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The Freeport Half Marathon and 5K in Famous Freeport, Maine is BackThe Freeport Half Marathon and 5K in Famous Freeport, Maine is Back
Freeport, Maine has a new Half Marathon and 5K too. If you are looking for a running challenge with a terrific destination, one that will make for a very enjoyable outing and define your personal best, then race in Freeport. It is famous for a reason--L.L. Bean and numerous outlets--and this event offers the chance to race, shop and visit at one of the nicest spots in New England, just north of Portland. Freeport HM will run Sunday, September 8, 2013.
Also: Freeport Half Marathon and 5K Website

The New England Relay - 220 Miles, Six States, Running OvernightThe New England Relay - 220 Miles, Six States, Running Overnight
Do you have what it takes to run through all six New England States? Do you want to experience the relay race of a lifetime? Well, put yourself to the test! Start training and grab 11 comrades. You can - and will - cover 220 miles: from Rhode Island to Maine, and four states between. Get your relay team together and start planning! Explore New England's most scenic routes – on foot – June 22-23rd, 2013!
Also: New England Relay Website

The New England Relay, an Adventure--Running 220 Miles, Six States, Overnight with 12 Runners, 36 LegsThe New England Relay, an Adventure--Running 220 Miles, Six States, Overnight with 12 Runners, 36 Legs
This will be the second running of the highly acclaimed New England Relay, June 22-23, 2013 from West Glocester in northwest Rhode Island to Kittery, Maine near the Portsmouth Harbor —your team, 12 runners, 220+ miles, dozens of towns, 36 legs, about 26 to 30 hours. It will be an adventure running in all six New England states second day of summer.

The Harvard Pilgrim 5K Corporate Road Race—Be Part of this Inaugural Classic in Portland, MaineThe Harvard Pilgrim 5K Corporate Road Race—Be Part of this Inaugural Classic in Portland, Maine
The Harvard Pilgrim 5K Corporate Road Race is sponsored by Harvard Pilgrim Health Care of New England. Taking place on Thursday, August 16, 2012, it is one of those "must do" summer races in Maine. The timing is right, the organization and amenities top notch.
Also: Event Website
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The New England Relay—Running 220 Miles in Six States in 24 HoursThe New England Relay—Running 220 Miles in Six States in 24 Hours
Yes! This will be the first running of the highly anticipated New England Relay, June 11-12, 2011 from West Glocester in northwest Rhode Island to Kittery, Maine near the Portsmouth Harbor —your team, 12 runners, 220+ miles, dozens of towns, 36 legs, about 24 to 30 hours. It will be an adventure running in all six New England states. Unprecedented! Let’s Go!

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