Red Devil: From the runners themselves

Written on Jun 10th, 2018 By
Category Features, Marlene Farrell Blog, Races, Trail Running

                        By Marlene Farrell RunWenatchee.com Red Devil is a coming together of fastidious race organizers and us athletes, all with a personal goal in mind, whether it’s our first race or our 100th, whether we’re about to sprint a 10K or slog it out…

Accolades for inaugural Red Devil 50K

Written on Jun 3rd, 2018 By
Category News, Races, Trail Running

                        By I.C. Blue RunWenatchee.com CASHMERE — It can be hard to spot other runners on the Red Devil Trail Run courses, given the turns in the trails, tree cover, and up and down terrain in the Wenatchee National Forest. But Peter Graf and…

First-ever Solstice Run coming to Wenatchee

Written on May 1st, 2018 By
Category Events, News

WENATCHEE — Wenatchee is finally getting a Solstice Run, with a little beer and one of the first peeks at the new Pybus Public Market Annex awaiting those who finish. A partnership involving Pybus Public Market, the Wenatchee Brewers Row craft brewery district, RunWenatchee, and the Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce are the organizers behind the…

Wenatchee Valley’s first ultrarun being held Saturday near Cashmere

Written on May 30th, 2018 By
Category Blogs, News, Races, Trail Running

  By I.C. Blue CASHMERE — The world of ultrarunning comes to the Wenatchee Valley for the first time this Saturday as RunWenatchee puts on a 50-kilometer race as part of its Red Devil Trail Runs that day in the Wenatchee National Forest south of Cashmere. The Red Devil 50K run has attracted an initial…

Max King imparts his trail running wisdom

Written on May 23rd, 2018 By
Category Blogs, Features, Trail Running

  By Kyle Almekinder RunWenatchee.com WENATCHEE — Max King is becoming somewhat of a regular in Wenatchee. The world renowned Bend, Ore., ultra runner made his second trip to the Apple Capital in as many years in mid-May, this time for a trail running clinic in Dry Gulch one night and a talk and Salomon shoe…

Track coaches serve as unsung heroes

Written on May 23rd, 2018 By
Category Marlene Farrell Blog, Training

  By Marlene Farrell RunWenatchee.com Track and field can be a gateway into lifelong running. Many runners, like me, dabbled in it as teenagers. Some took it seriously, aiming to smash personal or school records. Now that my son is in middle school, he’s giving it a try. Middle school track is ubiquitous now, and…