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Register today for the Virtual 2020 Run2Believe 5K Run/Walk

Join us for the 2020 Run2Believe 5K Run/Walk to remember the lives of Kylie Brooke Jobe (20) and Kyle Thornburg (22) who were high school sweethearts at Maize High School. Both loved athletics. Both were committed to continuing their education.

Due to the COVID19 pandemic the Walk, Run, and Roll is going virtual this year.

Our virtual race takes place on October 18th and is a 5K (3.1 miles) run or walk that you can do on your own outdoors or inside on a treadmill.

Registration Fee*:
Virtual 5K Adult $25
Virtual 5K Student $15 (18 and under)
 *An online processing fee will be added to the order at checkout.

Your registration fee includes a Run2Believe shirt.

How does it work?
There are 3 Easy Steps:

Step 1: Register
Register for 5K between August 24th – October 1.

Step 2: Run or Walk the distance you registered for any time between August 24-October 18th. You may run or walk outdoors or on a treadmill.

Step 3: Submit your Time

Use the free “IYR Virtual” mobile app (available for iOS and Android) which will track your run, notify you when you have completed your distance, and automatically upload your time into the race results.

You can also time your run on your own (with a watch, GPS or an app like MapMyRun or Strava) and then manually enter your time in the race results. Using the IYR Virtual app just makes the process EASY!

There are no competitive awards for this virtual run/walk.

Shirt pickup will be on October 5-6 @ Maize Rec Commision 10100 W Grady Ave, Maize, KS 67101
Any out of town particpants will get their shirts mailed to them.

Check out https://www.facebook.com/Run2believe5K/ for additional details.

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