Marathon Clinic News 9/12/16JERRY
Group leader Jerry has been running with PMC since 2005. He took off 2014 & 2015 to run 23 & 25 marathons and ultras. 2016 Eugene was number 112 total for him. Why he likes to run with PMC: The endless inspiration of so many other runners -- pace and distance is all relative, but [for me] the connections made during events/runs gives me the energy and desire to continue running.
1) Marathon News
2) Training Run Sept 17
3) Training Run Sept 24
A few regular entries for Portland Marathon still available. After regular entries close, both the Marathon and the Half have charity entry options . Registration is still open for Kids Run & Family Festival . No Refunds, Exchanges, Rollovers, Deferrals or Transfers.
PMC Expo Booth
The directors, coaches and pace group leaders of the Portland Marathon Training Clinic will be available at their booth at the expo for any last minute questions, advice and some carbo treats.
PMC Finish Line Tent
Share your marathon story with the others in your pace group and the coaches in the tent. Pick up your choices of food and beverage, then turn the corner onto 4th Ave. We're right across from the Portland Building.
TRAINING RUN SEPT 17 8 AM
The run will be 16 or 20 miles at 8 am starting from Road Runner Sports 23rd, 29 NW 23rd, Portland. For driving directions see: http://www.teamoregon.com/pmc/training/runs/rrs23dir.htm. You can park in the Uptown Center upper parking lot or the associated parking garage, disregard the time limit signs. The course will be http://www.teamoregon.com/maps/index.php?id=10721. There will be 2 aid stations for out and back supplied by lululemon Carrying water or sports drink is recommended. Please no headphones, dogs or baby joggers.
TRAINING RUN SEPT 24 8AM
The run this Saturday will be 16 miles at 8 am from Lucy, Bridgeport Village. The doors will be open at 7:30 am. For directions to the start see http://www.teamoregon.com/pmc/training/runs/lucydir.htm. The route will be a slight start/finish alteration of http://www.teamoregon.com/maps/index.php?id=10720 There will be 2 aid stations accessible both out and back, you will need to carry water for hydration. No headphones, dogs or baby joggers please
For more information about the runs, go to http://www.teamoregon.com/pmc/runs/trainrun.htm. Pace groups are by marathon goal times, see the "finding your pace group" chart in the run information. If you have raced, go to http://www.teamoregon.com/publication/online/wiz.html and get your marathon goal based on your race times. Groups are led by volunteer experienced marathoners. Groups range from those able to run a marathon under 3 hours to those wanting to run 5 hours.