About Rape Crisis and Sexual Assault Services
Rape Crisis and Sexual Assault Services (RCSAS) is a nonprofit community-based program established in 1975 as a grassroots response to the needs of victims of rape and sexual assault in Augusta, Georgia. For 38 years, RCSAS has served the counties of the greater Augusta region, providing help at no cost for survivors of sexual assault and their families regardless of how long ago the abuse occurred or whether is was reported. https://www.facebook.com/RCSAS
Schedule of Events
7:30 - 8:30 Registration (Day of Event: Runners: $30 Runners, Walkers: $5 Students, $10 Individual, $15 Family) T-shirts not guaranteed. Available on first come, first serve for day-of registrants 8:30 Kick-Off, Meredith Anderson, Evening Anchor, WRDW Channel 12 News 8:45 Race Start
ALL DOWNHILL! AUGUSTA'S FASTEST 5K! The three mile walk will begin at the Georgia Regents University Amphitheater (Summerville campus), continue through the campuses of Paine College and GRU (Downtown campus) and end in front of University Hospital located at 1350 Walton Way. Shuttles will be available to transport runners and walkers back to ASU.
The electromic timing for our race is provided by Fleet Feet. Results will be available after the race on Active.com and on the RCSAS facebook page. www.facebook.com/RCSAS
Event t-shirts will be available to participants who register to run or walk by April 18. T-shirts are not guaranteed to participants who register after April 18 or on the day of the event. Extras will be ordered but they will be given out on a first come, first serve basis. Adult sizes S, M, L, XL and XXL will be available.
Walkers are encouraged to participate! As the course is entirely downhill, it's great for children and families!
All runners and walkers are welcome to bring strollers and dogs on leashes. This is a family-friendly event! Please be mindful of other race and walk participants.
Why "Take Back the Day?"
The first Take Back the Day Walk was held in 2010 as a spin-off from Augusta's annual Take Back the Night Rally. The term "Take Back the Night" originated in 1976 in Belgium when a march for women was held to "reclaim the night they were raped". RCSAS is glad to extend the TBTN Rally with the TBTD 5k Run/Walk, to continue to spread awareness of sexual violence in our community and reclaim women's, men's, and children's rights to move freely, day and night, without sexual violence.Awards will be given to the overall top male and female finishers as well as to the top male and female finishers in each age division. Age divisions are: 14 & Under; 15-19; 20-29; 30 – 39; 40 – 49; 50 – 59; 60 and up.