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TRL Celebrates Members Virtually

A big thank you to all of the members who joined us on Wednesday, November 18, for our on-line event focused on celebrating TRL members and their accomplishments over the past couple years.  In case you missed the event, had issues joining, are suffering from Zoom fatigue, needed to wash your hair, or that was [...]

TRL Member Celebration Event – Nov 18

TRL will be hosting an online event to recognize some of our members on Wednesday, November 18 at 7:30 PM. Between our Summer Series winners and the 2019 annual awards for outstanding performances and volunteerism, join us to recognize the outstanding achievements from the past year. Joining is easy. Just click on the following link [...]

Perspectives of Growing up Indian American in Beaverton

“What type of Indian are you – the dot or the feather?” This question that a patient asked her in graduate school is what stands out in my mind after my interview with Bhavana Reddy. While there isn’t an issue with being genuinely interested in someone’s background, skin color, or religion – or even wanting [...]

Stumptown Cross – Let’s Get Virtual!

Fall is in the air, which usually means a bunch of crazy runners show up to Portland Metro area parks to run across wet grass or soft surface trails in an effort to see how they stack up against the competition.  And for many, it is more about the comradery and team pride.  Whatever it [...]

TRL Member Profile: Edward Liljeholm

We recently caught up with Edward Liljeholm, who is an essential worker, runner, and has been a TRL member since 2017. How long have you been running and why did you start running? I started running, on a treadmill, back in 2002 to aid in martial arts. While martial arts is very physical, there isn’t [...]

Why YOU Should Run a Virtual Race Series Like Stumptown Cross

By Rick Lovett When TRL conducted its first virtual race, the Stumptown Quarantine 5K in May, interest was overwhelming. We had more than 300 finishers from at least 15 states and two foreign countries. The Lizard open-division women got into an exciting duel with a very good high school team, and the Lizard masters men [...]

Returning to Running After Smoke By Rick Lovett

Like all of us, I’ve been obsessively watching the air quality index, more or less willing it to improve…as if that’s possible. And like many of us, I’ve learned a lot about air quality levels we never before dreamed of. I used to think 175 was bad. Now I am a connoisseur of the difference [...]

Running safety and etiquette during the COVID-19 pandemic

By Raghav Wusirika and Janne Heinonen Nearly six months have passed since Oregon’s Stay at Home Order was put into place, Shamrock Run was cancelled, and Team Red Lizard and other running clubs cancelled their group runs. These measures were implemented to reduce COVID-19 transmission throughout the community – to not overwhelm our healthcare system, [...]

Portland Marathon Pacing Update by Gregg LeBlanc – Pacing Director

Portland Pacing – to be or not to be? That was the question. If you were operating on the premise that the majority of major fall marathons would be canceled, you were right. The Portland Race Director, Brooksee, was monitoring and evaluating the local health guidance before making the tough decision to cancel the 2020 Portland [...]

Meet Masters Superstar Jeannie Groesz

Coming off impressive second place finishes in the 2020 Summer Stumptown 10K, 5K, and Uphill mile, Jeannie Groesz is a superstar masters runner who has been a member of TRL for over 10 years. Originally from Eugene and based in Redmond, Jeannie has competed in masters running events throughout America and internationally for many years. [...]

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