Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, adipisc ing elit, consectetur adipiscing elit. Duis ut ligula leo adipiscing elit.

PHONE:

E-MAIL:

ADDRESS:

Cinco de Mayo Half Marathon, 10k, 5k run

CORONAVIRUS (COVID19) UPDATES FOR TERRAPIN EVENTS

March 16th, 2020

The CDC now recommends that, “for the next 8 weeks, organizers (whether groups or individuals) cancel or postpone in-person events that consist of 50 people or more throughout the United States”.  See article here.

This now affects our Cinco de Mayo Half Marathon, 10k and 5k on Saturday, May 1st.  At this time, we plan to make an informed decision regarding the status of this year’s race by Friday, March 27th, as we gather more details from the city and relevant parties.  There will be a temporary suspension of registration (once we have made a decision, registration will reopen at current prices).

Should the event be canceled for any reason, our policy will be:

  • Free deferral for currently registered Cinco de Mayo participants to the 2021 Cinco de Mayo event.  Current participants will also have the option of deferring it to any of our other 2020 running events (Grateful Dad, Girl Power, Sunset on the Springwater, or Run Like Hell).
March 13th, 2020

We will be taking these steps for both the Dirty Leprechaun and Bridge to Brews event:

  • Temporary suspension of registration (once we have a new date, registration will reopen at current prices)

Should the event(s) be canceled, or current participants are not able to attend the new event date, our policy will be:

  • Free deferral for currently registered participants of Dirty Leprechaun to the 2021 My Muddy Valentine or Dirty Leprechaun. Current participants will also have the option of deferring it to any of our other 2020 running events (Cinco de Mayo, Grateful Dad, Girl Power, Sunset on the Springwater, or Run Like Hell)
  • Free deferral for currently registered participants of Bridge to Brews to the 2021 Bridge to Brews event. Current participants will also have the option of deferring it to any of our other 2020 running events (Cinco de Mayo, Grateful Dad, Girl Power, Sunset on the Springwater, or Run Like Hell)
March 12th, 2020

Oregon governor Kate Brown announced a four week ban on public gatherings larger than 250 people. The 2020 Dirty Leprechaun (3/14) and the 2020 Bridge to Brews (4/5) falls in that four-week timeline, and as of now they have both been postponed. The events have not been officially canceled, just postponed. We are working with Lee Farms on a new date for Dirty Leprechaun. We are working with city officials on a new date for Bridge to Brews.

This is uncharted territory that we’re doing our best to react to and communicate to our participants as quickly as possible. We thank you all for your patience and understanding.