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CRC is owned and operated locally by runners who got their start through cross country and track. Our hearts are in the grassroots of our sport, and we remain strong supporters at all levels. Here's how CRC can benefit your team:
All track and cross athletes who are on a scholastic team receives a 20% discount at the CRC when shopping in-store. All other student-athletes, outside of track and cross country, receive a 10% discount. To further boost a team's fundraising, we'll donate $10 back to the team or the boosters club for each training shoe purchased by a team member. The donation window for track is December 1 through March 31. The donation window for cross country is May 1 through August 31. After each donation window closes, we'll reach out to your coaching staff or athletic department to arrange for the donation.
Hosting a meet and in need of race timing? CRC offers FinishLynx race timing with both camera and chip timing capacity for full OHSAA and NCAA compliance. We'll go beyond simply timing the meet too, as we'll provide a finish arch, sound system, flagging, snow fencing, and more extras to build up the atmosphere at your event. For pricing, scheduling, and full info, please contact us at [email protected] We're involved at all levels, from once hosting USATF XC Club Nationals down to timing middle school dual meets and everything in between.
Cross country champions are made in the summer. Jumpstart your own training by running with CRC in the summer at one of our great XC camp options: CRCXC Camp and Myers Running Camp. You can find full details on both camps here.
Coaches, we're here to help your own team look good. The Columbus Running Company has access to great team uniforms for the best prices from quality companies such as ASICS, Brooks, Nike, and more. Fully custom uniforms are available as well, and we can help with your design and print work. For pricing and specifics, please contact Eric Fruth at [email protected]
Still the best looking XC team in world history: