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3rd Annual Leprechaun's 5k, 10k, Challenge, and Kid's Fun Run Presented by 1Focus
1 Mile, 10K, 15K, Other
Sat, Mar 14, 2020
The Leprechaun's Challenge
Children's 100 Meter Fun Run
About This Activity
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day weekend on Saturday, March 14th, 2020!!
Bring the entire family and celebrate St. Patrick's day with runs and games for the kids! Register to run either a 5k (you can also walk this!), 10k, Challenge (5k+10k) or sign your kids up for a 100 meter dash at Al Lopez Park in Tampa, FL.
The kids run will be conducted on the grass near shelter 315. Ages 2-10 only, please!
The entire family can enjoy this event that includes family live music, a kids run, and children games.
What do I get?
Everyone will receive a custom T-Shirt, bib with timing chip, and grab bag.
Finishers will earn a custom themed medal and a certified time. This event is chip-timed!
Virtual runners will have their shirt and medal mailed to them directly after the race. Please allow 2-3 business days for your package to arrive!
***Every child registered to run in the kid's fun run will receive a custom medal***
Strollers and wheelchairs are allowed on this course, but participants MUST stay to the right of the path to allow for passers.
Headphones are authorized, but we ask that you keep to a volume that allows you to hear race and park officials.
Children older than 6, can run the 5k. Children under 10 cannot run the 10k or the Challenge strictly for safety reasons.
What's NOT Allowed on the course?
Pets (except certified service animals).
Double-wide (or wider) strollers. At some points on the course, the path isn't wide enough for three adults.
Skateboards, bicycles, tricycles, skates, etc...
Bandits. If you're not wearing a bib at the finish line, you won't get a medal!
This event is timed. Every bib will have a chip fixed on back. DO NOT remove the chip! Try to avoid running belts covering the bib or having phone/metallic items covering chip/bib to avoid mis-read. The best way to avoid a mis-read is to wear the bib front and left!