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Forever Young Running Series' races and fun runs traverse the area's city streets, freeways, and nature trails, melding three racing styles into one event. From the starting line, the courses diverge and provide participants with different scenery. The 5K makes a loop on the nearby Skunk Creek Trail System, while the 10K incorporates a leg along the New River Trail System. The half marathon wends its way up 75th Avenue onto the asphalt of a blockaded, traffic-free stretch of Loop 101 and then back down the New River Trail System.
Along the way, runners get a dose of encouragement at morale-boosting entertainment zones, including Hot Rod Alley—hundreds of vintage cars blaring upbeat tunes—and the Superhero Journey, where costumed characters dole out high-fives. Once they've crossed the finish line, the post-race party welcomes participants to recharge with hot-rod and motorcycle shows, live music, and grub from food trucks. And an awards ceremony honors top finishers, unless they've used teleportation.
When participants at The Retro Run 5K take their marks, they're more likely to be taken for Cyndi Lauper than a marathon runner. That's because the 3-mile run eschews the put-ons of most modern races: there are no times collected, and those with the best '60s, '70s, or '80s costumes are the ones destined to win the big prize—in the post-race costume competition, anyway. Neon spandex, fanny packs, and fingerless gloves are a hot choice among racers, but even if you're just there in a T-shirt and shorts, the staff will hook you up with a free pair of sunglasses to help you look the part. After the race, runners, walkers, and even pets celebrate with an '80s-themed festival complete with top party music, a costume contest, and pyramid teams reenacting the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Not long after professional triathlete Lewis Elliot's mother passed away from breast cancer, his Scottsdale triathlon club partnered with Susan G. Komen Central and Northern Arizona to raise funds for research and awareness initiatives. Since then, their set of women-only races, known as Tri 4 the Cure, has raised over $200,000.
The events are held at the Phoenix Swim Club at 40th and Stanford in Paradise Valley. The 5k is flat and fun running out and back on the SRP canal with one water station available. The other events of the day include a triathlon and duathlon. The festive finish line for all events is in one place complete with finisher medals and food. Sponsors will be onsite with giveaways and awards are given to top 3 in each age division.
Mud Factor races are hardly races at all. You won't find any chip-timed competitiveness, or awards for those who finish first. Instead, when you line up with thousands of your fellow runners, you'll sprint toward a mud-filled playland where getting dirty beats winning any day. Each obstacle-filled 5K goes easy on the intimidation factor, with organizers designing courses with fun in mind. That ethos extends to race-day dress as well; participants are encouraged to run with friends and family members willing to don their most outlandish costumes or uniforms.
On Friday, September 26, the unmistakable sound of scampering sneakers will herald the arrival of this unique run taking place at Pioneer Park. Participants will follow a path around a lake that cuts through softball and soccer fields. Pioneer Park will be in collaboration with Fiesta Peoria for this event, and after the race participants are invited to enjoy a family-friendly, post-race fiesta with live music and vendors. While awards will be distributed, all runners receive a race t-shirt and one ticket to the Saturday night Fiesta Peoria Concert.