September 29th, 2019 – 5th Annual Run, Walk & Roll

NEW ROUTE!!! Come join us for our new 5k and Stroll route! Start out at Challenger Miracle Field in Ridge Park, Webster for registration and see our newly built handicap accessible concession stand, pavilion, and restrooms.

 

 

 

Sign up categories:

5k runner/walker or 5k runner/walker pushing wheelchair - $25

5k wheelchair athlete (pushing themselves) -$25

Miracle Field Stroll - $17

DAY OF SIGN UP IS - $30 for 5k and $22 for Stroll

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First 200 people to sign up will receive a free Run, Walk & Roll t-shirt!

Prizes for 1st Place Male, 1st Place Female, and 1st Place Wheelchair. Medals will be handed out for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in each age division after the race.

Registration will be at the Challenger Miracle Field Concession Stand from 8am-9:25am on the day of the race.
5k starts at 9:30am
Stroll starts at 9:35am

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

 

5k Route: start at the corner of Van Ingen Drive and Hard Road. Go north on Hard Road then take a right onto the Route 104 Trail. Enjoy the run through the scenic North Ponds loop and travel the same way back to Miracle Field to enjoy some refreshments.

The Miracle Field Stroll with take place on the field and on the sidewalk by the soon to be built Karpus Family Play with Possibilities Playground! Come see and enjoy the field that so many children of different abilities are excited about. We’ll also have music for you to dance along with as you walk around.

Proceeds from this event will help build complete the Karpus Family Play with Possibilities Playground at the Challenger Miracle Field of Greater Rochester Complex. These inclusive spaces will provide people with developmental, physical, or intellectual disabilities a barrier-free, safe, accessible place to experience the health benefits and joy of play through baseball, other team sports, and adaptive recreational equipment. All kids will be able to participate in elevated and ground-level play with ramps, transfer points, and sensory–rich play opportunities throughout so that the play space is friendly to all children and parents as well as other caregivers, such as grandparents and service animals.