July 2, 2019

Run of the Mill results- 4:08 pm

Run of the Mill results are now online. Check them out at the link below.

http://www.onlineraceresults.com/race/view_race.php?race_id=68973&relist_record_type=result&lower_bound=0&upper_bound=450&use_previous_sql=1&group_by=default#results

December 15, 2017

Sale, Sale, Sale!!!- 1:05 pm

Run26 has a large inventory of shoes for 20-40% off now through December 31st! Come on in and see if your favorite model is on sale!

July 3, 2017

2017 Raffle Runs- 3:22 pm

Come join us for this Summer’s raffle runs.  They will take place Thursday July 27th and Thursday August 24th.  Lots of fun for the family and pizza and root beer afterwards!!  Look forward to seeing you there!!  For more details join our Run 26 Facebook page.

 

June 21, 2017

2017 Run of the Mill- 11:57 am

The Run of the Mill is a 5k (3.1 mile) race in Mill Creek Washington. It is the longest standing annual event in Mill Creek. Since 2006, the race has been a fundraising event to benefit those fighting cancer. The ROTM is a very fun event – not only because the race itself has become a very respected and competitive 5k, but also because before and after the race, the event is a fun, community event with booths, prize give-aways, music, cash awards and great community spirit.

The Run of the Mill raises money for Providence Hospital’s Linda Baltzell Cancer Patients assistance fund which provides for basic life needs expenses for cancer patients. A secondary focus is providing financial support underfunded non cut high school track and cross country and swim programs.

December 27, 2016

Dale Schenck- 4:57 pm

Longtime Run 26 massage therapist and father of owner Shelby Schenck, Dale Schenck, passed away on December 15th after a long battle with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis.  He started doing massage at Run 26 from the first day the store opened and continued until October 2014 when his disease forced him to leave.  He helped thousands of people with not only their physical injuries but as a mentor and therapist of the soul.  He will be deeply missed but his massage techniques live on through his daughter in law Melody Schenck and massage therapist Katelyn Ivelia.  There will be a memorial service for him in mid February.  Check out our facebook page for details on his service in the next few weeks.

July 12, 2016

Mill Creek Kids Run- 11:08 am

Back by popular demand, Run26, and the Parks & Recreation staff will hold the 7th Annual “Kids Fun Run” on Saturday, August 6, 2016 at McCollum Park. Races include a 1 track lap for 3 – 4 years at 10:00 am,  1 track lap for 4 – 5 years at 10:20 am, 1K (.6 mile) at 10:40 am and 2K (1.2 mile) at 11:00 am.  Kid’s ages 3 years – 12 years are invited to participate.

 

Registered participants will receive a Fun Run t-shirt and goodie bag. Participants must submit registration by Thursday, July 20th in order to receive a t-shirt.  All parents will be required to sign a waiver and are encouraged to stay and cheer on the children. Registration Fee: $20 of which $5 of the fee is donated to the Mill Creek Scholarship Fund. Please visit www.millcreekkidsfunrun.com for more information or if you would like to volunteer or make a donation, please contact Kristen at (425) 921–5779 or email kristenr@cityofmillcreek.com.

May 26, 2016

Run of the Mill registration is now open!- 11:39 am

The 31st Annual Run of the Mill is taking place in the Town Center on Saturday June 25th.  This race has been able to donate over $300k to the Linda Baltzell Cancer Patient Assistance Fund at Providence Everett Hospital, local high school track & cross country and swim teams. This year all participants will receive a t-shirt and a medal included in your registration! To see the designs for these check out the Registration link.  Also Run26 and the Cascade Run Club will host the post race activities in the parking lot just south of Run 26.  There will be raffle prizes and possibly a beer garden.  We look forward to seeing you at this year’s Run of the Mill 5k!

 

http://www.mcrotm.com/#!registration/tifpg

February 2, 2016

St Patrick’s Day Dash Sign Ups- 1:33 pm

Registration for the 2016 St. Patricks Day Dash has begun!  You can register now online at, http://stpatsdash.com/index.php/2014-10-15-21-41-04 , and pick up your packet at Run 26 between March 5th-March 10th or register in store beginning February 13th and ending March 10th.  Run 26 offers a 10% discount on all regular priced product to St Pat’s Day Dash participants when you come in to the store to pick up or register for the event!

December 3, 2015

Cascade Run Club Information Meeting and Kickoff- 1:32 pm

The Cascade Run Club will be kicking off their Spring season on Saturday January 9th 8:00 am at Run26 with an information meeting followed by a training clinic and run . We will be training for the Eugene Half and Full marathon in May along with the Seattle Rock n Roll Half and Full in June. During the season we will participate in the St Patty’s Day Dash and the Whidbey Island 10k & 5k events. Weekly practices are held in the Mill Creek/Bothell area as well as Greenlake in Seattle.  Come join coaches Shelby Schenck, Run 26 owner and elite level coach and Yon Yilma, Seattle Rock n Roll Marathon and Seattle Amica Half winner  to get more information on this great club. The meeting is absolutely free!  For more information contact Yon Yilma at Yon@cascaderunclub.com or call Run 26 at 425-948-6495.

November 11, 2015

The benefits of Vitamin D- 1:35 pm

One of the best things you can do to help recover from training  is to start supplementing with Vitamin D.  Vitamin D has not only been proven to help prevent injuries but it can increase athletic performance because it helps the body absorb Calcium which in turn affects bone density, nerve signal efficiency, blood pressure, your immunity system and helps maintain muscle strength as we get older.  Most people get enough Calcium but very few get enough Vitamin D.  The best source of Vitamin D is the sun so in the Northwest, especially during Winter months, almost everyone is deficient and it’s very difficult to get enough through food so you will have to supplement.  You can use either D3 (animal form) or D2 (plant form) and shoot for 2000-3000 IU’s.

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