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Date and Race Time: Friday, May 31 7:30pm
Check in: Begins at 5:30 on May 31st on Soccer Field of New Cobden Park
Location: New Cobden Community Park, Locust St between Old highway 51 and Appleknocker Rd.
Kids Fun Run: Begins at 6:45pm - Free, if you would like a T-shirt you must register early and shirt is $15
T-Shirts: Each pre-registered participant will receive a moisture wicking t shirt - Glow sticks will be provided in race packet during check in.
Course: Paved Street. Same route as Peach Fest 5k. Slight decline out and incline back in. Officially measured 5k course, certified by USA Track and Field (USATF) Certification number IL05072JW Race begins and ends at the same location.
Awards: Top Male and Female Runner will receive a medal. Top 2 runners in each age group will also receive medals. Age groups in both male and female will be the following: 14 and under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70 and over
Sponsors: Any business can contact Nathan Emrick at Cobden High School 618-893-4031 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Proceeds: All proceeds will benefit the Cobden High School Volleyball and High School Boys Basketball programs
After the Race: There will be refreshments for the racers in the Park area. Awards will be presented shortly after the completion of the race.
Sign up by May 17th to get a shirt.
You may sign up on the day of the race, but will not receive a shirt
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