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Join us as we lace up our running and walking shoes to bring Lewy Body Dementia (LBD) down. LBD is the second most common form of degenerative dementia, affecting more than 1.4 million individuals in the United States. Despite this, many people have never heard of the disease. This race aims to raise awareness of LBD and funds for Lewy Body Dementia Association, Inc., which provides resources and support to those affected by LBD and promotes research into this devastating disease.
Race day schedule and packet pickup information is available on the "Event Info" tab.
$25 Early Registration for the 5k until May 9, 2018
$30 Registration for the 5k from May 10, 2018 until day of the race
$10 Registration for the Kids' Dash
Those who register for the 5k by May 29, 2018 are guaranteed a free T-shirt.
Awards for top three male and top three female finishers.
WakeMed Soccer Park's cross country course is a popular location for competitive high school cross country meets, as well as other cause runs and competitions.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
LBD 5k: Lace Up to Bring Lewy Down was inspired by the event organizer's father, Dan Crifo (pictured here). Dan, who lived in New Jersey all of his life, was diagnosed with Lewy Body Dementia and Parkinson's disease in 2012. Originally, this event was his daughter's way of helping from afar. Unfortunately, Dan passed away on February 18, 2017. For those who knew and loved him, this 5k is now in his memory. He was a beloved husband, father and Pop whose greatest pleasure was supporting his family members' endeavors. LBD and Parkinson's took him from us far too soon, though we know he'll be cheering from the sidelines as we run (and walk) to Bring Lewy Down.