Running

Runnin' O' The Green returns

First time race held since 2019
March 16, 2022 at 1:30 p.m.
Wearing tutus, David Brown and his daughter Eloise run in the Runnin’ O’ the Green! on March 12 in Bellingham.
Wearing tutus, David Brown and his daughter Eloise run in the Runnin’ O’ the Green! on March 12 in Bellingham. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)

By HAILEY PALMER
Staff Reporter

The Runnin’ O’ The Green 5K/8K returned March 12 with runners and walkers taking part in the race for the first time in three years. The top-5 finishers for the 5K and 8K are listed below.

5K

1. Thomas Race, 18:10

2. Logan Ignacio, 18:42

3. Anthony Meza Santos, 19:06

4. Lucas Leiberman, 19:35

5. Andrew Francis, 19:48

8K

1. David Larpenteur, 25:58

2. James Wenzel, 26:20

3. Josh Kaplan, 26:35

4. Adrian Cedillo, 27:25

5. Jared Havens, 34:05


Full results can be found at pacificmultisports.com/results/rog2022

The Chuckanut 50K, the next race in Bellingham, is scheduled for Saturday. Registration is currently full.

photo  Competitors race to the front of the Runnin' O' the Green!, an 8k and 5k race, starting on Cornwall Avenue, March 12 in Bellingham. Nearly 500 people participated in the fun run. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)  


photo  Sarah Cleaver and Stephanie Lewis take a selfie together before competing in the Runnin’ O’ the Green! on March 12. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)  


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