Wilmington Symphony Beethoven 15K & 5K presented by Josh London, State Farm Insurance

Event Date

Sun, Jan 28, 2018


Leland, NC

About This Activity

Online Registration closed at 5:00 pm  Friday, January 26, 2018. You can register Saturday at Omega Sports in Hanover Center from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm. You can also register Saturday at the wellness left in Brunswick Forest. Registration will be open race morning in the wellness left from 7:15 am - 8:30 am.

Race courses travel over paved running trails, small wooden bridges and through a nature area on a 1/3 mile long elevated boardwalk. The post race party takes place inside the Fitness Center at Brunswick Forest with good snacks, adult beverages, prize drawings and the famous Beethoven costume contest where skits are encouraged and winners are chosen by audience cheering.

The collectable 15K finisher medals are awesome! Visit the race website for all race features and pictures of last year's medal.

Inside bathroom and locker rooms are available pre and post race for athletes.

There is a team entry category in the Beethoven 15K with 1st and 2nd place teams receiving trophies going 4-deep for each team. Team members are also eligible for individual awards.

Jog strollers and racing chairs are welcome!


Omega Sports Saturday, January 27th 11:00 am - 1:00 pm. Again Saturday 3:00 - 4:00 pm at Brunswick Forest in the Fitness Center.

RACE DAY PACKETS: in the Fitness Center 7:30 - 8:40. Race start at 9:00 am


15K goes 3-deep in open, masters and age groups through 65+

5K goes 3-deep in M/F winner category, 2-deep in age groups through 70+

SHIRTS: Guaranteed if you sign up by January 22nd. We'll order extra but shirts are not guaranteed after the 22nd.

15K: Long sleeved tech shirts. They are unisex and run toward men's sizes. Very nice, durable cool weather shirts with the famous Mean Beethoven charicature on them.

5K: Heavy cotten long sleeved shirts. Also unisex sizes and good for cool weather running.

Tile Sponsors are Josh London, State Farm Insurance located in the Villages at Brunswick Forest and Apple Annie's Bake Shop of Wilmington.

All proceeds go to the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra

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