We launched Gametiime Groups Beta a couple months back and, have since brought on two batches of avid running groups. We’ve seen them connect for meet ups, share tips and experiences, and (of course) have a place to discover and share races they love to do — easier than ever.
Here are our largest groups on Gametiime. Click below to join any you’d like!
It’s not too late. Grab your loved ones or your special sweetheart for a fun run this Valentine’s Day weekend! We’ve put together a delectable collection of undie run and fun run events in some of our favorite cities. Pink and red hearts will reign supreme at these lovely races in Los Angeles, New York, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, and Seattle.
Click any of the races below to see it on Gametiime. Enjoy!
When: Saturday, March 2, 2014 | Where: Seattle Center (Seattle, WA)
Have you ever checked out a race website, only to remained curious as to how the race really is? Do you love to read about other runner’s race experiences?
If you answered yes, you’ll love this new feature we’re trying out.
We always enjoying reading about past race reports from fellow runners. So, we’ve decided to put together a collection of race reports for one of Seattle’s most popular races and one of the hundreds you can find on Gametiime.
Today’s Race Report Collection features the Hot Chocolate 15K/5K Seattle. Read what others wrote about “America’s Sweetest Race” here in the Emerald City.
Do you have a race report from this event? Add it via comments!
Veteran’s Day is a time to pay tribute to the men and women that have served our country. With it approaching on November 11th, there are a number of races being hosted this weekend with a Veteran’s Day theme to honor those who have served in the armed forces.
Here’s a list of six Veteran’s Day races in Washington and Oregon.
We attended and snapped some pics a new race in the Issaquah Highlands called the Green Halloween 5K. The event was held at Grand Ridge Elementary School in the Issaquah Highlands and was presented by Hi5K, an up-and-coming race organization with ambitions to host multiple annual 5K races throughout the Greater Seattle area beginning in 2014. This first-year race (under Hi5K) hosted about 120 runners in a challenging but well-organized race that was full of swag — from great tech tees and finisher medals, to age-group awards and raffle prizes. Winners took home gift certificates to local restaurants and stores like Dick’s Sporting Goods, the Ram Restaurant & Brewery, and Plateau Runner.
Here’s an interview we posted a few weeks ago with race director, Dave Preston.