CRC Hell's Half Acre 50K & 25K...

Events:
  • Running : 25K Run :
  • Running : 50K Run :

Race Date: Saturday, July 8, 2017

Location: Trinity Park (Pavilion #3)

Address: 2950 Trinity Park Dr

City: Fort Worth

State/Terr: Texas

Zip: 76107

Country: USA

Race Website: https://hellshalfacre.athlete3...

Description:

1st Annual Cox Running Club Hell's Half Acre 50K & 25K

Saturday, July 8, 2017 (through Sunday, Juy 9, 2017)

Trinity Park Pavilion #3
2401 University Drive
Fort Worth TX 76107

NOTE: Parking info will be announced closer to event date.  Course is a 5K loop - 5 laps for 25K and 10 laps for the 50K.

STARTING TIMES

  • 50K (31 Miles) – 10:00 PM
  • 25K (15.5 Miles) – 10:00 PM

All participants will receive Custom 5 Inch Finishers Medals.

Races shirts are Technical Fabric and will be gender specific. (NOTE: Race shirt are only guaranteed for pre-registered participants.)

** This year's event is capped at 500 participants! **

Event details and schedule

WHAT, WHEN, WHERE

1st Annual Cox Running Club Hell's Half Acre 50K & 25K

Saturday, July 8, 2017 (through Sunday, Juy 9, 2017)

Trinity Park Pavilion #3
2401 University Drive
Fort Worth TX 76107

Click on the map to the right to get detailed mail or directions.  NOTE: Parking info will be announced closer to event date.  Course is a 5K loop - 5 laps for 25K and 10 laps for the 50K.

STARTING TIMES

  • 50K (31 Miles) – 10:00 PM
  • 25K (15.5 Miles) – 10:00 PM

RACE DAY PACKET PICKUP BEGINS AT 8:00 PM AT RACE SITE.


COST 


Due to permits, etc. this race is limited to 500 participants total!  Pricing is on a "tier" basis.  The earlier you get in, the less you pay!

25K

  • Tier 1 (first 100 runners): $70
  • Tier 2 (next 100 runners): $80
  • Tier 3 (next 100 runners): $90
  • Tier 4 (final 25 runners): $100

50K

  • Tier 1 (first 50 runners): $80
  • Tier 2 (next 50 runners): $90
  • Tier 3 (next 50 runners): $100
  • Tier 4 (final 25 runners): $110


All participants will receive Custom 5 Inch Finishers Medals.

Races shirts are Technical Fabric and will be gender-specific. (NOTE: Race shirt size & availability only guaranteed for pre-registered participants.)


PACKET PICKUP

Luke's Locker- 2600 W. 7th St., Fort Worth, TX 76102

Friday, July 7, 201712:00 PM-7:00 PM

Also on RACE DAY at the RACE SITE starting at 8:00 PM


AWARDS

25K

  • Top 5 Overall Males + Top 5 Age 40+ Males
  • Top 5 Overall Females + Top 5 Age 40+ Females

50K

  • Top 5 Overall Males + Top 5 Age 40+ Males
  • Top 5 Overall Females + Top 5 Age 40+ Females

RESULTS WILL BE CHIP-TIMED 


The Cox Running Club is organizing the 1st Annual Hell’s Half Acre 50K & 25K! 


Come join us on July 8th to see old friends and make new ones. Runners and race walkers from all over the community are welcome to come out and participate in the Cox Running Club events. Come on out and bring your family and friends to run, walk, and enjoy our entertainment. Come to run and stay for the fun!

History of a portion of Fort Worth also known as Hell’s Half Acre: (Wikipedia) In which is now home of the Fort Worth Convention Center, Fort Worth City Hall, Omni Fort Worth, Fort Worth Water Gardens, and Sheraton Hotel.

Texas is a place where legends are made, die, and are revived. Fort Worth, Texas, claims its own legend – Hell’s Half Acre, Hell's Half Acre was a rough and rowdy precinct of Fort Worth, Texas originating during the early to mid-1870s in the Old Wild West.

The half-acre block was originally designated from tenth street to fifteenth street while intersecting with Houston street, Main street, and Rusk street with Throckmorton and Calhoun streets established as boundaries. The Chisholm Trail and Texas and Pacific Railway were branded as the economic driving force leading to the progressive development of the rambunctious red-light district.

Hell's Half Acre consisted of boarding houses, brothels, gambling parlors, hotels, saloons, and a sparse assortment of mercantile businesses. The twenty-two thousand square foot ward caught the glimpse of such Old West personalities as Bat Masterson, Butch Cassidy, Doc Holliday, Etta Place, Luke Short, Sam Bass, Sundance Kid, and Wyatt Earp.

A 1906 newspaper headline calling the district Fort Worth's den of sin and refuge of criminals was representative of periodic efforts to clean up the district. These efforts proved unsuccessful until Army officials at Camp Bowie, established here during World War I, helped local officials shut the district down. By 1919, Fort Worth's "Third Ward" was disavowed as a den of iniquity due to the law enforcement efforts of Jim Courtright and the Protestant orations of John Franklyn Norris.

All participants will receive Custom 5 Inch Finishers Medals.

Races shirts are Technical Fabric and will be gender specific. (NOTE: Race shirt are only guaranteed for pre-registered participants.)

** This year's event is capped at 500 participants! **

Other Info:

• 2017 race registration is closed.

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