Rugged Maniac is returning to Snow Creek Ski Area on September 22, 2018 with 25 epic obstacles and 1 rockin’ party! Here’s how it works: Register for the race and you’ll get to run our 5k course (or our new option called Rugged Maniac X, which includes unlimited laps of the 5k course and a special edition headband)! You’ll climb towers of shipping containers, rocket down a massive water slide, crawl through underground tunnels, leap over fire and experience some BIG new obstacles! As if that wasn’t awesome enough, before and after you run you’ll get to party with thousands of other maniacs in our day-long festival which includes mechanical bulls, adult bounce houses, and tons of games and activities! So what are you waiting for? Grab your friends and register now before your preferred start time sells out!
FEES: Through September 19 at midnight
Youth (12 and under): $12
Kids’ Fun Run (10 and under): $12
Youth (12 and under): $15
Kids’ Fun Run (10 and under): $15
Please note: fees are non-refundable and race bibs are non-transferable and we do our best to ensure everyone gets a shirt but to be guaranteed one please register by September 3.
Online Registration closes Wednesday, September 19 at midnight
7:30 a.m. – Registration
8:30 a.m. – Kids’ Fun Run
8:40 a.m. – Opening Ceremony
9:00 a.m. – 5K Timed Run
9:05 a.m – 5K Walk
Take in the sites of the beautiful and historic Oregon Trail on this mixed surface adventure course. Runners and walkers in the first five years of the Monument Marathon have dubbed us the friendliest, most supportive, and most well-organized race they have participated in! Whether you’re a 50 stater, a maniac, or a first-timer, we want you to have the best experience possible and experience the hometown hospitality of the Monument Marathon. We are a homegrown local event featuring excited and friendly volunteers, incredible course support, amazing views, and the kind of charm only small-town races can provide. All proceeds from the Monument Marathon go to support student scholarships to our most in-need and promising students at our local community college. Have a one-of-a-kind experience and know that you’re supporting a great cause at the same time!
Register today at www.monumentmarathon.com!
TIME: The marathon begins at 7 AM, and course support ends at 2 PM.
COURSE: This Boston Marathon qualifying course starts and finishes around West Main and First Streets in downtown Belleville, IL. About
half the course is on America’s longest Main Street and the other half is on portions of the paved Richland Creek Greenway Trail, paved
MetroLink Bike Trail, and area neighborhood roads. Ample hydration and fueling stations as well as enthusiastic volunteers cheering you
on will be located throughout the race course.
AWARDS: Awards will be presented to the top 3 Overall male and female finishers; top male and female Master finishers; top male and
female Wheelchair finishers; and the top 3 male and female finishers in each of the following Age Divisions: 18-19; 20-24; 25-29; 30-34;
35-39; 40-44; 45-49; 50-54; 55-59; 60-64; 65-69; and 70 & older. All finishers, regardless of placement, will receive a participant medal.
Due to liability and safety issues, the age limit requirement of being 18 or older will be strictly enforced.
ENTRY FEES: Entry fee is $49.99 (CASH/CHECK) if postmarked by December 31, 2017. Registration January 1 to August 15 is $65, after
August 15 is $75, and after September 15 is $85. Online registration is also available at itsyourrace.com. For paper entries, please make
checks payable to Belleville Running Club and mail to Toolen’s Running Start, 3260 Green Mount Crossing Dr, Shiloh, IL 62269. Entry
fees are nonrefundable. Race will be held rain or shine.
ADDITIONAL INFO: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Toolen’s Running Start at 618-628-9898 or runningstartsports.com.
See what other runners have to say about the race at: http://www.marathonguide.com/races/racedetails.cfm?MIDD=6129170930
PACKET PICKUP: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 28, Toolen’s Running Start, 3260 Green Mount Crossing Dr, Shiloh, IL 62269, and
5:30 to 6:30 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 29, at First and Main Streets in Belleville, near the start line.
Roeland Park’s first Park2Park Run is a fundraiser and tour of the SEVEN different parks located within the city’s 1.6 square miles. Whether or not you’re familiar with the location of the parks, the long route runs past all of them and whether or not you’re a runner there will be activities going on in all of them to promote and encourage their use in fun and unique ways.
Two distances are available to choose from: 7 Miles, 7 Parks or 5 Park 5K.
This event happens rain or shine and as this is a fundraising run for the park system there are no refunds.
Sign up as an individual or a team. Prizes available for first place in age categories and overall long and short distance runs. T-shirts available during registration through August 27th. Youth, 10 and under, are welcome to do the Green Space Racer Fun Run/Walk & Scavenger Hunt.
Early bird pricing from February 15- April 1.
Registration here: https://www.imathlete.com/#/legacy?url=%2Fevents%2FEventOverview.aspx%3FfEID%3D67829%26z%3D1518189446323
Laura Steele, Park2Park Race Director
Charity 5k Event
Lyme is Local presents a Charity 5k Event benefiting the Lyme Association of Greater Kansas City
Berkley Riverfront Kansas City, Mo September 29, 2018 8am
We invite the public to sign up and attend our event to help us spread awareness for this debilitating Disease!
• Over 300,000 cases every year in the US, one of the fastest growing Diseases. New numbers showing possibly 2 million!
• 50 States and 6 Continents have reported Lyme Disease.
• Testing is unreliable, medical help is lacking and research funding is well below standards.
• Cost to treat is financially draining. Remission isn’t guaranteed.
• A tick can infect a human or animal with multiple Diseases.
Outdoor games, Family fun, 5k winner prizes. Race check-in 7-730am
Refreshments provided but feel free to bring a picnic blanket.
We will have a 1 Mile course available for those who do not want to compete in the 5k.
Parking gravel lot on East side of park. Additional parking across the street.
We are in need Runners, Fund Raisers, Donations, Volunteers and Sponsors!
Please signup online and start raising money for the cause. www.LymeisLocal.com
Charity Information: the Lyme Association of Greater Kansas City has been helping the greater Kansas City area for decades! They are a 501c3, so your donations are tax-deductible. We are raising money to help Educate the public and medical community and to provide Grants for those afflicted with Lyme Disease and/or Co-Infections to help cover their costs for medical care.
Lyme is Local together with the Lyme Association of Greater Kansas City
I hereby Challenge you to sign up, collect donations and participate in the Lyme is Local Charity 5k Event. If you are willing to accept please challenge others. Keep the Lyme is Local Challenge going!
Contact: LymeisLocal.com 913-543-1514 email@example.com
This is the 4th Annual Path to Parenthood 5K, in support of Kansas City Infertility Awareness Foundation (KCIA). Proceeds from this event fund KCIA’s Family Building Grant program, providing financial aid to KC locals to help with treatment and adoption costs.
Participants of all fitness levels are encouraged to join us for the 5K run/walk event. Additionally, all ages are welcome to participate in a One Mile Awareness Walk and/or Kids Fun Run. If you are unable to join us at the event but would like to support KCIA or someone you know, you may sign up as a Virtual Runner.
ADDITIONAL RACE OPTIONS:
Virtual Run – $35
1 Mile Awareness Walk – $25
Kids Fun Run – $10
4501 S Bass Pro Drive, Independence, MO 64055
Registration link: https://runsignup.com/Race/MO/Independence/PathtoParenthood5K
Bring your kids, bring your appetite. Run through the streets of Westport at the Oktoberfest Lederhosen Lap 5K and Kinder Run (Kids Run). Enter as an individual or a team. All participants will receive a pint glass, race shirt and a wide array of special offers from Westport bars & restaurants. Stay for Oktoberfest after the run!
The Greater KC Public Safety Credit Union presents the second Guns N’ Hoses 5K to raise money for the Surviving Spouse and Family Endowment Fund (S.A.F.E.). An organization that provides immediate financial support to the surviving families of law enforcement officers, firefighters, and EMT/paramedics who lose their life in the line of duty.
*shirts and medals are guaranteed for those that are registered before July 31
Register Here: https://runsignup.com/Race/Register/?raceId=59941
Kansas City Regional Police Academy
Northeast Iowa region October 13, 2018
The Driftless Half Marathon, relay, and 5k event will take place from Harper’s Ferry to Lansing, Iowa. Registration is open now. More information can be found on our website www.thedriftlesshalfmarathon.com.
5K Run/Walk & Kids Run
This event is in honor of our friend firefighter Marc Wright. Marc lost his long battle with cancer in January, so we decided to continue his legacy by raising money for his church and two charities he was heavily involved with; CenterPoint Church (community outreach programs), The Firefighters Cancer Support Network (research and assistance for firefighters and paramedics with cancer) and Safety.net (supports families of first responders lost in the line of duty).
Register at www.marcsdash.com
CenterPoint Church, 20 E. Green Meadows, Columbia, MO
Men, women & children will join us for a morning of hope, support, awareness and fun. This is more than just another 5K. The OVERRUN Ovarian Cancer Foundation is committed to changing the face of ovarian cancer through support for better treatments, and ultimately a cure. We hope you will join us for this fast 5K and best after party in town!
Southcreek Office Park- 7200 W. 132nd St. Overland Park, KS
Run for Dignity 5k supports Giving the Basics which provides basic hygiene products to low-income families with small children, students, battered women, veterans, seniors, forms prisoners, and then mentally ill.
The 5k will help raise awareness and funds for Giving the Basics which supports over 65 pantries, 186 schools, 14+ school districts, and over 220,000 people per month (2016 statistics).
A 10k race on Haskell Indian Nations University’s cross country course. The Billy Mills 10k is named after former Haskell and KU runner Billy Mills who went on to become the first and only American to win the gold in the Olympic 10k. Proceeds from the race benefit Haskell running programs.\
Looking for a great fall race? Look no further than the 22nd Annual Gobbler Grind! This race features three great distances (5K, Half Marathon, and Marathon) to fit within your training schedule and get you ready for the feast of all feasts -Thanksgiving! A semi-flat easy route for Boston Qualifiers and a USATF certified course. See printable course maps for certification.
Kick off your Thanksgiving Day celebration with a great morning run with friends and family. All participants receive a long sleeve thermal race shirt and a 6-inch pumpkin pie!
The best way to spread Christmas Cheer is singing loud for all to hear. The next best way is to join over a thousand Santas along a 5K course in Westport! Take advantage of this opportunity to become every child’s favorite man as each participant receives a Santa Suit. We fill the streets with holiday spirit! All participants in the Santa Dash receive their own Santa Suit or race shirt, bib chip timing, a finisher’s ornament, and lots of holiday treats!
Want to register? https://register.chronotrack.com/r/36348
The Arthritis Foundation’s original Jingle Bell Run is a fun way to get decked out and be festive, while racing to raise funds and awareness to cure America’s #1 cause of disability. Few runs in the country are quite like this one, as the Jingle Bell Run takes place entirely UNDERGROUND. The course is flat, festive and fun and, best of it, it never ventures outside into the brutal winter climate. The Jingle Bell Run is the perfect family event, with appearances from child-friendly guests like Santa Claus, Kansas City Royals mascot Sluggerrr, jugglers, a magician, your favorite Star Wars characters, a live deejay, and more. And don’t forget about our Holiday Hallway, a darkened stretch of the run that’s aglow with thousands of lights and decorations! All participants receive a long-sleeved T-shirt and a finisher’s medal. Go to jbr.org/kansascity to register today!
Meritex Executive Underground Park – 17501 W 98th St., Lenexa, KS 66219
Trolley Run is one of the largest timed four-mile road races in the country. The fast and flat to downhill course is a quintessential Kansas City experience and a beloved tradition. The four-mile Trolley Run course winds through the Waldo and Brookside neighborhoods and ends on the Country Club Plaza. Proceeds from the race benefit the visually impaired children at the Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired (CCVI). http://trolleyrun.org/