Naturally, our team name is: WORLD'S GREATEST TIGER SHARKS
This year we are RACING FOR THE CURE for ARTHRITIS. If you'd like to join our fundraising efforts, please click the link below:
The annual Hood To Coast Relay is an overnight, long-distance relay race held in the U.S. state of Oregon, annually in late August, traditionally on the Friday and Saturday before the Labor Day weekend. It is one of the longest and largest relays in the world (with 12,600 in Hood To Coast Relay, 18,000 total participants, including Portland To Coast Walk Relay and High School Challenge Relay). Considered to be on the "bucket list" for many a runner and walker, Hood To Coast has filled its team limit for the past 26 years, and 19 straight years on "Opening Day" of the lottery. The course runs approximately 320 km (200 mi) (the course length changes by 1-5 km each year due to small changes made by race organizers) from Timberline Lodge on the slopes of Mount Hood, the tallest peak in Oregon, through the Portland metropolitan area, and over the Oregon Coast Range to the beach town of Seaside on the Oregon Coast.