Due to protocols from both state and local officials as well as our commitment to the safety of our staff and participants, SafeNet will be holding our Annual Boo Run virtually this year on Saturday, October 31 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The Virtual 5K Fun Run. Run, walk ,or jog in costume or not. Choose your own 5K route in your neighborhood or on a trail. Link up with your friends and family to run or find a running partner on the registration site. Cash Prizes and Gift Cards will be given for participants in several costume categories – Adult; Youth; Duo; Group; COVID Theme and best Overall.
Online Registration available here.
- This the is the 50th Annual event! And we have some special before, during and after events planned. Come join us in what is usually the peak of fall in the Adirondacks. This year’s event is a fund raiser for youth drug and alcohol prevention programs in the region.
Race starts at the Olympic Skating Oval on Main Street in the middle of Lake Placid, the routes head North, through the center of Lake Placid’s business district. The course proceeds along Mirror Lake and then onto Route 73 passing the North Elba Horse Show Grounds and the Olympic Ski Jumping complex. Runners then turn left onto a flat, out and back road along the AuSable river. Excellent scenery and changing leaves at the peak of the fall season. Runners will return up the only significant uphill to the finish at the North Elba Horse Show Ground. A traditional runner’s event, with low entry fees. Come run it again, or enjoy it for the first time.
1 mile, 5K, 10K, Half Marathon, Marathon set in the peaceful, rolling hills of Amish County in Randolph, NY.
This course is certified by USATF.
Did we mention that this course is hilly?? Train for the hills. The course is on paved roads the entire way. The course is not closed to traffic. No cut off times!
Enjoy this course as it rolls thru the largest Old Order Amish Community in the US. You will have breathtaking views from vistas that you won’t get anywhere else. You will see working Amish farms, clothes lines full of crisp, clean laundry, the colors of autumn and be greeted by waving Amish families as you run past their homes. Finisher Medals, gender specific race t-shirts, fire pit, tons of great food, fun and more makes this a great event for all ages and families too.
Food will be provided by the East Randolph United Methodist Church. FREE to all participants and volunteers. Donations from spectators. Pancake breakfast and then a spaghetti & meatball lunch.
Beer will be provided by our sponsor; Southern Tier Brewing Company
Please note that if for any reason you need to change your distance as we get closer to race day that is not a problem. Wilson Endurance Sports does not offer refunds on our events but will always allow deferral with advance notice.
Stampede is a team-oriented run where the objective is to complete the course successfully. The run is open to anyone age 16 and older (or students age 13-15 who participate on a team with a parent or youth leader) – anyone who is up for the challenge of running (or rambling) over the 5K course and through the 18 obstacles. Form a team of 4-6 people and unite your team with a western theme or simply with the passion to accomplish the adventure run together. So rustle up some fellow cowboys and cowgirls – and come run with the herd!
This FUNdraiser event is held each year to raise funds for this non-profit group that makes small wooden toys that are given to children in need around the world. Distributed through mission groups, emergency services and crisis centers; these toys have been bringing smiles to kids since 2007. Donations are always appreciated and volunteers sought to assist in this simple, thoughful and loving way to bring joy when it is most needed.
This event will start and finish at Weeden Park with an out and back course down Weeden Road.
FUNdraiser rates are as follows:
$10 for Kids age 17 & Under
$20 Adult Pre-Registration
$30 Adult Race Day
T-shirt deadline June 27th. Get in now to guarantee your race shirt. Everyone gets a Finisher Medal!
Event followed by a great meal with new and old friends. All beverages, hot dogs, plates, etc are provided. Bring a dish to pass to add the fun if you feel like it, but not required to join in the fun. All participants and spectators are welcome to join in.
Can’t make the event – please consider making a donation on our registration page or sending your contribution to Dick Hall – Chief Toymaker, 418 Grubb Hill Road, Kennedy, NY 14747. Other donations of wood, paint and paint brushes, wheels, sandpaper, etc as well as your time are always appreciated. If you know of an organization or a benefit that could use some toys please contact us.
On May 25th, come and celebrate freedom with a special Memorial day race! Great giveaways with an unforgettable opening ceremony where we will recognize and honor a veteran for his military service. 3 exciting races to choose from; 5k, 15k and 3-man 15k Team Relay all beginning at 7:30.
Find out more at www.erie15k.com.
A no frills event for those of us that just love to run.
Join us on February 8th as part of the Winter Festival in Cassadaga, NY. The lower lake is a perfect 5K loop. We will start and end at the Fire Hall; you do as many loops of the lake as you’d like.
NO frills, means NO FRILLS. No t-shirts, no medals, just fitness and fun with other crazy athletes like yourself.
Coffee and hot cocoa provided. $5.00 entry fee will all go to the Cassadaga Fire Police in appreciation for all they do for us all year long.
Walk or run 1 loop up to 10 loops. There will be times kept and posted for those that complete the entire 50K.
First run in 1984, the Nittany Valley Half Marathon has since blossomed into one of the region’s most popular road races, drawing several hundred runners each year. 36 years running. Be part of the tradition.
The 13.1 mile course begins & ends on the Penn State campus, touring through rolling countryside, along scenic Spring Creek and through quaint Houserville.
Race Registration starts at $35.
This is a walker-friendly race.
Don’t miss the 5th Annual Penn State Behrend Athletics Twilight Run on Wedesday, October 30, 2019 at 6:15 p.m.
Take on the off-road course at dusk featuring spooky surprises along the route by Behrend Student-Athletes. Get a glimpse at Behrend after dark on this unique run…up, down, and all around the Behrend campus.
The 5K and 1 Mile courses both start and finish near the Erie Hall Parking Lot. Once your registration is complete, you will receive a confirmation email with the course maps.
We hope you will join us in the Halloween spirit and dress up for the run! Costumes are encouraged!
Four-legged friends are welcome to join the fun, but must be leashed and cleaned up after. We are accepting a small donation for doggie treats and clean-up bags at the run registration/check-in.
Children can also take part in the FREE Candy Fun Run prior to the race at 5:45 PM. The fun run will be 400 yards around the Behrend Baseball Field (next to the Erie Hall Parking Lot) and conclude prior to the start of the 5K Run/Walk.
FAMILY DISCOUNT: Families registering two or more participants will receive a discount. Initial registration is full price. Additional family members will receive $5 off. Registrations must be submitted together to receive discount.
REGISTER BEFORE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22nd TO GUARANTEE YOUR T-SHIRT IS AVAILABLE FOR PICK-UP AT THE RUN!
For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 814-898-6240.
All proceeds will benefit Penn State Behrend Athletics.
We are hosting our first official 5k on October 26, 2019. It is Halloween themed and all proceeds go towards Behrend Benefiting THON, which is a group dedicated to raising money for pediatric cancer through the Four Diamonds Foundation.