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Cool venue! Join us in June for extreme fun in the summer breeze. Four difference events: HALF MARATHON, 10K, our most popular 5K, and shortest distance 1Mile run/walk thats designed for the whole family (including dogs)! Start on the infield at Airhogs Stadium and run through the tunnel to the trail nearby. Walkers stay in the stadium to get their mile in and can take a dip in the pool in the outfield! Strollers welcome.
Costume contest and free kids dash. Jumbo Tron and plenty of seating make this an ideal location. We want to celebrate Heroes! Dress as your favorite Hero.
Airhog Stadium will be packed with some awesome sponsors such as Camp Gladiator, Run United, Mansfield Chiropractor and more. There will be a live DJ, snacks and a great experience you Don't won't to miss!!!
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
Click on the link above to check out this Half Marathon Training Program to help you prepare for your best 13.1 miles yet!! (Beginning April 6th thru race day June 15th)
If you have more than two but less than three months to train for your next half marathon, this 10-week training plan might be the perfect fit, especially for experienced runners. Beginners can even use this training plan, if they stick to it faithfully.
Bear in mind that you can always run the miles below using a one-to-one run-walk pace (run for one minute, walk for one minute, etc.). Or you can use a method like Jeff Galloway’s Run-Walk-Run, in which you run for three minutes, walk for one minute, and so on.
Use your shorter, mid-week runs for building up your speed and ability to run shorter distances in better times, while using your longer weekend runs to build up your endurance and your ability to lengthen your miles more slowly.
We’ve included plans based on whether your race runs on a Saturday or a Sunday, so it’s a good idea to follow the one that applies to you.
Best of Luck!