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Santa Barbara Veterans Half Marathon

Santa Barbara Veterans Half Marathon this year we handled all sound and announcing for the start



Pacific Coast Triathlon

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Hansen Dam Trithlon

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Hansen Dam Superhero Run

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MARINA BAY HALF MARATHON "THE RIVETER"


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Join us for a run around the historical Marina Bay area. With sights and sounds seemingly frozen in the times of yesteryear, you will thoroughly enjoy every turn of this great race.
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Orange County International Triathlon 2014


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It was a beautiful morning at Lake Mission Viejo for the Orange County International Triathlon 2014
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Malibu 7 Canyon Classic

The Second Annual Malibu 7 Canyon Classic with over 500 riders
a great day to hang with my friend
Sean English keeping the riders pumped up!!

  The ride will began at beautiful Zuma Beach in Malibu, CA. The ride went through the majestic Malibu mountains via seven iconic Southern California canyons:
Latigo, Encinal, Decker, Mulholland, Little Sycamore, Yerba Buena, Deer Creek and Potrero Canyons. During the ride, riders have the opportunity to experience the unique beauty of Malibu as they ride, the mountain roads, through the Santa Monica National Forest.


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Students Run LA 2014

Students Run LA Friendship Run 2014
The 18-mile Friendship Run be- gan in 1996 as a training run for students participating in the SRLA program. The event is open to the community and we welcome runners of all ages to take on the challenge with the 3000 SRLA
runners. The event is now in its 18th year and SRLA is in the 24th season since forming in 1989.
Students Run LA
The mission of Students Run LA is to challenge at-risk secondary students to experience the benefits of goal-setting, character development, adult mentoring and improved health by providing them with a truly life-changing experience: The training for and completion of the ASICS LA Marathon.
SRLA Objectives
To carry out its mission, SRLA has five key objectives:
  • To provide teacher mentors who assist students in their training and who reinforce the lessons of responsibility, discipline and goal-setting.
  • To support students in tackling a supremely difficult goal, to break down their mental barriers to this goal, and to create “can do” attitudes.
  • To introduce students to the pleasure of running, encourage students to develop the habit of physical fitness, and teach students aspects of healthy living.
  • To create an opportunity for students of all ethnic groups, cultures, and socioeconomic backgrounds to meet one another and experience an important sense of belonging.
  • To offer a program in which all students are welcome, all have the same chance to achieve the goal, and all become winners.
For many of the students, training for a marathon represents the first time that they have committed to a specific goal. By providing them an opportunity for incremental accomplishment and a supportive environment to help them on their way, SRLA gives the students the inspiration, excitement and encouragement to accomplish their goal.


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Mayor's Race and Wellness Festival 2014






San Diego Holiday Half Marathon

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A beautiful cool morning in San Diego for the San Diego Holiday Half Marathon
A very fast course with the winner finishing in 1.04. Over 4 thousand runners came out for the Inaugural event



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This was the maiden voyage for the new RF Venue Antennas
As you might imagine trying to get every bit of range for my
Line 6 wireless microphones
these Antennas were a god send I’d say at least an extra 35% of coverage
That means being able to talk all the way from the stage in the background of this shot to the finish line!

Jingle Bells Run OC & Marin

Chosen as one of the Most Incredible Themed Races, Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis is a fun and festive way to kick off your holidays by helping others!

Wearing holiday themedostume runners had a great time. With jingle bells tied to your shoelaces. They raise funds to fight arthritis, the nation's leading cause of disability. A run or walk, 5 kilometer route with your team members and celebrate the season by giving. I had the pleasure of working two of the events OC and Marin this year

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The Love Run


A Great day with 1500 on my new friends!
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Rocking the new RCF Gear and Ashly Amp!!!
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OC International Triathlon

It was a beautiful morning at Lake Mission Viejo for the Orange County International Triathlon

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Tacos and Beer 5k

Big fun was had by all at the first Tacos and Beer 5k Festival in Long Beach May 4th

Shout out to RaqC and the Exitos 93.9 crew &
ChivaFighter





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Mayor's Race Palm Springs

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Mayor’s Race Palm Springs

Join the Mayor of Palm Springs for one of the most scenic runs you will ever experience. The race is part of Mayor Steve Pougnet's commitment to health and reducing childhood obesity. See the uptown, downtown, Marilyn!, historic buildings, parks and the scenic mountain views. There is a race for everyone of every age. Come join the fun! Every registrant receives a hot breakfast and finisher's medal!
Directions and Parking
From Indian Canyon go East on Tachevah and North on Via Miraleste. Park in the West parking lot near Desert Regional (follow signs for parking)
Additional Information
Raffle prizes, food samples, and a fun flat course make this one of the best! Prizes for every age division. Commemorative photo and medal for every 5K and 7 Mile finisher! Breakfast is included!



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LOS ANGELES CHAMPIONSHIP & TRI EXPRESS
TRIATHLON SERIES

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Santa Monica 5000 in the news!

HDT 2012 in the news!

Hundreds of participants gut it out in Hansen Dam Triathlon
By Susan Abram Staff Writer
Posted:   08/19/2012 03:26:37 PM PDT
Updated:   08/19/2012 04:40:39 PM PDT


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Participants run into the water for the start of the 8th annual Hansen Dam Triathlon Sunday morning. Participants had to swim 500 meters, bike 11 miles, and run a 5K. (David Crane / Staff Photographer)


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LAKE VIEW TERRACE - Showing off ripped stomach muscles and lean physiques, hundreds of men and women tackled a 500-yard swim, an 11-mile bicycle ride and a three-mile run Sunday as part of the Hansen Dam Triathlon.
More than 800 athletes of all ages and physical abilities participated in the annual event, where many said they wanted to do it for reasons ranging from setting a personal goal to raising awareness about health and safety issues.
"It's personal for me," said Rudy Baca, 45, of Shadow Hills, who has completed the triathlon twice before.
"The hardest part for me is waking upearly and going swimming," he added.
"I do it for health reasons," said Kristina Garcia, 30. "I've always been an athlete, but this is an adrenaline rush."
Now in its eighth year, the Hansen Dam Triathlon has gained a wide reputation outside the San Fernando Valley, said race director Mark Tipton. This year's triathlon included an Olympian race, which meant each portion was doubled - a 1,000-meter swim, a 22-mile cycle and a 10k run.

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MVT @ Jingle Bells 5k



Jingle Bell Run/Walk is a fun and festive way to kick off the holidays with family, friends and coworkers. Form a team, raise funds and organize your very own holiday-themed costumes. Then tie jingle bells to your shoelaces, and complete a 5 kilometer route.

In Honor of Conor 5k



In Honor of Conor
On Sunday, October 16th 2011, people are gathering to honor a life that was tragically cut short on October 19th 2010. They are honoring it by walking on the same streets near where the young man’s life was taken.
Conor Lynch, 16, was killed by a hit and run driver while crossing Woodman Ave. in Sherman Oaks, California during a cross country training run with his High School team.
By all accounts Conor was a terrific kid, an outstanding athlete who worked part time as a lifeguard and swimming instructor. He just happened to be crossing the wrong street at the wrong time.

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