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2016 Results

Date and Race Time: Sunday, September 10th at 8 a.m.

Location: Adams County Regional Park
9755 Henderson Road
Brighton, CO 80601

Fees: Earlybird Registration (before June 15): $20 per person
Regular Registration (June 16 - August 31): $25 per person
Late Registration (September 1 - September 9): $30 per person
Race Day Registration (September 10): $35 per person
New This Year!
Active 4-H members (through August 31): $10 (no T-shirt) or $15 (with T-Shirt)
Active Military and Law Enforcement: $20 (through August 31)

Packet Pick-Up: Packets will be available to pick up the day of the race (September 10) from 7:00 a.m. until 7:30 a.m.

T-shirts: Each pre-registered (before August 31st) 5K race participant will receive a commemorative T-shirt with their entry fee. T-shirts are not guaranteed for late or race-day registrants.

Course: This is a multi-surface course with parts of the race on concrete and parts on gravel or dirt surfaces. The course is certified as a Bolder Boulder qualifying course.

Timing: All participants will use electronic timing provided by Racing Underground, LLC.

Awards: Awards will be presented to the top male and female overall and the first and second place male and female in the following age divisions: 12 and under, 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50 and over.

Sponsorship: Any business interested in participating should contact Julia Hurdelbrink at 303-637-8108 or for sponsorhip information.

Proceeds: All proceeds from the Run 4 the H 5K will benefit the Adams County 4-H program.

Race Restrictions: Dogs, rollerblades, skates, skateboards, bikes and scooters are not permitted at this race.

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Adams County 4-H
9755 Henderson Rd
Brighton, CO 80601
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