The Midway Chamber of Commerce's Shirt Off My Back 5K benefiting Goodwill kicks off the 2nd Annual Open Streets St. Paul event on Sunday, September 21. Goodwill provides the bins for you to drop your duds while running on famous University Avenue alongside the new Green Line in St. Paul. Our goal is to collect 400 pounds of clothing. So join us and give the 'Shirt Off YOUR Back' for a worthy cause. Following the race there is a community pancake breakfast at the Daily Diner to help kick off the start of Open Streets St. Paul.
PRE-REGISTERED PARTICIPANTS: Please pick up your packets on the corner of Marion and University Avenue by 7:45 on race day.
RACE DAY REGISTRATION: Registration will be open from 7-7:45am at Sunrise Banks-University Avenue location. NO registration after 7:45am. T-shirts are not guaranteed to runners who register after September 5
RACES and RAFFLE: Following 5K
AWARDS: Awards will be announced following the race at the finish line. This is an official 5K.
REFRESHMENTS: Water will be available following the race.
STROLLERS AND DOGS ON LEASHES ALLOWED.
QUESTIONS/COMMENTS: Contact Sarah Seeger at 651.646.2636.
The Biggest Loser RunWalk Racine Half Marathon/5K/Kids 1 Mile Fun Run
A race for all fitness levels, whether you are ready to set a personal record or this is your first race, come join us at The Biggest Loser RunWalk!
Each registered participant and finisher will receive the following:
â€¢ The Biggest Loser Finisher's Medal
â€¢ Commemorative Technical T-Shirt
â€¢ Drawstring Backpack
â€¢ Chip-Timed Race for Runners and Those Tracking Personal Goals
â€¢ Free Downloadable Race Photos
â€¢ Award Divisions for Runners and Walkers
â€¢ Celebrity appearances by former contestants from "The Biggest Loser"
â€¢ Hydration Stations with Water/Sports Drinks Along the Course
and Food at the Finish Line
â€¢ Finish Line Festival Entertainment by Billboard Chart Topping Artist &
Former Biggest Loser Season 5 Contestant, Dan Evans
â€¢ Last but not Least, a Truly Inspirational and Unforgettable Experience
William O'Brien 10-Miler - Postponed until Sept 21 because of flooding in the St. Croix Valley
Marine on St. Croix, MN
William O'Brien 10-Mile Trail Run,
The 3rd Annual Papillion Extreme 5K will start and finish will be at Sumtur Amphitheater in Walnut Creek Lake & Recreation Area. This race will feature 12 or more obstacles with challenges such as the Sand Bag Carry, Lake Crossing, Mud Mayhem and more. The finish will feature a Slip & Slide into a muddy pit.
Extreme 5K Race will be a timed race event and all participants will be required to complete/attempt all obstacles on the course. Each starting time will be limited to 200 racers each. Starting times: 1:00pm, 1:20pm, 1:40pm, later time slots of 2:00, 2:20 and 2:40 will be opened as needed.
The Grand Traverse is a day on the Superior Hiking Trail in the Duluth, Minnesota area. Four challenging, yet beautiful distances to choose from. Each distance is point to point with shuttle service and rest stops provided. All distances start and finish at the Fitger's Complex in Duluth, Minnesota.
Tie on your tennis shoes and team up with the Early Childhood Parent Advisory Council to support the Second Annual Arbor Dash 5k Fun Run/Walk and 1k Kids race! The Arbor Dash races will be held at the Maple Grove Arboretum Park, 9400 Fernbrook Lane Maple Grove, MN 55369. The 5k race will be chip timed by Apple Raceberry JaM.
The 5k Run/Walk will begin at 9:30am CT.
The 1k Kids Run will begin at 9:00am CT.
Online registration ends September 25, 2014 at 11:59pm CT. Registration Deadline to receive a discounted race fee and an event T-Shirt is September 18, 2014. After September 18 the race fees increase. Race day registrations will be accepted.
Packet Pick-up will be held Friday September 26th from 5:30pm-7:30pm at Daily Dose Café and Espresso, 15517 Grove Circle N, Maple Grove MN 55369 and Saturday September 27th from 7:30am-8:30am at the race site (Maple Grove Arboretum Park).
In addition to the races DEAN-O-MITE Entertainment will be spinning tunes and getting the little ones moving and grooving. There will also be post-race refreshments and awards. All 1K runners will receive a prize. In the 5K, the top three finishers overall and top three men and women in each age group will be honored.
Same day registration is not guaranteed a t-shirt.
The race course is primarily flat and begins in LaMotte Park in Centerville, MN and winds through the Anoka County Trails around beautiful Centerville Lake. This is a great race for all, but especially those training for the Twin Cities or Chicago Marathons. This is a fundraiser for Centennial High School Baseball program. And did I mention, there will be an awesome dri-fit type t-shirt.
10K Map Route http://www.mappedometer.com/?maproute=269302
5K Map Route http://www.mappedometer.com/?maproute=269306
The Langskip 5K Run is open to the public and is part of Viking Days weekend activities at Augustana College. Langskip ("lahn-sheep") is Norwegian for Viking ship. Your registration proceeds benefit the Augustana Fund and Special Olympics South Dakota.
The Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. The Twin Cities Walk to End Alzheimer’s unites the entire community — family, friends, co-workers, social and religious groups and more --- in a display of combined strength and dedication in the fight against this devastating disease. Take the first step to a world without Alzheimer’s,. join the fight against Alzheimer's disease. The end of Alzheimer's starts with us.
Do I have to register in order to Walk?
Yes, we want to know you’re walking with us and need every walker to sign a standard waiver through their official registration. There is no registration fee for Walk. However, we ask every walker to make a personal donation and commit to raising funds in the fight against Alzheimer’s.
Every registered participant will receive a T-shirt after achieving the fundraising minimum of $100. Unless otherwise communicated, T-shirts will be available for pick up on Walk day.
Are strollers allowed?
We do allow strollers, but for everyone’s safety, we discourage skateboards, bicycles, inline skates and wheelie footwear.
May I bring my dog with me on walk day?
While we enjoy pets, dogs are not allowed in Target Field or along the walk route.
What happens if it rains?
Walk is a rain or shine event. However, in the case of severe weather, we will cancel. If this is the case, we will update our Walk homepage on or before the morning of the event.
All funds raised through Walk to End Alzheimer's further the care, support and research efforts of the Alzheimer's Association. The Alzheimer's Association is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization. All donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
KC’s tastiest event on two wheels. It is a “tour” – not a race – where riders choose between routes of 15, 35, and 62 miles. What makes the event unique is that the rest stops for each route are some of Kansas City’s most famous barbeque restaurants where riders are provided a sample of that restaurant’s offering. After cyclists complete their route, they’re greeted with Boulevard Beer, more barbeque and a free concert.
5K run/walk and 10K run starts at 9 a.m. Awards 10:30 a.m. All proceeds go towards the development and improvement of our energy education. The 5K run or walk is entirely on the trails her at the center. The 10K run starts out on our trails then proceeds around Grindstone Lake. Registration is required. Pre-registration $20 run & lunch $27. Day of registration is $30 run & lunch $37 Online Registration is available on our website at audubon-center.org
Each year, the Secure360 Conference (put on by UMSA) hosts a 5k/10k event with proceeds supporting a local charity. This year, Secure360 supports ECHO, a leader in multi-language health, safety, civic engagement and emergency readiness communication. ECHO bridges the gap for immigrants and refugees in Minnesota.
Participants of the Maple Leaf Walk Run will have a unique experience- running on the famous Oktoberfest Parade Route just hours before it is full of marching bands, floats and the Oktoberfest Royal Family.
Enjoy 13.1 scenic miles of the Mississippi River, majestic bluffs and the support of spectators along the parade route. The course is flat and fast, easy to set a personal best on. The finish is in Riverside Park, overlooking the Mississippi River.
The 5 Mile and 5K courses also follow the Parade Route, following an out-and-back on Copeland Ave.