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New Date: October 3, 2020
March 21, 2020 11:00AM: All registered participants should have received the postponement plan email that can be viewed HERE. For those registered please view the note for all available options. Please use the link to process your request rather than email of fb messages.
March 19, 2020 12:00PM: We have received confirmation today from OSU Athletics that the venue is available October 3rd. This will be the new race date for the 10th running of the Corvallis Half Marathon. All registered participants will receive an email shortly outlining options for their registration. We hope you all can come join us October 3rd!
March 12, 2020 12:00PM: We received notice today that the CHM must be postponed. The 2020 CHM will not be held on April 11th. We are looking to October for a new date to give ample time for adjustments to training and travel plans. Once we finalize a new date, we will email all registered participants with your options. Thank you for your patience.
March 11, 2020 9:00pm: OSU announced today that they will be canceling all OSU-sponsored events over 50 people through April 30th and possibly beyond. We have reached out to them to see if this applies to our race. If this applies to our race, it will mean postponing the race until a later date, most likely into the fall (October). If you already registered please stay tuned and as soon as we get the confirmation from OSU. Once confirmed, we will send an email to all registered participants and will post and update here and to facebook with the plan and new date.
Additional race information can be found at http://www.corvallishalfmarathon.com.
This scenic, 13.1 mile 'Tour de Corvallis' is mostly flat with two slow gradual climbs, and two gradual descents.
The entire course is on paved roads, sidewalk and bike paths.
The 5k is one of the flattest around. You can expect a PR on this course!
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