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Event Information

Date: Saturday, Oct 4, 2014
Place: Life Works
Address: 906 New York Street
City: Longview, WA
Events: 10k, 5k, Pee Wee Fun Run

Start Time

10k Start: 8:30am
5k Start: 8:45am
Kids Start 9:45am

Event Fees (both events)

PreRegistration - No Shirt $19 + online reg fee
PreRegistration - w/Shirt $33 + online reg fee
Day of - No Shirt $25
Day of - w/Shirt $40

 

 

 

 

 

The Harvest Classic is happy to announce that the event is part of the Cowlitz Valley Race Series. To see more information about the series, CLICK HERE.

 

Event Charity

 

  • Help Feed the Hungry.
  • Proceeds benefit the HELP Warehouse.
  • HELP provides the food for food banks In Cowlitz and Wahkiakum Counties.
  • Food Drive!! Please bring a can of food or other non-perishable food items.

 

Event Awards

 

  • Plaques to overall male and female runners.
  • Ribbons to 1st through 3rd place in 15 age group divisions.
  • Ribbons to all Pee Wee Fun Run participants.
  • MANY PRIZES IN THE POST RACE DRAWING! Must be present to win.

 

 Course Recordsrace1

M - 10k Alberto Salazar 29:21
F - 10k Jennifer Brevard 34:30
M - 5k Aaron Brumbaugh 15:38
F - 5k Brooke Hogshed & Cassandra Womelsdorf 21:55

 

Click to see Multi-Year Leaderboard 

 

Race Day Information

Registration

  • Online - REGISTER Here
  • Mail-in - Print a form and mail it to The Harvest Classic, PO Box 2064, Longview, WA 98632.  Pre-registration must be received by September 26, 2014.

Parking - Lots of free parking at the adjacent Cowlitz County Fairgrounds parking.

Timing equipment - Uberthons uses Jaquar timing equipment. Overhead RFID antennas capture you time using disposable chips that are fastened to the back of your racing bib. Take the chips home with you - you will not be asked to return the chips. Wear your bib on the upper chest to maximize the chip reads. Chips and timing equipment are manufactured by Innovative Timing Systems -innovativetimingsystems.com

Event Phone APP - This event has a mobile phone app.  Find "ITSYOURRACE" app and download it for free, then search for Harvest Classic for event information.  

Race Course - Flat and fast with scenic view of downtown and Lake Sacajawea.race1

Weather - Mild. Race time temperatures likely to range from the low 40s to mid 50s.

Photos - A photographer will be on hand and will post Harvest Classic photos on-line.

Volunteering - The event can use over 30 volunteers. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to volunteer.

Bib Pick-up

  • Friday, October 3th, 9:30 – Noon at the CAP Help Warehouse, 1526 Commerce Avenue, Longview.
  • Saturday, October 4th, 7:00 A.M. to 8:00 A.M., Life Works, 906 New York St., Longview

 

Rotary International

Rotary International is the largest and oldest non-profit service club in the World. Rotary is an organization of business and professional persons united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world. The Longview Early Edition Rotary Club touches its community in many ways - through direct service to the Cowlitz County community, through the support of other local service and charity organizations, and through international projects. The Harvest Classic is one of the Club's oldest, most successful projects, raising almost $100,000 to feed the hungry since 1980. Consider joining Rotary. Visit our website for more information: Rotary International

 

Results

  • Results will be posted at two sites during the event.  ITSYOURRACE.com as well as http://results.uberthons.com.  
  • See your individual results streaming instantly near the timers tent at the finish line.
  • Your finish line photos will be available within seconds on the results kiosk and at ITSYOURRACE.com.  
 

Uberthons - Uberthons is a complete event-management company. With several timing systems in place, Uberthons can produce and time events with thousands of runners and walkers. All runners are given a disposable chip - runners take the chip home. The name of the participant is displayed on large monitors as he or she crosses the finish line. In addition, names and times are shown on large monitors the instant the runner crosses the finish line.

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