Tigard, OR, September 2, 2017
Registration is $65 through July 1. As of July 2, the price goes up to $70.
Online registration ends on August 31st at 6:00 pm.
Race day registration is $75 and will end at 7:00 AM on race day.
Online only. Sorry, no paper registration is available.
T-shirts: All runners registered before July 1st are guaranteed a technical race shirt. After July 1st, runners receive a technical race shirt based on availability.
Medals: All half-marathon runners will receive an exclusive HERO-UP race medal.
Packet Pick up: Friday, September 2nd 4:30-7pm @ Cook Park. You may also pick up your packets on race day starting at 7 AM.  
Timing: The race will be chip timed by Huber Timing with disposable UHF chips attached to the back of each bib. Results will be posted onsite at the race and will also be available online as runners finish. Click here for online results on race day.
2015 Race Results
2014 Race Results
2013 Race Results

 Cook Park is located at 17005 SW 92nd Avenue, near the High School in Tigard, OR. For directions to the park, click here. The start and finish line will be at Shelter #2 in Cook Park, which is the largest covered shelter, located South of the large playground and East of Baseball field #2. For a map of Cook Park, click here.
Parking: There should be plenty of parking at Cook Park. 
Restrooms: There will be flushing restrooms and port-a-potties right next to the Start/Finish area at Shelter #2 in Cook Park. There are also several other flushing restroom facilities throughout the park. There will be port-a-potties placed along the Half-marathon route in Tualatin.
Course Description: The half-marathon course starts at Cook Park, goes through Durham City Park,  and then takes runners on Tigard neighborhood streets before returning to run through Cook Park and then on to Tualatin Community Park.  From there runners will follow Tualatin Road to 124th and circle back around to make their way back to the finish as they re-trace their steps through the parks.  Both courses are predominately flat with some rolling hills as runners make their way through the multiple parks.
Aid Stations: There will be 6 aid stations along the half-marathon route. All aid stations will have water. Two aid stations will have an electrolyte drink.
Prizes will be given to the first overall male and female in each age group for the Half-marathon and 5K. Prizes will also be awarded for the best costumes. Costume categories include but are not limited to:
~Best Look-a-like
~Best Original Superhero
~Best Duo
~Best Group
~Best Sidekick
~Best Villain
~Best Kids Costume
~Most Creative
*Costumes are not necessary for race entry.

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