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Each race will give a portion of entry fees to different charities, taking what Darin calls an often 'selfish activity,' and giving it a grander purpose. Most people don't want to go out and hit the road for psychological reasons they think their body won't be able to handle it or work has worn them down but Darin and Trisha say that a little bit of support, and a common goal, goes a long way. Just like it did for them when they first moved to Tigard. Darin and Trisha, both 38 years old, moved here for work from Minneapolis six years ago. Nowadays they compete in many races yearly, and run nearly every day, but at that time they were more inactive. 'We are not naturally gifted runners,' Darin said. Then in individual, but similar stories, they found themselves thrust right into the Oregon running community. Now they have become the teachers bringing friends into their world of running bliss. 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