Fri October 9 - Sat October 10, 2020 Lakeland, FL US 33803 Directions
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4 Race Series - 5k, 1-mile, 2-mile, 5k

$55 $45 10/09 - 10/10 6:30PM EDT - 8:00PM EDT Registration ends October 8, 2020 at 11:59pm EDT

Friday 5k

$15 10/09 6:30PM EDT - 8:00PM EDT Registration ends October 8, 2020 at 11:59pm EDT

Saturday 1-mile

$15 10/10 7:15AM EDT - 8:00AM EDT Registration ends October 9, 2020 at 11:59pm EDT

Saturday 2-mile

$15 10/10 8:30AM EDT - 9:30AM EDT Registration ends October 9, 2020 at 11:59pm EDT

Saturday 5k

$15 10/10 6:00PM EDT - 9:30PM EDT Registration ends October 9, 2020 at 11:59pm EDT

Volunteer

$0 10/09 - 10/10 6:00PM EDT - 9:30PM EDT Registration ends September 10, 2020 at 11:59pm EDT
Place
Lake Hollingsworth
929 Lake Hollingsworth Dr
Lakeland, FL US 33803
Description

Conquer four races in 24 hours! All races will be chip timed. Cumulative results from the four races are used to determine official results.  All courses are on pavement or sidewalk and are generally flat. The two-mile course does reward participants with a tough little hill near the finish. The first 5k is around Lake Hollingsworth. The one-mile race is around Lake Morton. The two-mile race is around Lake Hunter. The final 5k repeats the course around Lake Hollingsworth. Can you run the Saturday 5K faster than you did the Friday 5K?

There is a post-race celebration and awards ceremony at Lake Mirror Center, 121 S Lake Ave, Lakeland, FL 33801.  Doors to the celebration open at 8:15 PM.

The Aching Quad Four Race Challenge was established in 2006.

Restrictions - Safety is our first priority!

For everyone’s safety –  NO bicycles, roller skates, in-line skates, and dogs will be allowed on the course.  The use of headphones is discouraged. Strollers need to stay at the back of the race.

Walker Friendly Events
Our mission is to promote running, walking, and general fitness in group settings. Walkers are encouraged to participate in all races.

Children Under 12 (runners OR walkers)
For their safety, children under 12 are strongly discouraged from lining up with the elite runners at the start line.

Managing Your Registration

To provide the safest races of the highest integrity, the Lakeland Runners Club offers race number transfers.

There are no refunds for this race. If you can't make the race, please initiate a registration transfer instead of just giving your bib to someone else. Giving someone a bib registered in your name creates inaccurate race results and can prevent registered and deserving individuals from being properly recognized in their age group, and creates a risk in the case of emergency when EMS is not able to identify the person by their race number.

You may transfer your registration to another runner (officially give it to someone else) under Manage Your Registration within a specific date range. The LRC is not responsible for identifying individuals for the exchange.

It's fun to have friends or family join you in an event - please remember everyone needs to Pay to Play.  Participants without bibs are called bandits and in case of an emergency, unregistered runners may not be able to be identified. Bandits take resources designated for those who have trained, paid the entry fee, and earned the right to participate:i.e. parking spaces, port-o-johns, space on the course, medals and finish line amenities. Everyone around you at a race should have a race number (bib).

Cancellation and Weather Advisory

The safety of our participants is our highest priority. The LRC works closely with local city officials to plan and stay up-to-date.

Races will be held rain or shine and will not be canceled except for cases of severe weather or unsafe road/trail conditions. Less threatening conditions may cause alterations of the course or post-event activities to ensure participant, volunteer, and community safety. 

Heat Advisory
This event is held in a month with warm weather and high humidity, stay well hydrated prior to the race by alternating water and electrolyte-based hydration options. Choose light clothing for your race, and ensure any headwear is breathable and allows heat to escape. If you are not heat-acclimated or are prone to heat illness, be conservative with your pace as to not overextend yourself. This may not be the event to attempt your personal best. Slow down at any signs of heat illness, including dizziness, light-headedness or nausea. 

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR YOUTH PARTICIPANTS FROM THE RRCA

Running in a kid’s fun run or youth track event can be a great experience for kids. For children 5 and under focus on “dash” events that range from a few yards to 400 meters. For children 5 and over, kids fun runs that are a ½ to 1 mile long may be considered, but allow for a combination of running and walking. Children ages 12 and over may want to participate in a 5K run. Children ages 15 and older may want to participate in a 10K to half marathon event. Children 18 and older may want to participate in a marathon or further distance. These are general guidelines and the distance a child can physically and emotionally tolerate will depend on the individual, however, longer distances (10K and over) should wait until after puberty.

Founded in 1958, the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA) is the oldest and largest national association of runners and running organizations dedicated to growing the sport of running. The RRCA uses the term “running” ​to encompass the broad spectrum of “running” in the US, including competitive running, jogging, fitness walking, race walking, and wheelchair fitness/racing on roads, trails, and tracks.

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