Way back in August I wrote about the Hood To Coast Relay, which is a race that begins 6000 feet up Mt. Hood in Oregon and runs 197-miles to the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Each year, 12,000 participants take part in the event, which is billed as “the World’s Largest Relay Race.”
At the time that I posted on the run, I noted that a film was in the works as well. That film is now nearing completion and is set to make it’s debut on 1-11-11 (January 11, 2011). You can find more about the film at HoodToCoastMovie.com and checkout the great trailer for it below. Looks great!
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