The Oregon Coast Aquatic Park Board is pleased to unveil the first architectural concept drawing of the proposed South Beach aquatic park.
Architect Milica Dedijer and her associate Glen Small have captured the essence of the project with a dramatic and dynamic structure. For those who have seen the concept drawing, the first response of most is "WOW!"
The structure is designed to meet the needs of locals and tourists alike with an 8-lane, 25 yard competition pool at one end, and an aquatic park at the other with wave, leisure and toddler pools, slides, a Flowrider and other aquatic interests.
Not a swimmer? Then, visit the core retail shops, arcade, climbing wall or food court.
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Marathoners give their best in support of Oregon Coast Aquatic Park
Sonia Gatherum from Corvallis.
Eighty-four half-marathon runners from eight different states gave their very best in support of the proposed Oregon Coast Aquatic Park that supporters have been trying to get built at a spot near the Oregon Coast Aquarium at South Beach.
The fifth annual half-marathon fundraiser drew runners from as far away as South Africa to take part in the run that started at Newport High School, coursed up to the second dam up Big Creek, back to 31st, through the tunnels of Highway 101 and Agate Beach State Park, north toward the Yaquina Head Lighthouse, then south to the original Yaquina Bay Lighthouse, then back north to end it at the Nye Beach Turnaround.
When all saw said and run, it was two hours and then some for most of the runners. Among women who came in first in their age categories, it was Sonia Gatherum from Corvallis that came in first place age 31-40 at 1:37:27.
Among women 19-30, it was Beryl Brath. Women 41-50, Angie Gray from Corvallis. Women 51-60, Lynn Bonser of Rainer and among women 61-70 it was Virginia Belvedere.
Among the men who came in first in their age category, it was Jose Cacho finishing first in men 19-30.
Among men 31-40 it was Miles Brokaw of Salem, men 41-50 it was George C. Finn of Renton, WA., men 51-60 it was Sam Belvedere, and for men 61-70 it was Otto Finnell of Beavercreek.
Results can be downloaded here in .pdf format.
Date: January 25, 2013
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