A RUN CLUB FOR EVERYONE

Runaways Run Club is a Maine based weekly running meetup that offers Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday, group runs for all speeds and levels.

All Year | 6:00AM
All levels group run around the Back Cove Trail in Portland (3.6 Miles). Meeting at Sebago to the Sea Parking Lot at .

All Year | 6:00PM
Our most popular social group run. This travels to a different brewery/bar every week. The run can very between 3-4.5 miles, we always finish at our starting spot.

April - October | 6:00PM
A great way to challenge yourself or explore the beauty that Portland really has to offer. This run rotates between 4 different locations within the Portland Trails Network.

April - November | 8:00AM
Whats better than waffles & running? This group run offers runners trails or roads (4-7 miles) in the Portland area and hosts an optional bRUNch afterwards.

Upcoming Events

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Cove Run: Tuesdays

Cove Run: Tuesdays

Jan 18, 6:00am - Jan 18, 7:00am+6Jan 25, 6:00am - Jan 25, 7:00amFeb 1, 6:00am - Feb 1, 7:00amFeb 8, 6:00am - Feb 8, 7:00amFeb 15, 6:00am - Feb 15, 7:00amFeb 22, 6:00am - Feb 22, 7:00amMar 1, 6:00am - Mar 1, 7:00am

Payson Park

Runaways Run Club meets at the same location on Tuesdays at 6:00am, all year.

The meeting spot is Edward Payson Park / Sebago to the Sea parking lot & Baxter Blvd. This run is always along the Back Cove Trail, but may switch directions. The Cove is 3.6 miles and the run will start and finish at the same spot. All paces are welcome on the run, but please be advised that there are no set pace groups. We recommend that runners have the current ability to run at least 1-2 miles without issue.

COVID protocol: You must be vaccinated to run with us. Please have a mask to wear while not running, and do not attend if you are not feeling 100% well. thank you.
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Pub Run: Lone Pine

Pub Run: Lone Pine

Jan 19, 6:00pm - Jan 19, 8:00pm

Lone Pine Brewing Company

Lone Pine Brewing - 6:00pm

Runaways Run Club meets at different locations on Wednesdays at 6:00PM, all year. Each run varies in distance between 3-4.5 miles and will start & finish at the same spot. All paces are welcome on the run!

Course map: www.runawaysrunclub.com/runs/pub-routes/

Please read our updated COVID rules before joining us: www.runawaysrunclub.com/about/coronavirus/
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Firebird Trail Races 2022

Firebird Trail Races 2022

Sep 3, 7:30am - Sep 3, 4:00pm

Cumberland Fair197 Blanchard RdCumberland Center, ME04021 Map

Firebird Trail Race is a challenging and wicked fun 13M & 50K race, that runs on donations, positive vibes, and a technical course in Cumberland, Maine.

Our goal with this race is to celebrate community and accomplish great feats together, cheering each other to the finish, for the first time or the millionth time.

Unlike other races, to compete here you must donate to a non-profit of your choice in addition to paying the low cost registration fee. Instead of some mega race conglomerate taking the profits, we ask that you pay it forward and contribute to a non-profit that aligns with your values. The donation must be made between September 18, 2021 and September 2, 2022, and we must have proof of the donation (a receipt, confirmation letter from the recipient, image of your check) by September 2, 2022 in order to confirm entry. We would appreciate donations of at least $40, with a $20 minimum requirement.

Start Times
- 50K - 7:30 AM
- 13 Miler - 8:00 AM

THE COURSE:

It's technical and challenging, with lots of rocks and roots on mostly single track trail. The course is largely on the Cross-Falmouth Trail through Knights Pond, Rines Forest, Hadlock Forest, Blackstrap Hill Preserve, and Lowell Preserve. *The 2022 course will vary slightly from 2021, with a new starting area at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds*.

- 13M Course: Starts at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds in Cumberland and runs through Knights Pond Preserve then through Rines Forest and back to the Fairgrounds.

- 50K Course: Starts at the Cumberland County Fairgrounds in Cumberland and runs through Knights Pond Preserve then through Rines Forest, Hadlock Forest, Blackstrap Hill Preserve, and Lowell Preserve then doubles back to the Fairgrounds.

AWARDS:

Each participant will receive a wood carved Firebird pinion medal and tech shirt. Top male and females will in each race will receive top finisher awards, a six pack of Athletic Brewing beer, and a free pair of Altra running shoes!
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