Ragner Relay 2014 to move through Solana Beach

The Ragnar Relay 2014 running event will be entering Solana Beach on Saturday, April 5. The event is a 200-mile overnight relay race that starts in Los Angeles on Friday,  April 4, and finishes in San Diego on Saturday. The first runners will pass through Solana Beach (south bound on Highway 101 sidewalk) around 4 a.m. on Saturday morning, and the final runners will pass through around 2 p.m.

There are no anticipated significant impacts to the community and no road closures.

Related posts:

  1. Solana Beach athlete to raise funds for kids in need through Ragnar Relay Race
  2. Relay for Life this weekend in Solana
  3. Triathlon, related events to be held in Solana Beach July 27-28
  4. Del Mar and Solana Beach Shopper Shuttle available for fair attendees
  5. Access slowly being restored in Solana Beach Highway 101 construction

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