Sports During COVID
SUMMER 2021 ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS
We open to the public August 23rd for the following hours: Mon-Thur 8am-5pm, Fri 8am-12pm. Masks required indoors. Showers are closed.
Check out the listings below to learn how you can get involved remotely or in the community. All in-person events are masked, socially distanced and free for students. COCC Campus is still closed.
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(last updated 8/3/21)
Pickleball - FREE
Next Pickleball Events: TBA
Play pickleball at Pickleball Zone! Please bring court/basketball shoes (they have extras to borrow if you don't have them), and bring your water bottle!
There will be a professional coach there to help any new players. All skill-levels
Location: Pickleball Zone, 63040 NE 18th St, 3rd Floor, Bend, OR 97701.
Golf Tournaments - FREE
Free use of the Driving Range for students at both courses any day of the week!
Next Golf Event: TBA
9 holes, individual play (your own ball). Please bring your own clubs, your own water and a snack, and show up 10 minutes early. If you want to show up even earlier to use the driving range, we will pay for your bucket of balls!
Aerial Acrobatic Yoga - FREE
(Limited to the first 9 students to register)
Next Aerial Yoga Event: TBA
These unique instructor-led workshops will make you sweat and leave feeling strong
and happy having tried something new. Sessions will focus on slacklining, arial silks,
hula hooping, juggling, poi, and other core-balance and "flow arts". To learn more
visit: https://www.tulamovementarts.com/ or https://www.slackrobats.com/.
Location: Tula Movement Arts, 2797 NW Clearwater Dr ste 100 & ste 500, Bend, OR 97703
"Storm The Stairs" Run - FREE
26th Annual "Storm The Stairs" Run from home is the last weekend in May - 28-29! Register Here
We will "Run From Home" again, as campus will be closed. Our goal is to beat last year's combined totals of 9,000 stairs and 100 miles together. Students get free T-shirt. Last year's winner, COCC Student Maricruz Valdovinos Mariles, self-reported 850 stairs in a weekend!
Don't forget to upload pictures of the stairs you run, and report your miles/results here.
Running Club - FREE
Register here and email email@example.com for run schedule each week. All skill levels are welcome!
Location: Shevlin Park, 18920 NW Shevlin Park Rd, Bend, OR 97701, park by the bathrooms and meet under the covered picnic tables.
E-Sports Club (Competitive Video Games)
Join the New Super Smash Bros Ultimate Team!
Matches vs other schools coming soon!
Click on the links to register and show up in the discord at the time of each event.
Step 1: Register here
Step 2: Join the discord community here
Step 3: Choose Your Games here
Basketball @ Bend Hoops - FREE
Next Event TBA Register here
Come compete against other COCC students in various basketball shooting and skill
competitions and drills (no contact/games). Or get in the gym to do your own individual
workout. Keep your game sharp during COVID at Bend Hoops!
Location: Bend Hoops, 1307 NE 1st St, Bend, OR 97701
Indoor Soccer Skills & Drills - FREE
Next Event TBA Register here
Come compete with and against other COCC students in soccer skill competitions and
drills with a coach (no contact/games).
Location: Cascade Indoor Sports, 20775 High Desert Ln, Bend, OR 97701
COCC Striving for #1 in the nation in "Rec Movement" during COVID.
Visit 2020recreationmovement.com to sign-up with your @cocc.edu email and click "log workout" each day! We're competing vs.100 other Colleges and Universities to track how active we are
during COVID - we're logging our workouts online each day (any activity/exercise in a class or on your own counts - even stretching by yourself
and walking your dog).
Use #RecAtHome and #COCCBobcats on TikTok, Instagram and Facebook. Also join other workouts throughout the day for free.
More events coming soon...
Each participant must complete, save and submit the waiver as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org before each event. If you experience any problem viewing or filling out the PDF in your browser, try a different browser, or save the document to your computer then open it using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.
This year's Turkey Trot was a successful way to exercise off all that gravy! We ran over 86 miles as a community, with 25 participants (17 of which reported miles). Our winner this year, who reported 10 miles during the two day period, was Marcus Legrand! Great job Marcus!
This year's run "from home" saw participants exercising in various locations including Vista Butte, Deschutes River Canyon, the agricultural fields in the Willamette Valley, Misery Ridge, Pilot Butte, Triangle Lake, and one of us even saw a flock of wild turkeys at Black Butte Ranch! What a great way for us to still be Bobcats together while we can't be physically together.
Thr results bumped us into 3rd place in the nation in the 2020 Recreation Movement! WOW! Keep logging your exercise time here: https://2020recreationmovement.com. #TogetherBobcats!
Here are some of the stairs our participants ran during the 25th Annual "Storm The Stairs." Despite the odds, we are showing how we #RecAtHome! Moreover, this race helped us climb from #11 to #7 in the Nation in the 2020 Recreation Movement. A special thanks to all the participants, including this year’s winner, COCC Student Maricruz Valdovinos Mariles, who reported 850 stairs! Good work, Maricruz!
"JUNGLE RUN" RACE RESULTS!
The 25th Annual Jungle Run “from home” was a success July 24-25th! We had 24 registrants, 18 of whom reported their miles to the tune of 131 total miles! That beat our goal of 100 miles together. Go Bobcats!
Traditionally, the Jungle Run has steep ascents, log crossings, mud, and all sorts of difficult and fun terrain. This year we asked participants what their “creative features” were on their trail runs and they reported things like “keeping away from other people,” “dodging dog poop on the river trail,” “jogging with the baby in the baby carrier,” “boulder hopping in the river,” and “surrounded by thousands of wildflowers.” What a race!
Our winner (most miles) was Kimber Mattox, who ran up South Sister 11.75 miles. Wow. Congrats Kimber! Our student who reported the most miles was a tie - Jill Mann and Josiah Esper both ran 8 miles. Great job, Josiah and Jill!