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Events: A 10K run and 2 mile fun run/walk will start simultaneously at 9:00 am. A pancake breakfast sponsored by the Queen City Striders will follow the race along with an awards ceremony. All are welcome. Also as part of the festivities will be a Kids Race immediately following the conclusion of the 10k! The Kids race will be located at the pavilion and is free of charge.
Course: Located in Big Run State Park. The start will be near the intersection of Big Run Road and Savage River Road. The course runs out and back along Savage River Road.
Registration: $20 if received by July 30, $25 afterwards and Race Day. Special youth pricing and for families registering together!
Same day registration will be from 8:00 to 8:45 at the pavilion adjacent to the starting line. All pre-registered participants will receive a race T-shirt. T-shirts on race day will be provided while supplies last.
Age Groups: 14 and under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60 and over.
Awards: Awards for run will be given to overall Male & Female Open and Masters and the top three Male & Female finishers in each age group. Fun Run/Walk awards will be given to overall Male & Female and first Male & Female over 60. Prizes are locally sourced pure Maple Syrup.
Miscellaneous: Big Run State Park has many nice camp sites near the course. For more information on camping, please call 301-895-5453. For additional information about the race, call Zach Bittinger at 304-276-5658.
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