|Sweat It Out 5k Run/Walk||
|Registration ends June 2, 2017 at 11:59pm EDT|
Columbia, SC US 29209
This year marks the third annual Sweat It Out 5k! The turnout last year was so amazing and the
feedback we received was so positive! A total of 155 runners and $6,100 donated to National
Foundation of Ectodermal Dysplasia. The 5k will take place on June 3rd at 7:00 am in the Old Woodlands Park. Registration opens at 6am.
The cost is $25 and $30 on race day. Registration for the 5k Run/Walk includes dri-fit T-shirts for pre-registered runners only. No guarantees for T-shirts for registrations after May 23, 2017. Prizes will be awarded in each age group. Cash prizes for overall male and female winners. Early packet pick up will be available at Old Woodlands park on June 2, 2017.
Learn more about this race at SweatItOutColumbia.com.
Hypohydriotic Ectodermal Dysplasia is a rare inherited genetic disorder that affects 1 in 17,000
individuals worldwide. It is a multisystem disorder that typically affects the hair, teeth, nails, sweat
glands, and skin. The primary feature of HED is lack of or diminished sweating: hypohydrosis. The
National Foundation of Ectodermal Dysplasia (NFED) is a nonprofit organization that helps and
supports families affected by HED. They have been so helpful to the Duke family since the diagnosis of their son Nicholas. Their mission is to empower and connect people touched by HED through education,
research, and support. Their vision is to be a recognized leader among health related nonprofit
organizations and will be known for providing comprehensive services with loving care for individuals
affected by HED. NFED will help individuals and families benefit from early diagnosis care, and will
continue to be there throughout their lives. Ultimately, a cure will be found and NFED will be the force
behind this cure!
Our race has two goals: Raising awareness and raising funds. Please join us again this year for this worthy cause!!
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