Add races, fun runs, comments, running blogs and running clubs and information

All runners and race directors can add races, comments, blogs and running clubs for free
To add your content Log in or create a user account on the menu at the top right. After logging in you may choose add races (or comments, blogs and running clubs) on the user menu at the top and just fill in the lines you want. Content is reviewed by a human editor and so may not appear to the public right away.

The US Race Calendar is the national running club race calendar that runners and race directors add their races to. Runners can find races to run and add races. Running clubs can use this site for their own website. Logged in runners add, update and delete their own content. Runners can comment on races, upload race entry forms, results and add race pictures. Races are sorted in several lists with the most recently updated ones first.Put your race or running club on the race calendar (free) There are two ways to see only your content. Visit My races/All races and then My recent content or you can look at your user account page by clicking on your user name at the top of the page and then the track tab on your account page. If you add a comment to any race it will be added to your recent content. This a great way to watch your favorite races.

How to add a race or running club

To add content you must first create a user account. To create a user account provide your email address and Choose a user name Your email will be confirmed with an email containing your password. You may change your email address or password if you are logged in. If you forget your password it will be mailed to your email address. Use the Request new password link. If you forget both leave a note on the contact form and new one will be sent to you.

After you have successfully completed the above and logged in the menu option to add a race calendar will appear on the top menu

Comments

Please visit www.alsawareness5k.com
This is a great event for all ages and all types of runners and walkers. For the competitive runner, it is a chip timed race with prizes. For the casual runner or walker, it's all about joining the cause and having a good time. If you don't want to run or walk the full 5k, there is a shortcut you can take. The more participants, the more money we raise to help find a cure for ALS.

All walkers and runners will get a T-shirt, post race fruit and water, a free drink ticket you can use at the Stag-R-Inn, and a post-race meal which includes pulled pork or sloppy joe, chips, cookies and ice tea or lemonade. Spectators and non-participants may also enjoy the meal with a free will donation. Following the race, you can continue to hang out at the Stag-R and enjoy drinks, food, bags tournament, DJ, and more!

The course is all asphalt. The race starts at the Stag-R, winds its way out into the countryside, comes back through town, and finishes back on main street in front of the Stag-R-Inn. Awards will be given to the top male and female runners in several categories for each. Even if you can't walk or run in the race, you can still participate or donate. Contact us for more information!