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TRL Summer Series Race #3: Up The Lazy River on Memorial Day

Had enough hills after the first two Summer Series races? Ready for something flat and fast? Well, tough luck muchachos (and muchachoettes), because the Up The Lazy River 10k on Monday, May 27th has another nice big hill right in the middle. But don’t worry, much of the rest of the course is less unforgiving, [...]

2013 TRL Summer Series: Don’t miss it!

Now that spring has sprung, it’s time for Lizards to lace up their racing shoes and get ready for the annual TRL Summer Series, eight races of various distances and terrain designed to test your mettle and get your competitive juices flowing! You can run as few or as many of the races as you [...]

Summer fun, TRL style: Summer Series and Tour de Goose

This past month saw the conclusion of two of my favorite Lizard events, the Summer Race Series and the Tour de Goose. Both involve competition, points for the taking, constantly evolving standings, and coveted and colorful apparel for the top finishers, but in other respects they are very different. The Summer Series is based on [...]

Summer Series Kickoff at First Friday!

Come join your fellow Lizards this Friday, May 4th, at 7:00 at the NW Lucky Lab for a special edition of our weekly First Friday celebration. This month’s FF will also be the kickoff party for the TRL Summer Race Series. Besides sharing a pint and conversation with old and new friends, you can learn [...]

2012 TRL Summer Series!

Lace up your racing shoes and fasten your seat belts! It’s time once again for the annual TRL Summer Series, a chance for Lizards to partake in the three Cs: Competition, Carpooling, and Camaraderie. As always, the series comprises events of various distances, sizes, locations, terrain, and intensity levels, from hugely popular metro area road [...]

Races: The Original “Flash Mobs”

On a recent Saturday morning I couldn’t find a race I was planning to run, due to faulty directions (or misinterpreted directions – but I’m going with “faulty”), and I gave up and drove home. I was disappointed, not because I missed a chance to run fast and compete (there will always be other races), [...]

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