The nonprofit, RRCA-sanctioned St. Charles Runners Club is proud to present the 42nd running of the FLAT FIVE. This unique event includes a 5 mile run and 1 mile fun run/walk.
This year’s course will be an out and back on the Katy Trail to minimize the impact on St. Charles City streets. Racers will head north from the start/finish on the Katy Trail. Course Marshalls will be at all road crossings, at the water stop and at the turn around. A lead and trailing bike will be used to make sure that all participants have safely finished the race.
Downtown Belleville’s oldest 5K with a great post-race party! Includes 1K Youth Run & a Toddler Trot.
Law Day Run proceeds benefit the Land of Lincoln Legal Assistance Foundation, Inc., and other legal aid organizations, who provide low income and senior residents of southern and central Illinois with high quality civil litigation services to obtain and maintain their basic human needs.
Looking to set a PR? Then this race is for you. With timing provided by Chronotrack chip technology, you’ll be competing against yourself, your age group and your gender. Lace up!
This event is for those wanting to push the stroller or just have some casual fun. There is no pressure in this event, just good ‘ol fashioned fun! Nonetheless, even this wave features Chronotrack chip timing.
For years, dogs have been welcome to take part in our recreational wave, and now our furry friends have a race all their own! Sign you and your pooch up for the Macklind Dog Mile and prove who has the fastest four legs in town!
Men who have run a 4:30 mile or faster and women who have run a 5:30 mile or faster within the last year will be eligible. Elite awards will be separate and there will be a $250 bonus for a new course record. Men’s Course Record- 3:55.5, Matt Dorsey in 2017; Women’s Course Record- 4:38.2, Julia Kohnen in 2017.
The Kids’ quarter mile dash, a fan favorite, continues on! The race will begin near the intersection of Winona and Macklind. All finishers will receive a ribbon. We have youth shirt sizes to accommodate all of our younger participants. Note: All youth sizes, including 3T, will be cotton and not tech material. Kids 1/4 Mile will be split into 3 waves for the safety of the younger ones. Waves will be divided 1-3 year olds, 4-5 year olds, and 6-10 year olds; each wave will depart about 2 minutes after the prior one.
The mile is an iconic distance. Unique in its ability to stoke the fire of the most competitive runner, but also in its wide appeal to people of all abilities and experience levels. On Sunday, August 6, participants in Brooklyn’s road mile will run along Kent Avenue through the heart of Williamsburg. The course is fast and exhilarating. Personal bests abound for experienced runners, and a unique opportunity for beginners and back-of-the-packers to experience a unique trip and perspective through Williamsburg’s main artery.
Running the BKLYN MILE is like getting shot out of a cannon and falling into a mosh pit. But in an exhilarating way.
The course is fast but honest. Raw in bursts, urban to the core. But scenic. Street art dots the route, both genuine and commercial. The South Williamsburg start is narrow, forcing eager runners through a keyhole. Hints of North Brooklyn’s past. The Williamsburg Bridge marks the 1/4 mile and casts a quick shadow over those underneath. Adrenaline subsidies and heavy breathing onset is drowned out by the J/M/Z train trekking the span overhead. Then the route widens, and goes quiet, offering you a brief moment of reflection and self-doubt, perhaps?
Grand Street marks halfway as the course leans right and slopes downward. The Kent Avenue gauntlet draws you in like a siren. Curious onlookers, first, then anxious crowds growing larger. At the 3/4 mile mark eager throngs surge, whoop, and ring their bells; strategically positioned to mask the course’s only incline. Modest bump at best. You crest and then charge into a funnel of screaming, blurred faces. Is there room to pass? Din. Gotham’s skyline and the East River State Park are to the west, but you don’t see them. There is only the finish red ahead. You’re aided by a gentle decline in the road across the line. It is a unique city running experience.
This super fun evening event includes a flat, fast run around the dreamy lake to a finish line festival of microbreweries, munchies, and music! Your run begins near the Tremayne Shelter for your choice of 1-2 loops or bring your kiddos and/or pooch for a 1-mile walk or fun jog.
Join family, friends and neighbors this July 4th as we run the Main Street Mile. The Main Street Mile is a family fun run which will take place before the Rexburg 4th of July Parade. Runners will receive a Main Street Mile water bottle and a free 4th of July day pass to Rexburg Rapids with every entry.
The race starts at 9:45 am @ The Southeastern corner of Smith Park with the finish line at the intersection of S 2nd W and W 2nd S (Porter Park and Deseret Book.
Taking place prior to the start of the Somers’ 4th of July parade, this unique event will let you test your speed while you are cheered on by hundreds of parade spectators!
After you run, plan on staying to watch the parade and celebrate the 4th.
Awards will start after the parade at Somers Memorial Park (7511 – 12th Street) in the VFW Pavilion located behind the Village/Town Hall. Cash prizes will be awarded to the overall winner, male and female.
WELCOME TO THE 2023 SHELTON STAMPEDE 4TH OF JULY RUN REGISTRATION PAGE!
Some great news…OUR COURSE IS OFFICIALLY CERTIFIED! The USATF has certified our course and the documents are attached!
We are happy to be back for our 14th Annual Run!
There will be one combined 5k race with gender and age-specific medals (listed below), as well as, a single mile race as well. Reminder: IF YOU ARE A TOP THREE FINISHER, YOU WILL RECEIVE YOUR TROPHY BUT NOT THE AGE GROUP MEDAL. MEANING, YOU WON’T DOUBLE UP ON YOUR PRIZES.
11th Annual Run The Rolling Hills – 5 Mile, 5K & Kids 1 Mile – Trail Run