B Impact Report

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Hood To Coast Relay

World's largest running and walking team relay
Certified Since: April, 2019
Location: Beaverton, Oregon, United States
Sector: Service with Minor Environmental Footprint

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93.7

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The Hood & Portland To Coast Relays is known as the world's largest running relay, and "Mother of All Relays". The event began in 1982, and annually hosts teams from 50 states, 43 countries, as well as celebrities and Olympians. Hood To Coast teams of 12 start at the top of Mount Hood (downtown Portland for the Portland To Coast Walk) and run/walk in rotation, 4-7 miles, for 200 miles (130 miles for Portland To Coast Walk) to finish at a massive beach party in Seaside, Oregon. The event is also a charity platform to raise millions for cancer research and patient advocacy programs.
The Hood/Portland To Coast Relays and HTC Race Series continually strives to create the most significant long distance run and walk relay in the world, utilizing the event as a platform to create social team reconnection, lifelong memories, environmental awareness and implement goal based solutions to increase sustained physical fitness amongst an inclusive and multicultural community in the United States and abroad.

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