Visit Oceanside is the first destination in California to partner with InjureFree, a web-based risk management platform for COVID-19 tracking and response. Stressing the need to safely resume sporting and other events as essential to tourism recovery, Visit Oceanside says InjureFree’s technology is an important factor in being able to hold events while protecting the health and safety of those involved and the surrounding community.
Beach Handball is a growing sport that had its first international competition held on United States soil take place right here in Oceanside on March 8-11, 2018. The Pan American Beach Handball Championships featured teams from around the American continent, competing for the chance to play in the 2018 World Championships!
Are you looking for a new and fun workout routine to start this new year, Oside Fitness style? There are so many ways to be active and exercise, especially in sunny Southern California. You almost always have the option of slipping on those running shoes and going for a beautiful run on the beach or boardwalk, but
Oceanside CycloCross Cyclo-cross brings new off-road experiences to North County cycling enthusiasts. What is Cyclo-cross? Cyclo-cross is the blending of mountain or cross country biking with an obstacle course. Riders wind their way through a track comprised of diverse surfaces while facing challenges including some that are on foot with bike in hand or shouldered.
Race Across America begins its start in Oceanside next week and we are thrilled to announce and welcome two teams of international rugby players that will be cycling over 3,000 miles across the United States. The two teams of eight riders representing the UK are aptly named The Ruck and Rollers. Since rugby isn’t a sport
While RAAM is first and foremost an endurance race, drawing the most intensely driven individuals, it also attracts teams dedicated to the bringing awareness and raising funds for causes or charitable organizations that they’re passionate about; many of whom have a personal connection to their cause. RAAM participants have raised over $1 million for charity in each of the past three years. The Lon Haldeman Award was created to honor racers who raise the most funds for their chosen charity.