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Race preview: 2015 Run Like Hell Half

"Under The Big Top" is the theme for this year's annual Halloween running party, Run Like Hell. I'm pretty sure this means circus costumes rather than over-sized singlets and running bras, but that would probably work too. Anyway, Terrapin Events always puts on a horrifyingly fun October event, with a half marathon, 10k, 5k, and kids' half miler. And since this is Run Like Hell's 13th year, this is a perfect time to put on a costume and clown around in downtown Portland.

Perks include a tech shirt, two beers (21 and over only, of course), post-race food, music during and after the race, and finishers medals for the half marathon.

What: The 13th annual Run Like Hell

When: Sunday, October 25th

Where: Pioneer Courthouse Square, downtown Portland

“Under The Big Top” is the theme for this year’s Run Like Hell.

What time:
6:30a – Packet pickup opens
7:30a – Half marathon starts
8:10a – 10k starts
9:15a – 5k starts

Registration: Half marathon – $99 ($109 race weekend); 10k – $49 ($54 race weekend); 5k – $39 through 10/9, $45 after 10/9 ($49 race weekend); Kids’ Half Miler – $8 ($12 race weekend). Teams of eight or more will receive $5 off registration for each runner. Register online HERE.

About Joe Dudman (267 Articles)
Portland, Oregon native Joe Dudman has been running races since his sophomore year in high school, and has accumulated over 600 race shirts through the years. Although he has survived 8 marathons, Joe prefers shorter, faster races like 5Ks and the mile.

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