Luke Wiegers is a 9 month baby who was diagonsed 3 months ago with leukemia (AML), Type 7. A rare and aggressive form of leukemia. He is undergoing a Bone marrow Transplant on June 23. This 5K is a fundaraiser for Luke and his family to help defry the medical costs.
Saturday, August 8 at 9AM
Whtinsville Christian School
279 Linwood Avenue
Q: What is the race cancelation policy?
A:To ensure the safest event for the participants and all involved, we reserve the right to cancel, delay, or modify the format of the event at anytime. Believe us, it would have to be a very, very SERIOUS and DANGEROUS situation for the event to be canceled. But in the unfortunate situation this is required, there is a no-refund policy in place, as the majority of the costs have already been incurred to host the event and when associated, we do not want to take away any contributions to our charities. We expect you to be disappointed if the event is canceled, as we will be, but we also hope you understand why a no-refund policy is in place.
Q: Are there any refunds or transfers?
A: Sorry, all registrations are final; there are no refunds or transfers to other participants.
Q: Are strollers, joggers, pets, etc allowed on the course?
A:Due to insurance purposes and the safety of all participants, we cannot allow strollers, joggers, pets, etc on any of the courses at all.
Q: How many participants will be allowed to register?
A: The race capacity is 300 people.
Q: Is the event chip-timed? A: No, but it's not maual either. We use semi-automated timing using Webscorer, managed by MRA Multisport. Results are captured real time and available instantly for awards and posted online immedialtly following the event.
Q: How many water stations are on the run course?
A: There will be one (1) aid station on the course.