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Tue Jan 11th, 2022
South Coast Roadrunners

Sunday March 27th - 6:45amClub Race - PCRF Reaching for the Cure (5K, 10K, Half Marathon, and more)Irvine Valley CollegeOur March Grand Prix Race has been a local classic for several years now. This race will take place at Irvine Valley College on Sunday, March 27, 2022 with multiple race options available:

Half Marathon 7:00am start $100.00
10K 7:45am start $50.00
5K 7:15am start $45.00.

The above prices are effective until February 1st, 2022.

There are also 5K/10K walk options and a kids 1K run run available, as well as virtual options, see event link below.

cure.pcrf-kids.org/event/2022-reaching-for-the-cure/e350140/register/new/select-tickets

Our Grand Prix races are open to paid SCRR members in good standing as always. Thanks to Steve Ireland to sourcing discount code below for 15% off!

Discount code: RACESHED

See event link posted above for upcoming packet pickup info and fundraising options for those interested in donating to the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation (PCRF).
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Club Race - PCRF Reaching for the Cure (5K, 10K, Half Marathon, and more)
Sun Jan 9th, 2022
South Coast Roadrunners

Saturday January 15th - 7:45amClub Run - Irvine Great Park LoopCypress Village Community ParkLeader: Nicole Herold

For this loop around the Great Park area, we will meet in the parking lot for the Cypress Community Park in Irvine, off Roosevelt and Jeffrey Road by the athletic fields/tennis courts. After exiting the 5 freeway, Roosevelt is the first signal when heading North on Jeffrey Road. Turn right on Roosevelt, then right on Visions and the parking lot/park will be on your right.

A route has been provided to familiarize yourselves with the twists and turns of the route, see below (thanks Nicole):

connect.garmin.com/modern/activity/7978140384?share_unique_id=8&fbclid=IwAR2KN4zlhuG7s5xjmBeab202...

About the Run: Our run will start heading southbound on the Cypress Village Trail which is a stones throw from Jeffrey Road. The route will bend left and parallel the 5 freeway, and at mile ~1.3 we will turn left onto Tulip, and then a right turn three streets later on Nightmist. Continue on Nightmist until we cross Sand Canyon Ave at the crosswalk-- continue south on the sidewalk for Sand Canyon Ave until we reach Marine Way just after mile #2 and turn left.

Continue down Marine Way past 5 Points Ampitheatre and at mile ~4.65 we then turn left on Lynx. This continues past fields at the eastern end of the park and will terminate at Irvine Blvd, at about mile 6.25. Turn left on Irvine Blvd and follow all the way until mile 8.10 where we turn left on Bosque; take this for just over a mile, passing Parasol Park on the right and continuing past the traffic circle to turn right and follow along Great Park Blvd (westbound). Take Great Park Blvd all the way back to Jeffrey Road at mile ~11, and turn left--a short hop down Jeffrey and we are back at Cypress Community Park where we started.

After the run: There are several spots to choose from literally across the street from the park at the Cypress Village Shopping Center, and even better many of these places have outdoor seating to boot. Starbucks, Olive Oil Mediterranean Grill, Pho Ha Noi and Mokkoji are all in the center located off Trabuco and Jeffrey road.
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Club Run - Irvine Great Park Loop
Thu Dec 30th, 2021
South Coast Roadrunners

Saturday February 19th - 7:45amClub Run -Aliso Creek Trail to Cook's CornerStarbucks 22331-A El Toro Road Lake Forest, CA 92630Leader: Cathy Shargay

About the run: We will meet at the Starbucks off of El Toro road and Trabuco in the Sycamore Plaza shopping center. The Starbucks is in the northeast corner of the shopping center, near Montcliff Drive. The Aliso Creek Trail is a short 0.45 miles away, we cross El Toro Road at Trabuco and after crossing the bridge, take the ramp down to the trail and follow it north, all the way to Cook's Corner at the intersection of Live Oak Canyon Road and El Toro (turns into Santiago Canyon Road), where we turn around and come back the same route we came.

The route is a gradual uphill until Cooks' Corner and downhill the way back, all on asphalt and concrete. A map with route info and water/restroom info will be posted shortly.

After the run: Starbucks, Chipotle, Del Taco are all a short walk from the parking lot at the run start.
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Club Run -Aliso Creek Trail to Cooks Corner
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