Dog Days 5K Run/Walk--August 3, 2024

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See you August 3 for the 2024 Dog Days 5K!

Awards

Overall Female winner:    $200

Overall Male winner:       $200

Master (age 40+) Female winner:  $150

Master (age 40+) Male winner:       $150

Grandmaster (age 50+) Female winner:  $100

Grandmaster (age 50+) Male winner:      $100

Senior (60+) Female winner:    $50

Senior Male winner:                 $50

*EACH RUNNER ELIGIBLE FOR ONE CASH PRIZE ONLY

RACE SPECIFICS

Race Specifics
Distance: 5K (3.1 miles). Run, walk or crawl it!

Date & Location:  

August 3, 2024. Race starts @ 730am. Number pickup begins at 645am

McCleskey-East Cobb YMCA
1055 East Piedmont Road
Marietta, GA 30062

CONTACTS

Gary Jenkins pacesetr@bellsouth.net or 404.313.7710

REGISTRATION & ENTRY FEES

$30.00 Pre-registration
$35.00 “Phantom” Runner

Race shirts will be available for pickup at Big Peach Running (Marietta) on days to be announced.

OR REGISTER IN PERSON AT BIG PEACH RUNNING CO.

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