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2023 Race Series Preview: Ardor Adventures Races Preview – Get out your race calendar!!

Running on the Oregon Coast is such a gift. It’s often cold, but it’s always beautiful, and there’s good reason why people come back again and again. Ardor Adventures is a race organization that makes that tradition possible with races for all seasons. Start the year with a chilly polar plunge, run with someone special for Valentine’s Day, celebrate the 4th of July fireworks, and enjoy the Day of The Dead and Turkey Day with a good sweat.

A few of the events late in 2023 have not posted new dates on the website yet, so stay tuned for those, but get your calendars out and plan for some fun in Newport!!

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Perpetua Fatass **This race has passed!

  • Distance: 50k, 30k, 20k & 10k
  • When: January 1st, 2023
  • Where: Yachats Commons, 441 Hwy 101 N, Yachats, OR
  • Cost: Free

Newport Resolution Run & Polar Bear Plunge **This race has passed!

  • Distance: Half Marathon, 10k & 5k
  • When: January 7th, 2023
  • Where: South Jetty Rd near Rogue Brewery, Newport, OR
  • Cost: $40-$55

Run Love Run

  • Distance: 30k, 15k, & 8k
  • When: February 11th, 2023
  • Where: Rogue Brewery, Newport, OR
  • Cost: $55-$105

Newport Celebration Run

  • Distance: Half Marathon, 10k, 5k and 1 Mile Kids Run
  • When: July 4th, 2023
  • Where: Rogue Brewery, Newport, OR
  • Cost: $5-$70

Twisted Pine Run

  • Distance: Half Marathon, 10k, & 5k
  • When: September 9th, 2023
  • Where: South Beach State Park’s Amphitheater, 5580 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR
  • Cost: $40-$70

Dia De Los Muertos Endurance Run

  • Distance: 24 Hour, 12 Hour, 6 Hour, 5 Miler
  • When: To Be Deturmined
  • Where: South Beach State Park’s Amphitheater, 5580 SW Coast Hwy, Newport, OR
  • Cost: $40-$220

Newport Turkey Trot 

  • Distance: 10k, 5k, & Kids Run
  • When: To Be Deturmined
  • Where: Rogue Brewery, Newport, OR
  • Cost: $8-$50
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