This years race will be timed by Run Time.
Start:Saturday, May 12, 2012
Additional Date Information
1 mile River FunRun @ 8:00am and 5k @ 8:30am
Living Water Church
109 S Roberts Cut Off Fort Worth, TX 76114
$16-per runner for5k
$14-per runner for teams of 4 or more
$12-per runner for 1 Mile River Fun Run
Online Registration Closing Date
Monday, May 7, 2012@ 10:00 PM
This will be a 5krun/walk that will be chip timed by RunTIME Racing Services. The course is alsoUSATF certified (TX10064ETM). The 1 mile course will begin at 8:00am and the 5kwill begin at 8:30am. The race will start and finish at the church which islocated at 109 S Roberts Cut Off in Fort Worth Texas.
Awards will begiven out to the overall fastest chip time male and female finisher. Awardswill also be given out to the overall 1st, 2nd and 3rd fastest chip time maleand female finisher for the following age groups. Starting at age 11-under,12-15, 16-20, 21-25, 26-30 and in increments of 5 years up to age 70+. Awardswill be given out to the fastest chip time team finisher and the largest teamparticipant.
The course is anice smooth surface along the Trinity Rivertrails. The race starts at the church and goes south on Roberts Cut Off throughthe neighborhood behind the church then it goes west on White Settlement Rd. onto the TrinityTrails. Once you get to your 1.55 mark then you turn around and head back tothe church. This year we added a 1 mile run that will go through theneighborhood behind the church.
Race Coordinator isJoey Bain @ 817-999-6774
Packet Pick Up
Thursday May 10thand Friday May 11th from 10:00am-6:00pm at Fort Worth Running Company 2401 West7th St Fort Worth Tx 817-731-1760. Packets will also be available race day atthe church at the registration table.
$20-per runner for 5k after May 7th through race day
$20-per runner for teams of 4 or more after May 7th through race day
$20-per runner for the 1 mile River Fun Run after May 7th through race day
Please register before May 7th to guarantee t-shirt size. Paper registrationcontinues until 7:30am May 12th. Please visit www.lwchurch.us for aregistration form.
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