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2019: City of Bedford Animal Services
2020: City of Bedford Animal services and Mazie's Mission (a non-profit, full-service veterinary hospital that only works with Animal Rescue groups.)
2021: Texas Coalition for Animal Protection (TCAP provides low-cost spay/neuter services and vaccinations at 7 clinics and 40 mobile locations.)
SCHEDULE OF RACES
3 Days of Races!
Run 1, 2 or 3 races on an easy loop course! Race features:
- Half Marathon, Full Marathon and Ultra Marathon each day!
- TRWD property means low chance of cancellation!
- Paved 6+-mile loop with an out-and-back! (Half = 2 loops; Marathon = 4 Loops; Ultra = 5+ loops)
- Race Day Packet Pickup at race location starting 1 hour before each race.
- Race Day registration at race location starting 1 hour before each race
- Plenty of FREE parking!
- Long-sleeve tee-shirts (size not guaranteed after February 1st)
- Unique participant medals! Different medal each day!
- Awards for top 3 Males/ top 3 Females at each race, and top Male/Female for the series!
- Save money on 2 races by registering for the Double Dog Dare!
- Save even more on 3 races by registering for the Three Dog Night!
- Dizzy Dalmatian 101! Run the longest distance each day, earn a buckle!
For more information about the Rescue Rover 5K: https://runsignup.com/Race/TX/Bedford/RescueRover5K
Part of the mission of the Tarrant Regional Water district is to "Enhance the quality of life in North Texas communities by creating recreation opportunities around TRWD infrastructure to enable active lifestyles.' This means that they actively encourage and promote access to leisure running, biking, boating, etc., as well as to running races and triathlons. The first races held in DFW in the COVID era were held on TRWD land on the Trinity River in Fort Worth, and as of this writing, they have yet to cancel any (once they've been approved with proper safety protocols, etc.) For more information about TRWD, please click the icon in the Sponsors & Partners section of the page.
The course roughly follows the shores of Marine Creek Lake. Most of it is through thick woods (windbreak) but the power-line cuts and the top of the dam are open and may be windy. The surface is primarily concrete, and about 10' wide. The dam is crushed gravel.
There is no significant elevation on most of the course, but the Dam is significantly higher than the rest of the course. Depending upon the day, the Dam will either be at the beginning or end of each loop. The finish is at the level of the Dam.
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