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All Invited to Race the Reaper at Oregon's Toughest Adventure Race

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All-Terrain Fitness presents the inaugural Race the Reaper on October 1 and 2, 2011, at the Flying-M-Ranch in Yamhill, Oregon.

Race the Reaper is designed to be one of Oregon’s most challenging and exciting adventure races in 2011. Participants will run 5+ miles and encounter 16-18 obstacles on their voyage to the finish line. This first year event is benefiting Oregon Mission of Mercy (MOM). MOM offers free local dental clinics to those who cannot afford dental care.

Race the Reaper is open to those 16 and older (if younger than 18, you must have parent/ guardian’s permission). Registration ranges from $45-$55, depending on if you register early. There are team and military discounts available.

To register or if you are interested in becoming a sponsor or volunteer, click here!


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Susan Weinberg

August 17, 2011 at 6:05 PM

You are not going to want to miss this one! I am involved in helping to plan this race. Last weekend we walked the course and you cannot find a more beautiful or demanding venue. We have over 5 miles with steep uphill climbs, rolling wooded trails, and 4 river crossings. My husband, a local contractor and ex-marine, is in charge of building the obstacles and he is insuring that it will be a challenge for everyone. Come join us for this premier event. You will not be disappointed.

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