2013 Run in the Country
The 2013 Run in the Country results are available! Click here.
Packet Pick Up:
Packet pickup and registration will be at the Coburg Community Grange on Saturday July 20 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM. The Grange is in downtown Coburg at 32661 East Mill St (between Willamette and Harrison streets). Packets can also be picked up on race day at the registration tent on the corner of Diamond and McKenzie Streets.
Day of Race Registration:
We will be offering day of race registration again this year. Just show up on race day at the registration tent with a check, cash or card and we'll set you up. Race shirts for "day of" race registrants may be for sale at an additional cost.
Reminder that, due to the need to pre-order and print the race shirts, shirts will be provided at packet pick up only for those who registered by July 14 or earlier. The cost of the shirt is not included for anyone registering after July 14. Shirts may be available for sale at the event.
Here's what you can expect from our 2013 event:
Professional photography by Long Run Picture Company.
Six aid stations (about one every two miles) each featuring experienced, enthusiastic volunteers; water, electrolyte drink and energy gel; and a portable toilet.
Technical Shirts with gender-specific sizing, women will get a woman's shirt!
A comfortable size event with about 250 runners. No long lines and no getting run-over by the crowds, but enough people to keep you company on the course.
Professional, accurate timing by Eclectic Edge Racing, with results posted shortly after you finish.
Most runners will have their names announced as they finish.
A well-marked course with each mile posted.
Comfortable temperatures with a very low chance of any precipitation. Average temperature at the finish is 70 degrees.
An on-time start.
Great destination event-just 7 miles from Eugene OR, Track Town USA and the Rose bowl Champs, the Ducks. Come visit the field where Chip Kelly once walked the sideline…
Race is held in conjunction with Coburg Golden Years, a traditional small town celebration.
Eugene Physical Therapy will be on-site at the race again this year as Medical Aid and our presenting sponsor.