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KATHWREN1 Posts: 3
3/19/09 2:18 P

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Hood to Coast is a relay race that goes 192 miles from Mt. Hood to the beach in Seaside. There are 12 team members that run 3 legs of about 6 miles (give or take) each leg. Took our team about 30 hours to complete it last year. - if you can get on a team (the teams fill up every year on registration day) it's absolutely the most fun you can have standing up.

http://www.hoodtocoast.com/

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3/19/09 12:38 P

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Just curious! What is "Hood to Coast" - I'm assuming it's some kind of relay thing?? I've never heard of it. And welcome - I'm new myself and am enjoying the whole site - lots of nice people and lots of encouragement. Makes us know we are not alone in this battle of the bulges..

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3/19/09 12:34 P

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A co-worker recommended the site and it looks good so far. Am training for Hood to Coast. Did it last year, and want to improve on my time for this year. Hope to lose a significant amount of weight before the race in August. Looking for training buddy, im pretty slow still though. Beaverton area.

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