Come join us to raise money for this great cause while running around the beautiful community of Stone Island in Enterprise, FL. This event will include a 5K individual road race, a 15K Team relay race and Kids run for ages 10 and under. Come try the 15k RELAY with two of your favorite people! Each runner is individually chip timed and will have their personal 5k split, but the fun is about the team! Each runner on the team (3 per team) will run the same gorgeous 5k route.
Enjoy the Race Party afterwards while you await the awards ceremony including a bonfire and Free Beer compliments of the Swamp House Grill!
The 15k Relay and Individual 5k race start at 7:30 a.m.
6:15am – 7:15am: Race Day Registration
7:30am: Chip Timed Race Start
9:00am: Free Kids Dash
9:30am: 15k Relay Awards Ceremony
By January 15th:
$20 (per person 5K or 15K)
January 15th - 19th:
$30 (per person 5K or 15K)
Day of the Race:
Packet Pick-up will be offered on Friday, January 18, 2013 and Saturday January 19, 2013 at the West Volusia Runner’s Club House located at 155 S. Charles Richard Beall Blvd. Suite B (17-92 next to Zorba’s Greek Restaurant). Times TBD
15k Relay Awards to ALL Members in the following categories:
Student: Top team with mixed genders, age 18 and under
Adult Mixed: Top team with mixed ages and genders
All Women: Top Team of all female runners, mixed ages
All Men: Top Team of all male runners, mixed ages
Masters Women’s: Top Team of all female runners age 40 and over
Masters Men’s: Top Team of all male runners age 40 and over
Progressive Supranuclear Palsy is a degenerative neurological disease that has NO cure nor a treatment. The proceeds from this event will go directly to the research, education and support of individuals with PSP and their families.
The goals of the CurePSP Foundation are to assist patients and their families, increase public awareness, educate healthcare professionals, and support research toward better diagnosis, effective treatments, and eventual cures. Progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) is a neurodegenerative brain disease that has no known cause, treatment or cure. It affects nerve cells that control walking, balance, mobility, vision, speech, and swallowing. Five to six people per 100,000 will develop PSP. For more information visit www.psp.org.