2021 Race FOR A SOLDIER Half-Marathon, 10 Miler & 5K
Sunday September 19, 2021
Tom Taylor Family YMCA
Race For A Soldier 2021 Results
1st: Laura Mizumoto / F / Age 35-39 / 1:30:24.0
2nd: Caleb Holmes / M / Age 40-44 / 1:37:45.0
3rd: Stuart Craggs / M / Age 50-54 / 1:38:27.0
4th: James Zitting / M / Age 20-24 / 1:39:58.4
5th: Abel Hernandez / M / Age 40-44 / 1:40:25.7
1st: Nick Crowell / M / Age 30-34 / 0:59:51.3
2nd: Kohle Andrews / M / Age 15-19 / 1:05:26.9
3rd: Steve Maxwell / M / Age 50-54 / 1:15:21.8
4th: Megan Grimm / F / Age 35-39 / 1:18:19.8
5th: Jesse Adkins / M / Age 40-44 / 1:18:50.7
1st: Matthew George / M / Age 30-34 / 0:15:26.1
2nd: Daniel Black / M / Age 30-34 / 0:16:07.9
3rd: Billie Webb / M / Age 35-39 / 0:20:17.7
4th: Aiden Hammer / F / Age 1-14 / 0:20:43.9
5th: Matt Cozby / M / Age 35-39 / 0:21:01.5
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Sunday September 19, 2021
Thank you for your interest in volunteering for the Race for A Soldier. The success of the event relies heavily on our community members and their willingness to give of their time and talent. There are many ways you can help on race day. Whether you host a water station, cheer on the runners or join the clean up crew, we can’t do it without you.
We are very grateful for our volunteers!
Courses for 2021
• 6:30 am packet pick up starts (Tom Taylor YMCA)
• 7:30 am opening ceremonies
• 7:45 am 10 miler and half start
• 8:00 am 5k start
• 11:30 am event clean up
• 5k run walk
• 10 mile run
• 13.1 mile run (time limit 3hrs)
• A Virtual Race is a distance event that you run and time on your own. Typically, you’ll choose your distance, your route and your race date.
• Virtual Race participants receive finisher medals and shirt but do not receive official times, certified courses or day-of race support.
The use of headsets highly discouraged, but not outright prohibited at our events. Per USATF Insured event , we follow their guidelines on headset use. USATF does not encourage headphone use during its races but does not disallow them as long as they are used safely. For this reason, if you choose to use a headset on the course, you may be asked by a course official to remove them for safety reasons. You are required to comply or face disqualification and removal from the course.
Yes. Participants of the these events are welcome to use walking sticks; however, please be courteous and mindful of participants around you.
For this event, dogs are not allowed anywhere on the course. This is for safety and USATF insurance agreements.
Under USATF rules, strollers and dogs are not allowed on the course.
No. No wheels are allowed on the course except for registered wheelchairs and official course vehicles.
A USATF sanction is an official designation issued by USATF, through the New England USATF Association, which approves and licenses the holding of a competitive track & field, long distance running or race walking event in the United States. Under USATF rules, strollers and dogs are not allowed on the course.
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