Running in Fountain Valley


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  • The Hunger Runs 5K
    In the unusual parlance of the Hunger Runs 5K, runners are “dedications,” teams are “organizations,” spectators are “assemblies,” and the race is known simply as “the hunt.” The race’s creators, the “huntmakers,” devise a series of obstacles specifically designed to encourage teamwork and camaraderie, and they set up “challenge centers” demanding expert bow-and-arrow skills, simian climbing abilities, and courage in the face of flaming objects. Organizations that finish fastest or with the most points in their designated wave earn bragging rights, awards, and cheek pinches from their proud grandmothers. Dedications are strongly encouraged to wear fun costumes and comfortable sneakers and to come bearing team spirit and the will to win.
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    16801 Euclid St.
    Fountain Valley, CA US
  • Run for Homeless Children
    Run for Homeless Children benefits Thomas House, a nonprofit organization that provides temporary shelter and programming for homeless families with children. Whether participants are walking or running, the race is not competitive. However, that doesn't mean the event isn't challenging. The course includes six bridges and a tunnel, which represent the obstacles facing homeless families on the path to self-sufficiency.
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    16801 Euclid Street
    Fountain Valley, CA US
  • Cinco De Mayo Taco y Cervezas 5K Run/Walk
    Cinco de Mayo is a holiday about togetherness and Latino culture. As runners tread the path between the beach and state park enjoying the beautiful ocean views, they'll compete for cash prizes including an iPod Nano and trophies. There are even phantom prizes awarded randomly to participants regardless of their race time. Everyone's a winner at the end, with the after party featuring Latin music, beer, and tacos at Dos Toros in Downtown Huntington Beach. Every entrant's participation also benefits the Save A Warrior Foundation, which is dedicated to helping veterans who suffer from post-traumatic stress.
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    Pacific Coast Hwy. & Beach Blvd.
    Huntington Beach, CA US
  • No Limits Sports and Fitness Academy
    At No Limits Sports and Fitness Academy, Alisha Lopez, facility owner and trainer, works with a hand-picked staff to give clients exactly the kind of training they want. Inside a 15,700-square-foot space, she works with clients one-on-one, while other trainers lead group boot camps, teach yoga, and run sports drills. In addition to being a trainer, Lopez holds a Life Coach certification, which enables her to help clients lead happier lives, which in turn empowers them to stop living vicariously through The Game of Life.
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    5742 Mcfadden Ave.
    Huntington Beach, CA US
  • Compete, Sports Performance and Rehab
    Our focus is to build the ATHLETE first. We specialize in providing individually-developed athletic performance training programs for athetes of all sports, ages, and abilities looking to get an edge on their competition. We also offer Adult Fitness Classes and Physical Therapy.
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    13071 Springdale Street
    Westminster, CA US
  • Newport Landing Sportfishing
    The captains of Newport Landing Sportfishing are experts at coaxing whales and dolphins to appear for passengers on their whale-watching cruises. While at sea, do your part to help attract these mighty creatures by following these hints:
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    309 Palm St.
    Newport Beach, CA US

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