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Race Day Registration from 7 - 7:45am! Come break your PR on this fast out and back rail trail course! This event takes place at Station Plaza of Canal Place in the historical Downtown Cumberland, MD. Run/Walk starts and finishes in this location while the course takes place on the beautiful Great Allegheny Passage. A water station will be provided by the gas station in the Narrows for runners to have on the way up and back.
PRIZE MONEY for Overall Top 3 Male & Female finishers!! 1st: $250; 2nd: $150; 3rd: $100. Male/Female Masters winners will receive a $25 gift certificate to RunningWarehouse.com. Prizes to Top 3 Male/Female winners in the following age groups: under 13, 14-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+. There will be door prizes and raffles that you won't want to miss!
We'll give you an extra $50 if you beat our course record! Male Record: 26:16 (2019); Female Record: 32:57 (2016)
Endurance Headquarters out of Fairmont, WV will be a hydration sponsor! You can learn more about them here: https://enduranceheadquarters.com/
Register on/before June 6th in order to guarantee an event t-shirt! We are doing wicking this year! Shirts cannot be guaranteed after June 6th.Proceeds from the race (after expenses are deducted) will first be donated to local warriors in need of assistance for home improvements, cost of treatment, etc. If there are no warriors at the time of the race, proceeds will be donated to the Washington DC/Maryland/Virginia chapter of the ALS Association, Our 2019 event was able to raise $6,000 for a local warrior! Unfortunately, no cure exists for this disease, nor a treatment that stops or reverses it. Half of all people affected with ALS live at least three or more years after diagnosis. Twenty percent live five years or more. Up to ten percent will live more than ten years. According to the alsworldwide.org, annual care for an ALS patient surpasses $200,000. Together, we can make a difference!
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