Virtual Race on May 2, 2020
With the current situation the world has stumbled into, we need to come together in community now more than ever. What better way to do that than to run apart, together?
On May 2nd, simply run or walk your desired race distance, then upload your results to the leaderboard and see where you stand! Want to encourage others to join? You can register as a team to keep yourself and others motivated, on track, and accountable. Remember, being and staying active is the number one goal, not the results!
Who: Runners, walkers, joggers, hikers, or anyone looking to get out and move as a part of a community
What: Your choice of a 5k, 10k, 15k, or half marathon
When: May 2, 2020 - any time
Where: The course of your choice! Road, trail, treadmill, hallway, yard… pretty much anywhere works!
Why: To stay healthy and connected to others when we need it the most
How: 1. Click the register button here to sign up as an individual, create a team, or join a team
2. Purchase your shirt (details below)
3. Connect with others: Click GOING on the Facebook event, then invite your friends, family, neighbors, or running partners.
4. Start training!
5. Design and print your own bib to wear on race day!
6. On the day of your race, enter your final results here (open May 2-May 3)
Let’s join together on May 2nd and run for each other, ourselves, and most importantly, for a good cause. One Generation Away, a Franklin, TN based non-profit, is working to help those among us who need it most, especially during these trying times. With 50% of the profits from shirts going to One Generation Away, you can help in their mission of Wiping Hunger Off the Face of America!
Shirts are only available until April 19 and will arrive shortly after the race - so order yours today
We know this is a very serious time for the world right now. With so many people affected by COVID-19, we offer our thoughts and prayers to everyone. While we don’t take this world event lightly, we know that helping others to stay active and connected will help to make these times a little bit brighter.