The Blue Circle Run 5k/10k
Saturday, November 2nd, 2019
The Marriott at UD
WHY WE WALK/RUN:
We walk and run to raise awareness for ALL types of diabetes.
The Blue Circle Run benefits Diabetes Dayton, a local non-profit whose programs benefit those affected by all types of diabetes in the Greater Dayton area. Programs include free education classes, diabetes supply assistance for the uninsured, wellness series, and camp for children living with diabetes. All proceeds stay right here in Dayton!
Event Schedule (subject to change):
Pre-race (The Marriott at UD)
Friday, November 1st
5:00-7:00 pm Pick up and registration
Race day (at the The Marriot at UD):
8:00 am: Check-in/Registration
8:30 am: Pre-Race Warm-up
9:00 am: 10K Run Starts
9:15 am: 5k Run/Walk Starts
Early registration on or before August 31st
5K walk/run $25 | 10k run $30
Registration September 1st - November 1st at 8am
5k walk/run $30 | 10k run $35
Race Day, November 2nd
5k walk/run $35 | 10k run $40
Registration includes soft vintage t-shirt if registered by 10/26
Registration and races start/end at Marriott at the University of Dayton 1414 South Patterson Boulevard, Dayton, Ohio 45409
Chip timed by Key Sports. Route starts at the Marriott on S. Patterson.. Route TBD
Top Male & Female overall for 5k and 10k. Awards for "Top Fundraising Team" and "Top Fundraising Individual"
TOP FUNDRAISING TEAM PRIZE: Thanks to our generous sponsor, Thompson Hine LLP, we are excited to offer the Blue Circle Run Highest Fundraising Team a Suite to enjoy a 2020 Dayton Dragons Professional Baseball Team Game!!! Suite includes tickets for 20 and 4 parking passes. Prize will go to the Blue Circle Run team that has to highest online donations on Friday, November 1st at 11:59 pm.
Teams of 5 or more receive $5 off per registrant! Use code team to receive the discount!
Blue circle accessories/attire strongly encouraged!!
After you register, create your own fundraiser page and share with family and friends.
Click HERE to register today!
The Blue Circle is the universal symbol for diabetes, established by the UN in 2006.