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Run 3.0 miles
Bike 8 miles
Swim 300 yards
Southeast Family YMCA
Before Aug 19th: $30
After Aug 19th: $35
Youth 12 and Under
Before Aug 19th: $20
After Aug 19th: $25
Family & Team
Before Aug 19th: $20 per person
After Aug 19th: $25 per person
The First 200 registered for the outdoor
triathlon will receive a free t-shirt
Consist of 2 or 3 members, 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards for all male, All female, mixed, and youth 12 or younger
We plan to commemorate the 50th anniversary of this historical event with the inaugural Apollo 11k, 5k and 1k races!
The Apollo 11k mission statement is: “To honor the memory of Apollo 11 and everyone past, present and future involved in space exploration.”
Join us in Madison, AL (just minutes away from the U. S. Space and Rocket Center) on Sunday, September 15, 2019. A portion of the proceeds to benefit the Madison Rotary Club.
What do running, wine and children have in common? The answer, a 5K that will help children get much-needed medical care! The first Church Street Wine Run benefiting the New Hope Children’s Clinic will be Sunday, October 8! Join us for a great event that provides something for everyone-adults running the race and family members coming to cheer them on!
Grant, AL US 35747
This will be a first annual event hosted by the Grant Playground and Recreation Association that will take place at Grant City Park. This event is held in memory of the late Dan Robinson whose love for God and country was known by many throughout our community. Dan was instrumental in the formation of our non-profit organization and laid the groundwork for the development of Kidtopia playground. The proceeds from this event will benefit Kidtopia and help support it’s continued needs.
The 5K Race: This 5K walk/run will begin at Grant City Park, travel through the scenic, mountain town of Grant and pass by New Life Methodist Church. The course is mostly flat with a few slight inclines. Volunteers will be along the route to help guide runners in the right direction. Water stations will be set up every mile and a first aid station at the halfway point. The race will end back at Grant City Park. Rehydration & snacks will be available before and after the races. Medical support will also be available on site during the event.
The Kid’s Color Run: This event will take place at Grant City Park. Kid’s ages 5-12 will have a blast as they run through a mini-course and get showered in technicolor powders of yellow, pink, green, orange, blue and purple.
Sleep-in Option: If you want to support our cause but simply aren’t interested in getting up to race, consider the Sleep-In Option. All sleep in registrants will receive a race t-shirt and enjoy the cozy comforts of your own bed race morning. T-shirts can be collected at our registration table until 1pm the day of the race.
Race Day Schedule:
7:00-8:45AM Race Day Registration
9:00AM 5K Run/Walk
11:00AM 5K Run/Walk Awards Ceremony
12:00PM Kid’s Color Run
There will also be food trucks at the park the day of the race.
When you walk in the Out of the Darkness Walks, you join the effort with hundreds of thousands of people to raise awareness and funds that allow the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) to invest in new research, create educational programs, advocate for public policy, and support survivors of suicide loss.
Thanks to Walkers and Donors like you, AFSP has been able to set a goal to reduce the annual suicide rate 20% by 2025.
Walk Date: 10/13/2019
Walk Location: Ditto Landing – Huntsville, AL
Check-in/Registration Time: 2:30 pm
Walk Begins: 3:30 pm
Walk Ends: 4:30 pm
For more information, please contact:
Contact Name: Kari Kingsley
Contact Phone: 256-335-2566
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Online registration closes at noon (local time) the Friday before the walk. However, anyone who would like to participate can register in person at the walk from the time check-in begins until the walk starts. Registration is free and open to the public. Walk donations are accepted until December 31st.
50k starts at 7AM Saturday, 25k starts at 9AM SundayAll entrants receive a shirt for both races. All 50k/ finishers receive a PINT GLASS finishers award and beer/food. 25k runners will get a finishers pint glass, beer and lite fare.
Come see the beautiful fall colors in the mountains of North Georgia!
20+ miles of untouched single track, 20+ water falls (including the 120 ft Holcomb Creek falls and 80 ft Ammon Falls), 2 summits of Rabun Bald (the 2nd highest point in Ga at over 4,700 ft!), 2 x 360 degree views of mountains in 3 different states, 15 small bridge crossings, a couple of water crossings (one of which is thigh deep), and just more fun and scenic beauty that you could ask for. Oh and did we mention that it’s got over 14,000 ft of elevation change?
This gem of a 50k starts and finishes in Sky Valley, Georgia. Sky Valley is the highest city in Georgia at 3,100 ft. We have also named Sky Valley as the Mountain Running capital of Georgia for its plethora of trails within walking distance from the city. It was home to the Sky Valley Ski Resort which has since closed. This time of year brings the fall colors out that really pop off the reflection of the lakes. If this isn’t the most scenic run you have done then you never picked your head up during the race!
50k Course Highlights:
Summit Rabun Bald twice
Holcomb Creek Falls
Upper Holcomb Creek Falls
Darnell Creek Horse Trail
For both races you have views of the Canyon, waterfalls and two states!!! These views will blow your mind and you will forget you are running.
The 50 miler:
46 miles of trail 4 miles of paved road within the park. We can not reiterate how BEAUTIFUL THIS COURSE IS!!! 12,000 ft of elevation change for the 50 miler.
The 50 miler will start in the dark. You MUST have a head lamp until day breaks this is approx 2-2.5 hrs in the dark. This means you get to see the BEAUTIFUL SUNRISE!
You will run 1 mile on the road to the trail head to thin runners out. You will then jump onto the Backcountry Trail counter clockwise and take this to the Cloudland Connector Trail (CCT). You will use the CCT and other sinlge track trails for the next 35 miles. To many trails to mention, well over 10. This includes tons of trails with in the 5 Points Trail system. These trails are flat to rolling hills with some short climbs. Nothing over 300 ft at once. These trails are not technical by trail standards but there are some rocks and roots. You will come back to the Backcountry Trail. At this point you will continue around the trail going counter clockwise. You will come back to the start and then head out on the last 11 miles of the course will be the hardest/most scenic.
You will run the following trails the last 12 miles: West Rim Trail, Waterfalls Trail, Sitton’s Gulch Trail, oh and a fun powerline cut.
So bring your cameras and be ready for a race like no other. Running in and around the canyon will make you forget you’re in Georgia.
The Heel & Crank Duathlon is a very popular duathlon in Alabama that is put on by the Team Rocket Triathlon Club with all proceeds benefitting ALSA in memory of local triathlete, Darin Kruse. This race is a beginner-friendly event as well as a good sprint for the veterans. This race is not USAT sanctioned as we are trying to reduce costs to beginners and allow recumbent cyclists.