Memorial Day Weekend

The unofficial start to summer is upon us ushering in the season of cookouts, beaches (to suit-up for your open water swim), outdoor pools (for laps of course – not recreation) and weather that doesn’t require 5 layers of clothing to get outside for a workout. It also brings weekends packed with opportunity to race.
Clay’s Park Triathlon kicks off the 2013 triathlon season on Saturday with a sprint triathlon through its name sake park and the surrounding rolling hills of North Lawrence. Also on tap for Saturday – make your way out to Grafton for the First Place 5k and enjoy the Grafton Fireman’s Festival afterwards. The classic Blossom Time Run happens on Sunday – lots of hills, lots of pain, lots of fun. If hills aren’t your thing, head out to the Spire Institute and run for a good cause this Memorial Day Weekend. The 1st Lt. Michael Runyan 5k benefits the Wounded Warrior Project.
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Happy Memorial Day! See you at the races!

Saturday

  • Dirty Bird 15k Trail Race (Wooster, OH)
  • Kaiser Permenente Eagle Run 5 Miler (Cleveland, OH)
  • Grafton First Place Bank 5k (Grafton, OH)
  • May in Bay 5k (Bay Village, OH)
  • Clay’s Park Kick-off Triathlon (North Lawrence, OH)

Sunday

  • 1st Lt. Michael L. Runyan 5k (Geneva, OH)
  • Blossom Time Run 5.25 Miles (Chagrin Falls, OH)
  • Blue Streaks Through River 5k (Rocky River, OH)

Anything else going on?

Links to event websites are on our calendar or at Second Sole.

As always, keep abreast of upcoming races and SSSMST events with the calendar. The calendar has links to all event websites. Have a great weekend!

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