We are running for clean water!
March 25th, 2017 · Jenks, OK · 5K · 15K · Fun Run
35% of people in Uganda do not have access to clean water and 50% do not have access to improved sanitation. Proceeds from Run to the Well support Kibo Group’s Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene project.
Race Results: Results will be posted at www.Chronotrack.com
5K: Chip timed on a USATF certified course.
15K: Chip timed on a USATF certified course.
1 Mile Fun Run: Unofficial fun for everyone.
Jerrycan Challenge: Get a team and work together to carry a jerrycan 5 kilometers.
Get a team and register for the Jerrycan Challenge! Your team will be given a jerrycan of water before the race that weighs around 40 pounds. The team that gets their can through the course first wins! You can't use anything to help you out (like a pole or wheels). Just your hands, arms, head, and muscles.
To register choose the Jerrycan Challenge race on the registration page. Then create a team or join an existing one. Each runner registers separately at the normal 5K price. Teams will run the 5K course along with the normal 5K race at 8:30.
T-Shirt: Tell the world you support clean water!
We want Run to the Well to be open to everybody, so this year we lowered the price and made shirts cost a little bit extra. Registrations DO NOT come with a shirt, but you can order one when you register. The shirt is a cooling performance crew that is moisture wicking, UPF 30, and cost $15
Don't want to run? You can volunteer here!
Date: Saturday, March 25th, 2017
Start Location: River Walk Crossing - 300 Riverwalk Terrace, Jenks, OK 74037
Start Time: Fun Run: 8:00. 5K, 15K, Jerrycan challenge: 8:30
Packet pickup location: Tulsa Runner (9708 Riverside PKWY Tulsa, OK 74137)
Packet pickup dates: March 23rd and 24th. Race day pickup is available. Please be early!
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