Applebee's is bringing food and a PT/massage guy will be there for you after the race! Sign up NOW! This event is in observance of National Crime Victims' Rights Week and benefiting the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence. This special event is being put on by the Maryland State's Attorney's Association and Bullseye Running. We made it a 7k to catch everyone's attention as this unique and different distance using the lucky number 7 (1k for every day of observance or remembrance) should provide a challenging but fun event for all. The course will start and finish at the boat dock at the famous Centennial Lake in Howard County, Maryland at 8:30am on Saturday April 5. The course will exit the park and run down Rt. 108 for a short bit then return into the park following the bike path around the lake. Packet pick up will begin at 7:30am race morning but we encourage you to stop into Road Runner Sports in Columbia/Elkridge between 4-7:30pm Friday April 4 to pick up your packet early and avoid the craziness race morning.
Event schedule and times
Sign up NOW, the earlier the better to help the organizers plan so the event will be as great as it can be.
Early packet pick up and late registration is scheduled for 4-7:30pm at Road Runner Sports in Columbia/Elkridge on Friday April 4.
Late packet pick up and really late registration is scheduled to begin at 7:30am on Saturday April 5 at the pavilion by the boat dock at the famous Centennial Lake in Howard County.
Race starts at 8:30am sharp so plan to arrive no later than 8am so you can park and get to the starting line with no issues.
Results will be posted later that day on the results tab at www.bullseyerunning.com.