Run Tucson News
We are beginning our 23rd year of WOG this Tuesday, January 12, 2021. Join us! Our goals for the new season are: 1) Build stamina and strength into the weekly running routine. 2) Practice faster running and push out of current comfort zones. 3) Enjoy miles with others. Feel free to visit and join a
Check out our email Year in Review By the Numbers In 2020, Run Tucson was able to provide $27,931 to support children in need, wheelchair athletes, health care workers, animal welfare, local public media, explorations in science, and health, wellness, & public health advocacy. We’re especially grateful to all of you and to our major sponsors for making this
Well, that was fun! Mostly cloudy skies and a ton o’ wind, but we escaped the afternoon rain and the nighttime snow, so we’ll call it a win! Speaking of winning, please see the race report below and a host of other-post race details, including information for the Virtual runners, a thank you from the
Emerson closes Self-Reliance with this:”Nothing can bring you peace but the triumph of principles.” A life of running has provided us with 10 principles and beliefs that enable us to help build a stronger community. At its root, we believe that running is a solitary pursuit that brings people together. We believe in using the sport of running
We’re looking forward to the Grand Canyon Trail Half Marathon and 5k Run/Walk this weekend, staged in the Kaibab National Forest, adjacent to the South Rim. Click here for the final race details to all participants.
We’re moving forward with an in-person Grand Canyon Trail Half Marathon and 5k Run/Walk on Saturday, November 7th. The first 250 registrants in either the 5k or the half-marathon will receive these goodies: Grand Canyon running buff Colorful long sleeve shirt Souvenir race coster medal Souvenir race bib We’ve been given permission from all required agencies