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Run the 419 Grand Prix is the largest running series in NW Ohio consisting of five unique runs throughout the Metro Toledo area. A family-friendly series offering two tracks (race length) to accommodate all fitness levels. Choose either the Short Track, or Long Track to be registered into 5 separate events for one low series price.
*Note: You must complete all five Run the 419 Grand Prix Series events to be included in the season’s points race.
A competitive 10k race in downtown Toledo prior to the Memorial Day Parade. Runners will begin and finish at the WTOL studio on N Summit and Cherry. A counter clockwise route crossing two downtown bridges brings along the renovated waterfront provides a scenic, yet challenging run. Run the fastest split over the high level bridge and receive a $100 bill and be named King of the Hill.
A scenic point to point half marathon starting in the uptown district of Maumee, Ohio, voted the best hometown in Ohio! Run down to Sidecut Metropark to a U-turn that brings you back along River Rd, through residential Historic Maumee homes, past the Toledo Country Club and into downtown Toledo. An exclusive finish in the outfield of the Toledo Mud Hens ballbark, voted one of the best minor league ballbarks in America.
The Original Border Battle Run and Race in Two States! Join us for an EVENING RACE followed by food, drinks, live music.
A great late summer half marathon,this half marathon course aims to highlight the best of Bowling Green. Maintaining the start and finish line at the Wood County Fairgrounds, your run will take you through eclectic downtown BG to the Slippery Elm Trail, out to Mitchell Rd. where you can view the BG wind turbines, through a quiet golf course neighborhood, past City Park, concluding with a finish inside the Wood County Fairgrounds. This course has little elevation changes, smooth paved roads, and will show you Bowling Green like never before.
The final event of the series, Rock'Tober is a celebration of life and sobriety. Founded by Todd Crandell and Racing for Recovery, this event shines a spotlight on the opioid epidemic. Partnering with Mercy Health, we aim to raise awareness and funding to educate, prevent, and treat substance abuse.
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