fun adventure race modeled after the show THE AMAZING RACE. It's way
more fun than a 5K! On-line registration will close once 100 team
limit is reached, so sign up now!
in grades 1-12 can pair up with or race against parents,
grandparents, family members, friends or neighbors while completing a
one mile cross country course filled with fun challenges patterned
after the show THE AMAZING RACE. Whether you run, jog, walk or watch,
it'll be an experience you will never forget.
Adults can pair up and participate too! Testimonial:
an awesome day my son and I had. My son could not stop talking about
it and thanking me for taking him! It has made memories that will
last a life time.
Teams consist of two participants (adult/kid, kid/kid or
adult/adult). Kindergarten & Pre-K is allowed only if paired with
Active duty, reserves, retired - military, law enforcement and fire
department including spouses receive a 50% discount off team
are welcome to tag along for free and take photos for the scrapbook.
after the popular
television show "THE AMAZING RACE", this rain or shine
event pits teams of two against other teams in a series of up to
eight fun-filled challenges spread across a one-mile cross-country
course. Clue cards at each station instructs the teams to complete a
task (game, relay, obstacle course, etc.) before proceeding to the
next challenge station. Challenge
stations include varying degrees of difficulty, based on age of
well you work as a team is the most essential ingredient to winning
the race. The team that reaches the finish line with the fastest
overall time wins. Contestants should be prepared to get a little
dirty and wet - it's part of the fun! Teams
a recreation pace (those who prefer to walk or jog at a leisure pace)
or a competitive pace (those who prefer to run and are physically
active. The top 25 teams, from each city, qualify for the National
Championship Race and a chance to win $2,000!
The Great Amazing Race series supports the 30-MINUTES-A-DAY family
initiative, a national program that encourages parents to be a good
ROLE MODEL by participating in three daily home activities that have
the power to improve their students academic performance and
family quality of life: physical exercise, reading books and eating
us at [email protected] if you are interested in learning
about partnership and exhibitor booth opportunities.
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