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30 Mar - 30 Apr 2019
5th Annual RUN3rd 5k
Join us for the the 5th Annual RUN3rd 5k Run/Walk at Red Mountain High School in Mesa, Arizona on March 30th. The race starts and finishes on the track, inside the Red Mountain HS Football Stadium. The course is a flat and fast loop around the surrounding Mesa Public Schools property. We're planning a race day expo with several local vendors for our post race party/awards ceremony (age group and overall). There will be RUN3rd race shirts and medals guaranteed for all participants who pre-register online! For those unable to make it to the race, who would still like to join in the fun, we also have a Virtual 5K option! We'll ship your race shirt and medal out within one month after the event. What is RUN3rd? RUN3rd is a global movement sharing dedications made on behalf of people's loved ones, causes and ideas. It was started by actor, activist and avid long distance runner Sean Astin in January 2012, and has grown to encompass thousands of runners, walkers and others around the globe who have taken its meaning and mission into their hearts. Proceeds from our event will benefit RUN3rd Alliance - a 501(c)3 nonprofit. RUN3rd Alliance strives to empower youth through after-school running programs that champion students to discover their grit, build meaningful relationships, and inspire healthy communities. . To find out more about RUN3rd, visit the RUN3rd website or the RUN3rd 5k website. Registration Fees: $25 through August 31st, 2018 $30 through December 31st, 2018 $35 through January 31st, 2019 $40 through February 28th, 2019 $45 through March 29th, 2019 $50 Registration race morning Fees for Virtual 5K participants within the US are the same price Fees for International Virtual 5K participants are $15 higher to cover shipping costs Students 17 and under receive a $10 discount on registration fees Event details and scheduleEvent Schedule: Friday, March 29th, 2019 3pm – 6:30pm – Packet pick-up at Cadence Run Co. Saturday, March 30th, 2019 6:30am – Day-of Registration and Check-in Begins 8am – Start of the #Run3rd 5k Run/Walk Awards presentation to begin approximately around 9am 7am-10am – Local vendors and race expo open on-site There is plenty of parking at Red Mountain High School. Sadly, no dogs are permitted at the event due to Mesa Public Schools policy. April 30th, 2019 Virtual 5k ends and all medals/shirts should be received. Note: We gave a buffer of one month - we are typically able to get a vast majority of virtual 5k packages shipped out the week following the event.
30 March 2019
PrayFit 5K & 1-Mile Walk-N-Roll 2019
REGISTRATION ON-SITE REGISTRATION IS FROM 4-7PM Friday, March 29th, 2019 and begins at 6:00am Saturday, March 30th, 2019. The PrayFit 5K & 1-Mile Walk-N-Roll will be hosted by Calvary Community Church in Westlake Village. 100% of the proceeds of The PrayFit 5K will go to benefit kids and families affected by disability. The registration comes with finisher medals, t-shirts and age group awards for the 5K. The 5K is chipped timed. The 1-Mile Walk-N-Roll and Kids Dash are not timed.Event details and scheduleOVERVIEW The PrayFit 5k & 1 Mile Walk-N-Roll is a premiere event with all participants receiving a finisher's medal and race t-shirts. All proceeds will benefit kids affected by disability. The event welcomes runners, joggers, walkers, and wheelchair athletes. The 5K is on a certified USATF course with official chipped timing. The 1-mile and kid's race is set up for a fun-run without official results. Please arrive early to avoid traffic and to give yourself time to park and pick-up your packet. For your convenience, early packet pick-up is at Calvary Community Church Friday March 29th, 2019 from 4pm to 7pm. Timeline for Athletes: 6:00 am- Registration Opens 7:15 am- Kids Dash Start 7:30 am- 5K Start 9:30 am- 1-Mile Start 9:35 am- 5K Awards *schedule subject to change(Stay late to cheer on other athletes and enjoy post-race activities.) Event details Where do the proceeds for the PrayFit 5K and 1-Mile Walk-N-Roll go? 100% of the proceeds will benefit kids affected by disability from the Conejo Valley at Calvary Community Church. When & Where do I get my race packet and bib? Packet pick-up will be on Friday, March 29th, 2019 from 4pm-7pm at Calvary Community Church, Westlake Village, CA 91362 Note: You will be able to pick up your race packet and bib on the morning of the event starting at 6am at Calvary, however, please consider registering early at Friday’s pre-race packet pick-up opportunity. Can I pick up someone else's packet or bib? No, you must show ID and sign your own waiver. When should I arrive? Please arrive at least 1 hour before your event to give yourself time to park, get settled and make your way to the start. Is my race timed? Only the 5K is timed with official results. What is Chip Timing? Your Timing Device for this event is a disposable ChronoTrack B-Tag which is affixed to the back of your bib number. In order to receive an accurate time, please make sure your bib is clearly visible on the front of the torso, unaltered and unmodified, pinned in all four corners and not covered by jackets, runner belts, water bottles, etc. Please do not fold or wrinkle. Spectrum Sports will be timing this event. Is there a time limit for the race? Yes: Kid's race has a 10-minute time limit. 5K race has a 1-hour and 10-min time limit. 1-mile has a 45-minute time limit. Is there a place to leave warm-up gear and keys? Yes, there will be a protected area to leave your belongings. Where can I use the restroom? We will have restrooms on-site for participants. What happens if it rains? The race will go on rain or shine. However, if there is severe weather or dangerous conditions that threaten participants, guests, or volunteers, we reserve the right to cancel the race without refunds to ensure your safety. Can I bring my pet? Due to the size and nature of the event, pets (with the exception of service animals) are not allowed. Is there a post-race party? Yes. Post-race festivities are from 8:30am to 10:30am on the main lawn, so please bring your entire family and enjoy. How can I find my race results? The race results will be automatically emailed to your registered email as soon as they are available. Are headphones Allowed? The use of personal music devices is strongly discouraged at this race. How does the VIRTUAL race work? The virtual participants are as close to the action as possible. By signing up, you get assigned a bib number and you're automatically sent your medal and t-shirt to arrive the day of the race. It's not mandatory, but if you would post a pic of you and your medal following your run or walk, we would be so grateful. Use hashtag #PrayFit5K. NOTE: THERE ARE NO REFUNDS or TRANSFERS OF BIBS TO OTHER ATHLETES.
30 March 2019
10th Annual Tour de RACHA
WHY THE TOUR DE RACHA MATTERS? Each year thousands of children in our country suffer and even die from abuse or neglect. These children are also in your own neighborhood. Child Abuse claims more victims than any disease. They experience physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, emotional abuse, bullying, human trafficking, domestic violence, which in many cases go unreported. WE FIGHT FOR THESE CHILDREN! WILL YOU JOIN THE FIGHT? Your support by riding individually, organizing a group or donating can help these children. Join our movement to “End Child Abuse Now”, by supporting Family Ties, Children’s Crisis Center. Let’s all stand together and show Child Victims that they are not alone. Let’s give them a place they can turn to for help and let’s help their families provide a safe environment for them to flourish. Family Ties, Children’s Crisis Center is established to address child abuse issues, family violence, sexual assault and other children’s crisis issues. These services are paramount in helping child victims and their families heal in a supportive environment. In addition to providing free services for children victims and their families, primary prevention and intervention services are provided as well. Working collaboratively with local schools, churches and community organizations; Family Ties is able to provided crisis services in Waller, Austin and Harris County. Please support our efforts by joining us in May for the Tour de RACHA our 10th Annual “Ride Against CHild Abuse.” There is no better and more important cause than Children, our future. Join in “Bringing Children’s Safety to the Forefront”Event details and schedule10th Annual Tour de RACHA When and Where? Staurday, March 30, 2019Start Time 7:30 AMPacket Pick-Up and On-Site Registration begin at 6:00 AM (the day of the ride) Waller Jr. High School Track Parking Area Field Store Road, Waller TX 77484 (2000 Daugherty St. Waller, TX 77484) Ride Distances: 62 Miles 48 Miles 26 Miles Mostly flatt terrain with some rolling hills 4 Rest Stops with snacks and drinks Sag support will be avaiable, as well as Police assistance Register Now!!! On www.active.com For more information call at: 936-931-2299 To learn more about Family Ties, Family Resource Services like us on Facebook! You can also follow us on Instagram @familytiesfrs and on Twitter @FamilyTiesFRS #TourdeRACHA2019 For a chance to win prizes at the end of this event, share and tag us in your posts on social media! Thank you for your Support!
30 March 2019
Love chocolate? This run is for you! The Chocoholic Frolic 5K/10K is coming to Iowa City, IA. It's fun for all! Are you competitive? The 5K and 10K are chip timed and you will be rewarded with chocolate at the finish line. Just want to take your sweet time? Run, jog, or walk your way through these courses and enjoy a chocolate stop. All 5K/10K and virtual participants will receive a 1/4 zip jacket; finisher medal, custom chocolate bar, and chocolate goodies at the end. Event details and schedulePacket Pick Up Friday, March 30 4pm-7pm Location TBD Race Day 8:00am - 9:00am Registration/packet pick up 8:45am KidsK start 9:00am 5K & 10K start This is a rain or shine event. No refunds or tranfers.
30 March 2019
Mission Possible 5K and Fun Run
THIS IS THE RESCHEDULED DATE! (THE RACE IS POSTPONED FROM 12/8) Please join us for the 1st annual Mission Possible 5K Run/walk and 1K fun run at Etowah River Park on March 30, 2019. The race benefits critical mission efforts for Life Ministries in Guatemala, an organization that builds lives for poverty-stricken families by providing food, shelter, ministry, and youth education. Donations of small toiletry items (soaps, deodorants, toothbrushes, etc.) welcomed.Event details and schedule1k Fun Run starts at 8am / 5K starts at 830am. Registration is $15 for 1k; 5k is $25 until 3/14, then $30 until race day. T-shirt’s are guaranteed for pre-registered participants, same day registrations will be provided as supplies last. Live music and vendor booths after the race so you don’t want to miss the fun! WANT TO SUPPORT THE CAUSE BUT NOT BREAK A SWEAT?.... Sign up as a Phantom Runner! Phantom runners will get the same great race shirt - mailed right to your door! PACKET PICKUP OPTIONS 1. Friday 3/29 at Big Peach Running co. in Kennesaw, from 4-8pm. Pick up your race number and shirt, and save time on race morning! (plus 2. Race morning 3/30 in the bandstand at Etowah River Park, beginning at 7am
30 March 2019
Tour de Lowcountry
This is the Fourth year of the Tour de Lowcountry and the 44th year of the Rice Festival. We will leave Walterboro and ride through lowcountry passing rice fields and plantations such as White Hall Plantation , Bluff Plantation, and Cherokee Plantation with stops along the way with food and drinks. You will travel the lowcountry roads on your back to the same location where we started. 2019 ride will follow the same route but in reverse.The 32 mile ride will turn around at Hudson Mill stop and go back to Walterboro. We will have Ride Metals, Tee Shirts and food at the conclusion of a fun ride . So come enjoy a great day of fun, riding and fellowship. For more information go to www.ricefestival.org or call us at 843-893-7058Event details and scheduleSaturday March 30,2019 Registration starts at 7:00 am, Course info will be on our website.We have plenty of parking. The waiver must be signed before you ride. It is warm in April so dress according.Helmets required.
30 March 2019
Whitney's Race is not just Whitney's race. It is a race against time for those yet to be afflicted with pancreatic cancer, the most deadly cancer. It is Time To Cure™ pancreatic cancer. Whitney's Time To Cure™ has passed. Whitney Marsh perished at age 41, November 1, 2018, ten months after diagnosis with pancreatic cancer. Five-year survival from pancreatic cancer stands at 5-7% showing little to no improvement in survival in the past 50 years despite vast medical advances across almost all other cancers. Researchers estimate Pancreatic cancer will be the number one cancer killer by 2030. Diagnosis is often late begetting the need for local medical practitioner education as well as research for improved diagnostic testing and imaging. Once a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer has been made treatment usually involves chemotherapy with or without radiation therapy followed by curative intent surgery followed by more chemotherapy. Whitney was scheduled for surgery, but the day before surgery a CT scan showed cancer had spread. She died within 4 months of the CT scan while re-starting chemotherapy and running 8-10 miles or biking 30-40 miles per day. Even the super-healthy are no match. Better pre-operative treatment options are the future. Whitney’s Race will fund the Whitney Marsh Foundation Inc for local education and national research for Pancreatic Cancer. Approximately 30% of the funds will be apportioned locally and the remainder with well respected national cancer research institutes such as MD Anderson. Whitney’s Race is a race against time. It is Time To Cure™ pancreatic cancer. Whitney's Race day at Fort Chaffee will be a great day of running, racing, eating, and music. Race for your best time and afterward hang out for a great time. Bring yourself and friends to race. It is a day for family and friends who run or not. If you don't want to race come anyway. If you don't run consider a donation anytime.Event details and schedulePacket pick-up TBA. The 5k and 10k races will start at 3:00pm March 30th, 2019. The course will close at 5:00pm.. After the finish, there will be food trucks and beer (for those with ID's). The after-race festivities will last until it is time to go home. It might be reasonable to bring some street clothes too or perhaps a coat.
30 March 2019
HEB Pet & Owner Fun Run
Each year the annual Paws in the Park event, presented by VCA Westside Animal Hospital, kicks off with the HEB Plus! Pet and Owner Fun Run. Register today to compete in the 1K/3K/5K races! You have the option to run with or without your 4-legged friend. Refund Policy Sorry, no refunds.Event details and scheduleEvent Details Date: Saturday, March 30, 2019 Location: The Sports Complex at Shadow Creek Ranch, 13050 Shadow Creek Parkway, Pearland, Texas 77584 Parking: Free onsite parking available. Check in: 6 a.m. Races begin @ 8 a.m. Race hospitality: 8 a.m. - 10 a.m. Awards presentation immediately following the 5k race at 9 a.m. After the race stick around and enjoy Paws in the Park from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., presented by VCA Westside Animal Hospital. The family and pet friendly event will feature pet exhibitors, National Dock Diving Competition, Houston Disc Dogs, Doggy Demos, entertainment, and more! Awards First place awards will be given in the following categories: 1K - Child w/ pet, 1K - Child w/out pet 3K - Child w/ pet, 3K - Child w/out pet, 3K - Adult w/pet, 3K Adult w/out pet 5K - Child w/ pet, 5K- Child w/out pet, 5K - Adult w/ pet, 5K Adult w/out pet Child - 14yrs & under, Adult - 15yrs and older Chip Timing All races will be chip timed. More information to follow closer to race day! Volunteers If you are interested volunteering, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Sponsors If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact us at email@example.com