Salisbury PD Foot Pursuit 5K Run/Walk - Cancelled

Fri September 11, 2020 Salisbury, NC 28144 US Directions

5K Run/Walk

7:00PM EDT

Fun Run

7:45PM EDT
Foot Pursuit 5K Cancelled

The 2020 Foot Pursuit 5k has been cancelled.  We look forward to racing with you in the future years!

130 E Liberty Street
Salisbury, NC US 28144

Light the streets of Salisbury up with the 3rd Annual 5K Foot Pursuit to benefit Special Olympics.

The race will be held on the night of Friday, September 11th at 7:00 pm (rescheduled from May 8, 2020).

This 3.1-Mile evening run, through beautiful Downtown Salisbury, is for a great cause to benefit the Special Olympics of North Carolina.

Come chase Salisbury Police Officers and have a GREAT time for a GREAT cause.

Registration and check-in begins at 5:30 p.m. at the F&M Trolley Barn (165 E. Liberty Street).  Refreshments & Entertainment provided!

Top Three Overall—Male and Female in 5K (Overall winners not eligible for Age Group Awards & Awards will not be mailed)
Top Three in Each Age Group—Male and Female in 5K
Age Groups: 14/Under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70/Over

Technical T-Shirts to all runners and walkers. Walkers are eligible for age group awards!

Entry Fee for 5K:  $25 pre-registration; $30 race day (5:30 – 6:45 p.m.)

Entry Fee for Fun Run:  $10 pre-registration & race day

To become a sponsor of this worthwhile event, please contact Lt. Patrick Smith at 704-216-7581 or

It is the intent of Salisbury Police Department to promote health and fitness in the community and provide Salisbury with a well-run, exciting event.  We hope you can come out and participate with us.

Timing and scoring of the event will be provided by Salisbury Rowan Runners.

Beneficiary - Special Olympics of NC

We are delighted to be teaming up with North Carolina Special Olympics for our 2020 race. Special Olympics North Carolina is one of the largest Special Olympics programs in the world with nearly 40,000 registered athletes who train and compete in the year-round programs in 19 different sports. These programs are organized by approximately 100 sub-accredited local programs throughout the state, and the involvement of more than 30,000 volunteers makes possible nearly 8,000 sport practices and 400 competition events at local, area, state, regional, and national levels each year. Athletes in North Carolina are never charged a fee of any kind to participate in Special Olympics. Generous support from individuals, businesses, foundations, and civic groups helps fund the training facilities, uniforms, awards, equipment, transportation, and coaches’ education that are important to every athlete’s experiences. We hope you will support and give the power of sport to one or more athletes.

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