Team 100 Mile Club at Ragnar SoCal: Running 200-ish Miles for our Kids


Can $10 change a life? It sure can.

For the price of a latte and scone at your favorite coffee shop, you can help a child achieve true personal success through goal setting and exercise.

On April 7-8, 2017, 12 runners from all walks of life and fitness levels are coming together for one reason...The 100 Mile Club!

12 runners, 200 miles. One cause.

Kicking things off in Huntington Beach, this dedicated and talented team will Run, Walk, Drive, Sleep (maybe), and Repeat under the California sunshine, beneath the stars at night, and over epic coastlines.

Some of us are super-fast and some are not-so-fast, but we're a team and we will finish STRONG! What could be better?? We know! Helping 100 Mile Club Kids and leading by example, THAT'S what!

This campaign has a huge goal of helping 1,000 children participate in the full 100 Mile Club Program in 2017. It costs just $10/year to help one child participate in this incredible and award-winning program.

Your donation of $35 or more will earn you a special gift from 100 Mile Club. We think you will love it. :)

Can you help? Sponsor one child or's up to you. Then, share this all over the place so we can reach our goal.

1,000 kids x $10 = $10,000 LET'S DO THIS!

Please meet our 2017 100 Mile Club® Ragnar Relay Team. Each runner is linked to their personal fundraising page, so click and donate to your favorite!

Are you ready? Here they are in no particular order:


Joe Nakamura, a very fast person who once ate a cricket to impress his daughter, is a true inspiration.


Philip Lozano, has the best sense of humor, a contagious belly-laugh, loves to watch cars drive in circles (what's that called? NASCAR?), and will always accept a fun running challenge!  


Jamey Bettencourt, a true go-getter, is a huge Marky Mark fan. Does this include The Funky Bunch? We hope so and hope it will play in Van 1!


Thomas Warner, is a singing teacher and humble & fast runner who loves loves loves corn flakes and has more shoes that his wife.


Ryan Young, model and adventure runner, started running because he was bored and recently completed a 100 mile ALASKA!


Megan Bloch and her infectious smile, coming all the way from Boston, MA, wears a different pair of sneakers to work every single day. 


Kara Lubin, who embraces her inner tortoise, has never run a marathon but has finished three 50Ks. Slow and steady is her mantra.


Nathan Longcrier, the most encouraging teammate out there, has completed Badwater135 and will yell "BAMWHAT!" as he passes you...which he certainly will do. As he encourages you of course. 


Karina Villaseñor, one of the Original 100 Mile Club Kids, is a self-described Ninja Turtle fan who probably drinks way too much coffee. 


Tina Loza, who used to be an EMT and at one time worked in the Coroners office. We feel safe now, kinda'.

Eric Salgado, who, when not running ridiculously a DJ. So we will have good music in our van! WOOT!


Mikey Lopez, a wrestler at heart and part of our Run with ACOP Team, ran his first marathon in 2009 with an epic time of 3:35!

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