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Babylon Village Classic 10K Dirty Sock Run 2016
Sun, Aug 14, 2016
About This Activity
The Dirty Sock Run is part of the USATF Long Island Track and Field Cross Country Series and is one of the few 10K races on the Island. Our run is more than just a race. Besides giving runners a chance to compete and have fun, the Run raises desperately needed funds for local food pantries and soup kitchens.
The race follows the Babylon Village trails from Park Avenue up past Southard’s Pond, snakes further north towards Belmont State Park, wraps around Belmont Lake and then weaves back through the picturesque wooded trails to the finish. The course is mostly flat and offers water stops along the way. Finishers are greeted to the roar of cheering fans and to hearing their names called as they cross the finishing mat by nationally recognized race announcer, Terry Bisogno. Runners are provided with a memorial tee shirt, a pair of fresh clean white socks, post-race refreshments and a raffle. This year's 11th Anniversary Run will also feature the convenience of day before race packet pick-up and a pre-race yoga stretch provided by Fitness Incentive.
Event details and schedule
Directions to Race:
Parking is on Locust Avenue: Take Route 109 East to Locust Avenue. Make a left on Locust Avenue. The Parking Lot is next to the ball field. Walk to registration and the race start by using the foot path to the Park Avenue school.
2016 Race Date:
Sunday August 14th, 2016 8:00am Rain or Shine
Day Before Race Packet Pick-Up:
Fitness Incentive Parking Lot - 157 Deer Park Avenue, Babylon 2pm-6pm
$25 until Thursday 8/4/2016 11:59 pm EST
$30 until Friday 8/12/2016 2:59 pm EST
$35 Race Day or Day Before Race Pick-Up (In Person Only)
Race-Day Yoga Stretch by Fitness Incentive: 7am on Race Day by start
Overall and Age Group Awards and Raffles: Following Race. Raffle winners must be present
Top 3 Male and Female Finishers
Joe Farina Award to first Babylon Town Resident
Age Group Awards for 10 & under, then 5 yr age groups 11-15 through 80+