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WEDNESDAY WORKOUT: Meet @ Garfield HS track @ 6:30 warmed up and ready to go. We’ll run together from the track to tackle some hill repeats! Wear bright colours and headlamp as we’ll be running on the road.

Meet the 2018 #SRCBrooks Team!

2018 Bridle Trails Winter Running Festival – Jan 13, 2018

Our annual wintery tromp through the mud/snow has come and gone, but we’ve got results up now and race pictures to come!
5m F: Jenna Sanders, 38:45
5m M: Thomas Charlson, 33:20
10m F: Desiree Berry, 1:07:11
10m M: Keith Laverty, 59:05
50k F: Van Phan, 4:35:47
50k M: Rob Bond, 3:39:01
50k Pairs: Team Squircle, 3:24:56
50k Teams: Flying Bike Run Club, 3:29:31

2017 race: The trails were hard and dry and fast and numerous CRs were set, including three 50k pairs teams coming under the old mark of 3:13! Thanks to all who braved the sunny but frigid and we hope to see you out again in 2018! – FULL RESULTS!

Takao Suzuki is making a habit of taking great race photos at our annual Bridle Trails races, and 2017 was no exception. Don’t miss this year’s photos and while you’re here, take a trip in the time machine to recent years as well! Thank you Takao!

2017 Cougar Mountain Trail Run Series – Dates & Results

May 13: 5.1 mile and 10.8 mile >> MAY RESULTS
June 10: 5k, 8.2 mile, and 14.5 mile >> JUNE RESULTS | Takao Suzuki Photos
July 8: 5k, 10.8 mile, and 19.5 mile >> JULY RESULTS | AGE GROUP
August 12: 5k, 14.5 mile, and 26.2 mile >> AUGUST RESULTS
October 29: 7.6 mile, 19.5 mile, and 50k >> OCTOBER RESULTS
Special discount code for 20% off races (Code: SRC20) available to current SRC members….when races return in 2018!

Thank you to all racers and volunteers! Once more, with every registration, we donated $15 to King County Parks to help keep Cougar Mtn and other parks like it beautiful and open to the public. We’ll have dates and registration open soon for the 2018 Summer Series and October Fall Festival and we hope to see you then!


The easiest way to get faster is to inject human growth hormones into your body. The next best way is to train naturally and consistently and meeting us for workouts every Wednesday evening!
Keep an eye on our Facebook or Twitter for any changes in the schedule. Workouts are free and open to standing club members. Non members are welcome to come give the workouts a trial run.
Fall XC Info
Each autumn (starting Sept 6th), the Wednesday Workout transitions into the XC workouts as many of our members team up for a fun XC season and take place at a variety of locations (see the XC Team page for details on workout locations). Fill out the Google Form and let Stefan know if you’re interested in racing with us! We welcome all speeds and even guys with goatees.


Meet us each Sunday 8am at Cougar Mtn’s Sky Country Trailhead for fun on the trails. Runs are 8-14 miles in length and welcome to all skill levels. Occasionally we will start from other locations around the beautiful cascades; keep an eye on our Meetup page for each weekend’s location, and we hope to see you soon!


FLB 5 Route“Running and brewing complement each other in a beautifully circular fashion. One provides a cause for celebration and need for sustenance. The other provides the sustenance, means of celebration, and need to run.” -Evan Williams

Meet at Flying Lion Brewing in Columbia City every Monday for 5 miles (there is also a 5K option) at whatever pace you fancy. SRC member Evan Williams designed the route to resemble the profile of FLB’s logo. Enjoy the lion’s nose/mane through area parks and climb “The Wing” back to the neighborhood streets.Pints after are optional, of course. The brewery will also provide water and the next door neighbors are Full Tilt Ice Cream! Kids and dogs both allowed in the brewery, but no beer for the kids.
See the Meetup Page for more details.

Member Discounts

Are you a Seattle Running Club member? If so, you get great deals at our partner stores: The Balanced Athlete (The Landing, 800 N 10th Place, Renton) and Fleet Feet Sports Seattle (911 E Pine St, Seattle), and Flying Lion Brewing in Columbia City.

SRC members also get discounts on club-organized events and races such as the Cougar Mountain Trail Series and White River 50 Mile Endurance Run. And of course the annual Fat Glass 50k is FREE for members!
If you are interested in racing Cross Country in the fall, SRC members race for FREE at most of the season’s races, and a select few can earn free plane tickets to the season-end National Championship races!

If you’re not a member, go to the membership page to either become one or renew your membership. Get the great deals other members enjoy, and become a part of our great running community!


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