11th Annual AMAZING RACE SERIES for Pediatric Cancer
America’s Most Popular Amazing Race Series for Adults & Kids!
Visit Official Website: www.GreatAmazingRace.com
It's all about fun, wellness and testing your teamwork skills against other similar age teams. This race caters to adults & kids teams of all fitness levels. Since 2011, racers have been pairing up with family members, friends and co-workers to support the fight against pediatric cancer..
Modeled after the popular TV show, 2 person teams complete a 1.5 mile cross country course with athletic and problem-solving challenge stations set up every 300 yards. Teams must complete each task, before advancing to the next station. How well you work together with your teammate (aka, teamwork) is the #1 most important skills to winning the race. The first teams to arrive at the end are declared the winners.
Be prepared to get a little dirty and wet. This race is way more fun than a 5k race!
(Grades K-3 / Grades 4-8 / Grades 9 - Age 39 / Ages 40 & older)
7. Donate 2 pairs of used sneakers for pediatric cancer & receive 2 minutes off your final time.
8. Sign up to volunteer and race for FREE!
9. Spectators are welcome to tag along & cheer on the contestants for FREE!
10. The race will be held rain or shine. However, for the safety of the participants - if there is lightning in the area, the race will either have a delayed start or, depending on the intensity of the weather, be rescheduled. The determination will be made by the Event Management staffThis is a long form text area designed for your content that you can fill up with as many words as your heart desires. You can write articles, long mission statements, company policies, executive profiles, company awards/distinctions, office locations, shareholder reports, whitepapers, media mentions and other pieces of content that don’t fit into a shorter, more succinct space.
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