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

Eugene, Oregon

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Here is the full marathon we will be attending in April 2012! I have read so many wonderful things about Oregon.  They have a coast, Portland is hailed as America’s best bicycling city, waterfalls, hiking, blueberries, golf, I mean I could go on and on.  This is one marathon you should check out, you can register for […]

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Big Sur International Marathon – running on the edge of the western world Celebrating its 25th anniversary with a very good reason.  This marathon was picked by Runners World as one of the 3 best marathons as well as the nation’s best destination marathon. There were approximately 13,000 runners participating in either the marathon, 21 […]

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  BUT GRANDMA…… what a beautiful course you have! Grandma’s Marathon “world class event, small town charm” One day I decided lets go to Grandma’s and run the marathon since it had been awhile since we had ran a full and all my friends agreed.  So why is it called Grandma’s?  Well, they needed a […]

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Women’s Running magazine had its inaugural run September 25th, 2010 in Nashville, Tn The Expo was held for two days at the host hotel the Renaissance Nashville Hotel which is open to the public and featured women’s running apparel, merchandise and packet and t-shirt pickup for runners. The Start is in front of the Country Music […]

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“Run like a girl.” This is the Nike Women’s Marathon motto.  Well into its sixth year, this marathon attracts an array of runners of all levels, mostly women and some males who are allowed to run with us in this girl-powered race. There are approximately 20,000 runners and most are running to support the Leukemia […]

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