Pairs of September Variety Runs in different states up to 250 miles between cities on consecutive days - Double Stater

Pairs of September Variety Runs in different states up to 250 miles between cities on consecutive days
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91 miles point to point between cities
USARA Adventure Race National Championship
Rugged Maniac Obstacle Race - Twin Cities
2
137 miles point to point between cities
USARA Adventure Race National Championship
Lumberjack Mile & 5K
3
213 miles point to point between cities
USARA Adventure Race National Championship
Drew's Crew Colorfest Run
4
66 miles point to point between cities
Savage Race - Maryland Fall
Your First Mud Run - Wildwood
5
77 miles point to point between cities
Lovin' Life 5K
Kent Goes Purple 5K Color Fun Run
6
83 miles point to point between cities
Lovin' Life 5K
Tough Mudder - Tri-State
7
89 miles point to point between cities
Sterling House Down and Dirty 5K
Tough Mudder - Tri-State
8
104 miles point to point between cities
Be the Light 5K Color Run
Kent Goes Purple 5K Color Fun Run
9
109 miles point to point between cities
Lovin' Life 5K
Your First Mud Run - Wildwood
10
110 miles point to point between cities
Savage Race - Maryland Fall
Tough Mudder - Tri-State

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Date Range criteria is applied to at least one of the races in the pair. The other race could be outside the specified date range.

The Selected Region is applied to at least one of the races in the pair. The other race could be outside the specified region.

The Selected State is applied to only 1 of the races in the pair. The other race will not be in the specified state.

If a race starts and ends in different cities, the Start City is used for this search.

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