_The 2022 Wheel Run for Meals:
Wheel Run for Meals is a 10K run and 5K run/walk, presented by ABC SUPPLY, KERRY and REGAL, that benefits Beloit Meals On Wheels. Whether you are an elite athlete, run for fun, or just looking for a challenging walk, this race is all three. Our scenic course begins at historic Horace White Park, picks up the Steve Gregg Memorial Path on the Rock River, past Beloit College and around the lagoon at Riverside Park and back. The 10K continues north past the lagoon, over the Ken Hendricks Memorial Bridge, then behind Beloit Memorial High School. It is a very flat and fast course. Race is limited to 250 participants.
Courses are USATF Certified and Chip timed.
Awards to be given:
· 5K and 10K - 1st, 2nd, 3rd place male and female finishers by age group
· Top male and female overall finishers in 5K and 10K - $ 100.00
BY MAY 20TH: Children (under 18) $10, Adults $15.00
ON RACE DAY: Children (under 18) $10, Adults $20.00
(ALL REGISTRATIONS ON-LINE, NO IN PERSON REGISTRATION)
REFUNDS: In case of cancellation due to inclement weather, we are unable to refund your registration fee. Please know that your money is going to a good cause. 100% of all proceeds benefit Beloit Meals On Wheels, Inc. March for Meals Campaign.
Optional Race Shirts
Race t-shirts available for an additional $12. T-shirt orders must be placed by Friday, May 6th.
Location: Horace White Park in Beloit, WI.
· Early pickup May 20th, 3:00 - 7:00 pm at the Beloit Meals On Wheels office,
· Event day, May 21st, 7:30 - 8:30 am at the Beloit Meals On Wheels office
Race Day Schedule:
· Registration 7:30 - 8:30 am
· Announcements 8:45 am
· 10K run and 5K run/walk waves start 9:00 am
There is ample free parking available within 3 blocks of the start/finish line.
Race results will be posted at www.beloitmealsonwheels.org and www.J3Timing.com
PLEASE NOTE: No rollerblades, skateboards, strollers or pets are allowed on the race course.
-) 2022 race registration is open • Registration Information
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