Bethpage State Park
ALL 5K PARTICIPANTS GET A HAND-CARVED FINISHER MEDAL & T-SHIRT!ALL 1/2M FUN RUN PARTICIPANTS GET A FINISHER RIBBON
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Price Increases to $35 on 11/6 and to $40 on Race Day
Price Increases to $35 on 11/6 and to $40 on 11/27
TIMED event - No Shirt - No MedalIncludes Finisher Ribbon
Proceeds benefit the Never Stop Running Foundation; a 501 (c) 3 non-profit that supports athletic and charitable events as they raise awareness and foster community involvement. Never Stop Running Foundation also supports and develops elite athletes at the local, national and international level.
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Bethpage State ParkPlainview Road & Manchester Drive, Bethpage, NY 11963
Race instructions regarding the event start will be sent out by the evening before the event.No formal bag check. elitefeats cannot take responsibility for any personal belongings.Bathrooms. Public bathrooms located within a few minutes walk from start & finish.
Proceeds benefit the Never Stop Running Foundation; a 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports athletic and charitable events as they raise awareness and foster community involvement. Never Stop Running Foundation also supports and develops elite athletes at the local, national and international level.
Start out on the grassy open polo field and enter the winding, scenic soft trails of Bethpage State Park. Few small hills, mostly flat, and mostly FUN trails! If you're a newbie to trails this is beginner-friendly and as a veteran, you'll love the true cross country feel of 2018's NCAA DII NCAA East Region Championships!
Massapequa Lands / Bethpage State Park, Old Bethpage*
Virtual:Your bib will be mailed directly to you.
In-Person:Please see the event staff starting one hour before the event start time.
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*Proud partners with Rising Hearts and the Running on Native Lands Initiative. As we continue to host, and work with non-profits, on endurance events to raise awareness for community projects we will, in conjunction, take this opportunity to recognize and support Indigenous Peoples and communities by staying committed to acknowledging the lands we have access and privilege to run on. To help build more inclusive spaces and communities or to learn more: Running on Native Lands Toolkit.
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