Run Uphill Racing
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10/15/22 - Expo Park XC. Youth and Adult XC races, 1km - 5km. Aurora, CO.
10/16/22 - Beware the Bear. 5km, 14.2km, 5+14.2 double, Free Kids 1km. Lakewood, CO.
11/13/22 - Reuter-Hess Trail Run. 10km. ~600'. Parker, CO.
2023 - Two Brothers Up-and-Down. 10km up-and-down 1,800'; 5km 570'. Idaho Springs, CO.
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Denver, Colorado, United States