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Smithfield Half Marathon & 5K
Dates: 8/10/2013 – 8/10/2013
RACER CENTURY 2013 | Roy, Utah 84067 | Saturday, July ...
Dates: 7/13/2013 – 7/13/2013
2150 W 4800 S
Join us on a comfortable ride through Weber and Davis County in the prime of Utah s diverse summer weather. Enjoy an exciting mixture of plains and hills throughout Northern Utah during this mid-summer ride. Test your legs, relax, and enjoy another amazing century.
Race For Grief 2013 | West Bountiful, Utah 84025 | Saturday ...
Dates: 6/29/2013 – 6/29/2013
West Bountiful ParkBountiful
just west of I -15 off Pages Lane (1600 North)
The annual Race for Grief event includes a 10K run (6.2 miles) and 2 mile walk held at the West Bountiful Park (550 West Pages Lane), Utah. The race is put on in memory of Samantha. Tech shirts & goodie bags for pre-registered. Participants are encouraged to participate in memory of someone. To learn more visit: www.RaceForGrief.com or www.BlondeRunner.com Contact:Coach Lora Erickson
Wasatch Front 100 Mile Endurance Run
Dates: 9/6/2013 – 9/8/2013
Layton, Utah, United StatesLayton
Races: 100 Mile
The Wasatch Front 100 Mile Endurance Run is held in Utah the first weekend after Labor Day each year. The run stretches from Layton, Utah to The Homestead in Midway, Utah and covers some of the most beautiful scenery the Wasatch Mountains have to offer. There is a cumulative elevation gain of approximately 26,882 feet, as well as a cumulative loss of approximately 26,131 feet throughout the course. This is a premier run that will test the endurance of any runner.
The Course: The Wasatch 100 is a point-to-point race that traverses the heart of the central Wasatch Mountains, one of the most beautiful ranges of the Rocky Mountains. The course begins in Kaysville, Utah, at East Mountain Wilderness Park running north to the Bonnevile Shoreline Trail to Fernwood Picnic Grounds, the foot of Frnacis Peak, and ascends nearly 5,000 feet in 5 miles to the ridge line. The trail then turns south and follows the crest of the Wasatch along Francis Peak Ridge, through Farmington Flats and Arthur's Fork, along Sessions Ridge, over City Creek Pass, Big Mountain Pass and Bald Mountain, through Parley's, Lamb's, and Millcreek Canyons, by Desolation Lake and along the Wasatch Crest trail, through Big Cottonwood and American Fork Canyouns, and up to Pole Line Pass. After traversing along Mill Canyon Peak on the western side, the trail turns back north on its eastern side, down Pot Hollow Canyon, up to the Crest Road in Wasatch Mountain State Park, then drops down Lime Canyon slipping over to a snowshoe trail just before coming out on the Snake Creek road and the run to the finish at The Homestead in Midway, Utah.
Weather: Temperatures during the race have typically ranged from 25 to 85 F. Often there is mild, perfect-running weather, however, one year fresh snow fell on Catherine's Pass with a wind chill measured below zero, and another had trail temperatures at sometimes over 100 F. Another year was rainy and
Top of Utah Marathon
Dates: 9/21/2013 – 9/23/2013
Logan, Utah, United StatesLogan
This course is scenic. Fourteen miles of the course is in Blacksmith Fork Canyon and follows the Blacksmith Fork River into Cache Valley. Run past river banks, marshes, limestone outcroppings and through the canyon's cool canyon vistas. Moose, elk, deer, and many other species of wildlife make the Canyon their home. The fall leaves will be at their most spectacular! The color in Blacksmith Fork Canyon rivals the East Coast ~ the red maples, yellow aspens set against the dark green junipers! The course runs nine miles through Cache Valley. Cache Valley is in the heart of the Wasatch mountains. The Wellsvilles to the west are the steepest mountains in the world from base to base.
This Course is USAT&F certifed. The organizers have had the course certified by the USA Track and Field Association (USAT&F). This means people running this course can qualify for the Boston Marathon and the USA Olympic Trials.