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Start Date
09/29/2018
 
Location
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County
Do-do Dash 5K Fun Run
Join us for the Dodo Dash 5k Fun Run @ Sugarhouse Park Saturday, September 29th, 2018

All proceeds benefit Parley's Trail!

Race start 9 am | kids race 8:30 am

Kids 8 and under = FREE registration

Youth 9-14 = $10 registration

Team/ Group (4 or more) = $22 registration
Start Date
09/29/2018
 
Location
Nibley, Cache County
 
Contact Person
Chad Wright
Scarecrow Fun Run 2018
Join the fun at the Nibley City Scarecrow Fun Run. Bring the whole family, since there is something for everyone at this event including free runs: 100 yrd Dash (4 and Under), 1/4 mile (8 and under), 1/2 mile (12 and under), Extra Mile [2 miles] Walk/Run (for anyone), and even a stroller category for the Extra Mile and 10K.

The affordable 10K main event is a unique experience that may include an encounter with a scarecrow that may jump out and chase you. This will improve your finish time of course with a healthy boost of adrenaline. Creative categories with fun prizes will be posted @ www.facebook.com/nibley. 10K runners receive a Tech T-shirt, runner cards signature finish line results, and fabulous prizes for top finishers.
Start Date
09/29/2018
 
Location
Kaysville, Davis County
 
Contact Person
Milo Williams
Rise Institute for Literacy
Join us for a 5K, kids mile, and silent auction to help raise awareness and improve literacy for all! The race will start at the RISE Tutoring Center, run through nearby Barnes Park and end back at the RISE building where we will hold a silent auction. All are welcome to participate in the silent auction, so make sure to invite your friends, family, and neighbors. Race registration begins at 7:30am. We look forward to seeing you on September 29th!

Race Details:

- 5K race participants will receive a race day t-shirt. The day of registration fee is $30 with no guarantee of a t-shirt.

- Kids 12 and under may participate in the kids mile. Race t-shirts are not included with the kids mile registration.
Start Date
09/29/2018
 
Location
Garland, Box Elder County
 
Contact Person
Erin Reed
Cannonblob Triathlon
Sprint and Mini Triathlon held at the private resort, Bear Hollow Lakes. Dive from the sandy beach to a 750m swim in a man-made waterski lake. Edges are shallow enough to touch as you get tired. Blow dry in style as you pedal through 20km of wide open country roads dotted with local business sponsored rest stops.Return to the lakes for a victory lap surrounded by fans as you loop the lakes & come running down into the finish line.

100% of proceeds will be donated to CAPSA and Boys & Girls Club of Northern Utah, both family focused charities. Race options available for ages 3+ to create an atmosphere of families fighting for families.
Start Date
09/29/2018
 
Location
Vineyard, Utah County
Vineyard Women's Half Marathon & 5K
RUN WITH HEART!
The inaugural Vineyard Women’s Half Marathon and 5K (3.1 miles) will launch on Saturday, September 29, 2018 in the Utah Valley area. This women’s only half marathon and 5K event will showcase a $1,000.00 prize purse for the top female finishers in the half marathon.

This beautiful course will wind its way through the scenic Utah Valley area, starting and finishing with a post-race party in Vineyard, Utah.

#UtahWomensHalf #RunWithHeart #WomenRunUtah
Start Date
09/29/2018
 
Location
Kaysville, Davis County
RISE Race for Literacy
Join us for a 5K, kids mile, and silent auction to help raise awareness and improve literacy for all! The race will start at the RISE Tutoring Center (address listed), run through nearby Barnes Park and end back at the RISE building where we will hold a silent auction. All are welcome to participate in the silent auction, so make sure to invite your friends, family, and neighbors. Race registration begins at 7:30am. We look forward to seeing you on September 29th!

Race Details:

- 5K race participants will receive a race day t-shirt. The day of registration fee is $30 with no guarantee of a t-shirt.

- Kids 12 and under may participate in the kids mile. Race t-shirts are not included with the kids mile registration.
Start Date
09/29/2018
 
Location
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County
Memory Grove 5K
The Memory Grove 5k will start at 10:30 A.M. in Memory Grove Park in Salt Lake City. This race will be tracked using the RunCoin app, which can be downloaded from the apple app store. You will receive a link to download the app before the race day, and can download and start using it to track your runs in the meantime.

Note that the app will not be available for Android at the time of the race, but you may run without tracking if you choose.

How to Prepare
After purchasing your ticket, you will receive an email with instructions to download the app before race day.

Armed with the RunCoin app, show up at Memory grove by 10:15 a.m. to give yourself some extra time. You may park anywhere on the East side of the Capitol on East Capitol Blvd, or in the neighborhoods to the North if there isn’t enough space.

P.S. don’t be afraid to dress your best (costumes, suits, body painting, etc.) to make a strong impression for the cause!
Start Date
09/29/2018
 
Location
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County
 
Contact Person
Cotopaxi Customer Service
Questi5K
Questi5K puts an all-new twist on the classic 5K, the timed course is a mix of road and trail with three checkpoint-based challenges ranging from service-oriented to adventurous to just plain fun. You’ll get to do good in the community, make some new friends, and challenge yourself both physically and mentally. And you could even win some sweet Cotopaxi gear and other great prizes. All participants will receive a tri-blend race shirt and a finisher medal.
Start Date
10/04/2018
 
Location
Kanab, Kane County
Grand Circle Trailfest
Run in the morning
Each morning, you'll run a gorgeous timed race on one of the world's most uniquely beautiful trail courses.

You'll earn a finisher award for each daily race and overall winners will receive an additional placement award!

Explore all afternoon
After the race, spend the day exploring the parks, hiking local trails, and discovering other nearby beaches, restaurants, and sights.

Absorb nature!

Relax all evening
After a day on the trails, sit back, and enjoy deserved rest, delicious food, expert presenters and motivational speakers, live bands, bonfires, a trail running film festival, yoga clinics, gear demonstrations, and more!
Start Date
10/06/2018
 
Location
St. George, Washington County
St. George Marathon
Welcome to the St. George Marathon

Rated by Runner's World as one of the four "Marathons to Build a Vacation Around" in the World. Included in Runner`s World 10 Most Scenic and Fastest Marathons and Top 20 Marathons in the USA. It begins in the majestic Pine Valley mountains and descends nearly 2600 feet through scenic southwest Utah, to the beautiful Worthen Park. The St. George Marathon is a point-to-point race which is USA Track & Field Certified & Sanctioned. Runner`s World listed the St. George Marathon as the fastest fall marathon. A fun race indeed--and scenic.

April 1, 2017
St. George Marathon Registration Opens

June 30, 2017
Registration closes if the 7800 runner cap has not been met
Start Date
10/06/2018
 
Location
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County
 
Contact Person
Rachelle Montoya
Transplant Buddy Race & Roll 5K fun run/walk/roll
The Transplant Buddy Foundation proudly presents

Race and Roll 5K FUN Run/RolleBlade/Scooter/Walk Liberty Park October 6th for all ages. Join our efforts in raising funds and awareness for transplant patients and support those who have selflessly given a gift of life to others.



Our mission is to improve the longevity of transplanted organs, by providing transplant patients with resources to afford post-transplant medications and by raising awareness of the financial aspects of solid organ transplant.

All proceeds go to the Transplant Buddy Foundation a non-profit organization.
Start Date
10/08/2018
 
Location
Ivins, Washington County
Huntsman Senior Games 10K
Monday, Oct. 8: All athletes must check-in at the race venue between 7:00 AM and 7:30 AM.
7:30 am – Transportation from Ivins City Park (50 West Center St, Ivins) to Race Start (Snow Canyon State Park)
8:30 am – Race Start

SPORT SOCIAL: (ID Badge or Ticket Required)
Date: Monday, Oct. 8
Time: Following Race (approximately 9:30 am)
Location: Ivins City Park, 50 West Center Street, Ivins

FORMAT/RULES:
• Participants must present their Huntsman World Senior Games ID Badge at the venue check-in desk - Ivins City Park (50 W Center Street, Ivins) between 7:15 am and 7:45 am the morning of the race.
• Runners will be bussed up West Canyon to the starting point in beautiful Snow Canyon State Park.
• Last bus will leave Ivins City Park for the race start promptly at 8:00 am.
• The beginning portion of the race will be on a well-maintained dirt road. The race will finish on a paved road at Ivins City Park.
• Chip timing will be used.
Addition Race Information
Registration for the Athlete for the games is (each sport has its own registration fee too):

Early-Bird Athlete Registration Fee - $79 (postmarked by August 1)
Regular Athlete Registration Fee - $99 (postmarked between August 2 and September 1)
Start Date
10/12/2018
 
Location
Moab, Grand County
Moab 240 Endurance Run
The Moab 240 Endurance Run is a 238+ mile footrace through some of Utah's most stunning and challenging terrain. Traverse canyons, two mountain ranges, stunning red rock mesas, surrounded by Canyonlands and Arches National Parks.
Start Date
10/13/2018
 
Location
Ogden, Weber County
George E. Waheln Veterans Home Tribute Run
The 5K/10K race and 1 mile walk will start at the George E. Wahlen Veterans Home, 1102 N. 1200 W., Ogden, and end at First United Methodist Church, 1339 W. 400 N., Marriott-Slaterville. Entry fee includes t-shirt for pre-registered racers, post-race refreshments, age division awards and raffle prizes. Fast and flat, point to point 5K/10K course. All proceeds benefit the activity fund at the George E. Wahlen Veterans Home.

George E. Wahlen Veterans Tribute Run and Chili Cook-off

An annual fundraiser to support the Resident Activity Fund of the George E. Wahlen Ogden Veterans Home
Start Date
10/13/2018
 
Location
Draper, Salt Lake County
Corner Canyon Ultra Trail Run
Our race is a labor of love, one of charity.

Each year all race proceeds are donated to an individual or family in need of our help and support.
Since our first race in 2012 we have raised over $37,000 dollars, we want to thanks all our sponsors, runners and volunteers who have generously come together to support our race.

It started as a vision years ago when we began talking about putting on a race in Corner Canyon where we spend a lot of time training on the trails in this beautiful area. We wanted to bring exposure to the trails in Draper, create a race that would allow us to help others by donating our proceeds and design a course that would be challenging yet accommodate runners of all skill levels.

We have designed 2 courses a 25K and 50K, both offer a challenge however the 50K will prove to push you and throw some steep climbs at you when you least expect it.

A few years ago a new 5K trail distance was added and has been well received and continues to grow each year.

hope you will sign up and join us for a great run for a great cause.

Sincerely,

Johnny Runner and Troy Robertson

Just Run
Start Date
10/13/2018
 
Location
Dugway, Tooele County
Dugway Trail and Ultra Run
5th Annual Dugway Trail & Ultra Run gives runners a unique opportunity to participate in a 5K, 10K, 1/2 Marathon, 30K, and 50K ultra run, and 10K Military Team Challenge on the grounds of Dugway Proving Ground, Army Installation. The desert trail offers an abundance of elevation changes with rocky, soft sand, and desert ground terrain with a gain of (10K 1475 ft., 1/2 Marathon 2945 ft., 30K 3968 ft., and 50k 6002 ft). The course is primarily single track trail with some connecting dirt roads. Part of the trail follows wild mustang trails and views of golden eagles nests along the route.
Start Date
10/13/2018
 
Location
Provo, Utah County
 
Contact Person
Doug Padilla
BYU Homecoming Cougar Run
Come join us for a great activity. We start the event at 8:45 a.m. with the Kid's races on BYU's world-class track! Follow that with the 5K Run along the Homecoming Parade Route in front of all of the parade route spectators. Cap it off with our traditional blue pancakes at the track after the race! You don't want to miss it!

Kid's Races
We have 4 races each for boys and girls. Children ages 1-4 compete in a 200 meter run, ages 5-6 compete in a 400 meter run, ages 7-9 compete in a 800 meter run, and ages 10-12 compete in a one mile run. Members of the BYU Track team will encourage and escort the kids in the races.

5K Run
At 9:45 a.m. is the 5K Run. The course starts just north of the BYU Track on University Parkway going east and follows the Homecoming Parade Route as it loops campus and finishes on the track in front of the main stands. Prepare to be greeted by the smell of pancakes as our traditional blue pancakes are prepared and served by BYU track and field team members and alumni. A great time is always had by all!

Click on the logo above to go to www.byucougarrun.com for more detailed information, including the full time-schedule and a course map.

Because the 5K course follows the parade route, baby strollers are not allowed. Sorry.

Early Registration is available until September 18th
Kid's Races - $5
5K - $15

Main Registration is open until October 6th.

Main Registration
Kid's Races - $10
5K - $20

Late Registration race morning:
Kid's Races - $20
5K - $30

On-line registration will be open until Friday, October 12th at 8:00 pm MDT. Register early! Full complement of shirts and sizes only guaranteed through September 23rd. After that time, you will need to select from the sizes that are still available.

Once you are registered, just arrive at the track 30 min. early to pickup your bib number. See you at the race!
Start Date
10/13/2018
 
Location
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County
Strutt Your Mutt SLC
This year’s Strut Your Mutt is just around the corner! Please join Best Friends Animal Society, and our partner rescue groups, shelters and animal welfare organizations in the area as we strut to save the lives of homeless cats and dogs in Salt Lake City.

You can raise funds as an individual or join a team. This year’s event is at Liberty Park. On October 13, you’re invited to join fellow animal lovers to participate in a leisurely walk (dog not required). This family friendly festival also includes food trucks, vendors and lots of fun activities.??

More than 2,000 animal lovers participated in last year’s Strut, raising more than $200,000 for lifesaving programs, such as spay and neuter services, adoption events and more. Please register today and join the fun.
Start Date
10/13/2018
 
Location
Cedar City, Iron County
Zombie Run 4 Your Life
A 5k run teeming with Zombies infected with the living dead virus.

A post-apocalyptic time where Zombies inhabit the Earth and Humans must work together to save the Human Race. You may sign up as a Human or a Zombie. The Humans run the race with a flag football belt. These three flags represent your vital organs: Brains, Heart and Entrails. The Zombies are stationed along the race course trying to eat your vital organs (capture your flags). If you finish the race with one or more of your flags, you survive. If the Zombies capture all of your flags, you are infected with the living dead virus and die (or at least don't win the race).

The Choice : You may sign up as a Human, Zombie, Innocent Bystanders (Spectators) or Good Samaritans (Volunteers)

Human: If you choose to be a Human, your mission is to save the Human Race. You must get to the Green Zone with your brains, heart and entrails (flag football belts). If you arrive in the Green Zone with at least one of these vital organs, you will have survived and played a vital role in saving the human race. If the Zombies successfully take all of these body parts (flags), you will be infected with the living dead virus. Be quick as you are racing against time itself. The future of the human race is in your hands.

Zombie: If you choose to be a Zombie, your mission is to infect the humans with the living dead virus by eating the brain, heart and entrails (capturing their flags). You may be a creeper (slow moving) or a leaper (fast moving).

Innocent Bystander: If you choose to be an innocent bystander, your mission is to cheer on the humans, take lots of photos and have a good time at the Human Salvation Party.

Good Samaritan: If you choose to be a good samaritan (volunteer), your mission is to help the humans save the Human Race. You may be needed prior, during or after the race. You may request a position. We will attempt to honor all requests but do not guarantee positions. There is no fee and you do not get compensated. You will receive admission to the Green Zone and the Human Salvation party and other cool stuff. You will receive a document of community service where your hours go to our race charity.
Start Date
10/13/2018
 
Location
St. George, Washington County
Huntsman World Senior Games Triathlon
Saturday, Oct. 13, 7:45 am – 1:00 pm

7:45 am – 8:15 am - Saturday, Oct. 13 - Summit Athletic Club, 1532 East 1450 South, St. George. Attendance is mandatory!

REGISTRATION RULES:
• Participation will be limited to 200 total (individuals + teams)
• Participants must indicate their estimated swim time for 450 meters on their registration form. There is a qualifying swim time of 20 minutes
• Participants wishing to compete in the Team event must organize their own teams prior to registering. Check PartnerFinder on our website for individuals looking for teams
• Teams may be all male, all female or mixed

FORMAT/RULES:
• Event will be run according to USAT competitive rules
• Swim–450 Meters; Bike–20K (12.4 miles); Run–5K (3.1 miles)
• All participants must provide their own bike, helmet, running and swimming gear
• Outdoor pool
• The maximum allowable swim time is 20 minutes. Participants not finished after 20 minutes will be disqualified and must exit the pool without completing the race
• Hardshell helmets are mandatory on the cycling leg
• No drafting. Cyclists must remain two bike lengths behind, unless passing
• Earphones will not be permitted
• All transition areas and the finish line will be at Summit Athletic Club,1532 East 1450 South, St. George
• Race will begin promptly at 8:30 am
• Once race begins, the course is closed to warm-ups and only competitors are allowed on the course
• Participants must present their Huntsman World Senior Games ID Badge at the venue check-in desk between 7:00 am and 7:45 am the morning of the event
Addition Race Information
Registration for the Athlete for the Games is(each sport has its own registration as well):
Early-Bird Athlete Registration Fee - $79 (postmarked by August 1)
Regular Athlete Registration Fee - $99 (postmarked between August 2 and September 1)

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