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Five Dollars of your registration fee benefits youth running programs. We are bringing back the mile run! It is included in our Double Road Race Events. Come run or walk the UjENA Christmas 5K Run/Walk in Pleasanton. You will get an official time, t-shirt and awards. All Double Road Race Courses are USATF certified and times may be used for qualifying. The Double is a unique event created by Bob Anderson, the founder of Runner?s World Magazine which he published for 18 years.
Start Line at ClubSport Pleasanton.Double Road Racing is a new sport. We like to call it ?The Double.? The first Double Road Race? was held in the United States and drew 1400 runners to Pleasanton, California on Dec 23, 2012. It was a huge success and on that day, a new sport was born. The Double Road Race is a 15k distance race consisting of two legs (10k + 5k) with a halftime in between. It?s new, it?s innovative and the strategies for runners is uniquely different. It?s the only running event with a halftime that features The Recovery Zone.I hope you will join me again in Pleasanton. It was so much fun,? says Bob Anderson, creator of Double Road Running, an avid runner for 51 years and founder and former publisher of Runner?s World magazine for 18 years.Benefiting: Run For The Kids! and JUST RUN!?When: Sunday December 22, 2013Where: Pleasanton, California (48 minutes east of San Francisco, 34 minutes north of San Jose)Start/Finish: Hart Middle School, 4433 Willow Road, Pleasanton, CA 94588Events: Pleasanton Double Road Race (10k + 5k), UjENA Christmas 5K Run/Walk, Bob Anderson?s Kids Cup Mile (10 and under), Double Road Race Team Race (3 runners score)Special Events on Saturday: Warm Up run with Bob Anderson and Christine Kennedy.Double Entry fee covers: Official Race T-shirt, Special Tote Bag, entry into the Recovery Zone, special Key Chain medal for all finishers, special Double two-sided medals to the top five in each age-group, four-color race program, and the opportunity to win some of the prize money for overall and age-group winners.Awards: Overall, age-group, and kids awards. Click on tab for details.Prize Money: $4,250 of prize money. Plus $1000 Bonus Money for World Records
$30 before December 21