Saturday, June 11, 2011 -- Charleston, WV
Run with a Cop - Spring/Summer Series #3
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5K Run and 2M Walk starts at 8:00 am. Come enjoy the flat, fast course.
Help promote fitness, cardiovascular health, confidence, discipline, self-esteem, and fun. Groups and local businesses are encouraged to participate in the corporate competition!
All funds go to help support West Virginia Kanawha County Special Olympics and the WV Law Enforcement Torch Run Fund.
WVU Medical Building
31st Street & Virginia Avenue & 3200 MacCorkle Avenue
SE Charleston, WV 25304
Race begins behind the CAMC Memorial Hospital / WVU Medical Building, 31st street & Virginia Ave. and then turns at 47th street marked halfway point/water stop. Emergency personnel will be available on site.
About the Area
Charleston, West Virginia is the perfect way to enjoy a day, weekend getaway or extended adventure. Nestled in the lush, Appalachian Mountains, the capital city is the perfect setting to enjoy history, culture, entertainment and fun. Plus, don't forget all the great shopping, restaurants, hotels and the 9,300-acre, Kanawha State Forest.
Photos, recap, and results will be posted here on iplayoutside.com
|Start Date:||2011-06-11 Start Time: 8:00am|
|Event Name:||Run with a Cop - Spring/Summer Series #3|
Charleston, WV 25304|
(5K Run, 2M Walk) CAMC/WVU Medical Center
|Event Distance(s):||5K 2mi|
Charleston Parks & Rec.|
|Comments:||* PHOTOS provided by iPlayOutside! *|
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The Charleston Parks & Recreation Department strives to promote the constructive use of leisure time and thereby the social stability of the community and the physical and mental health of individuals by providing facilities, public areas, open spaces and programs which will enhance the quality of life for the citizens of the greater Charleston area.
Charleston is a family-friendly city full of great things to see and do for people of all ages. The best part is that in addition to great variety, everything is close by. In fact, you could fill a day with shopping dining and recreation without ever having to get back in your car. And those places that do require a car trip are quick and easy to get to.
This club is an unintentionally nonprofit organization dedicated to training and practice for road racing from 5K to Marathon and beyond. New members are welcome and the only membership qualification is a willingness to sweat, suffer, and persevere. For three decades, the Tallman Track Club has met for practice and training at 5pm at The University of Charleston-heat, cold, rain, sleet or snow notwithstanding.