2014PORTLAND METRO EXPO CENTERPORTLAND, OR8:30 AM
WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON, PORTLAND?!
Take an active part in Oregon’s largest rivalry! The Rivalry Clash 5K & 10K runs will feature college fans in an epic battle of fun, fitness, and fan pride.
Register and come to the Portland Expo on Sunday, November 9, 2014. First race (10K) begins at 8:30 AM. 5K begins at 9 AM. Wear school colors, costumes and gear then bring your racing and school spirit! Bring cash or card for the beer and food and any tailgate items (i.e. pop up tents and chairs, but no alcohol or cooking equipment please).
Parking is $8 per car or $7 if you carpool. Or you can take the MAX Yellow line which runs from downtown to the Expo. There is a stop right at the Portland Expo served by the Yellow Line. Additionally, you can park for free in the Portland International Raceway/Delta Park/Vanport Park and Ride, then walk or take the MAX Yellow Line train one stop north to the Expo.
Click here for directions and information about the Portland Expo.
8:30 AM 10K Run
9:00 AM 5K Run/Walk
9 AM – 12 PM After party
5K & 10K PRICES:
MAR – MAY $25 5K / $30 10K (EARLY REGISTRATION)
JUN - AUG $35 5K / $40 10K
SEP – NOV $45 5K / $50 10K
Team of 5 (priced per runner):
MAR – MAY $20 5K / $25 10K (EARLY REGISTRATION
JUN - AUG $30 5K / $35 10K
SEP – NOV $40 5K / $45 10K
RIVALRY CLASH PACKET PICK UP:
Packet pick up is located at the Tualatin and NW Portland Road Runner Sports stores over two days where you get your bibs, safety pins, shirts, medals, maps, and goodies.
Also enjoy a 10% discount (20% if Road Runner Sports VIP) in store for any additional running items you may may need for the Rivalry Clash races.
If you haven NOT signed waiver forms electronically make sure to print your waiver from here and sign and bring to packet pick up at a Road Runner Sports. Signed waiver = Your race packet!
Friday, November 7th packet pick up is between 3 PM. – 8 PM
Saturday, November 8th packet pick up is between 10 AM – 3 PM
Get your printable 5K and 10K maps by clicking HERE.
START LINE & COURSE:
There are two start areas for each race. Runners will line up in the area with their comrades based on estimated race times. The separate start lines will face each other like the armies of old. Fastest runners will go to the front of the start line. At the start, the two teams will run towards each other, clash and merge into race battle!
Get ready to set some personal records! The very flat course, combined with the rivalry energy will make these fast and fun races for everyone. The course is all on parking lot, road, sidewalk, and paved trails. Wind around the Columbia River, Portland International Raceway, & Columbia Slough Trail.
Finish place and time matters! The lower the better. The top 20 finishers in each of the 5K and 10K will score the number of points equal to their finish place. For example if you finish 1st place, you score one point, if you finish 20th place, you score 20 points.
The post-race party features a beer garden & food at the Expo’s West Delta restaurant and patio. Vendors, DJ, giveaways, and more rivalry games like Cornhole & Ladder Ball await. If you take an event picture of you or your friends with your phone and upload it to Facebook and show us, you will receive two raffle tickets to be entered into our raffle drawings.
Again, bring any tailgate gear you may have to the after party for more rivalry fun (i.e. school colored canopies, chairs, etc. No beer or open flame grills please). The lobby will have a restaurant with tv’s if you feel like watching some football.
CHARITY & AWARDS:
- Individual awards include a free shoe certificates from our sponsors Road Runner Sports for the top male and female runner from each race.
- Gift cards from Road Runner Sports will be awarded to the second place male and female finisher in each race.
- Prizes will be awarded to the team of 5 with the lowest combined time in each race.
- The team of college fans with the LOWEST overall score wins bragging rights. 100% of proceeds will be donated to InterConnection 501(c)3 for a laptop giving program for college students in the state of Oregon who are in need and good academic standing and to the Benson Polytechnic, Grant, David Douglas, and Clackamas High School Key Clubs to be used towards programs and other charitable organizations such as UNICEF and March of Dimes.