CEE Hydrology graduate students (from left to right) Yifan Cheng, Claire Beveridge, Justin Pflug, Ryan Currier, and Amanda Manaster participated in the Global 6K for Water on May 6, 2017 at Gas Works Park. They had tons of fun taking a break from coding their hydrologic models and getting to run in the sun!! Proceeds from the race went to providing clean water in developing communities. Why 6K? This is the average distance that people in the developing world walk for water!
Freshwater Runs are a wonderful way to foster community, stay healthy, explore the Pacific Northwest, and have fun!!
- Lake Union 10K – August 13, 2017
- Resolution Run 5K and Polar Bear Dive – January 1, 2018
- Global 6K for Water– TBD 2018
- Ski to Sea – TBD 2018- Teams of 8 will take on different legs of 7 different sports! Cross Country Ski, Downhill Ski/Snowboard, Running, Road Bike, Canoe (2 paddlers), Cyclocross Bike, and Sea Kayak.
If you are interested in participating in or leading future Freshwater Runs (including any not listed here!), please contact email@example.com. Family members are welcome to join!