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2022 Summer Series

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Spring is in the air, and summer is just around the corner – you know what that means… Summer Series time! For those not in the loop on what the Summer Series is, it is a selection of races that we encourage club members to join. The goal is to… Read More »2022 Summer Series

Board Candidate Statements

Every 2 years, Team Red Lizard has an election for the 4 officer positions on the board – President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.  For the March 2022 elections, we have candidates willing to run for each of those positions.  The following are the statements they submitted for members to… Read More »Board Candidate Statements

The TRL Board Needs You!

Being on a “board” – if you have ever thought that sounded important, well, it is. But being on the TRL board doesn’t require you to have special training or credentials; it simply requires that you enjoy running and being a part of the Lizard community. With board elections coming… Read More »The TRL Board Needs You!

2021 Portland Marathon Pacing

Different Approach for Different Type of Year It wasn’t long ago that in-person events were the norm. Of course, more recently in-person events weren’t happening. As of now, most of you know that the 2021 Portland Marathon is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 3rd. Pacing for the 2021 Portland Marathon is… Read More »2021 Portland Marathon Pacing

The Race that Wouldn’t End

By Rick Lovett My buddy and I called it the Twilight Zone Run. Not because it was run in the evening, but because it felt like an episode of the classic fantasy/science fiction TV show. Officially, it was the 1984 Rutabaga Run. It began beneath the steeple of a postcard-perfect… Read More »The Race that Wouldn’t End

A TRL pandemic marathon story

By Janne Heinonen and Chelsea Warren In late April, we ran the Virtual Eugene Marathon on Sauvie Island. In the before-times, this article might describe our training plans, our race strategies, our experience as first time marathoners (or first in a very long time). But these are pandemic times, and… Read More »A TRL pandemic marathon story