80 Photos that Show the Magic of #RagnarNWP

With endless views of golden fields, blue waters, and dense forest, Ragnarians made their way from the Canadian Border to Whidbey Island at Reebok Ragnar Northwest Passage. Starting in Blaine, they hopped, skipped, jumped, danced and ran their way over long bridges, through breathtaking farmland, under billions of stars and past hundreds of cheering locals. One lucky (or not so lucky) runner got to run the 9.8-mile Ragnar Leg powered by Reebok over Deception pass, where they saw the sun rise over the San Juan Islands, setting the sky ablaze. Team Jerry Cans ran in honor of Jerry, who is recovering from a stroke. He joined the team, which included his daughter, to cross the finish line. Faisal Naqvi ran to raise awareness for his daughter’s skin disorder, Epidermolysis Bullosa, which causes her skin to constantly blister and tear. He hopes bringing attention to the disorder will help find a cure. Katie Steele returned to run Ragnar Northwest Passage for a third time, this time, less than a year after she had brain surgery to remove a tumor. All Ragnarians made their own magical moments as they spent two days cramped in a van with their teammates. These 80 photos show the #RagnarNWP experience:

About Nicole Ginley-Hidinger

Nicole is the Social Media Content Specialist at Ragnar Events. She has spent the last five years bouncing around the west trying to find a place that has a great combination of skiing, running trails, and outdoor adventures. She loves any type of baked good, but especially brownies, cookies, doughnuts and pies.

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