Our sport has certainly grown in the last few years and we hear that the pandemic has introduced more people to running, and specifically trail running. And naturally that means more people running their first trail race ever, so we are offering up some tips for those new trail racers.
The Trail Mix Fund launched earlier this year, as a way to remove a barrier that exists for some to run a race – the cost of the registration fee. It’s off to a great start, but we could use your help.
On February 18, the USATF Mountain Ultra Trail council unanimously approved the Gnar Gnar race to host the 2021 USATF Mountain Running Championships. The event will be held on August 15 at Mt. Hood Ski Bowl, located at Government Camp, Oregon, and is one of many quality events from American Trail Running Association member Go Beyond Racing. Gnar Gnar was due […]
As we’ve done since 2015, we have made our races UTMB qualifiers. Racing around Mont Blanc in Switzerland, Italy, and France is a dream of many and we’re happy to help get you there. Here are the UTMB points for our 2021 races (note some of our shorter distances now award points too): UTMB Points […]
Lotteries can make planning hard and we understand that, so we offer what we call the Friend Refund for our Mt Hood 50 Miler and the Mountain Lakes 100 races. This gives you an ‘out’ if your name gets drawn, but the friend(s) you wanted to race with isn’t selected. Here’s how the Friend Refund […]
Volcanic! That’s the winner of the little election we did. We asked you which was your most favorite Go Beyond Racing race. Volcanic 50K/25K is the favorite race, getting 24% of the votes and beating the second place race, Mountain Lakes 100, by nine votes. Coming in third place was the Mt. Hood Races with […]
Election season is exhausting. All the negativity can really get you down. But we want you to vote one more time, and for something that brings you joy. AFTER you cast your ballot in this year’s presidential (and local) election, vote for the Go Beyond race you love the most. No negative ads, long […]
You may have noticed lately that some of your friends, people you follow, and many kinds of organizations are listing the names of the Native America tribes who used to live on the land where they are recreating; this is referred to as Native Lands attribution. It is a way to acknowledge and honor those […]