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  • 14 Aug 2022 4:53 PM | Anonymous

    LSRC will be participating in a series of cross country races throughout the fall, and we'd love to have you join one of our teams (Women's and Men's Open, as well as Women's and Men's Master's - that's right we hope to have a healthy pool of Masters runners of 40+. 50+, and 60+ plus)! While there is NO requirement for experience or ability level to join our teams and participate in any of the races, we do ask that you bring a competitive attitude and a commitment to do your best! Cross Country (XC) running is a long standing team sport that is common in schools, colleges, and running clubs all over the US and other countries! For this season there will be some casual races and some competitive races where we will be competing against other run clubs in the area for prize money.

    How XC works 

    This race will be fairly similar to a traditional road or trail race with a few exceptions. 

    The start line will be very wide such that every team will be able to line up evenly. LSRC will have a designated “box” for all of our athletes to start in. This makes for a very exciting early stage to the race as runner jockey for position! 

    Team scoring: Teams can have up to 8 members. The cumulative overall placement of the five fastest runners on each team will serve as the team score. Lowest sum of the first five positions ranks the highest.   Importantly, this means you can only help the team by participating.  No need to worry if you feel like you aren't fast or are inexperienced.


    Our tentative schedule is:

    August 27: Coach Villeneuve Community Run 5k. Hartman Park, Redmond. Casual

    September 24: WWU Bill Roe Classic, Bellingham (if enough interest). Competitive

    October 1 (pm): Twilight Invitational 5k. Cedarcrest Golf Course, Marysville. Casual

    October 8 (am): Emerald City Open, Magnuson Park, Seattle. Competitive

    October 8 (pm): Hole in the Wall. Lakewood High School, Arlington. Casual

    November 6:  PNTF. Lincoln Park, Seattle. Competitive

    November 19: PNTF Regionals, Magnuson Park, Seattle. Competitive

    December 10: USATF Club Nationals, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. Competitive

    The casual meets are unscored and bring a variety of runners. The last 3 meets have team scoring and require uniform (LSRC Jersey) and USATF membership ($40/year).  You are not obligated to attend all of the meets. 


    The club will handle registering members for the events and cover the costs of doing so.  Some meets do require individual USATF membership ($40/year).  We will provide more details on that once the schedule has been determined.  For now, simply register for this event on the LSRC website to indicate interest.  One of our team captains will be in touch as the season draws near.

    Please note that you must be a Full Member of LSRC to receive all of the amenities that LSRC can offer for XC. Some events will require you to wear a club singlet to be counted for team scoring. These are available for purchase although we may provide the option to borrow one for the race on a case by case basis

  • 4 Jul 2022 12:08 PM | Anonymous

    Congrats to all of our Run for the Pies & Pints finishers! What started out to a little damp from the rain on Sunday turned into great day for running and a post-race celebration. Age group categories were very competitive this year for the second time running the R shaped Remlinger Farm course featuring a mix of terrain, but it didn't stop many of us from claiming pie!

  • 7 Jun 2022 11:49 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Team photos from today's BBY5k! Didn't quite capture the entire team but we took 1st place for teams! Congrats Molly Sords for taking the top overall Women's spot, Jordan Andersen and Paul Young for finishing in the top 5 overall, and Peter Averill for a new PR! Great job everyone despite some very unfavorable rainy conditions out there today (luckily not during the race itself).

    Full results here

  • 5 Mar 2022 11:47 PM | Anonymous

    It was a beautiful day for racing today and that was certainly reflected in the results! It was a strong showing by our members and friends at this year's Lake Sammamish Half Marathon:

    Nitin Bhardwaj 1:25:53
    Molly Sords 1:28:11 2nd AG / 10th OA
    Zach Fung 1:18:04 PR!
    Jamie Miller 1:30:03
    Guanyu Wang 1:26:38
    Ryan Annis 1:22:08 PR!
    Andrew Ruchames 1:39:35 PR!
    David Anderson 1:44:35 PR! - 2nd AG
    Jason Hect 1:16:07 PR! - 2nd AG
    Chris Vo 1:13:13 PR! - 7th OA - 2nd AG
    Shawn Pearce 1:49:14 PR!
    Brigg Thorp 2:04:37

  • 15 Jan 2022 4:16 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Congratulations to our Winter Grand Prix Participants today! PRs were set by many and a good time was had by all.

    2 Mile Race Results
    Chris Vo 10:02
    Eric Gentry 10:22
    Zach Fung 10:54
    Jamie Miller 11:58
    Nitin Bhardwaj 12:13
    Joy Chan 14:36
    Jenn Rozler 14:55
    David Anderson 15:07

    Race #4 will also be virtual and LSRC will put on a support session for that as well.

  • 9 Jan 2022 5:08 PM | Anonymous

    LSRC fielded two relay teams and two individual 50k runner this years Bridle Trails Relay.

     Paul Young  - 1st Place Overall! 3:22:59.21
     Rob Muñoz - PR! 5:23:16.41

     LSRC Spring warriors 3:52:28.52
     LSRC Winter Warriors 4:06:11.1

  • 5 Dec 2021 5:31 PM | Anonymous

    LSRC had a great showing at the California International Marathon this weekend

     Paul Young - PR! 2:27:30
     Eric Gentry - PR! 2:36:52
     Jordan Andersen 2:41:52
     Zach Fung - PR! 2:49:39
     Susan Jia 3:12:06
     Randi Huo - PR! 3:13:58
     Kasia Kaplinska - First Marathon! 4:58:19
     Brian Houck 4:58:20
  • 7 Nov 2021 1:49 PM | Anonymous

    Congratulations to all the participants in LSRC's inaugural XC season.  We were able to put together two scoring teams at the PNTF Regionals which is no small feet for a club in it's first year.

  • 22 Oct 2021 5:50 PM | Anonymous

    We had what I shall say a very XC-iting time at the Twilight XC Invitational All Comers race today! Next week is Hole In The Wall (for reals there is actually a wall with a hole in it on the course). If you're interested in joining, check out the event in the events tab!e.
  • 5 Oct 2021 5:55 PM | Anonymous

    Running every day in January sounds fun, right? We did amazing last year and made it through some dark days of Winter as a team.

    Please use this link to sign up for the Lake Sammamish Run Club team: https://www.rcm.nu/4316e

    What is this?

    It's where we raise money for Eastside Baby Corner, compete against other teams, and make January just a little more fun.

    The goal is to walk or run every day in January. At least one mile a day outside gets your name on the back of the shirt/hoodie.

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