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11/29 Thanks for racing with us! The preliminary results are here (they’ve been on our site since race day but this is the link). We’ll have the results in Ultrasignup later today.

You can see Todd Gleiden’s pictures here.

11/21 Here’s the race briefing. Here’s a link to the version on Facebook. One thing I forgot to mention is that we are a cupless race and will be giving everyone portable cups for the run. I’ll repeat that in the pre-race email this week.

11/15 Join us for our Zoom/Facebook race briefing this Friday at 6pm Pacific. I go over all the details around the race and what to expect. If you’re on Zoom, you get to ask questions live. If you’re on Facebook, we will do our best to catch them but often have to answer after the session is over. Here’s the link to the Zoom briefing.

11/8 We are bearing down on race day! Want to come out and volunteer? Here’s our volunteer signup just for Napa Valley Endurance Run and here is our Facebook.

10/26 The race is just around the corner. Just a month to go! Please note that our start/finish is going to be in a new location – Logvy Park! This park is at the end of Oak Street and continues our steady march west, from the RV Park (now closed) to the Grand Lawn (also closed) and now to this park. Here are directions.

4/17/2021 Great run this weekend. I have to say — the Palisades Trail is ROUGH. Congratulations to everyone who joined me out there. See you in November!

4/15/2021 Looking forward to a small gathering of athletes this weekend up in Calistoga. About 8 people are coming. It should be warm. Can’t wait to see the smiling faces.

3/3/2021 Well, despite all our wishes and best intentions, it looks like Napa Valley is going to have to run at a later date this year. The Covid situation in Napa County just isn’t at a stage that we can permit the event.

So we have rescheduled for Thanksgiving weekend. This puts the race after fire season (knock on wood) but before it really gets to wet. It should be a blast and a great alternative for folks who don’t feel like doing the Quad Dipsea or other traditional Thanksgiving events.

As I have told the registered runners, there will be some additional hosted running days on the Palisades and a virtual option. “Virtual” isn’t be best word because we’re assuming you’ll run on the course, likely on one of the lightly supported days.

More news and updates on the race page.