Additional race information can be found at http://www.silentnomore.org/one-in-five-5k.html.
On Sunday, April 25th at FirstPark in Oakland at 9:00 am, people will be running or walking in solidarity against the harsh reality of the impact of sexual violence in our Maine communities. Inspired by the current Maine statistic of an estimated ONE in FIVE people in Maine have been affected by sexual violence (Muskie School of Public Policy, Maine Crime Victimizations Rates, 2011), the Sexual Assault Crisis & Support Center is hosting the 10th annual One in Five 5k race. You can choose to sign up for the virtual race, or you can join us at FirstPark on April 25th. This event is taking place in the month of April to honor Sexual Assault Awareness Month!
Friendly, leashed dogs are welcome! Strollers are welcome! Have questions? Check out our FAQ page.
Packet Pick Up: Packets can be picked up at our Winthrop office on Friday, April 23rd between the hours of 9:00 and 3:00, Saturday, April 24th between the hours of 2-4 pm at FirstPark, and on race day at FirstPark from 7:30 to 8:30 am.
We will not be offering same-day registration this year to help minimize the exposure on race day.
Trophies for the in-person event will be awarded for the following:
Medals will be awarded for the following in-person categories:
Females – blue neck ribbons
Overall - red, white & blue neck ribbons:
Submit your virtual race results here.
Please note, we are following CDC guidelines and State of Maine orders for this race, should any changes happen, we may need to pivot the event to a virtual race. If that happens, we will notify you with options for refunds. We are committed to making this a COVID safe race and have created a COVID Safety Plan to help mitigate the spread. Still have questions? Please contact Samy Sturtevant at 207-377-1010 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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