The Go Girl Run is back in 2013, ready to make a BIG difference and improve the lives of women! Ultramax Sports could not be more thrilled to bring back Columbia\'s only all-women\'s half marathon and 5K Run/Walk event! Plans are underway to make this event even more special than the first. This race was specifically designed to celebrate women, health and fitness, and ultimately support several women-centered charities in the area. Get a group of your girlfriends or even co-workers together and enter the event. The time you spend training, socializing, and eventually racing could be the best time you spend during the year! The Go Girl Run will be a true celebration of friendship and sisterhood! Every detail of this event will be planned with the woman in mind.
Starting at Irvine Park, Chippewa Falls. Century Ride (35, 50, 75, or 100 miles). Rest stops with food and water, sag wagons, and brat feed.
The course, all on blacktop roads, leads through the beautiful farmland of Chippewa County along the Chippewa and Flambeau Rivers, Lakes Wissota and Holcombe, and through the kettle moraine topography of the Chippewa County Forest.
The entry fee includes brats and all the \'fixins\', soda and Leinenkugel\'s beer.
www.chippewavalleyride.us for more information and registration form.
10K Run and 2+ Mile Run/Walk. Early Bird Registration before May 10 guaranteed a goodie bag! Registration $18 by May 10, $20 until race day. Race Day Registration $25. Race day registration & packet pick up is 6:30 to 8:30 AM. Registration also available at Scheels in Mankato. Race Day Registration closes at 8:00 AM. Race start is at 8:30 AM. Course Route is urban in nature and sure to be a challenge. Participants will enjoy the scenic yet challenging Glenwood Ave, then loop through the MSU Campus and back to the start. Water will be provided at the start, 3 mile mark and finish. Awards ceremony at 10:15 AM. Age group awards to top 3 male and female. All participants receive a commemorative T shirt. Beneficiary of this year\'s event is VINE, Faith in Action.
The Electric Run
May 31, 2013
State Fair Grounds, ST. Paul MN
Electric Run is a 5K run/walk at night with
amazing lighting elements and sound spread throughout the course. We are a
nationwide series which is exploding since we launched.
Welcome to the Athletic Republic Run, celebrating our 7th Anniversary run in 2013. With more hills than traditional runs and the beauty of historic Fergus Falls, this half-marathon is a must for runners seeking a more challenging course. A half-marathon relay (with transportation to & from the hand-off), a 5K, 1-Mile and Combo Race (5K & 1-mile) round out the race line-up, ensuring everyone can participate and contribute to the cause of Cancer Care and Research right here, close to home. Check out the \"Run for a Cause Groups\" being organized this year - just contact the group organizer to join!
Join hundreds of survivors and caregivers as they walk to raise funds and awareness for the Lymphoma Research Foundation!
The Lymphomathon is a non-competitive 5K walk where survivors, family, friends, community and corporate teams walk in honor and in memory of those whose lives have been touched by lymphoma. Funds raised by participants will support the Foundation’s mission of eradicating lymphoma and serving those touched by this disease.
USA Triathlon Sanctioned Event. This is the 22nd year of this race.
Swim: Wave starts begin at 7:30 a.m. sharp. The .5K (547 yard) course is an out-and-back swim from Pleasant Creek State Park swimming beach.
Bike: Our challenging 25K (15.5 mile) bike course will take you through Iowa\'s scenic countryside.
Run: The 5K (3.1 mile) run includes several small, rolling hills and is totally within the confines of the park on paved roads.
PICTURE THIS: Running a relay race, that starts in Madison, Wisconsin hopping the state line and ending in Chicago. This running event will push you and 11 pals, day and night, through 200 miles of stunning scenery in the upper Midwest. Starting in Madison, your team will head southeast toward the southern tip of Lake Michigan. The race (and your stamina) will wrap up in the \"Windy City\" – Chicago, Illinois. Mark your running calendars; this race is one you won’t want to miss.
Kick off your heels and loafers and grab your running shoes! The Waterloo Community Playhouse/Black Hawk Children’s Theatre will host the Spotlight Run 5K: Workin’ 9 to 5, its third annual, family-friendly run/walk, on Saturday, June 8, at 7:30am, in downtown Waterloo. The race will start at the corner of Mullan Avenue and Commercial Street. The theme of the fundraiser ties into the Playhouse’s summer show, “9 to 5: The Musical,” based on the 1980 Dolly Parton fan-favorite film “9 to 5.”
The run/walk is open to all ages with awards given for overall fastest male and female; largest team/group; and the top three runners in these age groups: 11 and under, 12-18, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, and 60+. Awards will also be given for best
“9 to 5”-themed costumes.
Cost is $25 for pre-registration and $30 for race day registration, and includes a T-shirt while supplies last. Participants may pre-register online at www.wcpbhct.org. Race packets may be picked up on Friday, June 7, 11am to 7pm at the Walker Building, 224 Commercial Street, in Waterloo. Race day registration and packet-pickup begin at 6:30am also at the Walker Building.
Join us for the twelfth annual Sour Grapes Races held in the beautiful 540 acre Northland Arboretum. The course is challenging, but beautiful. Your hard work will be rewarded with a T-shirt, finisher token and a delicious meal. Our unique setting makes this a family favorite. All proceeds are donated to the Northland Arboretum.
Race includes a half marathon, 10K run or walk, Kids 1 M and Kids 1/2 M.
The race will be chip timed and there will be race day registration.
Is it the lure of the beautiful Northwood\'s setting or the \"Minnesota Friendly\" attitude that sets our race apart from others? Decide for yourself as you plan to attend our twelfth annual race in the 540 acres of Green Space at the Brainerd Arboretum. The half marathon course and 10K run/walk course covers the beautiful, but challenging, terrain of wooded trails. The proceeds from the event will be donated to the Northland Arboretum, a non-profit organization.
All participants will be given a t-shirt, a finisher token, and will be treated to a delicious meal and prizes at the awards ceremony. Bring the family and join in on the fun, food and camaraderie of a great bunch of running
Each year our number of runners/walkers grow as well as our donations. Thanks for making this a great event!!