** Register in store after 4/2***
Register before 3/25/2015 and receive a long sleeve event shirt at packet pick up. If you register after 3/25 your shirt will be available for pick up at our retail store 10 days after the race. Half Marathon finishers will also receive a medal. Fun run participants will receive a finisher medal and event shirt.
Heroes for HOPE is a fundraising partnership between Bethlehem Academy and the non-profit advocacy organizations - The HOPE Center, Ruth's House of Hope, and Whispers of Hope. These organizations bring healing and hope to girls, women, and families, guiding the to new beginnings in their lives. Bethlehem SAcademy is a proud host for this event and is designating a portion of registration proceeds to benefit these organizations.
Bethlehem Academy is a Catholic school in the tradition of the Sinsinawan Domincan Sisters. As an example of the ministry in that tradition, the mission of this this event seeks to heighten awareness for holistic health in the community while emphasizing personal wellness in a fun, safe, friendly, and competitive platform.
The Running of the Pigs, brought to you by the St. Paul Saints, isnâ€™t â€˜just a 5kâ€™ since the Saints arenâ€™t â€˜just a baseball team.â€™ As you have heard us say, FUN is Good! Check out the all new Zer0K Zone, the ultimate race for non-racers!
Youth Run- 9:30 AM
Health Partners Mascot Run- 9:45 AM
5K Run/ Walk- 10:00 AM
Picnic- 11:00 AM
This coming spring will mark the very first annual Timmay 5k!
The race will be 'targeted towards donor awareness' and will celebrate the life of Tim Rasmusson. Visit http://timrasmusson.wix.com/tim-rasmusson to learn more and register for the race!
REGISTER NOW!! First 200 registrants guaranteed
a ‘Swag Bag’ with goodies from our sponsors!
The 24th Annual Trail Mix Race MN will be held on Saturday, April 18, 2015 at Lake Rebecca Park Reserve, Rockford. We will be offering three great trail races: 50K Ultra (solo), 25K (solo) and 50K team (4 person teams/12.K each runner) on a 12.5K looped course. Lake Rebecca Park Reserve offers runners 2,200 acres of gently rolling Big Woods landscape and numerous wetland areas, making it a beautiful trail route at one of Minnesota’s premier parks. Race proceeds are donated to Three Rivers Park District’s Adaptive Equipment Fund. Ages: 18+.
Volunteers needed. Pre-registration ends 4/13/14. Day of registration available.
Race website - http://www.threeriversparks.org/events/Groups/trail-mix.aspx
50K Ultra $50.00 pre-registration, $60 on race day;
25K $40.00 pre-registration, $50 on race day;
50K 4-Person Team $30 per team member pre-registration, $40 per team member on race day.
Race Day Schedule:
Day of Registration: Opens at 6:30 AM
50 K Ultra Solo: 8:00 AM Start
25K Solo: 8:30 AM Start
50K 4-Person Team: 10:30 AM Start (Note: this is not a relay. All 4 team members start at 10:30 AM).
Link to Directions for Lake Rebecca Park Reserve: http://www.threeriversparks.org/directions.aspx?name=Lake+Rebecca+Park+Reserve&address=9831+Rebecca+Park+Trail&citystatezip=Rockford%2c+MN+55373&ll=45.071770%2c-93.757332
Race Director Information:
Hot Chocolate 15K/5K is headed back to Minneapolis on April 18th, 2015! Tons of chocolate, a beautiful course through downtown, and killer goodie bag swag make this America’s Sweetest Race. Complete a 5K or 15K distance to earn your Finisher’s Mug, filled with hot chocolate, fondue, and yummy dippable treats. All participants will receive a zip-up hoodie with contrast piping. This year’s 15K finishers can look forward to a medal to further commemorate their experience.
Rocky Mountain Brew runs brings together what runners and athletes of all shapes, sizes, ages and levels love: Beer and running! Runs include free brews, swag and after party with food trucks and our famous Beer Olympics games!
Join us for our 7th year of a great event that is less than 30 minutes from downtown St. Paul or Rochester. This duathlon takes place around the Cannon River with the bike route traveling through the scenic countryside of the Cannon Falls area.184
The run will take place along the Cannon River and Cannon Valley Bike Trail. After the event, please join us in celebrating with great food and fun at the great parks in beautiful Cannon Falls!
15th Annual Event
Swim 500 yards - Bike 12.4 miles (20k) - Run 3.1 miles (5k)
Individual & Team Competition. Must be 15 years old by the date of the event to participate individually or on a team.
3rd Annual Kids Triathlon – Age groups: 5-8 years, 9-11 years and 12-14 years.
Team competitors can consist of a 3-member team where one member swims, one member bikes, and one member runs. Teams of two may also be entered where one individual participates in two of the activities. Teams may consist of all men, all women, or co-ed.
ON-LINE REGISTRATION CLOSES ON THE TUESDAY, APRIL 21st AT MIDNIGHT.
BIB numbers will be assigned based on estimated swim time. Swimmers will go in the water in BIB order. Lap counters will be at the end of each lane and when contestants have 1 lap remaining a kick board will be put in the water to signal to the contestant that they have 1 lap remaining. After a swimmer completes the swim, the next swimmer in the order will begin in the lane that was vacated by the prior swimmer.
All competitors must enter their estimated swim time as accurately as possible for the safety of your fellow competitors. The times should be based on your training building up to the event. If you need to adjust your swim times as you continue to train then please do so by contacting the event director so they can update the estimated swim times online.
South Dakota Triathlon Association Event
Become a member of the South Dakota Triathlon Association and see what benefits you will receive for participating in regional triathlons. http://www.sdtriathlonassociation.com/
PACKET PICKUP WILL BEGIN FRIDAY EVENING AT 4PM UNTIL 6PM IN THE SDSU WELLNESS CENTER CONFERENCE ROOM AND SATURDAY MORNING FROM 7AM UNTIL 9:30AM.
KIDS EVENT PRERACE MEETING AT 8:45AM IN THE POOL AREA SATURDAY MORNING.
INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM PRERACE MEETING AT 9:45AM IN POOL AREA SATURDAY MORNING.
Transition area opens at 7 A.M. and closes at 9:30 A.M.
We WILL take LATE registrations for the triathlon. You can pay when you arrive on Saturday morning and the cost will be $60 per individual, $90 per team, and $20 for the kids tri. We place all late registrants at the end of the swim list.
Attention all Country Music Runners: Get ready to feel some Honky Tonk vibes as you take off at the DOWNTOWN Start Line!
Location: Lower Broadway and 4th St.
Perks of the new Start Line:
Short walk from downtown hotels.
No Shuttles necessary!
Electrifying ambiance of downtown to kick off your run!
Free parking will be available at the finish line at LP Field, which is a short walk across the pedestrian bridge to the start line.
Anoka County 4-H Clover Dash
2 Mile Walk,
5K - age 10 & under,
2 Mile Walk - age 10 & under,
Come run or walk with us to raise funds for Anoka County 4-H! Funds will support healthy living programs, community service projects and scholarships for youth.
This event is for everyone, runners, walkers, etc. Invite family, friends and co-workers for a fun-filled morning to help support 4-H youth programming in Anoka County. Medals awarded to top three 5K males & females. Random prize drawings for all participants except those 10 & under who will receive medals & goodie bags. We are encouraging everyone to dress in their favorite green or clover attire. Register by April 13 for lowest registration fee and to guarantee a t-shirt. Packet pick up on April 23, 8 am-4:30 pm, April 24, 8 am-7 pm, or on race day starting at 8 am. Register 4 participants, 11 yrs old & older, and the 5th one is free (available with mail or drop off only). Race day registration from 7:30-8:30 am onsite (cash or checks only).
When you register for the Unleash the SHE, you make a difference for the hundreds of Minnesota women and families impacted by ovarian cancer.
There is no test for ovarian cancer, the deadliest of all gynecologic cancers. This year alone, more than 400 Minnesota women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer, which is all too often diagnosed at a late stage.
The Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance funds crucial research and provides support and resources for women all across Minnesota, including a chapter in the Rochester area. We encourage you to start a fundraising page to support MOCA even more. Visit MOCA's blog at http://blog.mnovarian.org/why-i-run-against-ovarian-cancer/.
Wondering why you should get involved?
“I run this event for my mom, an ovarian cancer survivor. By taking part in the race, I can raise money for the Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance and also show support for my mom – and all the survivors, friends and family members impacted by this disease.”
Dr. Brigitte Barrette, Mayo Oncologist
“I wish to lead by example for my patients. So I run in this annual event… it keeps me focused and it challenges me. To me, there is no better way to tell my patients that I care about them – and, to me, one of the best ways to help them is to raise money for research.”
Find out more about MOCA by going to www.mnovarian.org or through the MOCA Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/mnovarian.
Five dollars of each registration fee will go to MOCA. Participants are encouraged to create their own fundraising pages to raise money all of which goes directly to MOCA for ovarian cancer research, support and programming.