HOOD TO COAST BACK IN THEATERS

Doc reviewHOOD TO COAST BACK IN THEATERS

Sports Techie: We are excited to announce that after a stellar national premiere, the running documentary Hood To Coast will be back for a one night only Encore Performance! Back by popular demand, here is your final chance to see the entire Event as presented originally on 1-11-11 with the complete Red Carpet and Expert Panel. Hood To Coast will be playing again in around 100 theaters on February 10, 2011 at 7:30pm. Seattle Theaters can be be found by clicking here.

Once again we invite you to join us for this truly special film which opened to rave reviews. Hood To Coast is the largest relay in the world, where each year 1,000 teams (12,000 runners) in 2,000 vans cover 197 grueling miles as a relay, putting themselves through an arduous physical journey that as an individual would be impossible. As Bart Yasso of Runner’s World magazine put it, “If one movie captures the Runner’s High- Hood To Coast is it!”

The film Hood To Coast follows four unlikely teams on their epic journey to conquer this running world favorite. The film captures the love, dedication, and insanity of the every day runner as well as the excitement, pain, and humor of the unprepared first timer. Their stories are reminders that no matter who you are, you can push yourself beyond where you thought your limits were.

Check out the trailer, locate your nearest theater, and get your tickets at www.hoodtocoastmovie.com. Let’s make it a Seattle Fit Movie Night.

Here are a handful of the reviews!

“Run, donʼt walk, to ʻHood to Coastʼ “
(The Oregonian)

“Hood to Coast is one stunning sports film”
(The Huffington Post)

If running’s your resolution but you’re already having trouble tying up those laces, here’s your inspiration to get moving: “Hood to Coast.”
(Seattle Times)

“Their stories will move you – and remind you of the transformative power of fitness and friendship.”
(Shape Magazine)

“This is one of those rare and splendid movies that recognizes the beauty of its story and merely augments it, rather than redesigning it, culminating in a wonderful viewing experience.”
(Baltimore City Paper)

“We have a winner. Huge fan”
(TheScorecardReview)

“Sports Technology allows us to behold ‘Hood To Coast,’ the timeless and entertaining documentary about self-less team running in Oregon”
(Sports Techie)

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