This race is fun. Sign up at https://bit.ly/2C75mDp Registration ends 7/29 at 11:59pm EDT. Race sponsors: Fleet Feet Maine Running, Maine Track Club, Peaks Island Lions Club, Casco Bay Island Transit District, Shipyard Brewing and The Inn on Peaks Island DESCRIPTION Race distance: 5 miles Registration ends 7/29 at 11:59pm EDT. Kids’ race: $7 entry… Road Race @Lions Club “>Read more »
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Please walk with us and help us reach our goal of $12,000. for Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT)! This year we are DETERMINED to maintain our #1 status having the most walkers nationally, but we seek to beat San Diego in dollars, who holds the top spot! CMT is a progressive neuromuscular disease that kills the nerves… 7th Annual Peaks Island Walk 4 CMT @Inn on Peaks“>Read more »
The event in Maine, organized by Odyssey SwimRun (formerly SwimRun USA), was the first swimrun race to be held in the United States; the year was 2016. The Casco Bay Islands SwimRun has a long course and a short course, both of which change each year. The long course – a total of 21 miles… Odyssey SwimRun @PeaksIsland “>Read more »
This race is a BLAST. Please contact John directly to sign up or via this link: https://bit.ly/2C75mDp Location: Peaks Island Lions Club Race sponsors: Maine Track Club, Peaks Island Lions Club, Casco Bay Island Transit District, Shipyard Brewing, The Inn on Peaks Island Race director: John Pearson 207-831-0611, email@example.com Ferry service to island: Ferries leave… 32nd Peaks Island Road Race “>Read more »
This madcap relay has everything-strange and wonderful awards, tasty treats, and amazing raffle prizes. The race starts at the entrance of the Lion’s Club. One relay partner runs to the 5th Maine and picks up a clamshell and heads back to the starting line. The clamshell is give to the relay partner (“the hand-off”). The… Clamshell Race @Lions’ Club“>Read more »
Come learn about this 1500 mile, 75 day, solo canoe/kayak odyssey. John Connelly to talk about Paddlequest 1500. FREE
The YMCA’s Peaks to Portland Swim to Benefit Kids. This event is one of the oldest open water swims in the world. Since before World War II thousands have braved Maine’s waters to swim the 2.4 miles from Peaks Island to Portland’s East End Beach.