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Comments Off on Schedule of Events – SeaWheeze Half Marathon

Tentative Race Schedule for 2015 Schedule of Events – SeaWheeze Half Marathon.

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Tentative Race Schedule for 2015 The Runner’s World Half Marathon and Festival.

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2014!  Kicking off the year  with our first long run! And what better place to do this than Fort Worth, at The Cowtown Marathon!  February 23rd.  This will be our 3rd year to run this event, so they are doing something right if we keep coming back to put in those long miles!    Running is […]

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Comments Off on Shape Diva Dash Obstacle Race 2014

March 22nd Last year this event was in May and the location was Fort Worth.  Along with the amazing weather, we all had a great time.  This year a new month (March) and location (Dallas). Add some spice and variety to your workouts to avoid burnout! Click Here to register!    

Red Poppy Ride 2014

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April 26th This is not a run, this is a Bike ride!  This is our new “thing” you may see listed in our events!  Adding variety!  Red Poppy has more events beside the bike ride!  Art contest, car show and arts and crafts.  Great family event.

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Comments Off on Zooma Texas Half Marathon 2014

April 12th.  Austin!  Another great place to run in Texas.  This will be our first time to run Zooma.  Looking forward to a great weekend.  When was the last time you challenged yourself?  This weekend we have challenged ourselves and getting out of that comfort zone.  Not only are we running the half on Saturday, […]

Austin 10/20 2014

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April 13th Austin 10/20.  10 miles, 20 stages!  They put a stage every half mile on the route!  That is impressive!  Sounds like a great recovery run!  Reasons to run!  It’s so easy, yet so hard.  You will stress less,  it can prevent disease and you’ll probably live longer!   Look forward to seeing you […]

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