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This event honors all Vietnam Veterans and is named in memory of Captain Ronald Lloyd "Ron" Zinn, a race walker from the United States who was killed in Vietnam in 1965. He graduated from the US Military Academy in 1962 and represented the USA at both the 1960 (Rome) and 1964 (Tokyo) Summer Olympics. He placed 6th in the 20K race walk in 1964. Shore AC has held this race to remember Captain Zinn since 1966. The day features a 5k Run at 10:00am and Race Walk at 10:05am, along with a kids fun run at 9:30AM. Sponsorship opportunities are also available. More details on the Run Signup website linked below. First 200 people to register receive an event t-shirt
9:30 AM Kids Fun Run
9:50 AM 5K Racewalk start
10:00 AM 5K Run start
* First 200 people to register receive an event t-shirt *
Top 3 male and female finishers for the 5K race
Top 3 finishers in each age group, grouped by 10 years, for the 5K race
(12 and under, 13-18, 19-29, 30-39, etc.)
Top 5 male and female finishers for the 5K racewalk
In support of the Lt. Dennis W. Zilinski, II Memorial Fund,
Please consider bringing an item for our troops.
They are in desperate needs of breakfast bars, tea bags, breakfast bars, soap and shampoo
2022 RACE RESULTS
2021 RACE RESULTS
1 MILE KIDS RUN RESULTS
Great job to all finishers!!
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