This ever-popular event will start and finish at South Lakes High School Stadium.
Hanover, MA (PRWEB) September 03, 2015
There is still time to register for the 8th Annual Susco 8K Run & 2K Fun Run/Walk in Memory of Timothy P. Susco being held on Saturday, September 19, 2015 at South Lakes High School in Reston, Virginia.
This ever-popular event will start and finish at South Lakes High School Stadium. The 8K Race will begin at 8:30am while the 2K Walk/Fun Run will kick off at 8:35am.
The event committee, this year, has partnered with Potomac River Running for online registration, which is now open and will continue to be until 8:00pm on Thursday, September 17th. All credit card registration payments must be made online.
You may pick up your race packet early by visiting the Conference Room C of West Wing Lobby at Reston Hospital Center, near the gift shop between the hours of 2pm and 7pm. Please note that only cash or check will be accepted for late registration.
Same-day registration is available. Pre-registered runners can pickup their race packets, t-shirt and race number at South Lakes High School on Saturday morning prior to the race start. Please note that we can only accept cash or check at onsite registration.
The fees to register vary depending on the race. All registrants receive a discounted registration rate when registering early, with details explained below:
Through September 8th: $30
From September 9th to September 18th: $35
Saturday September 19th: $40
Through September 18th: $20
Saturday September 19th: $25
This year the 8K will utilize the Chronotrack B tag timing system. The timing chip will be located on the back of your race bib. This eliminates the hassle of having to return chips at the finish line.
All runners in both races will receive a race shirt. However, only pre-registered racers are guaranteed this year's race shirt.
Please note that an awards ceremony will be held shortly after the last runner of the 8K finishes. There will also be an assortment of door prizes randomly drawn during the race.
For more information, please visit the event website by clicking here or visit susco8k.com
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