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Help support our athletes affected by the Marshall Fire.

The last few days of 2021 were devastating for communities in Colorado when a massive fire decimated many communities in Boulder County. 

As of January 1st it is believed that over 1,000 homes were destroyed by this fire. We recently learned that a few of our Vacation Races athletes have been affected and lost their homes.

So in an attempt to show our support of our amazing community we wanted to open up a new challenge that will directly support our friends who have lost so much.

How you can help: 

Create a fundraiser and raise $500 that will be donated to athletes directly affected by the fires. You will get a FREE Virtual Running Club registration once your funds are raised!


If you are an athlete that has been affected by the fire. You can apply for athlete raised funds by clicking the button below.

Who We Are

Our mission is to engage with athletes and endurance racing events to support local communities by inspiring fundraising and service.

We seek to live our values of inspiration, engagement and support with every athlete, racing event and partner organization that we have the opportunity to serve. 

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Join us, not to achieve a personal best time, but to have the best time of your life. 

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Take in stunning views of Glacier National Park from her border river, the wild and scenic Middle Fork Flathead River, on a splashy, fun filled whitewater rafting adventure or a relaxing scenic float! Explore the 9 named rapids of the John F. Stevens Canyon on the whitewater trip, or visit Glacier's southernmost point, the confluence of the North and Middle Forks of the Flathead River, on the scenic float.