April 14, 2018 brings the Dragon Run to Dallas OR for the 11th year! This is a race for all ages, particularly the youth of the surrounding areas. ll routes are new this year and will be completely on paved surface. – no more grass field! The new course will incorporate the new Ron Lines Memorial Bridge. Each race will start from a different point and finish at Dallas High School Football Stadium (1250 E Holman Ave Dallas, OR). The longer race will start at Dallas High School near the Chemeketa building and the shorter races will start near LaCreole Middle School where packet pick up will be. You will be able to pick up your packet before the race April 8th in the cafeteria at LaCreole Middle School. The cafeteria is on the south end of the school, in the front (701 SE LaCreole Drive). T-Shirts are guaranteed with online registration through April 8th at midnight. All proceeds go to support the Dallas Education Foundation.
Race Day: April 14, 2018
- .5 mile $20, starts at 10:10a
- 1.5 miles $20, starts at 10:10a
- 5k walk/run $25.00, starts at 10:00a
Register online for the Dragon Run HERE!
New maps coming soon for all distances. You can find them here!
This event will be computer timed. Race results will be posted online soon after the event ends at 11:00a. If you have any questions, email the race director at Trenda.Locke@dsd.org. Join the Facebook event and don’t miss out on any announcements here!
Avoid online processing fee by downloading the registration form to hand in with your payment here!
“I love seeing everyone from the community out running and cheering each other on. The finish line is a celebration as names are called out over the loudspeakers and we cheer on classmates, co-workers, neighbors and friends.” ~Kim Bucher
“I ran in last year. Loved it and I am excited about the course change this year.” ~Malia Barrientos” I like the Dragon Run because I get to run as fast as I can.” ~Sam Reimer, age 7
“I love being a part of the Dragon Run! It makes me happy to see so many people of all ages from our community participating, spectating, and cheering each other on! It’s good, clean, fun on a Saturday morning in Dallas!” ~Julie Reimer“This is a great family event that brings the community together for some family fitness fun. I’m excited for the new addition to the course this year.” ~Stacie McGraw