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Heartfelt, funny and inspiring, the documentary HOOD TO COAST follows four very different teams on an epic journey to conquer the world's largest relay race. A 67-year-old heart attack survivor returns to conquer the race that nearly killed her, a family in mourning runs to honor the memory of their beloved, a group of film animators test the limits of their athleticism (or lack thereof), and a group of aging jocks show they still know how to have a good time. A celebration of personal determination and the power of family and friends, HOOD TO COAST proves that you're never too old or too young to attempt the extraordinary. Variety called it "a Treat for the sports-minded and sports-phobic alike." Special Features include 95 minutes of Extras: 24 Additional Scenes and 'Making Of' Featurette; "Where Are They Now?" Updates; Director's Commentary Panel Discussion featuring Bart Yasso of Runner's World and Mary Decker Slaney; Original Theatrical Trailers, Training Tips; Shout-Outs from 2008 and 2010; Tons of Footage from the Race Course.
The case that the movie came in was cracked and broke. The disc are okay but no casePublished 2 months ago by Laura
Inspiring! Followed the lives of many normal people, it is heartfelt and meaningful. I am running the rogue relay in Southern Oregon and this was a good preview... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Nicole R. Brainard
I ran Hood to Coast a few years ago, and it was so enjoyable and nostalgic to watch this movie. It really captures the essence of the race.Published 8 months ago by Joanna Hooper
I watched this after doing HTC but would recommend watching before to get excited.Published 8 months ago by Agatha Anderson