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The 2016 Firecracker 5000 is not being held.  The City of Seattle changed its permitting fee structure at the outset of 2016, and our fees for a midnight run on well-traveled city streets requiring 30 or more police officers more than TRIPLED. 

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SAN FRANCISCO -- Saturday’s USATF Club Cross Country National Championships were nothing short of stunning, with an idyllic backdrop and stacked fields in every race as national championship contenders took to Golden Gate Park to see who reigned supreme. Individual national champions were crowned in open men’s 10 km and women’s 6 km races, as well as masters age group victors at 6 km, 8 km and 10 km distances.

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A few benefits of Joining the Club Northwest Cross Country Team: Free entry into the following cross country races:  Sundodger Invite 9/19, WWU Classic 10/10, Emerald City Open 10/17, PNTF Champs 11/1, USATF NW Regional Championships 11/21, Club Nationals 12/12.  You do not register yourself for these races, team entries will be handled by Mark Bloudek.

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As the calendar changes to 2016, let’s take a short look back on the prior year.

2015 was a very strong year on most fronts. Strong membership growth tells us  we are doing a good amount right but we also know we can look for ways to do even better.

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On October 18, Janet McDevitt of Bainbridge Island won her first national title as she competed in the USATF Masters 5 km Cross Country Championships in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

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Over the weekend eleven (11) Pacific Northwest members competed in the USATF Masters Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Jacksonville, Florida. During the 4-day competition the eleven athletes accumulated twenty-five (25) medals; including twelve (12) national titles.  The championships attracted an estimated 1000 athletes who competed in 5-year divisions starting at the age of 30.  The oldest competitor was 98 years of age.

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