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Early bird registration is now open for next years event. We had a fantastic event this year and want to build on that momentum in 2023. We plan to cap the event at 1,500 people next year so the best way to secure your spot at the lowest price is to just register early!
Join us for a 5K run (3.1 mile) and walk through beautiful Alameda starting at 9:00AM, just before the historic 4th of July Parade. This run benefits the Midway Shelter for Women and Children. We are working closely with the City of Alameda on both the Parade and run so that we can bring a safe and fun experience for both runners and spectators
The race starts at 1420 Park Street in front of Lauren’s Closet and follows the Alameda parade route ending at Haight and Webster. The scenic course is completely closed to traffic as you run past spectators waiting for the parade to start. your run will finish just past the parade judging booth. This year we are going to have access to Haight st (current location of the Tues/Sat farmers market). Stick around and enjoy post race water, Gatorade hydration plenty of snacks and beer donated from our local breweries!
Register before June 15th to receive a T-shirt, and for 2023 ALL runners will receive a custom finisher medal.
For more up to date information, visit our website at: http://www.outfrontendurance.com/alameda-4th-of-july-race.html
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