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Run a Day with Dean at the 2011 GORE-TEX® TransRockies Run

August 2, 2011

GORE-TEX® TransRockies™ Run 2010 Dean and Pete

Last year I had the opportunity to run stage 2 of the TransRockies™ Run with Dean.  Although I only ran 13 miles that day, I got to get a wonderful taste of one of the most excellent trail running experiences in the US. The entire race is an amazing 115 mile, 6 day event.  Check out below to see how you could have the running experience of a life time.

August 21-26 2011

Runners wanted! Visit the official race site to register and for full details.

Are you are a distance runner? Can you handle high elevations? Then you may have what it takes to run with world renowned distance runner, Dean Karnazes.

No, you won’t have to run across the country like Dean, but WL Gore & Associates IS offering a Dream Run, giving two selected runners the opportunity to Run a Day with Dean at the 2011 GORE-TEX® TransRockies Run.

The GORE-TEX® TransRockies Run challenges runners to overcome distance, altitude and a wide variety of trail obstacles. The rewards of the TransRockies Run are just as exceptional: spectacular mountain scenery along the Continental Divide, aspen forests and high alpine meadows; camaraderie created by the unique team multi-day format; and fantastic full-spectrum race support from one of the foremost event organizations in the world.

View the application for details on how to get qualified to Run a Day with Dean.

See complete Terms and Conditions before applying for your chance to Run a Day with Dean.

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