Tackle the 2020 Half and Full Marathon Series Challenge

Challenging yourself is often the best way to stick to any training plan. The Pacific Northwest Half & Full Marathon Series has several challenge options if you’re willing to tackle a number of races this season. Runners can earn a four, seven or ten race challenge medal by completing races in the 2020 calendar year, and by making your final race a medal race. If you finish in the top 10 of your age group at races, you can earn additional points that are tallied for end-of-year male and female open and masters champions. The series kicked off January 1 in Maupin, OR, with the Deschutes River Half Marathon, but the challenge has more than 20 race options so there are plenty more opportunities to earn points. The series event options as of publication are listed below.

Deschutes River Half Marathon (01.01.2020)
Geoduck Gallop Half Marathon (02.02.2020)
Woolley Trail Runs Marathon and Half Marathon (02.15.2020)
Lincoln City Half Marathon (04.04.2020)
Corvallis Half Marathon (04.11.2020)
Bend Marathon and Half Marathon (04.19.2020)
Run on the River Half Marathon (05.17.2020)
Happy Girl Half Marathon – Bend (05.23.2020)
Newport Marathon (05.30.2020)
San Juan Island Marathon and Half Marathon (06.14.2020)
Foot Traffic Flat Marathon and Half Marathon (07.04.2020)
Haulin Aspen Full & Half Marathon (08.08.2020)
Crater Lake Marathon & 13 Mile Run (08.08.2020)
Happy Girl Half Marathon – Spokane (09.19.2020)
Spirit of Oregon Half Marathon (10.04.2020)
Lake Padden Trail Half Marathon (10.10.2020)
Happy Girls Half Marathon – Sisters (11.07.2020)
Wattle Waddle Marathon and Wittle Waddle Half (11.26.2020)
Oregon Mid Valley Road Race Half Marathon (11.26.2020)
Seattle Ghost Marathon & Half Marathon (11.28.2020)
Amica Insurance Seattle Marathon and Half Marathon (11.29.2020)
Last Chance Marathon & Half Marathon (12.31.2020)

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