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6745 KIMBALL DR STE F

GIG HARBOR, WA

98335

MONDAY TO FRIDAY : 9-6PM

SATURDAY: 10-6PM

SUNDAY :  OFF

New Years Day               CLOSED

Labor Day                       9 to 1pm


Easter Day                      (CALL FOR HOURS, SOME YEARS OPEN FOR HALF DAY)


Fourth of July                 (CALL FOR HOURS, SOME YEARS OPEN FOR HALF DAY)


Thanks Giving Day        CLOSED COMPLETELY


Christmas Day                CLOSED  (Christmas eve closed early, call for details)

                                                   How to find us:
From Bremerton take city center exit, take left on Wollochet at light, then take right on Kimball dr.  Route 16 is on left just past Great Car Wash under Snuffins Catering.

From Tacoma take city center exit (or Wollochet). Take a right at light on Pioneer, then immediate right on Kimball.  Route 16 is on left side just past Great Car Wash under Snuffins Catering

Miguel Galeana
​Manager

“Esta es mi vida”.  In the Spanish language this means this is my
life.  As a child I came with my family from the barren regions of southern
Mexico plains.  We came, the seven of us, with nothing but the clothes on
our back.  It is said that desperation is the best motivator, and I have
found this to be true.  In Grade school, elementary school and High school,
when other children where playing games I was working in the forest to help
support my family.  We planted trees, picked mushrooms, salal, berries,
moss and fern to survive, still, with seven mouths to feed there was never
enough.
I vowed to do better.  I worked hard in school and
got good grades, but my real opportunity came  at Hoquiam  Middle
School.   All the hard physical labor I did as a child transformed me
into a skilled and muscular athlete.  I joined the school track team and I
knew I had found a way out.  I was introduced to PEAKING by my coach
in Middle school.  

 

There I learned the importance of being consistent, patient
and attentive to my goals.  That year our goal to specifically peak at the
district meet to break an old record of 4:47 in the mile, I trained hard and met
that goal.  This approached worked and  I took it to  the high
school level.  In high school I won 4 state track championships at
Lincoln Bowl and one cross country championship in Pasco, gaining national
recognition. 


By this time my father managed a crew in the forest thinning
industry so I would put in a full day of logging and planting trees and then run
the five miles in dirt roads.  It was hard work, but it paid off. 
This was my ticket out, a full ride running scholarship to Montana State
University. 


At MSU  I continued  to succeed with the same  philosophy, winning Five Conference Championships  which included the 1500m (2x), 3000m steeplechase (8:39), indoor mile (4:01) and one cross country
championship.  This would earn Two All-American honors in the 3000m
SteepleChase at the NCAA Division IA  championships. 

As an Asics sponsored athlete for 6 years I was privileged to have run and
competed in many road races  and national cross country championships. 
Road races included  Marathons, Half Marathons (1:07), 10k (30:10 road) and
8k (24:08). 


After MSU  I would end up Working one year at Super Jock and Jill in
Seattle  where I got addicted to the lifestyle of running.  After the
one year I opted to go south and work at the local running store in
Olympia,  South Sound Running would be my home for the next 8 years.

Most recent in 2010 I was privileged enough to be inducted in the Hall of
Fame in Bozeman, Montana  as a member of the 1993 Montana State Univeristy
Cross Country Team and as an individual alum.   I have lived an amazing
life from my village days to my new life in Gig Harbor, I hope to continue
to provide a service that is unmatched. 

Today I do what I enjoy most, own my running store in Gig Harbor, WA.  
My  mission today  is to continue to TEACH, ADVISE  and
EDUCATE  the sport  that has been  so great to
me.    Thank you for your support.

 

 

 

Alexa M . G  -

 Inspiring person, motivator and founder of Dirty Girls Trail Runners.  Congratulation to Alexa  for a new chapter  in her life.  As of March 2015  Alexa  opened  a very successful  MASSAGE business.  Deep Roots  Therapeutic   Massage  is open and going strong.. Congrats.  

Jeff B -

Race Management - Coordinator  - True inspiration of the sport, been involved for over 30years with running in one way or another.  Founder of Custom Race System and Co-director of Race for a soldier.

Jillian P . E-

 Route 16 welcomes Jillian to our NW running family.  Jillian is a top (10) Triathlete on the circuit and comes with a full knowledge of our sport of running and triathlons.  Come say hello ..  You can find Jill at the Club  as well where she is a coach and personal trainer

Lorenzo  G

 Route 16 welcomes  Lorenzo to our team.  with a level 1 cross fit trainer license, Lorenzo brings another side of running and training.  


Ryan E

welcome to our team, we are very fortunate to have Ryan on board team 16.  dedicated to his education in Physical Therapy we are lucky to have. 

Caitlin-

welcome to our team, we are fortunate and lucky to have  Caitlin.  Caitlin has been around the hiking and trail side for a long time.  currently a student at  SKHS 

Dawn B. -

my savior at Route 16- My bookkeeper is what makes us go and we are very lucky to have her