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Orrville Rotary Firecracker 5k
Sat, Jul 4, 2015
Running-5K - Individual Age group/open
Pump-N-Run - Individual Age group/open
About This Activity
Event details and schedule
Place: This 16th annual race begins and ends at the Orrville Christian Church 925 N. Elm St, Orrville, OH. Parking is available. No lockers or showers are available. Times: 7:30 a.m.: Race-day registration (July 4, 2015) 8:30 a.m.: 5K, 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk, Pump-N- Run Distance: 5K over paved roads. Course clearly marked with traffic control and protection. Times at finish. The Orrville Rotary Club will conduct the race.
Awards: Trophy given to top overall male and female runners. Runners finishing in the top three in each age group will receive awards. Age groups: Men and women, 14 & under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60 & over. FREE refreshments for walkers and runners following the race.
Pump & Run: Weigh-in is 7:15-8:15am Run starts promptly at 8:30am
Men's Lifting Division Men 39 and under: contestants will bench press 100% of their weight. Men 40-49: bench press 90% of their weight Men 50-59: bench press 80% of their weight Men 60-69: bench press 70% of their weight Men 70+: bench press 60% of their weight
Women's Lifting Division Women 39 and under: contestants will bench press 70% of their weight Women 40-49: bench press 60% of their weight Women 50-59: bench press 50% of their weight Women 60-69: bench press 40% of their weight Women 70+: bench press 40% of their weight
Pump Details An athlete will reduce their run time by 30 seconds for each successful lift (maximum 30 reps) which will allow a runner to reduce their run time by 15 minutes based on 30 reps (max). Minimum age of 18. A runner's time will be based on how many times he/she can bench press their weight. No bench press warm-up will be provided. Body weight will be rounded to nearest 5 pound increment (weigh in with shoes, shorts and shirt required).
Lift starts with the bar in the extended position. Feet must remain in contact with the floor during the lift (no hooking bench support with feet/legs). Bar must touch the chest and be fully extended on each press; stopping terminates the lift. No bouncing bar off chest. Body (shoulder and rear) must stay in contact with bench during lifts. If necessary, plates may be placed under lifter's feet. No belts, wraps or lifting suits.