2.17.2017

Oiselle Tenacious Ten Race Discount Code!

Now that I have a few more deets, I thought I'd put up a post (complete with promo code!) for the TENACIOUS TEN

Y'all, Oiselle is finally sponsoring a race! After five years of being a part of this great team, I couldn't be more excited! And, there's a TEN MILE option - which I've always wanted to run. If this distance appeals to you, too, get registering soon: there are limited spots for the 10 mile race and, as of earlier this week, there were only about 40 left. Alas, I still have not rid myself of plantar fasciitis, so I won't be able to partake. However, there is a 10K option as well. I am doing a new treatment for my foot (which I may detail here once I'm done) and I'm hopeful that I'll be able to do 6.2 leisurely miles by April. I may just use the beginner training plan to ramp up my running. Thanks to the amazing Beth at Running Evolution, there is a personalized beginner training plan:
This is the new iteration of the Brooks Trailhead Run, formerly Emerald City Run, and before that - the Seattle's Best.  The start and finish of the race will take place at Gas Works Park, on Saturday, April 22nd. Yay a SATURDAY RACE!   
can't beat the view from the start/finish
Both distances include a finishers medal, and forget about inevitably ill fitting shirts, everyone registering gets a TRUCKER HAT:


What: 10Mile, 10K, 1K kids race
When: Saturday, April 22nd (start time: 8AM )
Where: Gasworks Park (course maps here)
Register HERE and use code: READANDRUN17 for 10% off 
Hope to see you there!  Prices go up on next Thursday, February 23rd, so register soon.


2 comments:

  1. I hate to hear that you will not be able to run the 10-miler, since you were really looking forward to it, but hopeful you'll be able to manage the 10K. Plantar fasciitis is the devil! My husband has struggled with it, off and on, for a couple of years. I'm looking forward to the trip; I've actually never run a ten mile race, so this distance will be new to me!

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    1. Ugh, years??? Yes! I've never done a 10 mile race, either - hopefully next year 😀

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