5th ANNUAL OUTPACE PARKINSON'S 5K and 1 MILE FUN RUNApril 18, 2020 Virtual Your home Any city, GA 30606 Organized by Classic Race Services
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VirtualYour home Any city, GA 30606
In order to comply with recent health and safety guidelines and directives regarding COVID-19, the Outpace Parkinson's 5K is going VIRTUAL!
Once you sign up, you may run a 5K anywhere and anytime before the original race date. Once you have run please record your time at this LINK (and please be honest) If a time is recorded and no record of your registration can be found, no credit will be given. BBRS points will be awarded for this race!
Make the most of your miles in the race to cure Parkinson's by supporting the Michael J Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research! Come run with us and make your miles count towards a cure for Parkinson's!
To make a donation or to find out more information go to https://fundraise.michaeljfox.org/tf-2020/Outpace?tab=MyPage or the local Athens website pdathens.com.
Event details and schedule
Virtual Run: Runners should choose their own method of completing 3.1 miles and report the result to Classic Race Services by 9 am on 18 April (via email: email@example.com). Walkers the same for completing 1 mile. T-shirts and Jittery Joe's participation awards will be available for drive-by pickup at 175 Rock Glenn Rd. (wear gloves!) from 10-11:55 am on race day, which remains 18 April.
Active Registration: will close at midnight, April 15.
Timing and Results: Finish line management and results are provided by Classic Race Services with results posted to www.classicraceservices.com, www.active.com, www.coolrunning.com and www.athlinks.com.
Shirts and Goodies: Shirts will be available only to those who register by 4/7/20. No shirts will be ordered for runners that register after 4/7/20.
Series Affiliation: The race is part of the 2020 Black Bag Race Series.
Proceeds: Proceeds will benefit The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.