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Seaside Beach Volleyball Tournament AUGUST 12, 2011


Thousands of volleyball enthusiasts will gather in Seaside Aug. 12 to 14 for a regional beach volleyball tournament. Professionals battle in fierce competition, while highly-ranked amateurs play yards away.


There is lots of comfy sand where visitors can put down a blanket and get a front-row seat to the action. In addition to the games, you can catch spiking and serving competitions. Just a warning – these folks play hard and a player diving into the crowd or sending a smoking volleyball careening onto a spectator’s beach blanket is a common sight.


When not used for tournaments, several sand volleyball courts are available in the summer for casual pickup games or friendly team rivalries. For information, visit www.seasidebeachvolleyball.com


Hood to Coast Relay AUGUST 26-27, 2011


The Hood to Coast run is billed as the largest relay race in the world. It covers a grueling course with teams of 12 racing around the clock to the finish line. The race covers 195 miles from Mount Hood to Sea- side. Related events include the Portland to Coast Walk, a 126-mile relay, and the Portland to Coast High School Challenge, a 125-mile relay intended for those 18 and younger. There’s always a big party at the finish line at the beach in Seaside.


Hood to Coast takes place Aug. 26-27. For more information about the race, go to the Hood to Coast Web site, www.hoodtocoast.com


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