Course Records - Amberly Club House
3 Mile - Male: H. Noel - 16:36 (2020) 5 Mile - Male: S. Montclair - 24:48 (2020)
3 Mile - Female: N. Folk - 20:43 (2020) 5 Mile - Female: L.A. Taylor - 38:16 (2020)
Every year Amberly hosts a race through our beautiful neighborhood to raise money to support a local nonprofit organization that serves our community selected by the Amberly Community Service Club. This year they chose Special Olympics North Carolina! PLUS because we're racing on Halloween we're giving away some great prizes for Best Costume and Best Family Costume!
Support Special Olympics North Carolina today, and give the power of sport to one more athlete.
Eunice Kennedy Shriver founded Special Olympics with a vision that individuals with intellectual disabilities were far more capable in sports and physical activity than many experts believed possible. In 1968 Mrs. Shriver organized the first Special Olympics International Games in Chicago, Ill. Six athletes from North Carolina were among the participants. Special Olympics North Carolina is one of the largest Special Olympics programs in the world with nearly 40,000 registered athletes who train and compete in year-round programs in 20 different sports.
These programs are organized by approximately 100 sub-accredited local programs throughout the state, and the involvement of more than 40,000 volunteers makes possible nearly 8,000 sport practices and 400 competition events at local, area, state, regional, and national levels each year. Athletes in North Carolina are never charged a fee of any kind to participate in Special Olympics. Generous support from individuals, businesses, foundations, and civic groups helps fund the training facilities, uniforms, awards, equipment, transportation, and coaches’ education that are important to every athlete’s experiences.
Their Mission: To provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
Scroll down for more details about how you can win great prizes and swag by referring people to sign up with you!
Invite your friends and family to run together!
The Amberly Charity Race is part of Fit & Able's Free-for-All Race Series .
For more information and to sign up, please visit: https://www.amberlycharity5k.com
Event details and schedule