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Race Recap: Three Capes Relay Leg 4

Leg 4: (6.82 miles) – rated “moderate”

Marya Van Metre, an occasional contributor to Run Oregon, ran Leg 4 for our team. Her recap is below: 494 more words

Oregon Coast Running

Relay Race - Ski Mountaineering World Championships 2017

The Relay Race was the last race of the World Championships. The event was hosted at the Piancavallo Ski Resort on a beautiful sunny day. 564 more words

Ski Mountaineering

Race Recap: Three Capes Relay Leg 3

Leg 3: 5.02 Miles, Rated “Extremely Difficult”

This leg of the relay is rated as “extremely difficult,” which is daunting, especially when the description tells you there is a climb of over 800 feet with a 6.5% grade and that it’s the most challenging leg of the race. 873 more words

Oregon Coast Running

Race Recap: Three Capes Relay Leg 2

Leg 2, 5.44 miles, “difficult”

Last year, I ran Leg 5; this year I decided to get my run over with early in the relay so I could relax. 528 more words

Oregon Coast Running

Race Recap: Three Capes Relay Leg 1

The hardest part about the Three Capes Relay for the Run Oregon team was getting everyone’s recaps together. That says a lot about the mellow atmosphere and tiny amount of logistical work required for this one-day marathon relay, especially since all of our team members are busy – four are moms (with 2 kids each), three of us work full time and one part time, and all of us fit our training in around those crazy schedules. 735 more words

Oregon Coast Running

Divisional Relay Race Held

Battalion Diary – March 10, 1917

Location: Witley Camp, North Surrey

Training was carried on in the morning. In the afternoon, the Divisional Relay Race of 15 miles was held around a previous laid out course.

Witley Camp

Relay Race Team's Final Practice

Battalion Diary – March 9, 1917

Location: Witley Camp, North Surrey

The team for the relay race to be held on March 10th was given final test.

Witley Camp