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A one-Tenth Marathon IX (ATM) / 1 Mile Run/Walk
Sat, Jan 2, 2016
Grand Prairie, TX
ATM - Individual Age group/open
1M - Individual Age group/open
About This Activity
A fun/competitive race in Mike Lewis Park, Grand Prairie, TX. A mostly flat/fast, out-and-back trail course, with a gentle uphill in Mile 2. Then it’s fast and flat as a pancake the rest of the way! Parking is available. Come have fun running, walking, strolling … Parking is available in the park. Donated school supplies are encouraged for Arlington’s Blanton and Crow Elementary Schools. The net race proceeds will benefit Free to Breathe, -- a partnership of lung cancer survivors, advocates, researchers, healthcare professionals, industry leaders ensuring that lung cancer survival is the EXPECTATION not the EXCEPTION. For more info, call 817-265-4578 or e-mail email@example.com
Event details and schedule
1M @ 9:00 AM; ATM @ 9:30 AM
NOTE: Packet ( a bib and 4 safety pins) pick-up will be at the race site on race morning from 8:00 AM – 8:50 AM.
Our racing mission continues to be to produce affordable, hedonistically fun & athletically competitive races, that are technically sound (correctly-measured courses with minimum turns and visible distance – mile or Km – markers), that also benefit some charity(-ies) with a populist & gender parity focus – for the average runner/walker (including the novices) and also for the seasoned, serious racer
The ninth edition of A one-Tenth Marathon (ATM) / 1 Mile Run/Walk will engage the trails at beautiful Mike Lewis Park in Grand Prairie, TX on January 2, 2016. Try something different! The One-Tenth (Marathon), with a marathon flavor or connection. Of course, the course will be measured correctly and the race will be timed conveniently and accurately. Of course, the age brackets will run the gamut from 6 & under to 85 & over. Of course, there will be intermediate mile markers so that you can track your progress, pun intended. Of course, the race will be fun & competitive. Of course, there will be a charity beneficiary (Free to Breathe).
Net proceeds from the race will benefit Free to Breathe, -- a partnership of lung cancer survivors, advocates, researchers, healthcare professionals, industry leaders ensuring that lung cancer survival is the EXPECTATION not the EXCEPTION.
More info -- including online registration -- is available on the Web at http://www.assistsystemsracing-plus.comThe race flyer/entry form can be downloaded from this Web page.
Jan 2 9:00 AM A one-Tenth Marathon IX (ATM) / 1 Mile Run/Walk [ATM = 2.622 miles]
Mike Lewis Park, 2410 N. Carrier Parkway, Grand Prairie, TX 75050
(A partnership of lung cancer survivors, advocates, researchers, healthcare professionals, industry leaders ensuring that lung cancer survival is the EXPECTATION not the EXCEPTION.)
Grand Prairie, TX 75050
Mail-in fees are $15 (ATM) / $5 (1 Mile) if mailed by 12/26/15 (Forms may be obtained by e-mail from firstname.lastname@example.org or www.assistsystemiding-plus.com on the Web). Walk-in fees (thru 12/31) are $15 (ATM) / $5 (1 Mile) at The RUNNER, 3535 W. Pioneer Pkwy, Arlington TX 76013 (817-461-2281). Race day fees - $20 (ATM) / $5 (1 Mile). Plus school supplies on race day. NO T-SHIRTS! But a small, scholarly memento. Race Day registration & race number pick-up: 8:00 AM – 8:50 AM on 1/2/16 at the race site.
This is a fun & competitive race in a renovated Mike Lewis Park in Grand Prairie, TX. The course is mostly flat & fast, but long incline in Mile 1. DIRECTIONS FROM DALLAS, FORT WORTH, etc. From I-30, exit on Hwy 161. N at the light; stay on R side of road. Continue to light at N. Carrier ; L and go N past Sunnyvale; R into park; Park is about 1.5 mls from I-30. From Hwy 360, exit on N Carrier Pkwy and go SE (or E); continue past Roy Orr, L into park; Park is about 1.7 mls from Hwy 360.
Net proceeds will be donated to free to Breathe -- a partnership of lung cancer survivors, advocates, researchers, healthcare professionals, industry leaders ensuring that lung cancer survival is the EXPECTATION not the EXCEPTION. Donated school supplies will given to AISD’s Blanton and Crow elementary Schools.. [www.freetobreathe.org]
Awards in the ATM will be given to 1st Overall male and female finishers, 1st Masters male and female finishers. Top 3 finishers in the following age/gender groups also will be awarded: 6 & Under, 7-8, 9-11, 12-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, 85 & Over.
All 1 Mile finishers will receive participation ribbons.
This will be the ninth edition of this race. Complete results from some of the previous years – and this year’s -- can be found on the Web at www.assistsystemsracuing-plus.com and www.runningintheusa.com and other sites.