Fri October 1 - Sun October 31 Mukilteo, WA 98275 US Directions


8227 44th Ave W Unit M
Mukilteo, WA US 98275


This Virtual 5K Run/Walk supports the Washington Rush Boys 2006 U16 Soccer Team. This season, 2021 - 2022, the Washington Rush Boys '06 soccer team will be participating in several College Showcase Tournaments, as well as competing in the National League Northwest Conference. 

Youth soccer players run several miles during each match.  Show your support for Youth Soccer by registering and participating this virtual 5K.   Walk, jog, skip, hop, dribble a soccer ball for a 5K.  Make this a fun event for your entire family!   A virtual bib and finishers certificate will be available for download to share on social media.  

FUN FACT:  Did you know that the average length of a soccer field is 105m?  Dribble a soccer ball up and down the field 47.62 times and you'll reach this 5K goal!

Washington Rush is the Regional Club for North County Youth Soccer Association.  We are associated with the nationally recognized Rush Program that was developed in Colorado and is now found in over 24 states and also worldwide.  The Rush players will have the opportunity to participate in National Rush Programs, National Rush Teams and be a part of Rush worldwide.  The Rush players will participate in the Regional Club League (RCL) for teams U8-U19, as well as, other Washington Youth Leagues.

At Washington Rush, we are committed to the development of healthy youth through the game of soccer.  We firmly believe in the value of sports – and soccer in particular – for promoting the physical, mental and social well-being of the youth player.  Our coaches seek to impart a love of the game and to develop each player’s technical and tactical capabilities to their fullest potential, while teaching life skills and leadership through teamwork and sportsmanship. We are committed to providing the highest-quality soccer experience for players and families alike and the highest level of competitive play in the State of Washington.  Finally, we strive to be a prized asset of our community both as a resource for local youth soccer organizations and as a model organizational citizen.  

All proceeds and donations from the virtual run/walk will benefit the WA Rush Boys 2006 team.


  • Accountability:  Be accountable for your actions and hold others accountable for their actions.  Who am I ultimately accountable to, and who judges my work?
  • Advice:  Seek out advice and aspire to be the best.  In order to learn, we must be open to learning and consider the advice of others.  Are you coachable?
  • Empathy:  Empathy is at the core of solid relationships.
  • Enjoyment:  Enjoy your work, this is a gift.  The desires of diligent workers are satisfied.
  • Humility: Apologize when you make a mistake.  Forgive others and do not look back.
  • Leadership: Leaders strive to be trustworthy, honest and sincere. They possess traits such as integrity and honor.  They are willing to serve others and sacrifice their own interests.  Leaders are constructive and hardworking.  
  • Passion:  Passion always trusts, always hopes and always perseveres.  Passion never fails.  
  • Respect:  Respect everyone.  Respect the opponent, the rules, your colleagues, your superiors and subordinates.  Be thoughtful and considerate.    
  • Safety: Our environment is safe.  This includes the office, our travels, the fields and our bodies.  Safety is not only physical safety from harm, but safety from ridicule and attack.  We are comforted and encouraged in the club.  We portray self-control and kindness to our staff, our colleagues and players.
  • Tenacity:  To be successful, persevere….persevere but do not be anxious. Fear no one.  Be strong and courageous.  Work when no one is looking, even when the circumstances are not right and everyone else quits.  Diligence never loses because it never quits.  Out work your opponent, and most importantly, work smart.  Don’t wait for external inspiration.  The people who go far do so because they motivate themselves and give life their best, regardless of how they feel.  
  • Unity:  Together all things are possible.  When your teammates are down, bear each other’s burdens; conversely, celebrate your teammate’s successes.


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