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We’re a diverse group of runners in Chillicothe,OH. We train to compete in races throughout Ohio & the tri-state area. Our members are mostly full & half marathoners, triathletes, & ironmen. We participate in the local 5&10Ks together & plan to organize more local races, as well as out-of-state team trips.

We run moderately during the weekdays and take long runs on the weekends.

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4 responses

28 01 2015
Ashley

Hello,

Hoping to find some more participants for our second annual Ohiopyle Trail Running Festival Saturday June 13th at Ohiopyle State Park, Pa. The day will be filled with a number of activities including a family 5K and a trail running “10K”, “Half” and “Full” distance races. We would like to offer all club member $10 off any distance price by using the code CLUB10. Learn more at http://www.pylerunride.com

14 05 2015
Kenny

Make plans now for the “amp Up with the Amish 10k” and the “Run for Rosie 2k” on July 11, 2015. Details at http://www.beEPICfit.com (News and Events). Hope to see you there.

26 05 2016
Michelle Casey

Hi! My company is hosting The Cheddar Challenge in Yellow Springs, OH on Saturday, June 11th. We are looking for volunteers on race day. A perk for volunteering is free race entry to any of our races. We host 5 different races in Ohio so your team could volunteer at The Cheddar Challenge and participate in one of our other 5ks for free! Find out more info on the event here: http://www.cheddar5k.com/#!blank/cee5

30 07 2016
Shewe

Does this club still exist? If not is there another running club in Chillicothe. Thanks

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