Awards and Accolades
Regional Race accomplishments
(Mill Cities, Lynn Woods, Individual Race Winners)
|2016||- Mill Cities Relay 1st place Women's Open
- Mill Cities Relay 2nd place Men's Open
- Mill Cities Relay 2nd place Men's Masters
- Lynn Woods Relay 2nd Place Men's Open
- Lynn Woods Relay 1st Place Women's Open
- Lynn Woods Relay 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Men's Masters
- Lynn Woods Relay 2nd Place Women's Masters
- Lynn Woods Relay 1st Place Men's Seniors
- Lynn Woods Relay 2nd Place Women's Seniors
- Lynn Woods Relay 2nd Veteran Men
- Run for the Troops 5K: Top Team
|2015||- Mill Cities Relay 2nd Place Male Open
- Mill Cities Relay 3rd Place Male Masters
|2014||- Mill Cities Relay 2nd Place Male Masters|
|2013||- Mill Cities Relay 3rd Place Female Open|
|2012||-Mill Cities Relay 3rd place Men's Senior|
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Race awards, best of North Shore Road Race Guides
2014: Best Kids Race: Wicked Kidz 1/2 Mile & 1 Mile
2014: Best Post Race Party: Wicked Frosty Four
2014: Best Race to Volunteer At: Wicked Presents Miles Over the Moon
2014: Best Race Logo/Mascot
Competitor Magazine’s Best of 2012- Best Running Club (2012)
Every year Competitor magazine asks their online readers and social media followers from around the country to nominate their favorite races, stores, coaches, clubs and more. The Wicked Running Club is proud to have been voted the Best Running Club in the Northeast Region for 2012! You can pick up the January 2013 issue ofCompetitor to see the full results. Thank you to everyone who voted!
RRCA Outstanding E-Newsletter (2011)
Our very own Wicked Running Register was selected by the Road Runners Club of America as an Outstanding E-Newsletter for 2011! This award recognizes the use of technology in communicating with members. The content of newsletter should appeal to a broad audience in a running club from beginners to competitive runners. A calendar of local events, club meetings and social gatherings, along with member achievements such as marathon finishers, and other special interest member stories are encouraged. Other content such as original articles, training and nutrition tips, and race reviews are also important elements. Congrats to our awesome Newsletter Editor Michele Campbell for all of her hard work each month! For more information about the RRCA please visit their website: www.rrca.org.
RRCA Outstanding Website – Large Club (2010)
The Road Runners Club of America selected wickedrunningclub.com as an Outstanding Website for large (over 250 members) clubs for 2010. This award honors and recognizes those who have brought technology into their clubs as a means of communication and done so in an organized, efficient and technological manner. For more information about the RRCA please visit their website: www.rrca.org.
Salem Park & Rec Community Partnership Award (2010)
Since the 70-member Wicked Running Club was honored two years ago, it has grown to nearly 250 members and contributed to the city of Salem in many ways, including: hosting the Frosty Four Road Race on New Year’s Day; awarding scholarships for local high school students; conducting a holiday toy drive; initiating a sneaker recycling program; and partnering with the Parks & Recreation Department on the Wicked Kidz races and community movie night. The Wicked Running Club continues to flourish and provide a social and recreational outlet for runners of all abilities.