We are pleased to announce that the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) Team In Training (TNT) program has been chosen as the Premier Charity Partner of the Pacific Crest
Weekend Sports Festival. TNT athletes have raised over $1 million for LLS through their participation in Pacific Crest events. This year we are excited to welcome TNT participants who are fundraising
for this wonderful cause from the Oregon & SW Washington; Washington & Alaska; and San Francisco Chapters. To learn about how you can participate with TNT, visit www.teamintraining.org.
To learn more about the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, please visit www.lls.org.
ABOUT TEAM IN TRAINING®
Bruce Cleland had no idea of the kind of impact he was going to have on the lives of so many. In 1988, he assembled a team to run in the NYC Marathon to raise money in
honor of his daughter, a leukemia survivor. 38 runners raised $322,000 for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's funding of blood cancer research. 25 years, 1.3 billion dollars and
570,000 participants later, Team In Training (TNT) has become the most influential endurance sports training program for charity in the world. TNT isn't about the training or nutrition or gear
clinics or the expert coaching you'll receive. It's not about cool event locations or the sport you choose -- full or half-marathons, sprint triathlons, hike adventures or cycle centuries. It's
about your passion and desire to change the world by helping fund cures for cancer. It's about saving lives, not someday, but TODAY. For 25 years, TNT has been the leader in training
everyday people to do endurance events while changing the cancer world with every mile we walk, run, hike, pedal or swim. We are closer than ever to a world without cancer because
of TNT efforts. Join us in celebrating our 25th Anniversary by learning about and participating in this life changing program! www.teamintraining.org
The 17th Annual
PACIFIC CREST Weekend Sports Festival will be held June
28-30, 2013 in Sunriver, Oregon.
THE PACIFIC CREST WEEKEND SPORT FEST Each year, during the last weekend in June,
athletes, joined by their family and friends, converge
on Central Oregon to take part in the Pacific Crest
Sports Festival. The Pacific Crest is known as the jewel
of multi-sport events in the Northwest and has become
a destination race for athletes from across the nation
as well as internationally.
The Pacific Crest Weekend begins on Friday morning,
and the Celebration continues through Sunday. The weekend
will include a Health & Fitness Expo, great food,
beer garden, live entertainment, fun, camaraderie,
and to top it off, some of the best competitive racing
you will find in the country.
Tour de Crest Bike Tour
Kid's Splash Pedal-n-Dash for kid's ages 12 & under
Legs for Lauren - Legs For Lauren raises funds
for Northwest childrens cancer care through
participation in triathlon, running and other endurance
events. The 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation was founded
by the uncle of a cancer survivor a brave little
girl who in 2008, at age 3, successfully fought through
a rare form of ovarian cancer, surgeries, and radiation
treatments. Lauren became an inspiration to carry
forward our support to those kids facing a similar
fight. In 2009, Legs For Lauren became a Seattle Childrens
Hospital Research Champion with its first
major gift. Thats what we race for. What do
YOU race for? http://www.legsforlauren.org
If you are competing for a special foundation or group
and are interested in having it featured on the website,
please contact: email@example.com
PRIZE MONEY The
Pacific Crest Long Course Triathlon will offer a prize
purse for the top five overall males and females.
$2500 x 2
(Males & Females)
Crest is being dubbed as one of THE PREMIER events of
it's kind in the entire nation. The triathlons are both
expected to again sell out and it is advised that you
register AND make your travel plans early.
join us for a weekend of excitement in beautiful, sunny
Central Oregon. The competition will be fierce and this
is one event not to be missed.
SHUTTLE TO T-1/SWIM-BIKE TRANSITION Have your bike transported to
T-1/Swim-Bike Transition (Gull Point/Wickiup Reservoir)
from registration in Sunriver, eliminating the need
to travel to the lake prior to the race. Bring your
bike to the Cog Wild Shuttle booth at the Athlete Village
after picking up your packet and putting your number
on your bike. COG WILD will safely transport your bike
to T-1 for $10.00 per bike where it will be placed at
your transition space.
without pre-confirming can be done by bringing your
bike to the booth Friday or Saturday. The Bend shuttle
is pre-register only. If you need more information about
the service, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteers, including spouses and other family members
of participants, or athletes that are unable to participate
are welcome and encouraged to help with the race. We
need good volunteers to maintain the quality and safety
of this event. If you are interested in being involved
in this way, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator,
Debra Martyn-Jones at (541) 749-8678 or email: email@example.com.
The Pacific Crest multisport events are under Special
Use permit from the Deschutes National Forest.