilbert community event for the whole family whether you are a runner, walker, spectator or sponsor. This is your chance to beat the heat of our August days and race under the lights. Come meet your neighbors for a cool workout!

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Arizona Road Racers Summer Series #5

August 14th, 2011 at 6:30am – See you there!

Arizona Road Racers Summer Series #5 — South Mountain Park (main entrance) in Phoenix
http://arizonaroadracers.com/Calendar/ARR_SummerSeries5_entry_form.pdf

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Arizona Road Racers Summer Series #4

Arizona Road Racers Summer Series #4

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Kiwanis Park in Tempe, AZ

July 16th, 2011 at 6:30AM

www.arizonaroadracers.com

 

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Arizona Road Racers Summer Series #3

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ARIZONA ROAD RACERS SUMMER SERIES #3
RIO VISTA PARK in PEORIA, AZ
JULY 4, 2011 at 6:30AM

arizonaroadracers.com

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Mountain Bike Series Championship June 25th

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United States Forest Service is CLOSING WILLIAMS – RACING AT MCDOWELL instead!


WHERE: McDowell Mountain Regional Park, Fountain Hills, AZ

DIRECTIONS: McDowell Mountain Regional Park. Shea Blvd. to Fountain Hills Blvd. (into Fountain Hills), Arizona. Follow Fountain Hills Blvd. until it becomes McDowell Mountain Road. Continue 4 miles to the park entrance. There is a $6 entry fee for each vehicle.

AWARDS CEREMONY & BBQ!

~9a Awards from the early riders
~11a Awards from the later riders
Shortly thereafter SERIES AWARDS will be given out
11AM – Big Foot BBQ is served up!  Voted Flagstaff’s best BBQ, you HAVE to try this!  All athletes eat free.

CAMPING:

Camping allowed for a fee. There is a fee to enter the park, I believe $6, bring exact change please!


**MBAA Series Championship Race**
Saturday June 25th 2011 –  Full points

Yes, despite the change in venue, you must race this one to be crowned champ!

START TIMES – IMPERATIVE TO REVIEW WE ARE STARTING EARLY AND ALL WAVE TIMES HAVE CHANGED!

PACKET PICKUP:
Friday 6p-8p onsite
Saturday starting at 4:30am (that’s early)

http://www.mbaa.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=398&Itemid=35

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Arizona Road Racers Summer Series #2

Arizona Road Racers Summer Series 5K (2 of 5)  

Reach 11 Sports Complex
Sunday, June 12, 2011 at 6:30am See you there!
http://arizonaroadracers.com/Calendar/ARR_SummerSeries2_entry_form.pdf

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ARR Summer Series 5K #1

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Race #1 – 5k Run/Walk
Saturday, May 28, 20 11
PAPAGO PARK
Start Time: 7:30 A.M.

http://arizonaroadracers.com/Calendar/ARR_SummerSeries1_entry_form.pdf

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Champs for Research 5K!

See you there! 7:30am go time!

The 3rd Annual Champs for Research is being coordinated by Brett Bernacchi and the Arizona Road Racers. The event will take place on Saturday, May 21, 2011, at Kiwanis Park in Tempe.

Registration will begin at 6:30 AM. The races will kick-off at 7:30 AM with a 5K Run (course map), followed by the 5K Walk, and 1 Mile Fun. Net profits from the event will benefit brain cancer research at TGen.

Registration:

  • Thanks to the Arizona Road Racers Board of Directors, race entry is free for runners, age 17 and under who register before 12:00 PM on May 19, 2011 (no t-shirt included). A special kids entry form is available. Please fill out the form, especially the parent/guardian’s name and the waiver agreement. Once completed, submit the form. Otherwise, kids must pay full price on race day!
  • To register by mail, print the entry form (need Adobe Acrobat Reader to read this), fill it out, sign it and mail with payment to the address on the form.
  • To register on-line with a credit card, click on this logo
  • Day-of-race is available. Payment via cash or check
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    Whiskey Off-Road Bike Race (May 30th, 2011)

    24 Hours in the Old Pueblo Logo

    Date: April 29 – May 1, 2011
    Location: Prescott, AZ
    Duration: 15, 25 & 50 miles
    Number of Participants: 1,500

    http://epicrides.com/wor/wor.htm

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    Bare Organic Apple Snacks!

    A great, inexpensive snack that can be found at Costco… and the ingredients list is simple: Organic Apples – nothing else!

    http://www.barefruitsnacks.com/index.html

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    Pats Run! April 16th at 7AM

    See You There!

    My personal results: 86th place out of 22,405 participants (25:23)

    Saturday, April 16, 2011 – 7:00 a.m.

    http://www.pattillmanfoundation.org/pats-run/

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    Whiskey Off-Road Pre-Ride!

    Heading to Prescott Saturday to pre-ride the Epic “Whiskey Off-Road” Race Route… 

    Date: April 29 – May 1, 2011
    Location: Prescott, AZ
    Duration: 15, 25 & 50 miles
    Number of Participants: 1,500
    To benefit: Yavapai County Food Bank

    http://epicrides.com/events.htm

    http://epicrides.com/wor/wor.htm

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    ARR South Mountain Classic 20K & 5K Races!

    ARR South Mountain Classic 20K and 5K Races this Saturday, March 26th, 2011 

  • Race day registration begins at 6:30 AM.
  • The 20K starts at 7:30 AM and the 5K begins at 7:40 AM. The 5K course
  • http://arizonaroadracers.com/Calendar/south-mountain-classic.php
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    ST. PATRICKS DAY RUN!

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    ST. PATRICKS DAY RUN
    4 Mile Run/Walk
    Old Town Scottsdale
    Saturday Night – March 19, 2011 – 5:00pm

    http://www.4peaksracing.com/event.php?id=125

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    24 Hours in Old Pueblo!

    The “Kona 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo” is a team relay and solo rider mountain bike event. The race will begin at 12:00PM on Saturday and end 24 long, grueling hours later at 12:00 PM Sunday. Both team and solo riders will compete for prizes.The race will include these categories:

    • 4 Person Men Open
    • 4 Person Women Open
    • 4 Person Single Speed male/female distinction not necessary
    • 5 Person Co-ed – Must have at least 1 female – Age categories = under 0-149, 150-199, 200+
    • Corporate Team – 6 – 10 racers, each rider must complete at least one lap
    • Duo Male
    • Duo Female
    • Duo Co-ed
    • Solo Men
    • Solo Women
    • Solo Single Speed Male
    • Solo Single Speed Female

    Five person teams are automatically coed and must include at least one female rider. In addition, five person teams will have four separate age categories that can be determined by adding up all the ages of all five riders. These categories include combined ages under 0-149, 150-200, and 200+. The corporate team category will consist of six to ten riders with no male/female restrictions. Corporate teams need not necessarily have sponsorship. All registered team riders in the corporate category must complete at least one lap.The course will consist of a 17-mile loop including eight miles of single track. The trails for this course have been designed specifically for 24 hour desert racing. Bring tweezers.

    The race will have a Lemans style start and utilize a baton hand off between completions of laps. Each team captain must verify that each team members name has been registered on the log in / log out sheet by 11:30am on Saturday. Riders will be assigned a number plate which must be attached to the bike any time a rider is in the transition area or on the course. Defacing of number plates is not allowed.

    The Kona 24 Hours in the Old Pueblo is one of the most exciting events in mountain biking today. Our goal is to ensure that everyone will have a good time. So come and enjoy the camaraderie, exciting trails and spectacular scenery that this event is sure to provide. Ride safe, ride fair and above all have fun.

    STARTING PROCEDURE

    Start time for the race will be at 12:00 PM on Saturday. The race will utilize a Lemans style starting procedure. The Lemans style start is preferred, because it ensures a safe and exciting method for starting a large number of riders. It consists of having all the riders line up at the starting line, at which time a pistol is fired. The riders will then run a designated 400-yard course (approx.) and to the bike racks to pick-up their bikes. The racers will then continue onto the racecourse. All starting riders must have their bikes pre-positioned in the bike racks and be logged-in prior to the start of the race. All riders on deck; those riders who are waiting for their teammate to complete a lap, must be logged into the manual timing sheet no later than 15 minutes prior to their teammates completion of the lap.GENERAL RULES

    Each team must designate both a team captain and co-captain. All correspondence for a team before, during and after the race must be conducted through and only through the team captain. In the event that a team captain is unavailable the co-captain may represent the team. However, only team captains may file protest. Team captains and co-captains are required to attend the pre-race meeting, we also encourage you to invite your entire team to the meeting as an opportunity for them to clarify any questions regarding the event prior to start time.
    Only team members and ride workers are allowed in the rider transition area while the ride is being conducted.
    A rider on the course may be supported on the course only by other registered riders. Those riders may be from a different team and must enter the course under their own power, either on foot or on a bicycle. Any rider who has entered the course in support of another may bring equipment and tools and may even swap bikes with the rider in need of support. Cannibalizing bike parts is permitted in this race.Anyone, including other racers, may supply a racer on the course with food and water. However, racers taking on food or water must exit and stay clear of the course. Water will be stationed at the check in station. It is important that no one litter the course. Any racer found intentionally littering the course will be disqualified along with the rest of their team members. The race director will determine all penalties and disqualifications.
    Riders pushing bikes must yield the right of way to racers riding bikes. Whenever possible, a racer pushing a bike should yield the most rideable portion of the trail to those who are riding their bicycles. A racer pushing a bicycle may overtake a racer riding a bicycle so long as the racer riding a bicycle is not impeded.
    Lapped riders must yield to riders in the lead. Any rider attempting to overtake another must be vocal. Phrases like “track left”, “track right” must be shouted out. A challenging rider must overtake a lapped rider safely and lapped rider must yield on a challenging riders first command.
    In the event that two or more riders are vying for position, the lead rider does not necessarily have to yield to the challenging rider, however, any attempt to interfere with or impede a challenging rider is considered unsportsman like and is not permitted.
    Any attempt by a logged in racer to take a (short-cut) off of the designated course will result in the immediate disqualification of that racers entire team. Additional penalties, including a permant banishment of that racer and/or their team from all future races may be imposed. All penalties to be determined by the race director.
    All racers must conduct themselves in a civilized manner. Use of foul or intimidating language or behavior towards anyone including other racers or race officials on or off the course will not be tolerated. Any racer found in violation of this regulation will be penalized. This penalty may include the immediate disqualification of the racer and/or their team. All penalties to be determined by the race director.
    Federal, state, and local ordinances must be followed at all times.
    Only registered racers may ride on the course prior to and during the race.
    Protests must be in writing and submitted to the race director any time after the race but no later than 15 minutes after the final race result postings. Only team captains may submit a protest. Protests should describe the incident in detail and contain names, addresses, phone numbers and signatures of participants and witnesses to the incident. A $20.00 cash deposit must accompany all protests. The race director shall make an immediate ruling on the protest. Should the ruling be against the team the deposit will be forfeited. If the ruling is in favor of the team and the protest upheld, the deposit shall be refunded. The race director will make all final rulings.
    Riders must have a primary light rated at a minimum of six watts or 150 lumens during the night ride. Riders must also carry a secondary light such as a small flashlight, penlight or similar lighting system.
    Racers entering the course after 5:30 PM and before 6:30 AM must have their light mounted and be able to demonstrate that they are properly functioning. Riders must have their lights burning between 6:00PM and 6:30 AM. Riding with lights off between these times in an effort to conserve energy is dangerous and will not be permitted. Any team found riding with their lights off, will be disqualified. Riders may turn off and remove their lights after 6:30 AM. All lights on/lights off times are subject to change depending on weather conditions. Announcements of the exact times will be made during the race.
    Each racer is responsible for their lighting system and battery supply. Nite Rider Lighting Systems and Light & Motion will supply a fast charging station, for charging their specified brand lights. In addition to this, a neutral charging station will be provided for all riders. All racers should label their batteries and chargers with their team name. Epic Rides will not be responsible for lost or stolen equipment.
    All co-ed teams are required to have a minimum one person of the opposite sex AND each person on the team is required to complete a minimum of one night lap in order to be considered in contention for a top 10th or 15th spot depending upon number of teams in category.
    On a co-ed team each member is required to have no less then two (2) laps completed from the most completed by the team member with the most laps.Minimum Age Requirement: Epic Rides has no minimum age per se. We do have a minimum lap time. We do this to assure a safe environment on the course for all participants (same reason we limit the solo field). If your child is able to ride the lap in one hour forty minutes or less then we’d be glad to have them riding in the event. Otherwise anyone moving slower than that can become an unsafe moving obstacle along the course putting both themselves and the many other riders required to pass them at risk. If it’s an option we highly recommend heading out for a pre-ride on the course to get a feel for lap times.

    CHECK IN STATION

    Each racer must log in and log out at the check-in station located at the start / finish area. A team baton will be used and must be passed from the rider completing a lap to the registrar. The registrar will then record the login time and the baton will be passed to the rider logging out before that rider can begin his/her lap. Once the baton has been handed to the registrar, the rider has officially logged out. The logout time is the login time for the next rider regardless of whether or not that rider is present to receive the baton. If the rider is to continue on for another lap he or she must still hand over the baton to the registrar and have it handed back prior to beginning the next lap. If a riders fail to do this only one lap will be recorded. Any team who lost their baton will receive a five-minute penalty. If a team cancels a riders lap and is starting the lap over with a new rider, a new baton will be issued without a penalty. However, the team’s original baton must be returned to the registrar. The login time recorded for the rider failing to complete the lap will be used as the login time for the new rider. Teams should be sure that each rider is logging in and out correctly.A rider who has entered the course must complete his or her lap. Rider substitutions can only be made at the check in station. In the event that a female rider on a five person team with only one female rider should have to withdraw from the race due to injury or illness, she must have completed two laps in order for that team to qualify. Should a team in another category lose a teammate for the entire race to injury of illness that team may continue to compete.

    http://www.epicrides.com/twofour/24.htm

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    Skirt Chaser 5k Tempe

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    http://redrockco.com/events/event-details.cfm?id=CE12E2D3-C204-8050-1683856C197B4FBB

    Skirt Sports, leader in the running skirt world, believes fitness should be fun. With the Skirt Chaser 5k Race Series, we’re putting a new spin on a running classic by mixing racing, flirting and entertainment in an innovative social fitness event. Women get a three minute head start and invite the men to “Catch Us If You Can.”

    The Race
    The event kicks off with the race itself. Just over 3 miles of anticipation of being caught (for the gals) and the thrill of trying to catch (for the guys). The first person to cross the line, male or female, takes home $500! We call it the Battle of the Sexes – and so far the women are kicking butt!

    The Block Party
    The Block Party features music, games and a happy hour atmosphere with food and drinks. And you won’t want to miss our fashion show – it features the latest Skirt Sports products and is emceed by the one and only, Nicole DeBoom! Awards will follow.

    History
    Most people don’t know that when Nicole DeBoom, founder and CEO of Skirt Sports, had the revolutionary idea for the first-ever running skirt, she also dreamt of creating a race series with the same message. Look good, feel good, perform better. While the first “Convert to Skirt 5k” was a huge success, it was women only. As Nicole watched the women finishing she immediately knew she had to get the guys in the mix in a unique way. Thus, the Skirt Chaser 5k Race Series was born.

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