_ The 2018 PrayFit 5K & 1-Mile Walk-N-Roll:
The PrayFit 5K & 1-Mile Walk-N-Roll will be hosted by Calvary Community Church in Westlake Village. 100% of the proceeds of The PrayFit 5K will go to benefit kids and families affected by disability.
The registration comes with finisher medals, t-shirts and age group awards for the 5K. The 5K is chipped timed. The 1-Mile Walk-N-Roll and Kids Dash are not timed.
(Not local? GO VIRTUAL! We need you. All those registered - LOCAL AND ACROSS THE COUNTRY - receive medals and t-shirts.)
Event details and schedule
The PrayFit 5k & 1 Mile Walk-N-Roll is a premiere event with all participants receiving a finisher's medal and race t-shirts. All proceeds will benefit kids affected by disability. The event welcomes runners, joggers, walkers, and wheelchair athletes. The 5K is on a certified USATF course with official chipped timing. The 1-mile and kid's race is set up for a fun-run without official results.
Please arrive early to avoid traffic and to give yourself time to park and pick-up your packet. For your convenience, early packet pick-up is at Calvary Community Church Friday April, 13th 2018 from 4pm to 7pm.
Timeline for Athletes:
6:00 am- Registration Opens
7:15 am- Kids Dash Start
7:30 am- 5K Start
9:00 am- 1-Mile Start
9:35 am- 5K Awards
*schedule subject to change
(Stay late to cheer on other athletes and enjoy post-race activities.)
*You must register by April 1st to be guaranteed both your race shirt and medal on the day of the event. Otherwise, you will be able to pick them up at a later date or sent via mail if out of town.
100% of the proceeds will benefit kids affected by disability from the Conejo Valley at Calvary Community Church.
Packet pick-up will be on Friday, April 13th, 2018 from 4pm-7pm at Calvary Community Church, West Lake Village 5495 Via Rocas, Westlake Village, Ca.
Note: You will be able to pick up your race packet and bib on the morning of the event starting at 6am at Calvary, however, please consider registering early at Friday’s pre-race packet pick-up opportunity.
No, you must show ID and sign your own waiver.
How does the VIRTUAL race work?
The virtual participants are as close to the action as possible. By signing up, you get assigned a bib number and you're automatically sent your medal and t-shirt to arrive the day of the race. It's not mandatory, but if you would post a pic of you and your medal following your run or walk, we would be so grateful. Use hashtag #PrayFit5K.
Please arrive at least 1 hour before your event to give yourself time to park, get settled and make your way to the start.
Only the 5K is timed with official results.
Your Timing Device for this event is a disposable ChronoTrack B-Tag which is affixed to the back of your bib number. In order to receive an accurate time, please make sure your bib is clearly visible on the front of the torso, unaltered and unmodified, pinned in all four corners and not covered by jackets, runner belts, water bottles, etc. Please do not fold or wrinkle. Spectrum Sports will be timing this event.
In the 1-mile fun run? Yes.
In the sanctioned 5K? No.
Yes, there will be a protected area to leave your belongings.
We will have portable restrooms on-site for participants.
The race will go on rain or shine. However, if there is severe weather or dangerous conditions that threatens participants, guests, or volunteers, we reserve the right to cancel the race without refunds to ensure your safety.
Due to the size and nature of the event, pets (with the exception of service animals) are not allowed.
Yes. Post-race festivities are from 8:30am to 10:30am on the main lawn, so please bring your entire family and enjoy.
The race results will be automatically emailed to your registered email as soon as they are available.
The use of personal music devices is strongly discouraged at this race.
-) 2018 race registration is open • Registration Information
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