A celebration of running, kids, and of course....BACON!
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Additional race information can be found at http://www.thegreatbaconracepnw.com/.
Awards will be given to the top male and female finisher in each race except the Children's and Holdyn's race.
Participants can transfer between events as long as the transfer is made prior to 9/15. Note that if the transfer is made between 8/21 and 9/15, you will not get a personalized bib. To initiate a transfer, log into RunSignUp and click on 'My Races.'
Person to person transfers are also allowed as long as the transfer is made prior to 9/15. You can make your person to person transfer by logging into RunSignUp and clicking on 'My Races.' Note that if the transfer is made between 8/21 and 9/15, the new participant will not get a personalized bib.
Note that if you are transferring to a more expensive event, you will have to pay the difference in the event prices.
The Half Marathon, 10k, and 5k will be chip timed by Huber Timing, LLC. The timing chip will be attached to the back of the race bib and is disposable and should not be returned after the race. Results will be available at the finish on kiosks and posted live to http://www.hubertiming.com/results/2014GBR.
The race bib must be worn on your chest or front of shorts and visible at all times.
On February 22nd 2010, my son was born at 24 weeks gestation, weighing a mere 1 pound 8 ounces; he endured many complications to include: bilateral brain bleeds, hydrocephalus, dual eye laser surgery, PDA ligation and dual inguinal hernia repair: all within the first 5 months of life.
As each day passed; my wife Holly and I lived in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of our local hospital. Our family soon discovered a strength that we did not know existed. We watched as our micro preemie son fought for his life. We received phone calls in the middle of the night telling us Holdyn, our son, may not survive the night at which point we were faced with a few decisions that should never have to be made. After 7 brain surgeries, and celebrating his 4th birthday this year, he is still one of the toughest, smartest children I have ever met.
It was at this moment in my life that I decided helping other families deal with the stressful and quite often insane debt creating situations of having a special needs child. It is way too much for families to deal with alone. By creating the Great Bacon Race; our community can come together, accomplish their own special goals, and help us raise much needed money to directly support families with special needs children; right here in our own community.
Thanks for the support that’s made it all possible!
Packet pick up will be hosted at Fleet Feet located at: 160th NE Mill Plain in Vancouver Wa. It is formerly the Fit Right NW building. Pick up tim is Saturday September 26th from 10AM until 5PM. Please let us know if you have any further questions. Thank you
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