About

PartnersWestern Reserve Racing was founded in 2012 by three veteran runners and race directors.  Over the years, Jim, Joe, and Vince built solid foundations and positive reputations with the efforts of their individual races as well as Crooked River Trail Runners.  By joining forces and pooling their resources, Western Reserve Racing became one of the leading regional race management companies in Ohio.

Our events are managed and timed by seasoned runners whose top priority is an enjoyable race experience with accurate results.  WRR believes in giving back and supporting the local communities, charities, and park systems.  We also believe in supporting the local running community by employing area runners and maintaining a RRCA sanctioned free running club – the Crooked River Trail Runners.

Interested in learning more about the owners of Western Reserve Racing and its employees?  Please visit the Who We Are page.

What others are saying about Western Reserve Racing:

“The extremely generous support of WRR is tremendously appreciated – 4th year!!  Thank you.”
– Conservancy for CVNP

“There is no place like home.  Your support helps over 1,300 animals a year find the forever homes they deserve.  Thank you for all of your very generous support!”
-Humane Society of Greater Akron

“On behalf of Cleveland Metroparks, I would like to thank Western Reserve Racing for its donation to the Trails Fund.  WRR’s continued support of Cleveland Metroparks and its trail improvements is greatly appreciated.  Thank you!”
-Cleveland Metroparks

“The Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland is grateful for Western Reserve Racing’s support and partnership which has allowed us to serve over 8,000 kids, serve over 100,000 meals and make a significant difference in our youth lives.  We are excited to see the continued impact Western Reserve Racing has on the community of N.E. Ohio.”
-The Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland

“We certainly appreciate the donation and enjoy hosting the event!  We are looking forward to next year.  Thanks again!”
-Burr Oak State Park