Come be a part of the exciting arrogressive™ 5K Trail Run/Walk 2017! Our 5K will have a combination of terrains that will accommodate all levels of runners and walkers...so get ready! The arrogressive™5K will benefit Educational Next Level Funding and the Rockdale Emergency Relief.
REGISTRATION & T-SHIRTS • $25 Registration received before March 31 • $30 Registration received April 1 through September 19 • $35 Received September 20 through Race Day* *To be guaranteed a T-Shirt, registration and funds must be received before September 20.
7:00 AM - Packet Pick-Up Begins
7:45 AM - Pre-Race Program
8:05 AM - Pre-race Warm-Up
8:30 AM - Race Start
TEAMS: Create a team and compete for the “most participants” Team Recognition Award. Teams must pre-register with team name at the time of registration with a minimum of 12 members per team. All team members pay an individual fee.
AWARDS: Awards will be given to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd, 4th, and 5th place overall winners.
From the beginning, it has been groomed for greatness. Since opening its gates in September of 1995, the GIHP has already served as the equestrian venue for the largest sporting event in the world: The 1996 Centennial Olympic Games. The park was the setting for all equestrian events, as well as the final two events of the modern pentathlon.
Directions: The Georgia International Horse Park is located just 28 miles from the city of Atlanta.
Take Exit 82 off Interstate 20 in Conyers. Travel North approximately 4 miles. Turn right onto Centennial Olympic Parkway. The main entrance to the Park is 2 miles ahead on the right.
An alternative route to the Park is via Salem Road (Exit 84) off Interstate 20. Take Exit 84 and travel North approximately 1 mile. At Gees Mill Road, turn right and the Georgia International Horse Park Gate A is 2.5 miles on the right. To continue to the main gate (Gate C), continue past Gate A and turn right at the stop sign onto Centennial Olympic Parkway. The main entrance will be on your right.
Parking is located at The Steeplechase where the race will start along with packet pick-up.