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We're sad that we had to change this race to a Virtual Run - but Ian once said, "Mom, you can make anything fun if you just make a game out of it!" Well let's make a game out of this virtual run! We can't run together, but we can still make it fun! Who is willing to run outside in your favorite or wildest Rocker costume? Or any costume!? Who can find the most interesting location to rock your run? What different kinds of Rock will you be listening to while you run? Are you running with your pet?... in costume? What crazy-fun will you create for this fun Rock the Run? Are you running in memory of someone? Running for a cancer survivor? Running as a cancer survivor? Let us all know! Post your photos, tunes, and comments on our Rock the Run facebook group page and let's get rockin'! You can still run on Saturday, May 9 anywhere you choose, or you can choose to run another day or night. You could run at Unity on any day, but you'll decide your own course and we can't gather there.You can post your time online - or not, it's up to you! Results won't be posted on this race website. You'll still get a race t-shirt and a race medal - in the mail if you give us your valid US address, and we'll still be raising funds for Children's Mercy AYA program for youth cancer patients and survivors. Let's go make it fun!
Due to the current events and uncertain future with the COVID-19 virus, this race has been changed to a VIRTUAL run - but we can still make it fun! Post your comments and pics of you and your run on our Ian's Story 5k Rock the Run Against Testicular Cancer Facebook page! Children's Mercy AYA Program for Adolescent & Young Adult Cancer Patients & Survivors will receive 50% of race proceeds, and 50% will go to Ian's Story Fund for Testicular Cancer Awareness at The Truman Heartland Community Foundation.
Each race registrant will receive a free T-shirt and race medal in the mail if we have your valid US address on your registration.
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