Mission M-Possible 5K Run & Walk
Huntington, WV - Ritter Park
May 31, 2014 - 8:00 AM
See the gains from all your winter and spring training or use this as a way to get your summer racing underway. Whatever gets you out on a beautiful May morning, know you are doing it for a good cause! The Marshall University School of Medicine is once again teaming with Global Medical Brigades to send a group of physicians, nurses and medical students to Honduras in July, and we need your help! 100% of the proceeds from the race will go toward funding the trip and medications for patients in Honduras. The race will begin at the center of Ritter Park, continue on North Blvd to the arch (7th St W), then come back along North Blvd and finish in the center of the park. The course and all miles will be well-marked. Water station available at approx. half-way mark.
$15 before race day $20 on race day Please note: Our t-shirt order has already been placed. As such, we cannot guarantee registrants shirts at this time. Shirts can be purchased on race day for an additional $5 while supplies last, so get there early!
Male and female in following divisions* 14 & under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-59, 60, 69, & 70+ *Age groups are subject to change based on registration numbers.
Awards will include gift cards and prizes from local businesses and restaurants such as River and Rail Bakery, Let's Eat!, Marshall University Theater and the Marshall Artist Series Top 3 overall female and male finishers will be given prizes. Top place finisher in each age group will be given prizes. Note: No repeats will be awarded (i.e. the fastest overall male finisher will be awarded the top overall male prize but not the prize for his age group).
Registration and packet pickup will begin at 6:30 AM race day morning and be held at the 12th Street picnic shelter in Ritter Park. Shirts will be available for purchase on race day for $5 while supplies last. The good folks from Health South will be providing free pre- and post-race stretching, KT Tape and massage to race participants!
Adam Van Horn