Running in Kingsgate

$40 for Entry for One into The Great Inflatable Race on Saturday, July 25 ($75 Value)

The Great Inflatable Race

The Great Inflatable Race

Inflatable obstacles challenge runners during 5K bookended by food and music

$75 $40

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$29 for Entry to the Color Dash 5K on July 4 ($45 Value)

The Color Dash

Joint Base Lewis-McChord

Run or walk along a noncompetitive 5K course while getting covered in bursts of electric colors

$45 $29

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Registration for One, Two, or Four to the Electric Run Seatac on Saturday, May 23 (Up to 22% Off)

Electric Run Seatac

Washington State Fair Events Center

Runners and walkers of all ages bedeck themselves in glow-in-the-dark swag and groove through a neon course to the afterparty at its finish

$50 $40

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WIPEOUTRUN Entry for One, Two, or Four on Saturday, July 18 (Up to 39% Off)


Washington State Fair Events Center in Puyallup

The game show Wipeout inspires a slate of comically oversized obstacles, including padded wrecking balls and a four-story water slide

$87.50 $55

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Entry for One or Two to the Luma Glow Fun Run on Friday, August 14 from 4US (40% Off)


Fort Steilacoom Park

Nighttime 5K glow run benefiting charity that provides ultrasound machines to free care centers

$15 $9

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Hero, Individual, or Team Registration for the Lakewood SummerFest Triathlon (Up to 40% Off)

City of Lakewood - LakewoodSummerFest Triathalon

City of Lakewood

Run, bike, and swim your way to victory during this USAT-sanctioned triathlon

$60 $39

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Select Local Merchants

  • Northshore Young Life
    Young Life is a Christian ministry with branches around the world, all dedicated to a simple goal: supporting kids throughout the confusions of adolescence. That process hinges on a huge pool of adult mentors willing to hang out with kids on the kids' turf, whether that's soccer practice, the mall, or meetings of the PG-13 Movie Club. The ministry also hosts events, such as weekly parties and summer camps, where kids learn the fundamentals of Christianity along with key leadership and decision-making skills.
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    PO Box 1859
    Woodinville, WA US
  • Move Free Academy
    Established: 2012 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 1 person Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes Pro Tip: Don't wear clunky shoes. Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Obstacle courses with real hot lava. Recommended Age Group: Kids Q&A with the Teacher What is one fun, unusual fact about your business? You won't hear our students' landings. It's a little secret called "ninja noise." This helps keep impact low, and stealth high. As the old adage says, "Stuff happens." What training do you and your staff have to stay ahead of the unexpected? Coaches are legitimately certified to teach Parkour, holding multiple parkour certifications. We are expert momentum anticipators and course creators. We minimize risk through safety drills, multi-level skill progressions and strength milestones. [Instructors are] First Aid? and CPR-trained in case anything happens. However we have not had one serious injury in the three years we've been coaching due to our safety protocols. What is the experience customers can expect, and how do you make it special? Through our classes students can expect to experience life-changing techniques. Ranging from the simple truths of how to squat sustainably to how to traverse lava while having fun and collecting speed and style points.
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    17969 Northeast 65th Street
    Redmond, WA US
  • Apple Cup Rivalry Clash
    The rivalry between Ducks fans and Beavers fans is built right into the Ducks vs. Beavers Rivalry Clash's race course. Supporters of the two teams, decked out in their most spirited gear, kick off the chip-timed race at separate starting lines, and begin the race by running straight towards each like old armies. Instead of a head-on collision, the two groups funnel into a single mass, sharing a race course as they vie for the fastest times on the 5K or 10K route. The speediest school wins a donation to their university's laptop scholarship program, plus the right to refer to their rival school as "our satellite campus." Regardless of the results, everyone buries the hatchet at a tailgate-style afterparty, where entertainment ranges from a tug-of-war to the most beloved of collegiate pastimes: a flip-cup tournament. The flip-cup games, as well as corn-hole and other competitive events, give racers a chance to earn more glory for their schools. There are also awards for the fastest individuals, the team of five with the lowest combined time, and the school with the lowest overall score (as determined by the sum of the top 100 runners' places).
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    6046 West Lake Sammamish Parkway Northeast
    Redmond, WA US
  • Color Me Rad
    Color Me Rad is back and better than ever with its 2015 tour, staging 5K races that transform runners into mobile rainbows by launching cheerful barrages of colored cornstarch and a whole new GEL color. Each color station along the racetrack flings a new pigment at passersby, who wear white shirts to enhance the chromatic onslaught's costuming effects. Brilliant neon-blue, green, purple, and yellow clouds dapple participants along the way, and the race concludes with a prismatic finish-line finale as sprinters chuck colors at each other in celebration. The race's noncompetitive credo shifts the emphasis from speed to silliness, and a portion of its proceeds go to local charities. Upon registration, each runner collects a Color Me Rad T-shirt and a pair of RAD knee-high socks, sponsor gifts, and a race bib. Also, new for 2015, all runners will receive access to free professional digital photo downloads. Though they don't receive a gift packet, runners who are 7 years old and younger can run for free.
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    Redmond, WA US
  • Commando Fitness
    Strength, power, endurance, and agility. These are just four of the 10 components of fitness that the instructors of Commando Fitness promises to help its students improve. This was the dream of US Army vet Mark Daniels, to draw together his talent for personal training and his military experience to help others get fit. Virtually all of his trainers bear a military background, made evident by the workouts that use military techniques that helped soldiers the world over prepare for battle. Contrary to expectations, these instructors keep students motivated without screaming, yelling, or the use of fire. No two workouts are exactly alike, which helps students stay interested, and they take place in almost any kind of weather.
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    One Microsoft Way
    Redmond, WA US
  • Big Backyard 5K Presented by Group Health
    Runners sprint along the gravel and dirt paths that snake through Marymoor Park, picking up speed near the finish line for a shot at a higher finishing spot. This is the Big Backyard 5K Presented by Group Health, a non-profit health care system that serves residents of Washington and northern Idaho. Unlike most 5Ks or surgeons’ washing stations, the Big Backyard 5K allows dogs, even keeping four-legged participants in high spirits with water and goodies. Following the race, runners and walkers convene in the park for the awards ceremony and after-party complete with healthy, kid-friendly snacks and beverages. Proceeds from the 5K benefit King County Parks and its projects.
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    6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy. NE
    Redmond, WA US

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