Feels Like The First Time: The Twisted Sisters Prep For Their First Cascade Lakes Relay

We have a special ambassador on our crew. She’s an enthusiastic runner, race director and experienced relayer. But one thing she isn’t – a Cascade Lakes Relay veteran. We debated if we should allow any first timers serve as ambassadors, but we realized that Cyndie could serve a very special purpose; she could help us learn more about what the race is like as a brand new team. She graciously agreed to start a regular column on our blog about her team’s experiences as they prepare for the 2014 Cascade Lakes Relay. Cyndie writes her own blog at Rediscovering Running. 
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By |February 17th, 2014|Cascade Lakes Relay, Spokane to Sandpoint Relay|1 Comment

What’s In A Relay Team Name: How to Pick The Perfect Relay Team Name

Are you stuck trying to figure out what to submit as your official relay team name? Perfect relay team names take a little time and a little brainstorming. You want it to be funny and clever, creative, easy to remember, and ripe with possibilities for decorating your team van and picking out costumes. Or you want it to represent your serious nature, sleek and fast just like you hope your team will be come race day. It’s enough to make a team captain wring her hands in despair and simply go with the first name that comes to mind.

If you’re […]

By |February 11th, 2014|Cascade Lakes Relay, Spokane to Sandpoint Relay|Comments Off on What’s In A Relay Team Name: How to Pick The Perfect Relay Team Name

Turn Your Relay Medals Into Refrigerator Magnets

I don’t know about you, but I train more consistently and eat more healthfully when I am reminded of my goal races and triumphs. I post inspirational quotes and photos of trails I want to run on my fridge, since I spend a good part of my day opening that door. I pay attention to the magnets I collect, opting for ones that hold special meaning for me or my family.

It hit me like a ton of bricks the other day that my race medals would be perfect to turn in to magnets. All I would need was a little […]

By |December 20th, 2013|Cascade Lakes Relay, Spokane to Sandpoint Relay|Comments Off on Turn Your Relay Medals Into Refrigerator Magnets

Train Strong

As winter sets in and your motivation wanes to brave the cold, remember the hot summer runs to come every time you get on your computer with this image of Bowl & Pitcher State Park – Exchange #7 of the relay.

Photo by Robert Schroeder.

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By |December 18th, 2013|Spokane to Sandpoint Relay|Comments Off on Train Strong

Official Video of the 2013 Spokane to Sandpoint

2013 Spokane to Sandpoint Official Video from Cascade Relays on Vimeo.

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Congratulations to the nearly 750 finishers of the 2013 Spokane to Sandpoint Relay!

What an amazing weekend we had with all of you. From the breathtaking sunrise on the top of Mt Spokane, during the spectacular sunset over Coeur d’Alene, to the sunny finish on the shores of City Beach in Sandpoint, we laughed, cheered and sometimes even cried right along with you all the way.

Online results can be found here. We hope that you enjoyed having your splits recorded for you and having live updates along the way! We have also posted division winners and links to the various results reports you may be interested.

You were all amazing with your creative and funny entries into our various […]

By |November 18th, 2013|Spokane to Sandpoint Relay|Comments Off on Congratulations to the nearly 750 finishers of the 2013 Spokane to Sandpoint Relay!