Kisumu, Kenya WORLD AIDS MARATHON 2019
Thursday, February 14th, 2019 at 1:43 pm
Clare Irish Festival Road Race March 16, 2019
Thursday, February 14th, 2019 at 11:43 am
The race features a 5K Run, 10K Run, and 2 Mile Walk. The 10K Run will start at 9:00am, the 5K run will start at 9:05am, and the 2 Mile walk will begin at 9:15am. All races will feature chip timing for both the start and the finish. The start/finish line is in front of Clare High School. T-Shirts are limited to the first 700 participants to sign up, and each participant in the 5K, 10K, or 2 Mile walk will also receive a free pancake breakfast.
Early packet pick-up and registration is from 6:00-8:00pm at the Clare High School Cafeteria on Friday, March 15th, 2019 . Please enter through the High School cafeteria doors. Race day registration begins at 7:15am and ends at 8:45am on Saturday, March 16th, 2019 at Clare High School in Clare, MI. Registration will end promptly at 8:45am to ensure a 9:00am start.
Online Registration on this website will end at 2pm on Wednesday, March 13th, 2019. After that point- all registration will need to occur in person at either the early packet pick-up/registration on Friday, March 15th or on the morning of the race on Saturday, March 16th. Participants who pre-register by 3/9/19 will receive a reduced rate of $20. The entry fee will be $25 after 3/9/19.
A free Kid’s Run will take place at 10:45am, with ages 0-7 running 1/4 mile and ages 8-13 running 1/2 mile. Registration will take place from 7:15-8:45am on Saturday, March 16th. The kids will gather in the Clare High School lobby between 10:15-10:30am. The Ages 0-7 Fun Run will begin at 10:45am and the Fun Run for ages 8-13 will follow shortly after. There may only be one combined Kids’ Run with all ages competing in the same race, if the number of kids that sign up is small enough. There is no early sign up for the Kids Run online or on Friday.
Extra Information: Changing Facilities are available at Clare High School. No time will be recorded for participants who choose to walk the 10K Run. No refunds will be issued. Participants may not run with dogs. Participants may run with baby strollers, but will be asked to start near the back of the start line for safety precautions. Extra banquet tickets for non-participants may be purchased in the Clare High School cafteria on the morning of the race for $5. Breakfast in the cafeteria will close at 11am.
This race has been endorsed by the Governor’s Council on Physical, Fitness, Health, and Sport.
A big thank you goes out to our race sponsors: Northern Dry Bulk, MidMichigan Health, Mercantile Bank, Clare Family Fitness, Clare Hometown Chiropractic, Jay’s Sporting Goods, J.T. Bakers of Clare, Subway of Clare, and Owens Water.
For more information, please contact the race directors at the information listed below. E-mails will receive quicker responses.
Kyle McKown firstname.lastname@example.org (517) 581-0810 or
Adam Burhans email@example.com (989) 400-2130
Additional information about the Clare Irish Festival may be viewed at https://www.claremichigan.com/irish-festival/
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2019 Frozen Feet Trail Run
Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 at 4:04 pm
Go For Red 5K Run/Walk Saturday, February, 9 2019
Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 at 3:59 pm
February is Heart Disease Awareness month. There are 1.5 million heart attacks in America every year and 500,000 deaths. Grab your family and friends and come out to Aliera Healthcare Go For Red 5K Run/Walk to raise awareness of heart disease. The proceeds will provide free heart and health screenings for residents across Metro Atlanta at Emory Healthcare and to raise awareness of heart disease. Babies in strollers, Pets on leashes, and Walkers are welcome. Sponsorship and Volunteer opportunites are available. Contact Info: E| firstname.lastname@example.org, P| (478) 444-9781, W| http://mycbf.org.
Sponsors are Big Peach Running CO, Geiger, Parian Law Firm and Road ID
2019 Run to Home Base
Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 at 3:55 pm
The 2019 Run to Home Base Florida honors and supports Southwest Florida Veterans and their Families. All proceeds from this event will go directly to Home Base’s Southwest Florida initiatives, including our Warrior Health and Fitness Program and the two-week Intensive Clinical Program.
Participants can choose from a 5K run/walk, a 1 Mile walk and a 100-yard
kids’ dash. Fundraising is optional. All participants will receive a
race medal, photos at Home Plate & the Finish line, Race T-Shirt
(Performance Tech) and complimentary beverage at the Post-Race Party,
courtesy of Fort Myers Brewing Company!
34th Annual Tulip Run Date: Saturday, April 6th
Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 at 3:49 pm
2019 marks the 34th running of the Tulip Run and over the years the race and distances has changed with the times. Originally it was a 10K and 2.5 mile race and was changed to a 2 and 5 mile race once it moved to the Port of Skagit. Due to loss of trails, we have changed the 5 mile race to a 10K and the 2 mile race returns to its original configuration.
The Tulip Run is a relative flat and fast rural course at the Skagit Regional Airport. The 10K course actually starts with a half mile downhill on Higgins Airport Way which means you will repeat that route on trail coming up the slight incline. The two mile is totally flat! The start and finish lines for the race is located at Van Zyverden Bulb, 12035 Higgins Aiport Way. The 10K course consist of mostly hard packed gravel trails with a small portion being on the road where as the two mile will be about half road, half trail. Unless directed, runners will run to the right side of the road until coming to a volunteer to assist with the road crossing. The course will be clearly marked and monitors will be at all intersections. Due to the course restrictions, participants must finish within 2 hours. The weather on race day is typically nice and cool. Please dress appropriately.
When returning to the warehouse where their will be food and drinks (please bring your water bottles…..no cups at warehouse!), please stay to the right of Higgins Airport Way and 2 milers are to take the trail to avoid the 10K crossing Higgins onto the trail at Watertank (finish area).
Be mindful of traffic when crossing Peterson Road back to the warehouse. Watch for turning traffic from Higgins Airport Way. Peterson has a stop sign.
Chasing Unicorns 5K/Kids Run Sunday, February 17, 2019 8:00 AM (GMT-7)
Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 at 3:44 pm
Chasing Unicorns 5K/Kids Run” is a run/walk to benefit Team RWB, a veteran support organization.
Their mission is enriching the lives of veterans by engaging them in physical and social activities along with civilians. Anyone can become a member at TeamRWB.org.
All finishers receive a fuzzy unicorn award and lapel pin. No packet pickup is necessary! Check in starts at 6:30 am on Sunday, February 17, 2019.
The park is located at 2100 W Rio Salado Pkwy, Mesa, AZ 85201. Please follow the map posted on RunYourRaceAZ.com.
The course is on the Rio Salado Bike Pathway, along the North side of the park and through the tunnel. Parking is in the Yellow parking lot.
The 5K race is scheduled to start at 8:00 am, so please arrive early! The race is chip timed with age group awards. Your finisher medal will be awarded after the run and water, snacks and popsicles will be provided.
Kids 1 Mile Run: Arrive between 9 – 9:45 am for check in. Start time will be 10 am. Kids may run 1 mile or less to earn their medal. (No timing or awards)
2019 Run for Relief
Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 at 3:37 pm
2019 I Just Want to Be A Unicorn
Wednesday, February 6th, 2019 at 3:26 pm
Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) is a big fancy word for a brain stem tumor. There is no cure for DIPG and normally effects children. Children typically live 4 to 9 months after diagnosis. This is an inoperable tumor that can easily go undetected. With DIPG, parents watch their children suffer, and try to live the best life possible. This 5k and fun walk will help to raise funds for a DIPG family’s living expenses while treatment is being undergone. It will also help their parents to be able to spend the time they need with their children.
We will have a chip timed 5k and untimed fun walk, with all proceeds going to the family expenses fund. Let your day be magical as you help to promote and support this fund hosted by the Julia Barbara Foundation. This fund helps families that are affected take the time to spend with their families without worrying about bills. We will have crafts for kiddos and adults alike!
Awards go to Top 3 Male and Female overall with awards in 10 year age increments for adults: 8 and under, 9-13, 14-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+.
The route takes place at the Cherokee Greenway located off Alcoa Hwy, just southwest of UT. The route features a loop with an out and back on the scenic greenway.
2019 Warrior Race
Monday, February 4th, 2019 at 2:52 pm
Sunday, February 7th, 2016 at 10:00 am
Come to the beach and show your Warrior Love on Feb 7th, 2016! This race is a fundraiser for our 4th and 5th grade girls running club. The S.H.E. Warriors promotes self confidence, friendship, and health while training for local 5k and 10k races. We are raising funds to continue our program, bringing health and love to more girls in our community.
Resolution Run 2 Miler
Friday, January 1st, 2016 at 11:00 am
The 5th Annual Resolution Run 2 Miler will be held New Year’s Day at the Greene County Tech High School starting at 11:00 AM. This is a flat and fast out and back 2 mile course starting and finishing at GCT High School whilerunning through Carriage Hills Subdivision. All Proceeds wil be going to Paragould’s Mission Outreach. Come out, have a good time and support a worthy cause. Entry Fee $20. Those 15 and under only $10.
5K Reindeer Run
Saturday, December 12th, 2015 at 10:00 am
Join The Williams YMCA of Avery County for our 5K Reindeer Run! This 3.1 mile race is fun for everyone, bring the whole family! You may run, jog or walk the course, whatever pace you choose. Be prepared for sun, wind, rain or snow, it’s December in the mountains! The 5K Reindeer Run begins and ends at the Crossnore School gymnasium. The course is mostly paved but includes some trail and gravel paths. Prizes will be given to the most festively dressed participant and the top finishers. After the race stay for the Blitzen Bash and Silent Auction!
2015 Dixon Downtown Dash
Saturday, December 12th, 2015 at 9:30 am
This years event will begin at the Old Dixon High School. Registration opens at 8, race times begin at 9am, 9:30 and 10:30am for the 1K. There will be a 5K/ 10K and kids run with professional timing.
This is a joint partnership with Downtown Dixon Business Association and The Dixon High School Cross Country Team. Proceeds will go toward the DDBA and local charities.
Gingerbread 5K Run & 1-Mile Walk
Saturday, December 5th, 2015 at 2:00 pm
Support the Dundalk Youth Services Center & CenterPiece Family Arts Center at the Dundalk Gingerbread 5K & 1-Mile Walk 2:00 pm, Saturday, December 5 at St. Helena Park, Willowspring Road in Dundalk.
Saturday, December 5th, 2015 at 9:00 am
Grab your running shoes and Santa hat and meet us downtown for the 11th Annual Center for Women Reindeer Run 5K Race!Flat to gently rolling terrain. The race starts and ends at The Center for Women at 39 E. Jordan Street (next door to The First Baptist Church) in beautiful, downtown Brevard, NC. The race is the kick-off event for the Brevard Twilight Festival so bring the family for a whole day of fun!
Beach 2 Bar 5k
Saturday, November 28th, 2015 at 4:30 pm
Once again this November, runners will get on their marks, get set for an awesome evening and go for the gold at the 5th annual Beach to Bar 5k. Bringing a fun twist to the traditional run, Beach to Bar will offer a challenging route traversing not one, but two bridges and a post-race celebration like no other. And the race is not JUST for the fun of it—it will also serve as a noteworthy fundraiser for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (CFF).
Pumpkin Fest 5K
Saturday, October 17th, 2015 at 4:30 pm
Burns Harbor, IN
Burns Harbor Parks Department announces its second annual Pumpkin 5k Dash. A family fun run for ages 8 and up at Lakeland Park. Join us on a route through our most scenic area in Burns Harbor, starting and finishing through our beautiful park. The run begins in the park and ends with two laps around Harbor Lake. The second lap around the lake, all runners will take a pumpkin and finish the run carrying an 8 inch pumpkin!T-shirts are available for free when you sign up for the race. Tek race shirts are also available for $5 more. Enjoy the fall season at our fall seasonal festival and 5k run this October 17th. Games, Food, Music, Campfire, and MORE!!
Fur and Feathers 5K Family Fun Run
Sunday, October 11th, 2015 at 9:00 am
Glenwood Springs, CO
Support Glenwood Elementary and Sopris Elem by running this fun 5K along beautiful river trails in Glenwood Springs Colorado. Run from Sopris Elem along the trails to Glenwood Elem. Shuttle back to car. No pets please. Families and strollers welcome and encouraged for a fun run/walk. We will be timing this event for those who want to be competitive – and will have prizes.
4th Annual Mine to Mine Challenge 9k
Saturday, October 10th, 2015 at 10:00 am
Cripple Creek, CO
History meets Modern Day in this unique road race from a historic “Old West” Mine to a present day working mine. The City of Cripple Creek will host its Fourth Annual Mine to Mine Challenge race on October 10, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. Enjoy an exciting run down State Highway 67 from the Mollie Kathleen Mine to the Cripple Creek and Victor Mine. The 9k course presents scenery so stunning, the runners may need a reminder to keep breathing! Runners of all levels are encouraged to participate!
Gualala River Run 5K & 10K and 5K Fun Walk
Saturday, October 10th, 2015 at 10:00 am
Voted as one of top five most scenic courses in Northern California. Where the River Meets the Pacific Ocean. The 10K & 5K Runs and 5K Fun Walk follow the Gualala River through majestic redwood forests along out and back courses. 5K course is paved. 10K includes packed gravel roads into forests closed to the public except for this event. All proceeds all events benefit Action Network Family Reource Centers’ youth programs.
3rd Annual Pee Dee Coalition
Saturday, October 10th, 2015 at 9:00 am
Join us for a day of action and awareness in honor of victims and survivors of relationship violence in our community. The Pee Dee Coalition’s 3rd annual Breaking Free 5K/15K walk-run for Domestic Violence Awareness features t-shirts and goodie bags to the first 250 registrants, water stations along the route, postrace refreshments, an awards ceremony and special speakers. Early registration is strongly encouraged. Our goal is to raise awareness of the impact of domestic violence in the Pee Dee and to raise funds to support much needed services for local victims and their families.
Sandia Moutain Shadows Trail Run: 10K, 5K
Monday, September 28th, 2015 at 8:15 am
The 12th Annual Sandia Mountain Shadows Trail Run is a favorite amongst the novice to seasoned trail runners. The run begins at the Piedra Lisa Park just east of Tramway and Menaul and heads into the Sandia Foothill (Open Space) trails and finishes at the Piedra Lisa Park next to the Foothill’s Dam. Overall and Age Group awards will be presented immediately after the event. Register now for this exciting run..
9th Annual 2K/5K/10K Holdenwood Trail Run for Education
Sunday, September 27th, 2015 at 10:00 am
The Annual Holdenwood Trail Run 2K/5K/10K trail run/walk is held on the last Sunday of September every year on the scenic trails of Holdenwood in Shirley, Massachusetts. No need to leave the kids at home – this is a family event. Children are encouraged to participate in the 2K or 5K run/walk. Funds raised through the trail run will support the Ayer-Shirley Educational Foundation in its mission to enhance the educational excellence of our public schools.
2nd Annual Eastchester 5K
Sunday, September 27th, 2015 at 9:00 am
Eastchester’s Annual 5K Race – walk/run at a fun family event that benefits the community.
Tour de Tellico
Saturday, September 26th, 2015 at 7:00 am
Tour de Tellico is a bicycle ride through the beautiful countryside across several counties southwest of Knoxville. Choose according to your ability either the challenging 100 mile Century, the 100 km Metric, a 50 km or 25 km for the week-end rider. Support this charity ride and be part of the 10th Annual Tour de Tellico.
Ragged Mountain Scuttle
Saturday, September 19th, 2015 at 10:00 am
With 20 challenging obstacles along a scenic 5k route, The Ragged Mountain Scuttle is Midcoast Maine’s premier obstacle course race! This challenging course will wind through the Kuller Trail at the Camden Snow Bowl and end with a fun filled family event!
The Inferno 2015
Saturday, September 19th, 2015 at 7:30 am
The Inferno is an extreme obstacle course adventure race, offered in 3 distances so you can choose the challenge that is right for you! We’ve got a 13.1 mile, 30+ obstacle course and a 6 mile, 20+ obstacle course, both featuring a 200m swim. New for 2015 is our 3-4 mile course with 15+ obstacles that will not include a swim. We’ve developed a number of challenging obstacles spread out over a rugged terrain in the scenic backdrop of the Pacific Northwest. You’ll climb hills, haul sandbags, flip tires, climb ropes and walls, traverse monkey bars, and SWIM* your way to the finish line! Come put yourself to the test at The Inferno, designed to push you to you limits!
9th Annual Mary Napolitano Memorial Festival of Races
Sunday, September 6th, 2015 at 9:00 am
Our annual race supports programs and facilities that provide quality health care and services to children. It’s ran by Angels on the Bay, a non-profit children’s charity.
Run of Honor 2015
Sunday, September 6th, 2015 at 8:00 am
The RUN OF HONOR 8K and 1 mile fun run is held to support the public servants of our community and is organized together with the Fraternal Order of Police from Rock City and the Chattanooga Market. This certified scenic course will take you to historic Main St. and around the Chattanooga National Cemetery.