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Double Road Race 15K Challenge San Juan Bautista
5K, 5 Mile
Sat, Sep 20, 2014
San Juan Bautista, CA
About This Activity
Double Road Race (10k+5k) - Ujena Double 5k - Bob Anderson's Kids Cup Double 1.5 Mile
Now everone can run the Double! The Double Road Race is a 10K followed by a 5K with a break in-between, the Ujena Double 5K is a 3K followed by a 2K with a break in-between, and the Kids Cup Double 1.5 Mile is a 1 Mile followed by 1/2 Mile with a break in-between. A Double for everyone!
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The Double Road Race is one race with two legs. You first run the 10k leg and then one hour and 45 minutes later the 5k leg starts. Times from the two legs are combined for scoring. If you are not ready to DO THE DOUBLE, then join us for the Ujena Double 5k run/walk. Bring the kids (13 and under) for the Bob Anderson's Kids Cup Double 1.5 Mile.
The San Juan Bautista Double will start on the historic main street and finish in front of the Mission San Juan Bautista.
The Recovery Zone will be situated in the large grassy area in front of the historic mission where Spanish soldiers and Native Americans had camped in the 1800s.
The garlic and artichoke mecca of the country, this area provides a grand tour into California’s earliest historical beginnings, which means there is so much to experience in and around this Double, which surely ranks as one of the most unique runs in the country
"The Double Road Race® is the only running event with a halftime (photo left). Run 10K first, rest and relax for about an hour, then run 5K," says Bob Anderson, who created the new sport Double Road Racing, and founded Runner's World magazine.
"We have really cool shirts (above), double-sided finishing medals for all Double finishers (right), large medals (above right) to the top five in each age group, and $4,000 of cash prizes," says local race director Daniel Lowell. "Plus special prizes for the Ujena 5k and Kids Cup Mile races."
"If you are not ready to 'Do The Double,' you can run or walk the Ujena 5k Run/Walk and brings the kids for the Bob Anderson's Kids Cup Mile. All kids get a medal, and this all benefits youth running," says Race Director Daniel Lowell.
Bob Anderson's Kids Cup Mile - (for kids 13 and under) everyone gets a t-shirt, tote bag and all finishers a medal. Trophy for first boy and first girl. Special medal for winner of each age 4-13.
Event details and schedule
Double Road Race San Juan Bautista
When: Saturday September 20, 2014
Where: San Juan Bautista, California (45 south of San Jose, CA)
San Juan Bautista Double Road Race (10K + 5K), Entry Fee: $50 Ujena Double 5k Run/Walk, Entry Fee: $30 Bob Anderson's Kids' Cup Double 1.5 Mile (13 and under), Entry Fee: $15 Double road Race Team Competition (top 3 runners score) Entry Fee: FREE San Juan Bautista Double Schedule
Friday September 19, 2014 3:00pm - 7:00pm Packet Pick Up and Registration
Saturday September 20, 2014 7am to 7:45am -Packet Pick Up 7am to 8:15am -Same Day Registration 8:45am -Start of 10k Leg (Double 15k) 8:45am -Start of 3k Leg (Double 5k) 10:05am -Start of 2k Leg (Double 5k) 10:30am - Start of 5k Leg (Double 15k) 11:15am - Start of 1 Mile Leg (Kid's Cup) 11:30am - Age Group Award Pick-Up 11:45am - Start of 1/2 Mile Leg (Kid's Cup) 12:30pm - Overall & Victory Cup Awards 12:30pm to 2pm - Food, Music, & Fun!!
The Double entry fee includes:
Official race technical t-shirt, special tote bag, full-color race program, entry into the Recovery Zone, special two sided medal for all finishers, special two-sided medals to the top five runners in each age group, and the opportunity to win some of the prize money ($4,000) for overall and age-group winners.
Ujena Double 5k Run/Walk entry fee includes: Cotton t-shirt, cinch sack bag and a finishers medal.
Bob Anderson's Kids' Cup Double entry fee includes: Cotton t-shirt, cinch sack bag and a finishers medal.
Run For The Kids Charity Donations - 100% will be donated to non-profit youth running programs locally and nationally to benefit youth running.