COMPLETED: 12 / 01 / 13 — Run for the Wounded Warriors 5k & Half-Marathon Race #2

Sunday, December 1

Prince William, VA

In partnership with the Wounded Warrior Project.

Run for the Wounded Warriors! This “Run for the Wounded Warriors” 5k and Half is for a great cause through a scenic park.  What isn’t to love?  Run through the rolling hills of Prince William Forest Park while benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project.  Enjoy the paved roads of the park for the half-marathon or try the smooth gravel roads for the 5k through the woods.  No matter your running ability, remember, it’s benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project!!!

Half starts at 8am

5k starts at 9am

 

Run for the Wounded Warriors 5k

Run for the Wounded Warriors 5k & Half

Directions to Parking

Parking Lot is off of the main road into Prince William Forest Park.  It is a gravel road past the Pine Grove parking lot on the right before the visitor’s center.  There will be an orange “Parking” sign to direct people where to park on race morning.  The Start/Finish line is right near the Pine Grove parking lot.

Course maps can now be found at:

http://bishopsevents.com/prince-william-5k-course-map/

http://bishopsevents.com/prince-william-half-marathon-course-map/

Timing

The race will be timed by Race Packet!

Packet Pickup

Pre-race meetings will begin around 7:45 near the Start/Finish Line. Plan to arrive NO LATER than 7:30am FOR THE HALF-MARATHON. Plan to arrive around 8:30am for the 5K. Packet Pickup will be at Road Runner Sports on Saturday November 30, from 2-6pm. Road Runner Sports is located at 1120 West Broad Street, Falls Church, VA 22046. Athletes are expected to pick up their packet at Road Runner Sports. If you cannot make it, let Travis Bishop know at BishopsEvents@yahoo.com

Competitors

Ages 10 through 100 can compete in this event.

Awards

Awards categories determined closer to race day. Awards will be handed out after the race near the Start/Finish Line.

Refunds

*No Refunds after October 1, 2013

About The Author

Travis Bishop

Travis Bishop began organizing athletic events as a senior in college. After raising over $2,000 for charity in his first event, he decided to start his own part-time race management company in the fall of 2012. In 2013, Travis expanded his business from 6 events to 20 events and raised $10,000 for charities such as the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Organization for Autism Research, and Wounded Warrior Project. In 2014, Travis is excited to add the Make-A-Wish Foundation, American Cancer Society, and others to his list of charity benefactors. The 2014 charity donation goal is $25,000; hope to see you out there!

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