January Issue, 2017
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January 2017 - Happy New Year!


- Resolution Run Recap

- Reasons to Run

- 5K Training Group!

- Vintage Crab Feed

- Track Spikes Coming Soon

- January Recipe

- Upcoming Races
Walk With a Doc!

According to the American Heart Association, walking has the lowest dropout rate of any physical activity. Think it doesn’t do any good? Think again. Walking is low impact, so it’s easier on the joints than running.

Walks will take place the first Saturday of each month at 9:00AM:
  • January 7th: walk will be led by Dr. Richard Parent with St. Helena Hospital.
Location:  The Hartle Court Shelter on the Napa Valley Vine Trail

Click for more info!
Brooks Transcend 4

The new Transcend 4 is lighter and gives a stable ride with adaptable cushioning, great impact dispersion and luxurious comfort. 8mm offset.
NEW! Nike Free RN Distance 2

This flexible, lightweight shoe offers a soft, natural ride. Revamped upper is more form fitting. 4mm offset.
The Carneros Vineyard Run is back in 2017!

April 30th - 8am Start
Run the rolling hills along the vineyards in Carneros! The 5K/10K will start and finish at Artesa Winery and benefit the Carneros Volunteer Fire Department! 

Register Today!

Check out the Scena Performance races coming this spring! 

The Napa Valley 50K/20 Mile 4/22/17

The Calistoga Trail Ramble
10 Mile/10K - 4/23/17

Register Today!

SAVE $10 when you register for any distance by January 5th using

Napa Valley Resolution Run
The 5K/10K grows in its 5th year!
2017 started with a bang as a record number of people ran and walked the New Year's day race!  Yountville welcomed fitness enthusiasts and first time 5Kers alike as they took to the streets and Vine Trail. Some had set lofty goals of achieving a personal record, others wanted to enjoy the fresh new year at a more leisurely pace. The 10K was won by Kevin Pool in a time of 32:32. Michelle La Sala was the winner of the women's 10K in 42:11. Vadim Pelavin crossed the line first in the men's 5K in a time of 17:20. Amy Crain ran 19:08 to finish first in the women's 5K. 
Official Results by NorCal Timing and, NEW THIS YEAR, finish line photos can be found here. If you have questions about the results please email

Race Photos! Check out your free race photos on our Facebook page! Follow us to stay up to date on races, fun runs, events, gear and sales!
Thank you to our wonderful Sponsors:
 Quaker Foods & Hint Water

Special Thanks to our Volunteers! 
Vintage Cross Country, Eagle High School Cycling Club, Vine Trail & gracious community members! 
Want to learn to run 5K?
We make it easy and fun!

Our 5K training class uses a walk/run progression plan to gently improve your ability to run! Classes meet twice a week for 8 weeks. Wednesdays at 6pm and Saturdays at 9am. Two coaches will be at each session to give you individual instructions and guidance. We're training for the Kiwanis 5K on March 5th! 
Only a few spots remaining!
Sign up at Athletic Feat by January 6th.
Classes begin January 7th

Questions? Call us (707) 258-6272
Cost: $69
Feeling Crabby?

It's time for the 39th Annual
 Paul Stornetta Memorial Crab, Tri-Tip & Pasta Feed

Featuring Wonderbread5

Support Vintage High School Athletics!

Saturday, January 21st 2017
Chardonnay Hall, 575 Third Street, Napa
Doors open at 4pm
If you're getting excited about the 2017 Track & Field season then you'll want a sneak peek of our incoming spikes!
Nike, Saucony & New Balance. Throwing shoes will also be in stock. Scheduled to arrive in early February.


On-line sign-ups are open for the Napa Cal Ripken & Babe Ruth League 2017 Spring baseball programs. Registration and all league information for all age groups can be accessed at 
Register in person at Athletic Feat on January 14th or February 4th between 10am-2pm.  League staff will be able to assist with the on-line registration process.
January Recipe
Greek Yogurt Deviled Eggs

12 hard-cooked large eggs, peeled*
About 2 tbsp. finely chopped spring onion*
1/2 cup plus 2 tbsp. low-fat Greek yogurt
3/4 teaspoon kosher salt
1 tablespoon country Dijon mustard
About 1 tbsp. finely chopped chives
About 2 tbsp. finely chopped spring onion


1. Cut eggs in half lengthwise and pop yolks into a food processor; reserve whites. Add yogurt and salt to food processor and whirl until smooth, scraping down bowl as needed.

2. Transfer yolk mixture to a medium bowl and stir in mustard, 1 tbsp. chives, and 2 tbsp. onion to blend. Set egg whites on a platter, hollow side up. Scoop yolk mixture into a piping bag fitted with a star tip and pipe mixture into hollows. Sprinkle with more chives and onion if you like.

*For perfect hard-cooked eggs, cover them in cold water in a small saucepan and bring to a boil. Remove from heat and let stand 12 minutes. Plunge cooked eggs into ice water, crack all over, and let sit in the water for a few minutes before peeling. Look for spring onions (regular onions picked young) at farmers' markets in spring and at Latino markets year-round. They have a fatter bulb than green onions--which have less crunch but make a good substitute.
Stephanie Spencer, Sunset, 2013


Sunday, Feb 19 Valley Ford Relay

Sunday, March 5 Napa Valley Marathon & Kiwanis 5K

Saturday, March 11 Voices Against Brain Cancer 5K

Saturday, April 22, Napa Valley 50K & 20 Mile

Sunday, April 23, Calistoga Trail Ramble 10 Mile & 10K

Sunday, April 30 Carneros Vineyard Run

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