If you've visited Race131.com recently, you probably noticed some updates to some of our pages! We're constantly working to make sure our site is easy to navigate and all of the information you need is quick to find, and we hope these changes will improve your experience throughout our site! As always, don't hesitate to contact us with any questions or issues you find!
- 2016 Schedule:We're planning to add another 19+ races to our 2016 calendar in the coming weeks and months, featuring several brand new events as well as bringing back many locations from 2015! Stay tuned to our website for calendar additions!
- Race 13.1 Season Pass: Get a discount for running more races! Pay $150 for the season pass, and you'll only pay $15 for any Race 13.1 event you'd like to run, no matter the distance or location! Click here to learn more!
- Volunteers: Our races would not be successful without the help of our numerous (and awesome!) volunteers. Sign up to volunteer at one of our races, and you'll earn Race Bucks (credit) to use towards a future Race 13.1 event! To sign up, click on the "Volunteer" tab on the race page you'd like to volunteer for and complete the short form!
Whether you're looking to set a new PR in the 10k or starting to train for your first half marathon, we're proud to now offer FREEtraining plans for beginner, intermediate and advanced levels for the 5k, 10k and half marathon! These training plans are an excellent tool to help you prepare for your next race, whether you're a seasoned pro or looking for a couch-to-5k program!
Tip of the Month: How to Go the (Next) DistanceLooking to jump from a 5k to 10k or try out your first half marathon? Check out this month's tip from HalfMarathons.netfor some great suggestions, and remember our mantra here at Race 13.1 - #YouCanYouWill!
Tackling a new distance is both scary and invigorating. Testing your body to reach new limits can give purpose to your training and allow you to set future goals along the way. Plenty of runners continue running and never have the desire to race.
But for those that enjoy crossing a finish line and sharing in the camaraderie of the sport, racing can be a great way to achieve new distance goals.
For those runners seeking to complete a new furthest distance via racing, I have a few suggestions to make your finish line story a happy one. [CONTINUE READING]