Finisher Medals to Top 3 M/F Overall & in Age Groups: 14 & Under, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
Place winners will receive their medals in the mail.
A portion of the proceeds from this event support the Fisher House Foundation. The foundation builds comfort homes where military & veteran families can stay free of charge, while a loved one is in the hospital.
12.5 laps on a track = 5K
Find a Certified USATF Course
Some events display course maps at elitefeats.com
Many parks have measured 'fitness' trails open to the public
Download free app Strava & hit 'Record'
1. Cover ground whenever & wherever you'd like!
2. Starting on the event date go to elitefeats.com/Results - click on this event.
3. Search for your name - click UPDATE.
4. Enter your time.
5. OPTIONAL upload up to 5 photos!
EARLY REGISTRANTS (before start day) can start posting times ON start day!
LATE REGISTRANTS (after start day) allow up to 24 hours to post times.
BIB MAILING begins Monday prior to start day. If you register after this, please allow 3-5 business days to receive.
You don't need the bib to participate, it's a keepsake!
*LAST DAY TO REGISTER & POST TIMES IS 7/31*
ABOUT LANCE CORPORAL JORDAN HAERTER
Jordan Haerter grew up in the small village of Sag Harbor, NY., and graduated from Pierson High School in 2006. He went to Parris Island for the 12-week boot camp as a recruit in September 2006 and became a proud United States Marine on Dec 1st, 2006. He was assigned in the fleet with 1stBattalion, 9thMarines and deployed to Ramadi, Iraq in March of 2008.
Jordan was killed in action on 22 April 2008, just 19 years old. He was Sag Harbor’s first battlefield loss since World War ll.
LCpl Jordan C. Haerter, alongside Cpl Jonathan T. Yale, were guarding the checkpoint and Nasser Joint Security Station. They stopped an explosive-laden suicide tank truck from entering the compound with precision firing, the explosion taking their lives, but saving the lives of 33 Marines, Iraqi Policemen, and countless Iraqi civilians. The 2 Marines posthumously earned the Navy Cross for Extraordinary Heroism, our Nations's second-highest award for valor in combat. The bridge that Jordan’s Run crosses was renamed in his honor “ Lance Cpl. Jordan Haerter Veterans’ Memorial Bridge”
To learn more about Jordan, visit our website, www.injordanshonor.com