Upcoming U-T California 10/20 coastal run begins in Del Mar

The U-T California 10/20 run will be held on Sunday, Feb. 16. The 10-mile run begins and ends at the Del Mar Fairgrounds and benefits the American Cancer Society. Race start time is 7:30 a.m. Great local bands will rock the beautiful coastal route.

The U-T California 10/20 will hold a two-day expo race weekend that all registered participants are required to attend to pick up their packets (race bib, shirt, goodie bag). Local, regional and national vendors will be onsite displaying and selling athletic-related products.

Interested expo vendors can email info@Cal1020.com for more information.

To register for the race or for more information on the event, visit www.cal1020.com

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  1. Carmel Valley 5K registration continues, organizers looking for local bands
  2. California Coastal Commission to consider approval of coastal development permits for operations at the Del Mar Fairgrounds
  3. Race for active pets and humans kicks off on Jan. 13
  4. Local author debuts cookbook inspired by California coastal lifestyle
  5. CALENDAR: Upcoming events in North Coastal San Diego

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