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The fifth annual Dog Jog and 5k Run will be held on Saturday, April 4, 2020 at the Historic Huntsville Depot or the Dog Jog Depot, as we like to call it for the day! This event will be for the avid runner but also for the entire family and that includes furry four legged ones. Not only can you participate in the 5K and visit with local vendors but you will support educational initiatives in the community and give back to local animal groups all in one day. The EarlyWorks Family of Museums is a 501C3 Charitable Non-Profit.
Online Registration ends Wednesday,April 1st at 5PM.
Packet-Pick up and day of registration will be Friday, April 3rd from 10:00AM-7PM at EarlyWorks Children’s Museum.
Day of Registration and packet pick up will be at the race from 7-7:45am.
5k starts at 8am and Dog Jog (1 mile) starts at 9:15am
5K – $25.00 (Late Registration-$30)
Fun Run (1 mile)- $15 (Late Registration-$20)
5K and Fun Run- $35.00 (Late Registration-$45)
REGISTRATION OPENING SOON!
The Mustang MudRun 5K, presented by Madison Academy, is a premiere Mud Run offered in North Alabama. The 5K (3.1 miles) obstacle course situated on the beautiful campus of Madison Academy in Madison, Alabama will challenge participants with 15-20 obstacles along and through Indian Creek and the adjacent wooded areas on campus. This family-friendly fun mud run is open to anyone over the age of 12. Runners can expect to slip, slide, climb, jump, slog and swing their way to a fun finish where refreshments and music are waiting.
The Lil’ Muddy 1K obstacle run is for all of the awesome future mud runners aged 6-11. Lil’ Muddy racers will have a fun filled course with challenging obstacles and plenty of MUD! A parent/guardian can race in both the 5K and 1K with the 5K entrance fee or just the 1K at the reduced fun run rate.
We will be running multiple heats including one for elite racers and an open heat for racers ages 12 and up. Runners will be responsible for their own time tracking. The objective is to have fun and complete the run, not to finish first. Grab a team and step outside of your box!
FREE T-SHIRT for all registrations and medals for everyone who crosses the finish line!
Event Schedule: 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Please bring a valid state-issued ID
On-site Parking: $5.00 (please bring cash, there will be no off-site parking this year)
Bag Check-in: Will be available at no charge
Packet Pickup before Event: TBD
Packet Pickup day of Event: Available at check-in desk
We inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running.
We envision a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.
We are currently seeking partners for the 2019 season! Join us as we aim to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident.
These girls may not understand it now, or even think about it in the future, but they have each taught me something about every single one of the lessons we have discussed; about teamwork, about real beauty, about friendship, about positivity, about compassion, about physically and mentally healthy behaviors, and yes, about gratitude.
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Team Rocket Tri Club has partnered with the U.S. Space and Rocket Center to produce a reverse order Off Road Triathlon to showcase the property surrounding the USSRC and The Huntsville Botanical Garden. Huntsville’s growing need for a family friendly mountain bike/running trail located near UAH and close to town, makes this a perfect venue. This annual event will provide charitable funds for the U.S. Space and Rocket Center Space Camp Scholarship Fund.
As a reverse order Sprint Distance Triathlon, this fun race begins with a 3.1 mile run that is on a mix of dirt, gravel and pavement surfaces. Racers will transition to an 8 mile mountain bike course that slips through a wide variety of hardwoods, cedar and pine groves. You will get to see numerous airplanes, rockets and space equipment as you wind though a course that looks flat but will fool you with climbs and twists, creek crossings and jumps. Finally racers will be able to cool off with a 200 meter swim in the Aviation Challege swim area. Never deeper than 4 feet, tired swimmers have the ability to stand up and catch their breath if needed. This swim venue is considered beginner friendly. Awards will follow the race in the shade of the covered pavilion, affectionally known as the Bubble at the USSRC.
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This is a great race for your 1st open water swim!
Located at 4701 Slalom Run in Owens Cross Roads, AL, the Racing Rivals Triathlon is a sprint distance tri that raises funds for college scholarships. The event is hosted by the Huntsville-area alumni chapters of Auburn University, Mississippi State University and the University of Alabama. The funds raised by this event will be split by the chapters based on the affiliation designated by each race participant during registration. In addition to the exciting individual competition, there will be a “rivalry” competition between the fans of each school and the winning chapter will the awarded a grand trophy and bragging rights for the next year. This will be an exciting competitive atmosphere with the thrill of the race and the anticipation of being on the eve of football season! The race will originate from Clearwater Lake in Owens Cross Roads, a beautiful private lake nestled in the valley just east of Green Mountain. The lake was designed and is used primarily for competitive water skiing. The very clear water and relatively shallow depths allow for excellent conditions for the swim portion of the competition.
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Welcome to the 40th Huntsville Sprint Triathlon!
In 2020, we are proud to be supporting the TIME TO TRI initiative, an unprecedented industry-wide plan to grow the sport of triathlon in the United States by helping and inspiring beginners to complete their first race. With the end of 2020 as a goal of introducing 100,000 new participants to the sport, Time to Tri provides training and racing advice, motivational tools and other resources at its online hub, mytimetotri.com.
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The Rocketman Triathlon is a USAT Sanctioned Olympic Distance Triathlon put on by Team Rocket Tri-Club. 2016 marks the 23rd year for the Rocketman Triathlon.
Proceeds from the Rocketman Triathlon are donated to the Madison County Special Olympics & Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation.
In addition to the triathlon, Rocketman has an Aquabike (Swim/Bike) and Cyclorun (Bike/Run) Category.
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The Swim Hobbs Island open water swim through the Tennessee River hosted by the Team Rocket Triathlon Club (TRTC) will be held on Sunday, September 20, 2020. The 5-mile swim will begin at 8:30 am, and the 1- and 2-mile swim will begin approximately 15 later in waves.
Ditto Landing, On the Tennessee River, Just South of Huntsville, AL. Address is 293 Ditto Landing Road Southeast. (http://dittolanding.org/)
The 5 mile swim will begin at 08:30 a.m.
The 1 and 2 mile swims will begin approximately 15 minutes later in waves.
“Racin’ the Station” Duathlon is a Run/Bike/Run event where the participants will “race” the International Space Station (ISS) as it completes one Earth orbit. The ISS completes an orbit every 91 minutes 12 seconds. We will track the starting location of the ISS at the race start time and see who “beats” the space station by completing the event by the 91 minute 12 second mark.
The event will be held Saturday, September 26, 2020 at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), which is on Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama. The race will begin at 8:15 am (opening ceremony at 7:50am)
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The 7 Bridges Marathon will begin in Coolidge Park on the North Shore of Chattanooga. Crossing the Market Street Bridge, the race will lead runners on a scenic tour of downtown Chattanooga’s bridges and riverside neighborhoods.
The half marathon course (13.1 miles) will accompany the full marathon (26.2 miles) over three bridges, splitting off at the Chattanooga Food Bank on the Tennessee Riverwalk. While the half will return over the Walnut Street Bridge and finish in Coolidge Park, the full marathon will continue over three more bridges (the C.B. Robinson, Thrasher, and Riverpark Bridges, respectively) before returning downtown to cross Walnut for the Coolidge Park finish. Come on and race!